Today we have a panel discussion going on at NZAE 2013 on the Open Bank Resolution policy.
I am on the panel as the third speaker – the goal is that I’ll summarise the arguments of the previous two speakers: Ian Woolford (RBNZ) will be speaking about why the OBR is a good move, while David Tripe (Massey University) will be listing his concerns.
The slides of my presentation can be found here. I wasn’t sure what the other speakers would cover, so I have 14 slides for a 15 minute presentation – during the actual presentation I will skip sections that aren’t necessary. As they say, better safe than sorry.
I do not have the knowledge of the other two speakers, and look forward to learning a bit from them. The purpose of my presentation is to “get us towards questions” by outlining a general view of how to view the OBR policy, and by asking a few questions. If you are not at NZAE, feel free to thrown some questions in the comments and I’ll tell you if I learnt the answer at the conference
My notes Notes for OBR presentation