With the international financial crisis of 2007-09, a new era for thinking about financial regulation emerged that transformed our understanding of risk-management and financial stability. The subsequent Eurozone crisis reinforced the view that the European financial system remains vulnerable if the single market is being governed by heterogeneous regulatory requirement. Our 3rd annual conference hosted jointly with Oliver Wyman aims to advance our understanding of how well the new EU regulatory efforts contribute to stable and sustained growth in Europe.
Klaus Regling, Chief Executive Officer, European Financial Stability Facility and Managing Director, European Stability Mechanism
Panel I: Current Status of and Perspectives on Regulation in Europe
Chair: Ignazio Angeloni, European Central Bank, Member of the Supervisory Board
Douglas Elliott, Partner, Oliver Wyman
Miranda Xafa, Senior Fellow, CIGI
Mark Yallop, Chair, FICC Markets Standards Board
Nicolas Véron, Senior Fellow, Bruegel and Visiting Fellow, Peterson Institute for International Economics
Panel II: Is Bank Regulation Appropriately Balancing Safety and Growth
Chair: Andrea Enria, Chairman, European Banking Authority
Jose Manuel Gonzalez-Paramo, Executive Board member, BBVA
Mauro Grande, Director of Strategy and Policy Coordination, Single Resolution Board
Malcolm Knight, Distinguished Fellow, CIGI
Reza Moghadam, Vice Chairman for Global Capital Markets, Morgan Stanley
Panel III: How can EU Macroprudential Policy Protect Growth?
Chair: Sir Hector Sants, Partner and Vice Chairman, Oliver Wyman
Stefano Del Punta, Chief Financial Officer, Intesa Sanpaolo
Paolo Garonna, Secretary General, Italian Banking, Insurance and Finance Federation
Michel Pébereau, President MJP Conseil
Peter Beshar, Executive Vice President and General Counsel, Marsh & McLennan
Networking and Dinner
Malcolm D. Knight is a CIGI Distinguished Fellow. He is also deputy chair of the board of directors of Payments Canada, visiting professor of finance at the London School of Economics and a director of the Global Risk Institute in Financial Services.
Miranda Xafa is a CIGI senior fellow. Miranda focuses on sovereign debt crises and drawing lessons from the Greek debt restructuring for future debt crises. Previously she served as a member of the executive board of the IMF in Washington, DC.