EMEAP

AcronymDefinition
EMEAPExecutives' Meeting of East Asia and Pacific Central Banks
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They also discussed the challenges and policy responses of Emeap central banks and monetary authorities under trade protectionism,' the Emeap said following their 24th Emeap Governors' Meeting held in Shenzhen, China.
said members of the East Asia-Pacific Central Banks (EMEAP) believe the PAIF securities lending would improve the liquidity of local currency-denominated bonds in the secondary markets, consistent with the group's common goal to broaden and deepen bond markets in the region.
(23) Narrowing the focus to Asia Pacific, Hadi Soesastro also notes that the analytically deep and diverse policy expertise of the regulatory network--that is, the EMEAP's regulators and central bankers--caused the rise of regional financial governance.
The BOK plans to continue engaging in discussions on global regulatory issues taking place in the SSBs and various central bank communities (the CPMI, EMEAP, SEACEN, ASEAN+3, etc.) The BOK will also devote itself to providing central banks of developing countries technical assistance based upon its expertise and experience with respect to the formulation of FMI policies and payment system operation.
EMEAP is an organization of central banks and monetary authorities from Australia, the Chinese mainland, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, the Republic of Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Singapore and Thailand, and reviews central bank policies and developments in foreign exchange, money and bond markets in the region.
(24.) The EMEAP is a completely separate process from the ASEAN+3 finance ministers' process.
For me, an important time was when we chaired the EMEAP Governors' meeting in Terrace Downs [on the edge of the Rakaia Gorge at the base of Mount Hutt] in May 2006.
I examine four cases: (1) the Executives' Meeting of East Asia-Pacific Central Banks (EMEAP), (2) the Japan-ASEAN Finance Ministers' Meeting (Japan-ASEAN FMM) and the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Finance Ministers' Meeting (APEC FMM), (3) the Four Markets Group and the Six Markets Group, and (4) the Asian Monetary Fund (AMF) and the Manila Framework Group (MFG).
Earlier this year, member economies of the Executives' Meeting of East Asia-Pacific Central Banks and Monetary Authorities (EMEAP), consisting of Australia, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, South Korea, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Singapore and Thailand, pooled their reserves for an Asian Bond Fund I with an initial size of about $1 billion to invest in a basket of U.S.
"Information professionals are constantly facing the need to prove the effectiveness of content selection and managed information access within their organizations," said Blankson-Hemans, manager of Information Professional Development for Dialog EMEAP. "Our goals with [Quantum.sup.2] are to help information professionals not only communicate the value of information centers, but take a leadership role in developing an information strategy for their organizations.
Building on a meeting of the region's central bankers in July 1997, which constructed the Executive Meeting of East Asian and Pacific Central Banks (EMEAP), and the ASEAN Finance Ministers meetings, a meeting of ASEAN Finance and Central Bank Deputies was convened in Manila in November 1997 to discuss a regional response to the financial crisis.
More than 30 central bankers attended a monthly meeting of the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) on July 13, and 11 gathered on July 14 under the auspices of the Executives' Meeting of East Asia and Pacific Central Banks (EMEAP).