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GLC Europe - Corporate Banking Forum 2012
 
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http://www.globalleadingconferences.com/conferences/european-corporate-banking-forum
Views: 951 GLC Europe
Dr. Perry Mehrling's keynote at Copenhagen DIIS central banking conference
 
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Keynote delivered at the "Central banking at a crossroads: europe and beyond" conference in Copenhagen on the 30th of january 2013
Views: 1775 DIISGEM
Banking Union in Europe
 
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About the Speakers: Vítor Gaspar is Special Adviser at Banco de Portugal. He previously served as Minister of Finance in Portugal from mid-2011 to mid-2013. Dr. Gaspar has held positions as Head of the Bureau of European Policy Advisers of the European Commission, Director-General Research at the European Central Bank, Director of the Research Department at Banco de Portugal and Director of the Economic Studies at the Ministry of Finance. His research interests are macroeconomic policy, public economics, political economy and financial integration. He has taught at the Universidade Nova de Lisboa and the Universidade Técnica de Lisboa. Athanasios Orphanides is a Professor of the Practice of Global Economics and Management at the MIT Sloan School of Management. His research interests are on central banking, finance, and political economy and he has published extensively on these topics over the past two decades. Professor Orphanides served as governor of the Central Bank of Cyprus from May 2007 to May 2012. As governor he oversaw the introduction of the euro in Cyprus and subsequently served as member of the Governing Council of the European Central Bank between January 2008 and May 2012. Prior to his appointment as governor, Orphanides served as senior adviser at the Federal Reserve Board, where he had started his professional career as an economist in 1990. While at the Federal Reserve he taught undergraduate and graduate courses in macroeconomics and monetary economics at Georgetown University and Johns Hopkins University. About the Sponsors: The Program for Economic Research enhances and develops resources to support the research and teaching mission of the Economics Department at Columbia University. The program organizes conferences, public events, and conducts outreach to foster an interchange of ideas between the economics faculty and the business and policy worlds. For further information, please visit http://econ.columbia.edu/PER. The Jerome A. Chazen Institute of International Business supports, sponsors, and promotes thought leadership and frontier research on issues of significance to the global economy and business, and serves as the focal point for international programs and initiatives at Columbia Business School. For more information, including upcoming events, please visit http://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/chazen/.
Views: 741 Columbia
The future of traditional banking: Europe's new resolution regime: how can it be made to work?
 
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"Between a rock and a hard place: The future of traditional banking" A Finance Watch half-day conference Wednesday, 1 June 2016 Royal Library of Belgium, Mont des Arts, 1000 Brussels Bail-in has been heralded by some as a “silver bullet” to let systemic banks fail without triggering contagion and/or dipping into taxpayers’ pockets. But there is another narrative, too, which views bail-in as a stopgap with potentially dangerous consequences. Early instances of bail-in have proven controversial. Is the current framework adequate? Are member states committed? What is needed to make it work? Are there alternatives? Panellists: - Georg Ringe, Professor of International Commercial Law at Copenhagen Business School - Gaëtan Viallard, Head of Resolution Unit B.1, Single Resolution Board - Tim Skeet, Member of the Board, International Capital Market Association - Christian M. Stiefmüller, Senior Policy Analyst at Finance Watch Moderator: Detlef Fechtner, EU correspondent at Börsen-Zeitung More information and speeches here: http://www.finance-watch.org/our-work/events/1236-fw-conference-june-2016 FINANCE WATCH: Website: http://www.finance-watch.org/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/forfinancewatch Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/financewatch/
Views: 595 Finance Watch
The Future of European Banking - A Central Bank Perspective - Jens Lundager - Dec 2013
 
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View all the speakers here http://www.iiea.com/banking-union-conference The European Commission's proposal for a Banking Union, originally presented on 6 June 2012 and 12 September 2012, represents a profound structural and regulatory change to the European banking sector, and is one of the most widely debated solutions to the current financial crisis. Over the past year, the EU has acted decisively to address the systemic issues in European banking, but more remains to be done. The recent introduction of the Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM) and the allocation of new powers to the European Central Bank (ECB) will radically change the pre-existing pan-European supervisory regime, and the adoption of the Capital Requirements Directive will usher in a new era of regulation for European banks. However, the question of bank recovery and resolution, as well as the proposed Single Resolution Mechanism, remains the subject of intense debate. Key topics at this conference, which was held in association with McCann FitzGerald and supported by KMPG included: • The main pillars of the Banking Union • Crisis management in the EU • The future shape of banking in Europe • The future role of central banks • Corporate governance • Bank recovery and resolution • Relevant legislation and proposals, including the Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive, the Single Resolution Mechanism and Deposit Guarantee Schemes For the financial services industry, the policy-community and taxpayers, the stakes at play in completing the Banking Union could not be higher. The Banking Union will not only determine the future shape of the European banking sector, but the future stability of the Eurozone as a whole. The IIEA is grateful for the support of McCann FitzGerald and KPMG for this conference. Jens Lundager, Head of Financial Markets at Danmarks Nationalbank View all the speakers here http://www.iiea.com/banking-union-conference
Views: 203 IIEA1
Debate: Will P2P Lending Take Over Banking?
 
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Speakers: Matt Hammerstein, Head of Client and Customer Experience, Personal and Corporate Banking, Barclays; Cormac Leech, Director of Alternative Finance, Liberum Moderator: Peter Renton, Chairman, LendIt
Views: 1782 LendIt Conference
The Future of European Banking - A Central Bank Perspective - Paul O'Connor - Dec 2013
 
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View all the speakers here http://www.iiea.com/banking-union-conference The European Commission's proposal for a Banking Union, originally presented on 6 June 2012 and 12 September 2012, represents a profound structural and regulatory change to the European banking sector, and is one of the most widely debated solutions to the current financial crisis. Over the past year, the EU has acted decisively to address the systemic issues in European banking, but more remains to be done. The recent introduction of the Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM) and the allocation of new powers to the European Central Bank (ECB) will radically change the pre-existing pan-European supervisory regime, and the adoption of the Capital Requirements Directive will usher in a new era of regulation for European banks. However, the question of bank recovery and resolution, as well as the proposed Single Resolution Mechanism, remains the subject of intense debate. Key topics at this conference, which was held in association with McCann FitzGerald and supported by KMPG included: • The main pillars of the Banking Union • Crisis management in the EU • The future shape of banking in Europe • The future role of central banks • Corporate governance • Bank recovery and resolution • Relevant legislation and proposals, including the Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive, the Single Resolution Mechanism and Deposit Guarantee Schemes For the financial services industry, the policy-community and taxpayers, the stakes at play in completing the Banking Union could not be higher. The Banking Union will not only determine the future shape of the European banking sector, but the future stability of the Eurozone as a whole. The IIEA is grateful for the support of McCann FitzGerald and KPMG for this conference. Paul O'Connor, Head of Regulatory Advisory Services at KPMG View all the speakers here http://www.iiea.com/banking-union-conference
Views: 222 IIEA1
The Future of European Banking - A Central Bank Perspective - Philip Reading - Dec 2013
 
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View all the speakers here http://www.iiea.com/banking-union-conference The European Commission's proposal for a Banking Union, originally presented on 6 June 2012 and 12 September 2012, represents a profound structural and regulatory change to the European banking sector, and is one of the most widely debated solutions to the current financial crisis. Over the past year, the EU has acted decisively to address the systemic issues in European banking, but more remains to be done. The recent introduction of the Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM) and the allocation of new powers to the European Central Bank (ECB) will radically change the pre-existing pan-European supervisory regime, and the adoption of the Capital Requirements Directive will usher in a new era of regulation for European banks. However, the question of bank recovery and resolution, as well as the proposed Single Resolution Mechanism, remains the subject of intense debate. Key topics at this conference, which was held in association with McCann FitzGerald and supported by KMPG included: • The main pillars of the Banking Union • Crisis management in the EU • The future shape of banking in Europe • The future role of central banks • Corporate governance • Bank recovery and resolution • Relevant legislation and proposals, including the Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive, the Single Resolution Mechanism and Deposit Guarantee Schemes For the financial services industry, the policy-community and taxpayers, the stakes at play in completing the Banking Union could not be higher. The Banking Union will not only determine the future shape of the European banking sector, but the future stability of the Eurozone as a whole. The IIEA is grateful for the support of McCann FitzGerald and KPMG for this conference. Philip Reading, Head of Financial Markets at Oesterreichische Nationalbank View all the speakers here http://www.iiea.com/banking-union-conference
Views: 397 IIEA1
Andrea Enria, European Banking Authority at 2016 “Reconciling Regulation and Growth” Conference
 
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Learn more: http://www.oliverwyman.com/our-expertise/events/2016/nov/reconciling-regulation-and-growth.html
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The Islamic perspective of banking | Wojciech Gajewski | TEDxWroclaw
 
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This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Crisis in banking? There are different models of banking and there's one in particular which tends to avoid crisises. He’s a Project Manager in full-time job in one of the best Polish eCommerce agencies - Divante. Apart from it, Wojciech quite often works as a freelance photographer, which is his biggest passion. He believes, that each of us should follow his/her own passion, belief and needs. This is the biggest adventure of life - to stay true and happy in ourselves. About TEDx, x = independently organized event In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
Views: 9989 TEDx Talks
Bartosz Urbaniak, BGŻ BNP Paribas - Invitation to CEE18 SME Banking Club Conference
 
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Hello! I'm Bartosz Urbaniak, Head of Food & Agri Banking at BNP Paribas Group for CEE and Africa. We are engaged in building food safety and new solutions for the Food and Agri world in Africa and Europe. I will be speaking at the SME Banking Club Conference this October in Warsaw. I'm looking forward to seeing you as to discuss: - about new trends in Food and Agri world - about the Agritech; - and about the solutions which bank can provide for the industry. Join us in Warsaw! October 29-30, Warsaw. Registration https://www.smebanking.events/cee
Views: 18 SME Banking Club
28 Digital Banking Conference 2018 - Panel Instant Payment
 
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https://banking-conference.de/r%C3%BCckblick
Views: 33 Bitkom
Backbase Best of Show at Finovate Europe 2018 with Smart Banking
 
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Backbase, the omni-channel banking solution provider, launched their latest Smart Banking innovations at Finovate Europe 2018, the leading fintech innovation conference in Europe. During the winning presentation, Jouk Pleiter, CEO of Backbase noted how Smart Banking is all about bringing each customer exceptional, personalized experiences. He discussed three key aspects of Smart Banking and how they help to deliver a superior service, every time. Smart actions – enabling customers to define smart actions that help them easily automate manual tasks, transforming mobile banking into a personal concierge service, which is tailored to their exact needs. Aggregation – combining capabilities from within the bank, but also from outside it, such as PSD2 APIs or 3rd parties such as airlines, telco or e-commerce providers – all directly integrated in the mobile banking application. Thinking outside the box – being imaginative enough to create 10 times better customer experiences. Backbase Smart Banking empowers banks to place their mobile banking app at the center of customer’s lives.
Views: 2707 Backbase
S&P Ratings' Views On The Future Of Banking In Europe
 
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On 7th of May Standard & Poor's held a high level conference in Brussels on "The future of banking in Europe". In this CreditMatters TV segment, Managing Director Hans Wright discusses the implications of the European regulatory framework for banks and how it affects S&P banks' analysis.
Views: 202 SPTVbroadcast
UX Design Agency for Finance Alberts Pumpurs in Inn. Banking Software at EU FinTech Awards 2016
 
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Visit http://www.FinTech.nl for more information about UX Design Agency for Finance, presentations, video's, photo's and award winners at the European FinTech Awards & Conference 2016 Amsterdam. UX DESIGN AGENCY FOR FINANCE CONSULTANT ALBERTS PUMPURS Presentation Alberts Pumpurs Banking and FinTech UX Consultant from UX Design Agency for Finance in Category Innovative Banking Software at European FinTech Awards & Conference 2016 in Amsterdam. Visit http://www.FinTech.nl for more information on the European FinTech Awards & Conference of past April 14 edition and editions to come. ABOUT UX DESIGN AGENCY FOR FINANCE UX Design Agency display the benefits of banking and fintech technology by packing it into a clever UX design. Our services are sharply focused on clear financial UI delivery through target audience research, business requirements analysis, information architecture (IA), user journey mapping, user experience (UX) design and strategy, wireframing, interaction design, user interface (UI) design, usability testing, conversion rate optimization, and digital channel sales effectiveness evaluation. Our work provides significant changes in banking, fintech, payments, forex, CFD, fast loans, and charity. Find out how we work in this Future Banking Case-Study: http://www.uxdesignagency.com/ux-fintech-case-study-of-how-online-banking-design-should-work. VISIT EUROPEAN FINTECH AWARDS & CONFERENCE Visit the European FinTech Awards and Conference where innovative and disruptive FinTech companies are awarded. Meet 400 hand picked entrepreneurs, bankers, investors and advisors, demonstrate thought leadership, extend your network and develop business. The European FinTech Awards & Conference features international keynote speakers, thought provoking master classes and pitches by the European FinTech Top 100. See more at http://www.FinTech.nl. See all videos of the European FinTech Awards & Conference here: http://www.fintech.nl/videos-european-fintech-awards--conference-14-april-2016.html
Views: 199 Alex van Groningen
Banking for the Future - EBF 2014 Annual Conference
 
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- Wim Mijs, chief executive of the EBF - Christian Clausen, EBF President 2011-2014 and CEO of Nordea Bank - Frederic Oudea, CEO of Societe Generale and EBF President from 2015. The annual conference of the European Banking Federation is a landmark Brussels event discussing key developments in the European banking sector. The conference brings together chief executives from leading European banks with EU-level regulators, policy-makers, and other stakeholders in Europe’s economy at large. Under the title ‘Banking for the Future’, the 2014 EBF conference will take stock of recent developments in banking regulation, including Banking Union. The list of topics to be addressed includes the comprehensive assessment, the launch of the new single supervisory mechanism, new measures to encourage economic growth in Europe and innovations in the field of digital banking and customer interaction that are changing traditional business models.
Keynote 2 Anat Admati: What is wrong with banking and what to do about it
 
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Professor Anat Admati's keynote address at the DIIS Conference "Central Banking at a crossroad: Europe and Beyond" 29th of january 2013. Check out your forthcoming her book at: http://press.princeton.edu/titles/9929.html
Views: 2231 DIISGEM
The Future of European Banking - A Central Bank Perspective - Anthony Kruizinga - Dec 2013
 
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View all the speakers here http://www.iiea.com/banking-union-conference The European Commission's proposal for a Banking Union, originally presented on 6 June 2012 and 12 September 2012, represents a profound structural and regulatory change to the European banking sector, and is one of the most widely debated solutions to the current financial crisis. Over the past year, the EU has acted decisively to address the systemic issues in European banking, but more remains to be done. The recent introduction of the Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM) and the allocation of new powers to the European Central Bank (ECB) will radically change the pre-existing pan-European supervisory regime, and the adoption of the Capital Requirements Directive will usher in a new era of regulation for European banks. However, the question of bank recovery and resolution, as well as the proposed Single Resolution Mechanism, remains the subject of intense debate. Key topics at this conference, which was held in association with McCann FitzGerald and supported by KMPG included: • The main pillars of the Banking Union • Crisis management in the EU • The future shape of banking in Europe • The future role of central banks • Corporate governance • Bank recovery and resolution • Relevant legislation and proposals, including the Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive, the Single Resolution Mechanism and Deposit Guarantee Schemes For the financial services industry, the policy-community and taxpayers, the stakes at play in completing the Banking Union could not be higher. The Banking Union will not only determine the future shape of the European banking sector, but the future stability of the Eurozone as a whole. The IIEA is grateful for the support of McCann FitzGerald and KPMG for this conference. Anthony Kruizinga, Head of European Banking Supervision at De Nederlandsche Bank View all the speakers here http://www.iiea.com/banking-union-conference
Views: 597 IIEA1
Figo Pitch by Lars Markull in Innov. Banking Software category at European FinTech Awards 2016
 
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Visit http://www.FinTech.nl for more information about Figo, presentations, video's, photo's and award winners at the European FinTech Awards & Conference 2016 Amsterdam. FIGO BUSINESS DEVELOPER LARS MARKULL Presentation Lars Markull Business Developer from Figo in Category Innovative Banking Software at European FinTech Awards & Conference 2016 in Amsterdam. Visit http://www.FinTech.nl for more information on the European FinTech Awards & Conference of past April 14 edition and editions to come. ABOUT FIGO Figo’s sophisticated platform “Banking-as-a-Service” connects modern services with more than 50 million online banking accounts in Germany and the company is targeting the Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA) in total. Furthermore figo ... … created a dynamic FinTech ecosystem … has set up a new connectivity standard to financial data … reduces complexity of banking implementation to a minimum … makes banking usable wherever it adds value … creates new touch points between consumers and our partners - startups and banks! … provides banks the opportunity to be actively involved in the change figo realized the opportunities arising from PSD2 accompanied by changing customer expectations. figo does not only provide an established banking API, but also an entire banking service platform supporting a vast number of innovative banking solutions (incl. access to bank account). The figo team believes in the impact and in the radical change in this special sector. figo successfully closed its series-A round in November 2015, which means much more than just additional growth capital. This extraordinary investment syndicate backs up the business model which gains in importance. This investment is an opportunity doing what the company does best: advancing products and proceeding in capturing Europe’s markets. VISIT EUROPEAN FINTECH AWARDS & CONFERENCE Visit the European FinTech Awards and Conference where innovative and disruptive FinTech companies are awarded. Meet 400 hand picked entrepreneurs, bankers, investors and advisors, demonstrate thought leadership, extend your network and develop business. The European FinTech Awards & Conference features international keynote speakers, thought provoking master classes and pitches by the European FinTech Top 100. See more at http://www.FinTech.nl. See all videos of the European FinTech Awards & Conference here: http://www.fintech.nl/videos-european-fintech-awards--conference-14-april-2016.html
Views: 685 Alex van Groningen
The Future Shape of Banking in Ireland and Europe - Patrick Honohan - Dec 2013
 
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View all the speakers here http://www.iiea.com/banking-union-conference The European Commission's proposal for a Banking Union, originally presented on 6 June 2012 and 12 September 2012, represents a profound structural and regulatory change to the European banking sector, and is one of the most widely debated solutions to the current financial crisis. Over the past year, the EU has acted decisively to address the systemic issues in European banking, but more remains to be done. The recent introduction of the Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM) and the allocation of new powers to the European Central Bank (ECB) will radically change the pre-existing pan-European supervisory regime, and the adoption of the Capital Requirements Directive will usher in a new era of regulation for European banks. However, the question of bank recovery and resolution, as well as the proposed Single Resolution Mechanism, remains the subject of intense debate. Key topics at this conference, which was held in association with McCann FitzGerald and supported by KMPG included: • The main pillars of the Banking Union • Crisis management in the EU • The future shape of banking in Europe • The future role of central banks • Corporate governance • Bank recovery and resolution • Relevant legislation and proposals, including the Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive, the Single Resolution Mechanism and Deposit Guarantee Schemes For the financial services industry, the policy-community and taxpayers, the stakes at play in completing the Banking Union could not be higher. The Banking Union will not only determine the future shape of the European banking sector, but the future stability of the Eurozone as a whole. The IIEA is grateful for the support of McCann FitzGerald and KPMG for this conference. Keynote Address by Patrick Honohan, Governor of the Central Bank of Ireland View all the speakers here http://www.iiea.com/banking-union-conference
Views: 277 IIEA1
The Future of Banking | hub conference
 
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Katharina Lüth, Head of Europe, SavingGlobal, Christian Rebernik, CTO, Number26 & Simon Baldus, Lendico discuss "Future of Banking" at hub conference in Berlin, 10 December 2015. The hub conference brings disruptive trends, smart technologies and the people behind them to Berlin. Global players and startups, CEOs and CIOs, science and politics establish networks and shape the digital future. http://www.hub.berlin
Views: 810 Bitkom
Invitation to CEE SME Banking Club Conference 2017 - Olena Gryniuk, SME Banking Club
 
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Hello! I'm Olena Gryniuk, Regional Manager for Central and Eastern Europe at SME Banking Club. I invite you to CEE SME Banking Club Conference in Krakow, 23-24 November! Meet your colleagues from banks, leasing and factoring companies, and fintechs! Exchange your experiences, share your successes and get new ideas on servicing SME customers! I'm happy to announce that 30 speakers from Poland, Italy, Turkey, UK, Greece, Bulgaria, Hungary and Japan will come to Krakow to share with you their practical cases, views, and strategy on financial services for SMEs. Please join us for that unique opportunity! https://events.smebanking.club/event/cee17/
Views: 404 SME Banking Club
Session 3 - European banking after the crisis
 
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TOWARDS A MORE INTEGRATED AND STABLE EUROPE: CHALLENGES AHEAD OF THE EURO AREA AND CENTRAL, EASTERN AND SOUTHEASTERN EUROPE 21-22 October 2011, Warsaw Conference of the National Bank of Poland The autumn of 2011 marks the twentieth anniversary of the events which have shaped a new European reality of the last two decades (the emergence of new European states following the disintegration of the former Soviet Union and the former Yugoslavia and the political agreement on the creation of the Economic and Monetary Union). Hence this will be a good opportunity to assess progress achieved so far in the process of economic integration and draw conclusions for the future. In particular, the part of the assessment that relates to future prospects should predominate in the analysis, as the overall goal of the conference is to discuss challenges on the road to a more integrated and stable European economy. In this assessment one should look at both the EU as a whole, and its two different, but intertwined segments: the euro area and CESEE. The economic and financial ties between the western and the eastern parts of the continent do not warrant a flawlessly operating financial system but still they are strong enough to generate contagion effects working in both directions.
World Bank chief Zoellick, German Chancellor Merkel at banking conference
 
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SHOTLIST 1. German Chancellor Angela Merkel with World Bank President Robert Zoellick, zoom in on handshake, zoom out both walking away 2. SOUNDBITE (German) Angela Merkel, German Chancellor: "The Commission is working on proposals for a European investment programme. The council, meaning the member states, asked the commission to make proposals for a coherent approach. The member states will file their contributions but we have to approach things unified within the Lisbon strategy. In my view interesting innovative investments should be in the foreground. Among those things, for me, are a good European high voltage system, which we do not have yet, broadband technology so that everybody in Europe can have internet whether he lives in a rural area or in a metropolitan one, and we could agree on objectives which we then implement at home, all 27 member states, setting additional investment impulses. That would be an approach that similar to the (one that Europe took on the) financial crisis, will show Europe as a continent that is sustainable and that can act unified." 3. Cutaway 4. SOUNDBITE (German) Angela Merkel, German Chancellor: "I am very optimistic that we will, for the good of the employees, succeed in developing a unified action which we then will implement nationally, plus (there will be) some combined efforts like the granting of loans by the European Investment Bank." 5. Cutaway of camera STORYLINE German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Thursday that the European Commission was working on proposals for a European investment programme that could boost the economy of the 27-member state bloc. Merkel said that "innovative investments" should be in the foreground of the package and singled out "a good European high voltage system" as well as broadband technology, "so that everybody in Europe can have internet whether he lives in a rural area or in a metropolitan one" as two key areas. Merkel added that the input from all 27 member states would "show Europe as a continent that is sustainable and that can act unified." The German chancellor was attending a conference entitled European Finance Week, in Frankfurt which started on Monday and finishes on Friday. Merkel was at the conference to give a keynote speech on Asian economy. The German Chancellor also met the World Bank President Robert Zoellick on the sidelines of the conference. Media reports on Thursday said that the European Commission was planning to announce next week a growth package worth 130 billion (b) euros to boost the EU's economy. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/f9af8781a3dfc5c5af952a794e40fcff Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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EBA 5th Anniversary Conference
 
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Scroll down the description to jump to a specific agenda item The European Banking Authority (EBA) marked its first five years of activities with a conference on the achievements and remaining challenges in strengthening the banking sector of the European Union (EU). The EBA 5th anniversary conference took place on 5 February 2016 in the historical setting of the "Guildhall" in London. Discussions benefited from the participation of high level policy makers, industry representatives, academics and other stakeholders in the banking and financial sectors from across the EU and beyond. Panellists from public and private institutions discussed progress made in the repair of the EU banking sector, as well as the challenges and opportunities still lying ahead. From regulatory changes to adjustments in EU banks' business models, participants shared views on key priorities, from further mitigating fragmentation processes to ensuring the new regulatory framework is applied consistently across the Single Market. AGENDA 0:00 - Introduction 2:59 - Welcome by the LORD MAYOR OF THE CITY OF LONDON 11:45 - Opening and welcome by ANDREA ENRIA, Chairperson of the EBA 26:17 - KEYNOTE SPEECH by JONATHAN HILL, European Commissioner for Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Union 42:35 - PANEL DISCUSSION: 5 YEARS OF COMMON EU STANDARDS AND POLICIES IN BANKING 2:16:22 - PANEL DISCUSSION: A SINGLE MARKET FOR EU BANKS: WHAT LIES AHEAD 3:23:37 - Closing remarks
2018 FIBA AML Compliance Conference: Correspondent Banking — Where Do We Go From Here?
 
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Day 1, Workshop: De-risking/Debanking/Decosting appears to have peaked leaving severed relationships in its wake. In the aftermath, what is the future of correspondent banking as a line of business? Will the disruptive forces of Fintech intervene? Will a new deregulatory-minded administration in Washington bring relief? MODERATOR: Ivan Garces - Chair, Risk Advisory Services Practice, Kaufman Rossin SPEAKERS: Daniel Gutierrez - VP. BSA Manager, Ocean Bank Sean O’Malley - VP and Deputy Chief Investigator, Enforcement Division, Federal Reserve Bank of New York Gabrielle Haddad - COO, Sigma Ratings Andrew Davies - Vice President, Global Market Strategy, Financial Crime Risk Management, Fiserv
Views: 110 FIBA Bankers
CEE SME Banking Conference 2016. Welcome!
 
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Read full event program and register here: www.events.smebanking.club/event/cee2016. The second annual international banking conference. Central & Eastern Europe. Venue: Warsaw, Poland. Organized by SME Banking Club
Views: 94 SME Banking Club
Trends in European cross-border banking
 
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The interview focuses on recent trends in cross-border banking in Europe in the wake of the global financial crisis. De Haas speaks about the role of foreign banks in Emerging Europe; the recent financial fragmentation in Europe; the growing role of cross-border bond issuance; and the importance of relationship lending during the crisis.
The Future of European Banking - A Central Bank Perspective - Ramón Quintana - Dec 2013
 
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View all the speakers here http://www.iiea.com/banking-union-conference The European Commission's proposal for a Banking Union, originally presented on 6 June 2012 and 12 September 2012, represents a profound structural and regulatory change to the European banking sector, and is one of the most widely debated solutions to the current financial crisis. Over the past year, the EU has acted decisively to address the systemic issues in European banking, but more remains to be done. The recent introduction of the Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM) and the allocation of new powers to the European Central Bank (ECB) will radically change the pre-existing pan-European supervisory regime, and the adoption of the Capital Requirements Directive will usher in a new era of regulation for European banks. However, the question of bank recovery and resolution, as well as the proposed Single Resolution Mechanism, remains the subject of intense debate. Key topics at this conference, which was held in association with McCann FitzGerald and supported by KMPG included: • The main pillars of the Banking Union • Crisis management in the EU • The future shape of banking in Europe • The future role of central banks • Corporate governance • Bank recovery and resolution • Relevant legislation and proposals, including the Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive, the Single Resolution Mechanism and Deposit Guarantee Schemes For the financial services industry, the policy-community and taxpayers, the stakes at play in completing the Banking Union could not be higher. The Banking Union will not only determine the future shape of the European banking sector, but the future stability of the Eurozone as a whole. The IIEA is grateful for the support of McCann FitzGerald and KPMG for this conference. Ramón Quintana, Director General for Banking Supervision at Banco de España View all the speakers here http://www.iiea.com/banking-union-conference
Views: 527 IIEA1
Second ESRB Annual Conference -  Policy panel discussion: Macroprudential policy beyond banking
 
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Cross-sectoral consistency is an important consideration in the design of macroprudential policy. While macroprudential policy in the banking sector is operational macroprudential policy beyond banking is still in its formative stage. Panellists discussed the operationalisation of existing tools beyond the banking sector, the development and prioritisation of new macroprudential tools and the challenges and opportunities associated with their implementation. Chair: Vitor Constâncio, ECB Panellists: Gabriel Bernardino, EIOPA Lex Hoogduin, LCH Group Ltd Steven Maijoor, ESMA Mario Nava, European Commission Huw van Steenis, Schroders
Islamic Finance in Europe
 
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Is Islamic banking finding some traction in Europe? John Sandwick, Safa Investment Services. You can view this video and the full video archive on the Dukascopy.TV page: http://www.dukascopy.com/tv/en/#135024
Views: 10301 Dukascopy TV (EN)
The outlook for European banking stocks
 
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Victoria Scholar is joined by Gildas Surry, portfolio manager at Axiom Alternative Investments, to discuss the outlook for European banks. ► Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/IGIndexSpreadBetting ► Learn more about IG: https://www.ig.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/IGcom Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/IGcom LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/igcom Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.iggroup.android.cfd&hl=en_GB IG empowers informed, decisive, adventurous people to access opportunities in over 15,000 financial markets. With a strong focus on innovation and technology, the company puts client needs at the heart of everything it does. IG’s vision is to be a global leader in retail trading and investments. Established in 1974 as the world’s first financial spread betting firm, it continued leading the way by launching the world’s first online and iPhone trading services. IG is now an award-winning, multi-platform trading company, the world’s No.1 provider of CFDs* and a global leader in forex. It provides leveraged services with the option of limited-risk guarantees, and offers an execution-only share dealing service in the UK, Ireland, Germany, France, Australia, Austria and the Netherlands. IG has recently launched a range of affordable, fully managed investment portfolios, to provide a fully comprehensive offering to investors and active traders worldwide. *Based on revenue excluding FX (from published financial statements, October 2016)
Views: 193 IG UK
Diebold Nixdorf CEO, Andy Mattes Keynote Speech at Self-Service Banking Europe 2017 | RBR
 
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What’s new, now, and next in the self-service world? Andy Mattes explores how financial institutions and retailers can win consumers in a connected commerce era, and examines ATMs and POS through the lens of security, digitalization, automation, individualization and miniaturization. Watch his keynote speech at RBR's Self-Service Banking Europe 2017 conference
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Why the whole banking system is a scam - Godfrey Bloom MEP
 
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http://www.ukipmeps.org | Join UKIP: http://ukip.datawareonline.co.uk/JoinOnline.aspx?type=1 • European Parliament, Strasbourg, 21 May 2013 • Speaker: Godfrey Bloom MEP, UKIP (Yorkshire & Lincolnshire), Europe of Freedom and Democracy (EFD) group - http://www.godfreybloommep.co.uk • Joint Debate: Banking union - single supervisory mechanism 1. Specific tasks for the European Central Bank concerning policies relating to the prudential supervision of credit institutions Report: Marianne Thyssen (A7-0392/2012) - Report on the proposal for a Council regulation conferring specific tasks on the European Central Bank concerning policies relating to the prudential supervision of credit institutions [COM(2012)0511 - - 2012/0242(CNS)] Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs 2. European Banking Authority and prudential supervision of credit institutions Report: Sven Giegold (A7-0393/2012) - Report on the proposal for a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council amending Regulation (EU) No 1093/2010 establishing a European Supervisory Authority (European Banking Authority) as regards its interaction with Council Regulation (EU) No.../... conferring specific tasks on the European Central Bank concerning policies relating to the prudential supervision of credit institutions [COM(2012)0512 - C7-0289/2012 - 2012/0244(COD)] Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs .................... • Video: EbS (European Parliament) .................................. • EU Member States: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Germany, Denmark, Estonia, Spain, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, United Kingdom
Views: 363565 europarl
Keynote speech by Ignazio Angeloni | Supervisory Board - European Central Bank
 
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The new financial architecture in the Eurozone - Conference at the European University Institute - Florence School of Banking and Finance 23rd April 2015
Frankfurt Finance Summit 2014: State of the European Banking Union
 
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Panel I: State of the European Banking Union Chair: Prof. Dr Andreas Pfingsten (Finance Center Münster, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster) Panel: Stefan Bielmeier (Chief Economist, DZ BANK AG) Adam Farkas (Executive Director, European Banking Authority) Dr Wolf Klinz (Member of the European Parliament) Dr Gerhard Schick (Spokesperson for financial policy, Member of Parliament, Deutscher Bundestag)
ECB Banking Supervision Annual Report Press Conference - 23 March 2016
 
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Supervisory Board Chair Danièle Nouy and Vice-Chair Sabine Lautenschläger present the ECB Banking Supervision Annual Report at a press conference in Frankfurt and answer questions from journalists. The Annual Report on banking supervision describes the activities carried out under the Single Supervisory Mechanism in 2015 and the progress made in integrating and harmonising supervisory practices across the euro area.
Views: 1468 European Central Bank
Conference on "Post-trade harmonisation and financial integration in Europe"
 
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Joint ECB - EU Commission conference on Post-trade harmonisation and financial integration in Europe held on 19 March 2013 http://www.ecb.europa.eu/paym/t2s/about/events/html/index.en.html
Views: 1505 European Central Bank
Recovery and Resolution - Implications for European Banking - Miguel de la Mano - 02 Dec 2013
 
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View all the speakers here http://www.iiea.com/banking-union-conference The European Commission's proposal for a Banking Union, originally presented on 6 June 2012 and 12 September 2012, represents a profound structural and regulatory change to the European banking sector, and is one of the most widely debated solutions to the current financial crisis. Over the past year, the EU has acted decisively to address the systemic issues in European banking, but more remains to be done. The recent introduction of the Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM) and the allocation of new powers to the European Central Bank (ECB) will radically change the pre-existing pan-European supervisory regime, and the adoption of the Capital Requirements Directive will usher in a new era of regulation for European banks. However, the question of bank recovery and resolution, as well as the proposed Single Resolution Mechanism, remains the subject of intense debate. Key topics at this conference, which was held in association with McCann FitzGerald and supported by KMPG included: • The main pillars of the Banking Union • Crisis management in the EU • The future shape of banking in Europe • The future role of central banks • Corporate governance • Bank recovery and resolution • Relevant legislation and proposals, including the Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive, the Single Resolution Mechanism and Deposit Guarantee Schemes For the financial services industry, the policy-community and taxpayers, the stakes at play in completing the Banking Union could not be higher. The Banking Union will not only determine the future shape of the European banking sector, but the future stability of the Eurozone as a whole. The IIEA is grateful for the support of McCann FitzGerald and KPMG for this conference. Keynote Address by Miguel de la Mano, Head of Analysis of Financial Market Issues at DG Internal Market and Services, European Commission View all the speakers here http://www.iiea.com/banking-union-conference
Views: 1161 IIEA1
Learning From Online Banking In Europe
 
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Excerpt from Forrester's Finance Forum 2007. Forrester Research Vice President Cliff Condon says online banking adoption in the US has been good — 37% of US consumers now bank online. But in markets like the Netherlands and Sweden, 55% of the population banks online. The unique online functionality and robust cross-channel strategies of European banks have driven more consumers online for their financial services. Aggressive US firms can distance themselves from their local competition by taking advantage of the best practices coming out of Europe. June 26, 2007 in New York. Forrester Research, Inc. (Nasdaq: FORR) is an independent technology and market research company that provides pragmatic and forward-thinking advice to global leaders in business and technology. For more than 24 years, Forrester has been making leaders successful every day through its proprietary research, consulting, events, and peer-to-peer executive programs. Learn more at www.forrester.com
Views: 4098 Forrester
European Banking Union Democracy, Technocracy and ... | Erik Jones - SAIS
 
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Conference at the European University Institute on European Banking Union: Democracy, Technocracy and the State of Integration Scientific Organisers: Pepper D. Culpepper, Stefan Grundmann, Adrienne Héritier, Hans-W. Micklitz European University Institute Sala Europa, Villa Schifanoia Via Boccaccio, 121 – Firenze 22-23 May 2015 ■ Context In 2012, at the height of the sovereign debt crisis, European decision makers decided that the next step in developing an ever closer union involved the formation of banking union (BU). Now that the banking union has taken shape, this conference will bring together social scientists from several disciplines to discuss the nature of the political processes that gave rise to the banking union. Which players were involved, and with what consequences, in the different stages of the decision-making process? To what extent has there been a trade-off between efficient problem solving, on the one hand, and democratic legitimation through an open political process, on the other? One important goal of the reform was to break the dangerous link between government debt and national banks buying government bonds to finance this debt. In June 2014 member states and the European Parliament decided to create a single resolution mechanism (SRM), the second building block of the BU, after the first step of the single supervision mechanism (SSM) had been introduced in 2013 to create a unified system to handle banks in crisis. The political decision-making that resulted in the two mechanisms involved difficult bargaining between governments with diverging preferences, particularly with respect to the mutual insurance of bank deposits in case of bank failure, but also as regards the distribution of decision-making competences under both the SSM and the SRM. Three conflicts of interest emerged: between debtor and creditor states; between member states favouring a centralization of competences and member states resisting centralization in the supervision and resolution; and between stakeholders of banks and of governments trying to protect the interests of taxpayers. Understanding how the institutional arrangements adopted reflect these tensions, and how these tensions are likely to influence the future functioning of the BU, is a central intellectual concern of the conference. A second major theme is the relationship between technocratic governance and democratic oversight. The SSM was introduced on the basis of a unanimity vote of member states. The European Parliament gave its support after it had been granted more powers than originally envisaged over the appointment of top officials at the new single supervisor and after obtaining better access to information from the ECB in its supervision of banks. In the case of the resolution of failing banks, the decision-process still significantly involves national decision-makers. Burden sharing in rescuing or resolving a failed bank has been watered down. While bail-in rules will first burden bond-holders with more costs of a failure, in a further step member governments will be financially responsible. The mutual rescue fund of 55 billion Euros is relatively small and will be built up over 8 years. The upshot of the modest SRM compromise is that the ECB is indirectly gaining more competences, because it is under more pressure to correctly assess banks balance sheets in the supervision of banks so that they can withstand another shock. The organization of the panels draws on the specific expertise of invited participants to shed light on these general issues at the intersection of law, politics, and economics. A first panel focuses on technocratic and centralized decision making in the BU, emphasizing the process and its particular constitutive element for the building of a new European banking union. The second session considers the inherent constitutional dimension of the project, comparing the BU as a step of constitutionalisation to the EU constitution building after the establishment of the competition order in the 1960s and 1970s. The two afternoon panels on Friday look into the overall systemic impact of the deepening of integration through the BU: what are the consequences for the overall institutional architecture of the EU, in particular as regards the democratic legitimation in the EU? The Saturday panel returns to how the political play of power in building the BU will influence its likely functioning, and the final roundtable takes two different disciplinary perspectives to anticipate the future functioning and potential dysfunctions of the banking union.
Euro Crisis: Future of EU, banking and global economy - conference keynote speaker
 
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http://www.globalchange.com Future economic crisis, bankrupt banks, national debt crisis, default on debt, leaving the euro -- big issues facing European Union. Sensitivities in Germany, Spain, Italy, France, Portugal and Ireland. Impact of quantitative easing -- printing money -- in US and UK. Risks of inflation -- lessons from history, Zimbabwe. Governments buying own debt with printed money. Role of European Central Bank in driving economic recovery, and keeping European banks solvent. Future of the Eurozone, and complications from nationalist interests. Future of oil prices -- impact of global demographics. 1 billion children alive today and hundreds of millions moving from rural areas to cities in nations such as China, India and Nigeria. Futurist conference keynote speaker Patrick Dixon - at EEN business school in Salamanca, Spain.
RBR | SSBE18 | Interviews
 
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For more information about RBR's next Self-Service Banking Europe conference please visit www.rbrlondon.com/ssbe
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Europe - International Subsidiary Banking | HSBC US Commercial Banking
 
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HSBC US Commercial Banking: https://www.us.hsbc.com/1/2/home/business/international-banking “The scale of opportunity for U.S. companies doing business in Europe is quite significant” says Cate Luzio, Executive Vice President & Global Co-Head of International Subsidiary Banking at HSBC. With a presence in over 20 European countries and a comprehensive banking network, HSBC is able to support your commercial banking needs as you grow internationally and inter-regionally. Our expertise in trade and receivables finance, cash management, and financing are paired with a thorough understanding of international culture dynamics and language; when combined, these skills are critical in supporting your inbound and outbound business operations. Learn more as Cate Luzio describes how U.S. businesses can leverage European subsidiary opportunities abroad with HSBC’s commercial banking solutions. © HSBC Bank USA, N.A. 2017. All Rights Reserved. Member FDIC
Views: 1070 HSBC US
European Banking Union Democracy, Technocracy and  ... | Karel Lannoo - CEPS
 
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Conference at the European University Institute on European Banking Union: Democracy, Technocracy and the State of Inte gration Scientific Organisers: Pepper D. Culpepper, Stefan Grundmann, Adrienne Héritier, Hans-W. Micklitz European University Institute Sala Europa, Villa Schifanoia Via Boccaccio, 121 – Firenze 22-23 May 2015 ■ Context In 2012, at the height of the sovereign debt crisis, European decision makers decided that the next step in developing an ever closer union involved the formation of banking union (BU). Now that the banking union has taken shape, this conference will bring together social scientists from several disciplines to discuss the nature of the political processes that gave rise to the banking union. Which players were involved, and with what consequences, in the different stages of the decision-making process? To what extent has there been a trade-off between efficient problem solving, on the one hand, and democratic legitimation through an open political process, on the other? One important goal of the reform was to break the dangerous link between government debt and national banks buying government bonds to finance this debt. In June 2014 member states and the European Parliament decided to create a single resolution mechanism (SRM), the second building block of the BU, after the first step of the single supervision mechanism (SSM) had been introduced in 2013 to create a unified system to handle banks in crisis. The political decision-making that resulted in the two mechanisms involved difficult bargaining between governments with diverging preferences, particularly with respect to the mutual insurance of bank deposits in case of bank failure, but also as regards the distribution of decision-making competences under both the SSM and the SRM. Three conflicts of interest emerged: between debtor and creditor states; between member states favouring a centralization of competences and member states resisting centralization in the supervision and resolution; and between stakeholders of banks and of governments trying to protect the interests of taxpayers. Understanding how the institutional arrangements adopted reflect these tensions, and how these tensions are likely to influence the future functioning of the BU, is a central intellectual concern of the conference. A second major theme is the relationship between technocratic governance and democratic oversight. The SSM was introduced on the basis of a unanimity vote of member states. The European Parliament gave its support after it had been granted more powers than originally envisaged over the appointment of top officials at the new single supervisor and after obtaining better access to information from the ECB in its supervision of banks. In the case of the resolution of failing banks, the decision-process still significantly involves national decision-makers. Burden sharing in rescuing or resolving a failed bank has been watered down. While bail-in rules will first burden bond-holders with more costs of a failure, in a further step member governments will be financially responsible. The mutual rescue fund of 55 billion Euros is relatively small and will be built up over 8 years. The upshot of the modest SRM compromise is that the ECB is indirectly gaining more competences, because it is under more pressure to correctly assess banks balance sheets in the supervision of banks so that they can withstand another shock. The organization of the panels draws on the specific expertise of invited participants to shed light on these general issues at the intersection of law, politics, and economics. A first panel focuses on technocratic and centralized decision making in the BU, emphasizing the process and its particular constitutive element for the building of a new European banking union. The second session considers the inherent constitutional dimension of the project, comparing the BU as a step of constitutionalisation to the EU constitution building after the establishment of the competition order in the 1960s and 1970s. The two afternoon panels on Friday look into the overall systemic impact of the deepening of integration through the BU: what are the consequences for the overall institutional architecture of the EU, in particular as regards the democratic legitimation in the EU? The Saturday panel returns to how the political play of power in building the BU will influence its likely functioning, and the final roundtable takes two different disciplinary perspectives to anticipate the future functioning and potential dysfunctions of the banking union.
European Banking Union Democracy, Technocracy and ... | Stefan Grundmann - EUI
 
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Conference at the European University Institute on European Banking Union: Democracy, Technocracy and the State of Inte gration Scientific Organisers: Pepper D. Culpepper, Stefan Grundmann, Adrienne Héritier, Hans-W. Micklitz European University Institute Sala Europa, Villa Schifanoia Via Boccaccio, 121 – Firenze 22-23 May 2015 ■ Context In 2012, at the height of the sovereign debt crisis, European decision makers decided that the next step in developing an ever closer union involved the formation of banking union (BU). Now that the banking union has taken shape, this conference will bring together social scientists from several disciplines to discuss the nature of the political processes that gave rise to the banking union. Which players were involved, and with what consequences, in the different stages of the decision-making process? To what extent has there been a trade-off between efficient problem solving, on the one hand, and democratic legitimation through an open political process, on the other? One important goal of the reform was to break the dangerous link between government debt and national banks buying government bonds to finance this debt. In June 2014 member states and the European Parliament decided to create a single resolution mechanism (SRM), the second building block of the BU, after the first step of the single supervision mechanism (SSM) had been introduced in 2013 to create a unified system to handle banks in crisis. The political decision-making that resulted in the two mechanisms involved difficult bargaining between governments with diverging preferences, particularly with respect to the mutual insurance of bank deposits in case of bank failure, but also as regards the distribution of decision-making competences under both the SSM and the SRM. Three conflicts of interest emerged: between debtor and creditor states; between member states favouring a centralization of competences and member states resisting centralization in the supervision and resolution; and between stakeholders of banks and of governments trying to protect the interests of taxpayers. Understanding how the institutional arrangements adopted reflect these tensions, and how these tensions are likely to influence the future functioning of the BU, is a central intellectual concern of the conference. A second major theme is the relationship between technocratic governance and democratic oversight. The SSM was introduced on the basis of a unanimity vote of member states. The European Parliament gave its support after it had been granted more powers than originally envisaged over the appointment of top officials at the new single supervisor and after obtaining better access to information from the ECB in its supervision of banks. In the case of the resolution of failing banks, the decision-process still significantly involves national decision-makers. Burden sharing in rescuing or resolving a failed bank has been watered down. While bail-in rules will first burden bond-holders with more costs of a failure, in a further step member governments will be financially responsible. The mutual rescue fund of 55 billion Euros is relatively small and will be built up over 8 years. The upshot of the modest SRM compromise is that the ECB is indirectly gaining more competences, because it is under more pressure to correctly assess banks balance sheets in the supervision of banks so that they can withstand another shock. The organization of the panels draws on the specific expertise of invited participants to shed light on these general issues at the intersection of law, politics, and economics. A first panel focuses on technocratic and centralized decision making in the BU, emphasizing the process and its particular constitutive element for the building of a new European banking union. The second session considers the inherent constitutional dimension of the project, comparing the BU as a step of constitutionalisation to the EU constitution building after the establishment of the competition order in the 1960s and 1970s. The two afternoon panels on Friday look into the overall systemic impact of the deepening of integration through the BU: what are the consequences for the overall institutional architecture of the EU, in particular as regards the democratic legitimation in the EU? The Saturday panel returns to how the political play of power in building the BU will influence its likely functioning, and the final roundtable takes two different disciplinary perspectives to anticipate the future functioning and potential dysfunctions of the banking union.
Second ESRB Annual Conference -  Session 1: The challenges and future of banking in the EU
 
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The EU banking system is facing challenges as a result of intense competition from banks and other financial institutions, technological innovations such as FinTech and the low interest rate environment. In this session, experts from academia, the supervisory community and industry providde their insights on this topic. Chair: Andrea Enria, EBA Speakers: Thorsten Beck, Cass Business School Presentation José Antonio García Cantera, Banco Santander Pentti Hakkarainen, ECB SSM Heikki Ilkka, Nordea Group