Week inAdvance
Monday | Apr 8, 2019
Mon Apr 8 21st China-EU Summit in Brussels . | Tue Apr 9 Mnuchin gives annual testimony. IMF, World Bank spring meetings in DC. | Wed Apr 10 FOMC minutes . ECB's monetary-policy decision. | Thu Apr 11 G20 finmins and central bank guvs in DC.
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Wednesday, Apr 17
INVESTORS CMBS industry update
3 - 3:15 pm

Thursday, Apr 18
INVESTORS market practices industry update
11 - 11:15 am

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at the agencies
Monday, Apr 8
FEDERAL RESERVE
Open meeting to consider proposing new rules to govern the oversight of foreign banks and living wills. The Fed has been considering stricter rules on foreign bank branches in light of concerns that foreign investors could use the branches to hide assets.

Monday, Apr 8
FEDERAL RESERVE
Open meeting to discuss proposed rules implementing sections of the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act.

Wednesday, Apr 10
FEDERAL RESERVE
The FOMC (Federal Open Market Committee) releases the minutes from its March rates meeting, when it performed a U-turn on policy, ditching plans for interest rates this year and signaling just one increase in 2020.
on the hill
Tuesday, Apr 9
HOUSE APPROPRIATIONS
Subcommittee on Financial Services and General Government hearing on the Treasury Department's FY20 budget request. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin testifies.

Tuesday, Apr 9
HOUSE FINANCIAL SERVICES
Annual testimony of Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on the state of the international financial system.

Wednesday, Apr 10
HOUSE FINANCIAL SERVICES
Hearing with the heads of the biggest U.S. banks on holding megabanks accountable, a review of global systemically important banks 10 years after the financial crisis.
across the globe
Monday, Apr 8
Friday, Apr 12
BRUSSELS, Belgium
At the 21st China-EU Summit, EU and Chinese leaders will seek to strengthen bilateral cooperation. They will discuss bilateral trade and investment relations, and the future of global governance. The EU and China are expected to reaffirm their commitment to multilateralism with the UN at its core. They are also likely to express their support to the work of G20 and the implementation of the Paris Agreement on climate change. EU and Chinese leaders will address the issues of sustainable development and cybersecurity, including the security of 5G networks.

Tuesday, Apr 9 -
Wednesday, Apr 10
BASEL, Switzerland
IADI ( International Association of Deposit Insurers) c risis management policy implementation meeting.

Tuesday, Apr 9 -
Wednesday, Apr 10
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia
The International Arctic Forum begins. Russian President Vladimir Putin is among the speakers.

Tuesday, Apr 9 -
Thursday, Apr 11
HONG KONG
ISDA 34th annual general meeting. Topics for 2019 will center around benchmark reform, Brexit, margin requirements, and new technologies.

Wednesday, Apr 10
BRUSSELS, Belgium
EU leaders hold an emergency Brexit summit. The U.K. is due to leave the bloc on April 12 unless Theresa May can win Parliament's agreement for another extension to the Article 50 process.

Wednesday Apr 10
FRANKFURT, Germany
The Governing Council of the European Central Bank holds monetary policy meeting. T he ECB will probably leave its key interest rates unchanged. President Mario Draghi may be questioned on TLTRO ( targeted longer-term refinancing operations) details and the side effects of negative rates at his press conference following the decision.
other events
Monday, Apr 8
WASHINGTON DC
Securities and Exchange Commission Chair Jay Clayton, SEC commissioners, and SEC staff will participate in the Practising Law Institute’s "SEC Speaks 2019."

Tuesday, Apr 9
WASHINGTON DC
The International Monetary Fund updat es its World Economic Outlook an d releases the analytical chapters.

Tuesday, Apr 9 -
Sunday, Apr 14
WASHINGTON DC
2019 s pring meetings of the World Bank Group and the International Monetary Fund. IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde and World Bank Interim President Kristalina Georgieva both speak. On Friday, central bank governors Mark Carney (Bank of England), Elvira Nabiullina (Bank of Russia) and Shamsiah Yunus (Bank Negara Malaysia) discuss the right policy mix for capital flows. On Saturday, World Trade Organization Director-General Robert Azevêdo will participate in a meeting of the IMF Committee, hosted by Christine Lagarde.

Wednesday, Apr 10
WASHINGTON DC
G20 s eminar on global imbalances.

Thursday, Apr 11
WASHINGTON DC
G20 finance ministers and central bank deputies meeting.

Thursday, Apr 11 -
Friday, Apr 12
G20 finance ministers and central bank governors meeting.
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