Published on 20 September 2023

Risques immobiliers
10 October 2023 - 10:00

This seminar proposes an overview of the existing data on real estate markets and an economic analysis of the tools and methods for assessing the related risks: statistical monitoring of prices, volumes, credit and interest rates; financial stability issues, prudential supervision and regulation of the residential and commercial sector; macroeconomic implications of housing shocks. Using this analytical framework, the seminar then provides a comprehensive outlook of market developments and risks in the current context. From Asia to USA and Europe, issues related to house price valuation, securitization and new risks arising from climate change will be addressed by experts from Banque de France, ECB, IMF, OECD, and top Universities.


Dates: 10-11 October 2023

Apply before: 6 October 2023

Language: English and French with simultaneous translation and video replays

Location: Online

Contact: Julio RAMOS-TALLADA




The seminar will cover as main topics:

  • Sources and data collection issues, traditional and innovating (eg. from data gathered using webscraping) ;
  • Regulatory frameworks, policy interventions and their impact on real estate risks.
  • Risk assessment methods used by members of the European System of Central Banks and by other institutions;
  • Monitoring and short term outlook of the different markets all around the world: purchase and rental ; residential and commercial, mortgage loan securitization ;
  • Economic and policy implications of real estate markets developments
  • Risks arising from climate-related issues


This seminar is intended for central bank economists, statisticians, financial stability experts and bank supervisors in charge of assessing risks linked to housing finance and real estate markets in the economy, setting policy measures, or managing and improving databases in this area.

Program 2023

Updated on 27 October 2023