Senior CBK and international institutions representatives discuss the effects of the developing financial scope, opportunities and risks for financial sector development in developing economies - the Western Balkans perspective.
The following panel members of the 2nd session: Deputy Director of the Monetary and Capital Markets Department (MCM) at the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Nikola Fabris Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Montenegro, Gent Sejko, Governor of the Bank of Albania, Anita Angelovska Bezhoska, Governor of the National Bank of the Republic of North Macedonia, Sokol Havolli, Deputy Governor for Financial Supervision at the Central Bank of the Republic of Kosovo, and Jasmin Mahmuzić, Director of the Banking Agency of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina discussed on how the future of traditional banking sectors may be and the importance of the non-bank financing in recent years.
Panel members discussed about the importance of technological developments and whether the sector is making financial stability more complex.
Other points of discussion were also opportunities and risks for the development of the financial sector in general and in market economies in particular, with particular emphasis on the Western Balkans perspective.
At the end of the session, the panel members answered the questions addressed by the audience.