Please find further information in the programme (pdf) and below the conference videos (German/English).
Panel I: The Banking Union in the Context of the EU-crisis
What is the strategic purpose of the Banking Union in the context of the overall crisis management? How does the Banking Union relate to other major issues of financial reform? How is the configuration of interest among the major players?
- Prof. Dominique Plihon, University Paris XIII
- Lucas Zeise, Finance Columnist, Frankfurt/M.
Panel II: Euro-Supervision
Requirements for supervision / Does the new proposal meet the requirements? / Is the attachment to the ECB the right approach? / Probable scenarios for 2013/14
- Prof. Mario Tonveronachi, University of Siena
- Christoph Crüwell BAFIN
- Ute Meienberg,UNI Europa, Banking Stakeholder Group
Panel III: Prevention: how to build a resilient & sustainable banking system
Prevention versus resolution: recovery and resolutio plans / Structural reforms to tackle; too big, too interconnected, too complex to fail too complex to manage, to supervise and to regulate / Universal banking or separation of commercial and investment banking / Splitting good from bad investment banking activities
- Prof. Laurence Scialom, University Paris Ouest
- Dr. Rainer Stollhof, SPD Project on Financial Regulation
Panel IV: Crisis resolution: the recovery and resolution tools
Recovery phase: automatic triggers or discretionary triggers / Resolution phase: Triggers: fail or likely to fail; bail-in bonds, bridge bank, good banks and bad banks, resolution fund / When a bank can and cannot fail? How to prevent bank runs: who pays? / The German “Mini-Volcker Rule”
- Christophe J. Nijdam, Equity research analyst, Paris
- Duncan Lindo, Research Consultant, Finance Watch
Conclusion from civil society perspective
- Thierry Philipponat, Finance Watch
- Peter Wahl, WEED
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