Banking and stability
The banking and financial stability research intensive meeting was introduced onto the FIRN program in 2015. Due to its popularity, particularly with policy makers and industry, it now forms part of FIRN’s annual program of intensive research meetings. These meetings are designed to extend the body of knowledge within a specific research area via the presentation of cutting edge research from international guests and the building of stronger research networks across academia and industry. The meeting format is generally held over 1 or 2 days and has a strong emphasis on building upon quality research particularly policy influencing research. Program includes a keynote presentation by an internationally renowned researcher plus several paper presentations and discussions by FIRN members selected via a call for papers. These meetings are not open to PhD students.