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SUERF - ICFR Conference: Future Risks and Fragilities for Financial Stability

08 Mar 2012

London, UK


Overview    

The regulatory response to any crisis tends to set the parameters for the next crisis and the aim of this full day conference is to focus on where the next pressure points for financial stability might arise and how the industry and the regulators can prepare for them. The recent Bank of England Systemic Risk Survey pointed out that the perceived priorities for the regulators are indeed changing, and the EU has embarked on a project which will report later in 2012 on bank structure and risk and what lessons have been learned in the last three years. The conference, organised jointly by the ICFR and SUERF, therefore is very timely and will be well placed to address these key issues which will impact financial markets in the coming years. The core themes of the conference will include: incentives and market discipline; regulation, competition and shadow banking; and size and structure of business models. We are currently inviting chosen authors to submit papers for this conference according to the agenda outlined below. We plan to have a mix of speakers including financial practitioners, supervisors and academics. There will be an opportunity for open discussion in each session and the programme also includes a concluding panel and a keynote address.

 

Agenda    

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Registration 

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Venue 

Friends House
Small Meeting Hall
173 – 177 Euston Road
NW1 2BJ
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Contact  

For more information about this event, please email [email protected] 
 
 

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About SUERF: The European Money and Finance Forum was established on 25 November 1963 in Louveciennes, France by a group of academics and bankers from France, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands and Belgium. SUERF is a network association of bankers, central bankers, other practitioners in the financial sector and academics. The focus of the Association is on the analysis, discussion and understanding of financial markets and institutions, the monetary economy, the conduct of regulation and monetary policy, and related issues. Its events provide a unique European network for the analysis and discussion of these and related issues. SUERF has evolved as a forum for the exchange of information, research results and ideas.
 

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