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Episode 13 - Conversation with Bank Negara Malaysia Deputy Governor Jessica Chew - Cyber Risks

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Episode 13 - Conversation with Bank Negara Malaysia Deputy Governor Jessica Chew - Cyber Risks
In this  2nd episode in our series on Cybersecurity, Dr. Ole Rummel and Mr. Mark McKenzie spoke with Puan Jessica Chew, Deputy Governor of Bank Negara Malaysia responsible for financial stability which covers the regulation and supervision of banks, insurance companies, payment systems and money services.  The main subject of this conversation is cyber risks and financial stability. It was recorded as part of our lead up to the SEACEN Centre's Annual Policy Summit on Central Bank Leadership in Combating Cyber Risk in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 13 -14 June 2019.
39:16
May 14, 2019
Episode 12 - Cybersecurity 2019, Part 1
Dr Ole Rummel interviews Glenn Tasky, Director of the Financial Stability and Supervision/Payment and Settlement Systems pillar of the Centre about issues in Cybersecurity and Central Banking. This is part 1of 2 podcasts which lead up to the SEACEN Centre's Annual Policy Summit to be held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on 13 and 14 June 2019. 
42:34
April 8, 2019
Episode 11 - The Evolution of Central Banking
In this episode, Dr Hans Genberg, the Centre's Executive Director, speaks to Grant Spencer, Former Governor of the New Zealand Reserve Bank on the above and his experiences as a senior central banker.
33:52
February 19, 2019
Episode 3/2018 - Cryptocurrencies: Similarities and Differences
Ole and Mark talk about altcoins and compare them to bitcoin. They also talk about permissioned vs. permissionless, blockchain, and plug our upcoming Policy Summit in May 2018!
24:17
February 8, 2019
2018 Podcasts in Review
Dr. Rummel and Mark kick off the new year by recapping the topics we covered in the podcasts we did in 2018, including some clips from the various interviews we conducted. Also a sneak preview of next month's podcast! Errata: During the recording of this podcast, Mark McKenzie incorrectly made reference to a “recent IMF Paper” between 20.16 – 20.20 mins, 24.30-20.34 mins and 32.56-33.00 mins. Please note the correct reference is: Bank for International Settlements (BIS) Working Papers No 765 “ Beyond the doomsday economics of “proof-of-work” in cryptocurrencies” by Raphael Auer of Monetary and Economic Department published in January 2019. The paper is available at https://www.bis.org/publ/work765.htm Sound credits: Initial 7 seconds of "We're back online"  by Kaptin_Random, from Freesound.org (https://freesound.org/people/Kaptin_Random/)used under the following Creative Commons license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/legalcode) Intro music from Accelerated Ideas (http://www.accelerated-ideas.com/freemusictracks/aisearchtracks.aspx?stxt=intro)
42:14
February 8, 2019
Podcast with Prof. William Black
Glenn Tasky speaks to Dr. William K Black, Associate Professor of Economics & Law at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, and author of "The Best Way to Rob a Bank is to Own One". Dr. Black describes the epidemic of “control frauds,” massive frauds at banks that are orchestrated at the highest levels (directors and senior officers). Control frauds were rampant in the United States in the 1980s and have also existed in many other countries. He also discusses the potential for whistleblowing to alert regulators and other authorities about frauds occurring in banks before they get completely out of control.
1:29:34
October 17, 2018
Podcast with Pierre Siklos
Dr. Ole Rummel speaks to Pierre Siklos, SEACEN Visiting Scholar and Professor of Economics from Wilfrid Laurier University about Central Banks and Central Banking.
38:29
October 16, 2018
Technological Innovations and Strengthening Resilience of Payment Systems to Cybercrimes
Ole and Mark talk to Umar Faruqui from the CPMI and Chackan Lai of Visa on opportunities around new technologies and challenges for policymakers as well as how they can respond.
36:24
September 28, 2018
The SEACEN Capital Flows Monitor
Dr. Ole Rummel speaks with Dr. Rogelio Mercado, Jr, the chief author of the new publication, The SEACEN Capital Flows Monitor; which is available now, for free at www.seacen.org
41:35
July 19, 2018
Podcast with Dr. Jean Pierre Landau
Dr. Ole Rummel and Mark McKenzie chat with Dr. Jean Pierre Landau, who has served as the Executive Director of the IMF and World Bank and now with the Economic Department of Sciences Po, Paris.
37:23
May 24, 2018
Podcast 4/2018 - American Default with Prof. Sebastian Edwards
Dr. Ole Rummel chats with Prof. Sebastian Edwards, author of "American Default".
36:42
April 26, 2018
ICOs and Cryptocurrencies: To Regulate or not to Regulate
Dr. Ole Rummel and Mark McKenzie talk about the need for regulating Cryptocurrencies and Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs).
45:18
February 15, 2018
Bitcoin price dynamics: causes, consequences and possible policy responses
Mark McKenzie and Dr Ole Rummel of the SEACEN Centre share their views and insights on Bitcoin, its price dynamics and possible policy responses by regulators.
59:39
January 22, 2018
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