EBI List of Presentations

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EBI List of Presentations

No.Author/sTitleConference
Prof. Dr. Eddy Wymeersch The implementation of Banking Union by the supervisors EBI Policy Conference (Frankfurt am Main, 14 November 2019)
Dr. Christian OssigEBI Policy Conference (Frankfurt am Main, 14 November 2019)
Mr. Pentti HakkarainenEBI Policy Conference (Frankfurt am Main, 14 November 2019)
Prof. Dr. Luis MoraisEBI Policy Conference (Frankfurt am Main, 14 November 2019)
Prof. Dr. Keith KuesterEBI Policy Conference (Frankfurt am Main, 14 November 2019)
Drs. Han de JongEBI Policy Conference (Frankfurt am Main, 14 November 2019)
Mr. Benoit MojonEBI Policy Conference (Frankfurt am Main, 14 November 2019)
Mr. Juergen SchaafEBI Policy Conference (Frankfurt am Main, 14 November 2019)
Prof. Dr. Klaas KnotEBI Policy Conference (Frankfurt am Main, 14 November 2019)
Prof. Dr. Jan Pieter KrahnenEBI Policy Conference (Frankfurt am Main, 14 November 2019)
Mr. Nicola GiammarioliEBI Policy Conference (Frankfurt am Main, 14 November 2019)
Dr. Thomas GstädtnerEBI Policy Conference (Frankfurt am Main, 14 November 2019)
Dr. Joerg Kukies EBI Policy Conference (Frankfurt am Main, 14 November 2019)
264Mr. Roberto SperanzaGoverning Financial InstitutionsInternational Summer School Banking&Capital Markets Law: Opening Conference (Milan, 22 July 2019)
263Mr. Floris MreijenGoverning Financial InstitutionsInternational Summer School Banking&Capital Markets Law: Opening Conference (Milan, 22 July 2019)
262Prof. Dott. Dr. h.c. Guido FerrariniGoverning Financial InstitutionsInternational Summer School Banking&Capital Markets Law: Opening Conference (Milan, 22 July 2019)
261Dr. Carmine Di NoiaGoverning Financial InstitutionsInternational Summer School Banking&Capital Markets Law: Opening Conference (Milan, 22 July 2019)
260Ms. Seána CunninghamGoverning Financial InstitutionsInternational Summer School Banking&Capital Markets Law: Opening Conference (Milan, 22 July 2019)
259Ms. Magda BiancoGoverning Financial InstitutionsInternational Summer School Banking&Capital Markets Law: Opening Conference (Milan, 22 July 2019)
258Prof. Douglas W. ArnerGoverning Financial InstitutionsInternational Summer School Banking&Capital Markets Law: Opening Conference (Milan, 22 July 2019)
257Mr. Michael TaylorFinancial Regulation: Lessons from Asia - Why Asia missed the global financial crisis and will next time be different?CIRSF Annual International Conference 2019 (Lisbon, 4 July 2019)
256Prof. Dr. Christos GortsosAn evaluation of the Banking Union and the missing elements towards its completionCIRSF Annual International Conference 2019 (Lisbon, 4 July 2019)
255Mr. Patrick MontagnerIs the Single Market Built for Policyholders and Consumers? CIRSF Annual International Conference 2019 (Lisbon, 4 July 2019)
254Mr. Gabriel BernardinoHow to Win the Future: Ready to ChangeCIRSF Annual International Conference 2019 (Lisbon, 4 July 2019)
253Mr. Felix HufeldRegulation and Supervision of the Insurance Sector: New Opportunities and Challenges AheadCIRSF Annual International Conference 2019 (Lisbon, 4 July 2019)
252Ms. Carmine Di NoiaThe EU Regulatory and Supervisory Framework for Capital Markets: What’s Next?CIRSF Annual International Conference 2019 (Lisbon, 4 July 2019)
251Prof. Eddy WymeerschRegulatory adjustments in the run-up to BrexitCIRSF Annual International Conference 2019 (Lisbon, 4 July 2019)
250Mr. Fernando RestoyAn Effective Crisis Management Framework in Europe: What Else is Needed?CIRSF Annual International Conference 2019 (Lisbon, 4 July 2019)
249Mr. Luís Máximo dos SantosBanking conduct supervision – Key challenges a decade after the financial crisisCIRSF Annual International Conference 2019 (Lisbon, 4 July 2019)
248Mr. Olivier GuersentThe Future for EU Investors and Depositors: A European Commission PerspectiveCIRSF Annual International Conference 2019 (Lisbon, 4 July 2019)
247Ms. Elisa FerreiraBanking Union: Crossing an Unstable BridgeCIRSF Annual International Conference 2019 (Lisbon, 4 July 2019)
246Dr. Elke KönigBank Resolution in the EU: Progress and ChallengesCIRSF Annual International Conference 2019 (Lisbon, 4 July 2019)
245Mr. Andrea EnriaIs Less More? Profitability and Consolidation in the European Banking SectorCIRSF Annual International Conference 2019 (Lisbon, 4 July 2019)
244Mr. Luis de GuindosMacroprudential Policy - Ten Years After the CrisisCIRSF Annual International Conference 2019 (Lisbon, 4 July 2019)
243Ms. Margarida Corrêa de AguiarEuropean Supervisory Convergence: Challenges and PrioritiesCIRSF Annual International Conference 2019 (Lisbon, 4 July 2019)
242Ms. Gabriela Figueiredo DiasCapital Markets Union – Still a Possibility?CIRSF Annual International Conference 2019 (Lisbon, 4 July 2019)
241Prof. Luís Silva MoraisKey topics and goals of the 2019 CIRSF Conference – Where do we stand in terms of the reformed post-crisis financial supervisionCIRSF Annual International Conference 2019 (Lisbon, 4 July 2019)
240Mr. Matei Kubinschi / Ms. Alina ZahariaUncovering the dynamic relationship between credit and economic growth in RomaniaInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
239Ms. Maria Alexandra CristeaLending evolution in Romania from the perspective of Prudential Regulations or how can the banking system be helped by financial crisisInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
238Mr. Ştefan Cătălin TopliceanuThe competition between traditional power centers and emerging powersInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
237Ms. Oona VoicanUsing Data Mining methods to solve classification problems in financial-banking institutionsInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
236Ms. Fatima Zohra MaroufCredit risk in Algerian public banks: Exploratory studyInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
235Prof. Alin Andrieș, PhD / Ms. Florentina Melnic, PhDThe nexus between macroprudential policy and credit growthInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
234Prof. Hilmar Þór Hilmarsson, PhDThe Nordic-Baltic region: European integration and security concernsInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
233Ass. Prof. Elena Valentina Țilică, PhDBioeconomy and bioeconomics: are they the same thing?International Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
232Ms. Ruxandra TrifanThe impact of dividend events on stock returns: Preliminary findings on companies listed on the Bucharest Stock ExchangeInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
231Assoc. Prof. Meral Kagitci, PhDThe financial performance analysis of the listed companies from oil sector. A comparative analysisInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
230Mr. Dan Lupu. PhD / Mr. Dumitru Nicușor CărăușuBusiness cycles synchronization in CEE countries: evidence from wavelet analysisInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
229Ms. Cristina GanjaThe liquidity premium: evidence from the Polish stock marketInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
228Ms. Liliana Simionescu, PhD / Prof. Dalina Dumitrescu, PhDCorporate Social Responsibility and environmental metrics for companies listed Bucharest Stock ExchangeInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
227Ms. Ligia IacobescuIntegration impact on stock price informativenessInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
226Assoc. Prof. Andreea Curmei-Semenescu, PhD / Ass. Prof. Dragoș Ştefan Oprea, PhD / Assoc. Prof. Cătălin Curmei, PhDCan good corporate governance limit bank performance fluctuations in unstable economic environment?International Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
225Assoc. Prof. Iustina Boitan, PhD / Prof. Emilia Cămpeanu, PhDTesting the incidence of social inclusion on sustainable developmentInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
224Ms. Cosmina-Ştefania ChiricuEconomic growth and impact of social and economic factors in the Baltic StatesInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
223Ms. Carmen Pirvan / Prof. Ileana Nișulescu-Ashrafzade, PhDPoverty and inequality as predictors of corruptionInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
222Ms. Alina Ioana Calinovici / Mr. Florin CosteaInfluence of public policies indicators upon entrepreneurial activityInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
221Ms. Milena KowalskaThe relationship between income inequalities and economic growth – new evidenceInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
220Mr. Nicolae-Bogdan IancHow can culture affect taxation? Evidences from both advanced and developing countriesInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
219Assoc. Prof. Bogdan Florin Filip, PhDDeterminants of public debt. The case of the European Union countriesInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
218Mr. Andrei Stănculescu, PhDA discussion on basic investment alternativesInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
217Ms. Rodica Baciu / Prof. Petre Brezeanu, PhD / Mr. Adrian Şimon, PhDThe impact of bank credit on financial structure and financial return for the Romanian companies active in car parts distributionInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
216Ass. Prof. Faruk Dayi, PhD / Mr. Resit Cetinkaya, PhDEffect of liquidity on liabilities: an application in automotive companiesInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
215Prof. Cosmin Enache, PhD / Assoc. Prof. Sorin Gabriel Anton, PhDThe role of CEO background in explaining executive compensation. A study of U.S. listed firmsInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
214Mr. Rafał Siedlecki, PhD / Ms. Agnieszka Bem, PhD / Mr. Paweł Prędkiewicz, PhDNon-profit hospitals valuation. Community benefit-based approachInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
213Mr. Hanaan YaseenDoes social progress explain the dividend payout decision?International Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
212Assoc. Prof. Ana-Cristina Nicolescu, PhD / Ms. Sorana Vătavu, PhDRevisiting firm value determinants: US firms` analysisInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
211Assoc. Prof. Dan Costin Nițescu, PhD / Mr. Florin Alexandru Dună / Ms. Adriana Daniela CiurelBanking sector and bank liquidity – key actors within financial crises?International Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
210Mr. Whelsy BoungouNegative interest rates, bank profitability and risk-takingInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
209Prof. Marilen Pirtea, PhD / Mr. Claudiu Boțoc, PhD / Mr. Alexandru BociuLeading the Fintech investments: an empirical country analysisInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
208Dr. Matthias PetrasIncreasing profitability through contingent convertible capital. Empirical evidence from European banksInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
207Prof. Alin Andrieș, PhD / Mr. Nicu SprînceanThe impact of central bank independence on systemic risk contribution. Evidence from a global sample of banksInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
206Dr. Arndt-Gerrit Kund / Dr. Daniel RugiloAssessing the implications of IFRS 9 on financial stability using bankstress testsInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
205Dr. Haifa AlhamdaniAn analysis of Dubai’s banking sector performance: Are foreign banks more efficient than domestic banks?International Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
204Mr. Andrei Stănculescu, PhDInherent inefficiencies of the financial system in RomaniaInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
203Assoc. Prof. Laura-Elly Naghi, PhD / Ms. Adina Alexandra Darmaz-GuzunImpact of Romanian fiscal regulation on the evolution of BVB indexesInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
202Ass. Prof. Dan Gabriel Anghel, PhDMarket-level sports sentiment: the case of the Romanian frontier stockmarketInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
201Ass. Prof. Faruk Dayi, PhD / Assoc. Prof. Tolga Ulusoy, PhDComparing airlines firms’ value in terms of activity ratiosInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
200Ms. Daiana Florina Petrescu / Prof. Alexandru Todea, PhDGenetic diversity and stock price informativenessInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
199Prof. Andreea Stoian, PhD / Mr Filip Iorgulescu, PhDFiscal policy and stock market efficiency: What can be learned from a European stock marketInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
198Dr. Alia Afzal / Prof. Dr. Philipp SibbertsenModeling fractional cointegration between high and low stock prices in Asian countriesInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
197Assoc. Prof. Attila György, PhDEffects of changing the balancing formula of Romanian local budgetsInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
196Assoc. Prof. Lucian Țățu, PhD / Assoc. Prof. Nicoleta Vintilă, PhD / Prof. Andreea Stoian, PhD / Assoc. Prof. Emilian Miricescu, PhDHow a flat taxrate can generate too much progressivityInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
195Ms. Oana Ramona Glont / Assoc. Prof. Iulia Para, PhDMilitary expenditures relevance for economic development: evidence for EU countriesInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
194Ms. Lavinia Daniela Mihiț / Prof. Nicoleta Claudia Moldovan, PhD / Assoc. Prof. Oana-Ramona Lobonț, PhDThe benefits and downsides of measuring public sector performance nowadaysInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
193Prof. Petru Ştefea, PhD / Mr. Alexandru Bociu / Assoc. Prof. Andrei Pelin, PhD / Assoc. Prof. Oana-Ramona Lobonț, PhDPublic sector performance orientation: relevant areas that influence the performance levelInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
192Prof. Georgeta Vintilă, PhD / Mr Ştefan Cristian Gherghina, PhD / Mr. Radin Alin Păunescu, PhDA panel data approach towards the drivers of effective corporate tax rate. Empirical evidence on emerging European countriesInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
191Ms. Klaudia Jarno, PhD / Prof. Kamilla Marchewka-Bartkowiak, PhDRevenues of the EU ETS auctioning and their impact on budgetary allocation-the case of PolandInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
190Mr. Hanaan YaseenClassical factors still influence significantly the dividend policy. An international evidenceInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
189Mr. Andrei Alexandru TărăbîcDefining the concept of risk applied in entrepreneurship. Conceptual delimitation risk -entrepreneurial uncertaintyInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
188Prof. Victor Dragotă, PhDEgalitarianism, hierarchy, and dividend policyInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
187Mr. Mihai PrecupThe exit behavior of private equity firms in Eastern Europe: an empirical analysis of the main exit strategiesInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
186Prof. Ovidiu Stoica, PhD / Ms. Valentina Diana Rusu, PhD / Prof. Angela Roman, PhDQuality of governance institutions and entrepreneurial activity: an empirical assessment for EU countriesInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
185Ms. Agnieszka Bem, PhD / Mr. Rafał Siedlecki, PhD / Mr. Paweł Prędkiewicz, PhD / Ms. Paulina Ucieklak-Jeż, PhD Determinants of hospital’s financial distressInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
184Prof. Hilmar Þór Hilmarsson, PhDDoes the world need an international investment organization to battle climate change?International Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
183Assoc. Prof. Paul Tănăsescu, PhDRomanian policy of healthInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
182Ms. Elda Marzai (Abliz)Bancassurance between MiFID II and IDDInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
181Mr. Costin Andrei IstrateThe effects of Solvency II on the Romanian insurance marketInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
180Ms. Aurora Elena Dina (Manolache)Solvency capital requirements for a Romanian non-life insurer under Solvency II and Risk-Based Capital frameworksInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
179Assoc. Prof. Laura-Elly Naghi, PhD / Ms. Nicoleta RaduInternational solutions for management of natural catastrophes risksInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
178Assoc. Prof. Bogdan-Andrei Dumitrescu, PhD / Ms. Andreea Elena Drăghia, PhDThe pension formula in Romania –inefficiencies and possible solutionsInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
177Prof. Ingrid-Mihaela Dragotă, PhD / Ass. Prof. Cosmin Octavian Cepoi, PhDEffects of country-specific determinants on the size of life insurance market: new evidence from OECD countries based on panel quantile regression approachInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
176Prof. Jaap Spronk, PhDStructuring financial decisions in the dynamic network societyInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
175Prof. Juana Pulgar Ezquerra, PhDThe European banking resolution mechanism: challengesInternational Finance and Banking Conference FI BA 2019 (Bucharest, 28/29 March 2019)
174Dr. Noel McGrathBitcoin as PropertyAddressing the Global Challenge of Responsive FinTech Regulation (Dublin, 8 March 2019)
173Prof. Dr. Sebastian OmlorDigitization of Money and Currency under German and EU LawAddressing the Global Challenge of Responsive FinTech Regulation (Dublin, 8 March 2019)
172Mr. Nic Carter/Dr. Konstantinos StylianouCalculating Market Shares of CryptoassetsAddressing the Global Challenge of Responsive FinTech Regulation (Dublin, 8 March 2019)
171Prof. Dr. Florian MösleinLegal Boundaries of Blockchain Technologies: Smart Contracts as Self-HelpAddressing the Global Challenge of Responsive FinTech Regulation (Dublin, 8 March 2019)
170Mr. Nikita DivissenkoTowards an Optimal Regulation of Innovative Markets: An Example of Responsive Regulation of Blockchain Technology-driven Innovation in Retail Payment SystemsAddressing the Global Challenge of Responsive FinTech Regulation (Dublin, 8 March 2019)
169Prof. Alistair MilneRegulation of Loan-based Crowdfunding in the US, China, the UK and other Countries: Implications for the EUAddressing the Global Challenge of Responsive FinTech Regulation (Dublin, 8 March 2019)
168Prof. Dr. Jan BiemansThe Need for the Private Regulation of CrowdfundingAddressing the Global Challenge of Responsive FinTech Regulation (Dublin, 8 March 2019)
167Ms. Martha BuitConsumer Peer-to-Peer Lending: Towards an Effective Legal Framework for Platforms?Addressing the Global Challenge of Responsive FinTech Regulation (Dublin, 8 March 2019)
166Prof. Deirdre AhernOpportunity-based Regulation: The Signalling Function of the Regulatory Sandbox for FinTech InnovationAddressing the Global Challenge of Responsive FinTech Regulation (Dublin, 8 March 2019)
165Prof. Hillary J. AllenRegulatory SandboxesAddressing the Global Challenge of Responsive FinTech Regulation (Dublin, 8 March 2019)
164Dr. Eugenia MacchiavelloCross-sectoral Approachesin Financial Regulation and FinTechAddressing the Global Challenge of Responsive FinTech Regulation (Dublin, 8 March 2019)
163Prof. Emilios AvgouleasThe Future of Cryptoassets: From Blowing Bubbles to Proprietary Payment SystemsAddressing the Global Challenge of Responsive FinTech Regulation (Dublin, 8 March 2019)
162Prof. Dr. Danny Busch / Ms. Iris Palm-SteyerbergFit and proper requirements in the EU Financial Sector - Towards more cross-sectoral harmonization?EBI Global Annual Conference on Banking Regulation (Frankfurt a/M, 21/22 February 2019)
161Mr. Alan D. MorrisonGovernance and culture in the banking sectorEBI Global Annual Conference on Banking Regulation (Frankfurt a/M, 21/22 February 2019)
160Mr. Derville RowlandInsights from the Review of Behaviour & Culture in the Irish Banking Sector - Why Culture MattersEBI Global Annual Conference on Banking Regulation (Frankfurt a/M, 21/22 February 2019)
159Mr. Lars HornufHow Do Banks Interact with Fintechs? Forms of Alliances and their impact on Bank ValueEBI Global Annual Conference on Banking Regulation (Frankfurt a/M, 21/22 February 2019)
158Prof. Douglas W. ArnerThe Road to RegTech: EU Big Bang II and the Future of Data Driven FinanceEBI Global Annual Conference on Banking Regulation (Frankfurt a/M, 21/22 February 2019)
157Prof. Dr. Wolf-Georg Ringe, M.Jur. (Oxon) / Mr. PatelThe dark side of bank resolution: counterparty risk through bail-inEBI Global Annual Conference on Banking Regulation (Frankfurt a/M, 21/22 February 2019)
156Mr. Danilo V. MasciaBail-in rules and the pricing of Italian bank bondsEBI Global Annual Conference on Banking Regulation (Frankfurt a/M, 21/22 February 2019)
155Mr. Luca Enriques / Mr. Thom WetzerNetwork-Sensitive Financial RegulationEBI Global Annual Conference on Banking Regulation (Frankfurt a/M, 21/22 February 2019)
154Mr. Jürgen Klaus / Mr. Eriks K. SelgaShaking the Capital Markets Tree; Euro Area Capital Market Sensitivity to Stakeholder Activities during the Negative Interest Rate RegimeEBI Global Annual Conference on Banking Regulation (Frankfurt a/M, 21/22 February 2019)
153Ms. Doriana CucinelliBank Business Model Migrations in Europe - Determinants and EffectsEBI Global Annual Conference on Banking Regulation (Frankfurt a/M, 21/22 February 2019)
152Mr. Rolf StrauchHow do we want the European banking sector to look in 10 years?EBI Global Annual Conference on Banking Regulation (Frankfurt a/M, 21/22 February 2019)
151Ms. Birgit HöpfnerEU-Verordnungen und -Richtlinien, Delegierte Rechtsakte, Leitlinien, nationales Recht: Wieviel Komplexität vertragen Rechtsunterworfene und Aufseher?Verhältnismäßigkeit und Subsidiarität in der Bankenaufsicht und - regulierung (Bonn, 24 January 2019 (BaFin and EBI))
150Mr. Simone GrilloBanca Popolare EticaWhat future for small commercial banks in Europe (Ljubljana, 18 October 2018)
149Prof. Dr. Bart P.M. JoosenSustainable Finance for Credit InstitutionsWhat future for small commercial banks in Europe (Ljubljana, 18 October 2018)
148Ms. Anja Rijavec UrsejBanks and FinTechWhat future for small commercial banks in Europe (Ljubljana, 18 October 2018)
147Ms. Martina KüsterSmall credit institutions and commercial banking for SMEs and natural personsWhat future for small commercial banks in Europe (Ljubljana, 18 October 2018)
146Dr. Christian OttoLess significant institutions in GermanyWhat future for small commercial banks in Europe (Ljubljana, 18 October 2018)
145Prof. Dr. Franjo ŠtiblarThe services of small banks for consumersWhat future for small commercial banks in Europe (Ljubljana, 18 October 2018)
144Ms. Damjana IglicProportionality in banking regulation and supervisionWhat future for small commercial banks in Europe (Ljubljana, 18 October 2018)
143Prof. Dr. Edgar LöwBooking models - an accounting point of viewEBI & BaFin: Brexit's Challenges and Opportunities for Foreign Financial Firms in Germany (Bonn, 8 June 2018)
142Ms. Jenny GiotakiBrexit and the Continuity of ContractsEBI & BaFin: Brexit's Challenges and Opportunities for Foreign Financial Firms in Germany (Bonn, 8 June 2018)
141Prof. Dr. Raffaele D'AmbrosioThe maintenance of structural and functional parallelism among ESAs despite the misalignment in the current and proposed allocation of supervisory tasksSupervision and Regulation of the Financial Sector in the EU and Worldwide - 2018 and Beyond (Lisbon, 6 June 2018)
140Ms. Verena RossTowards a genuine single European financial market - the role of regulation and supervisionSupervision and Regulation of the Financial Sector in the EU and Worldwide - 2018 and Beyond (Lisbon, 6 June 2018)
139Mr. Colin EllisAre European Authorities Credible? A Market perspectiveSupervision and Regulation of the Financial Sector in the EU and Worldwide - 2018 and Beyond (Lisbon, 6 June 2018)
138Prof. Dr. Christos Hadjiemmanuiln/aSupervision and Regulation of the Financial Sector in the EU and Worldwide - 2018 and Beyond (Lisbon, 6 June 2018)
137Mr. Jan Reinder De Carpentiern/aSupervision and Regulation of the Financial Sector in the EU and Worldwide - 2018 and Beyond (Lisbon, 6 June 2018)
136Dr. Frank GrundImplementation of Solvency II - The way forward for insurers and supervisorsSupervision and Regulation of the Financial Sector in the EU and Worldwide - 2018 and Beyond (Lisbon, 6 June 2018)
135Mr. Pentti HakkarainenThe digitalization of banking: supervisory implicationsSupervision and Regulation of the Financial Sector in the EU and Worldwide - 2018 and Beyond (Lisbon, 6 June 2018)
134Ms. Elisa FerreiraBanking Union at a crossroadsSupervision and Regulation of the Financial Sector in the EU and Worldwide - 2018 and Beyond (Lisbon, 6 June 2018)
133Prof. Rosa María LastraRegulatory Developments Impacting Central BankingSupervision and Regulation of the Financial Sector in the EU and Worldwide - 2018 and Beyond (Lisbon, 6 June 2018)
132Ms. Chiara ZilioliComplementarity and friction points: banking regulators and banking supervisors in the EU institutional structure*Supervision and Regulation of the Financial Sector in the EU and Worldwide - 2018 and Beyond (Lisbon, 6 June 2018)
131Prof. Charles GoodheartHave the Regulatory Authorities Done Enough?Supervision and Regulation of the Financial Sector in the EU and Worldwide - 2018 and Beyond (Lisbon, 6 June 2018)
130Mr. Andrea Enrian/aSupervision and Regulation of the Financial Sector in the EU and Worldwide - 2018 and Beyond (Lisbon, 6 June 2018)
129Mr. Gabriel BernardinoEuropean supervision in a changing environmentSupervision and Regulation of the Financial Sector in the EU and Worldwide - 2018 and Beyond (Lisbon, 6 June 2018)
128Prof. Luís Silva MoraisKey topics and goals of the 2018 CIRSF ConferenceSupervision and Regulation of the Financial Sector in the EU and Worldwide - 2018 and Beyond (Lisbon, 6 June 2018)
127Prof. Dr. Bart P.M. JoosenProportionality in SupervisionWorkshop on Proportionality in Banking Regulation (Brussels, 7 March 2018)
126Prof. Dr. Marco LamandiniThe principle of proportionality in regulationWorkshop on Proportionality in Banking Regulation (Brussels, 7 March 2018)
125Ms. Astrid Engel ThomasThe concept of proportionalityWorkshop on Proportionality in Banking Regulation (Brussels, 7 March 2018)
124Mr. Markus Ferber, MEPReflections around the concept of proportionalityWorkshop on Proportionality in Banking Regulation (Brussels, 7 March 2018)
123Mr. Fernando RestoyProportionality in Banking RegulationWorkshop on Proportionality in Banking Regulation (Brussels, 7 March 2018)
122Prof. Dr. Christos HadjiemmanuilReflections on the Concept of Propoertionality & Ist Implications for Banking RegulationWorkshop on Proportionality in Banking Regulation (Brussels, 7 March 2018)
121Prof. Dr. Dirk ZetzscheBlockchain, DLT & ICOsLegal and Practical Espects of Blockchain (Frankfurt a/M, 1 March 2018)
120Prof. André Prüm / Prof. Hossein NabilouShadow Banking in Europe: Idiosyncrasies and their Implications for RegulationEBI Global Annual Conference on Banking Regulation (Frankfurt a/M, 23/24 February 2018)
119Prof. Benjamin GevaBanking in the Digital AgeEBI Global Annual Conference on Banking Regulation (Frankfurt a/M, 23/24 February 2018)
118Prof. Dr. Wolf-Georg Ringe, M.Jur. (Oxon)The Irrelevance of Brexit for the European financial marketEBI Global Annual Conference on Banking Regulation (Frankfurt a/M, 23/24 February 2018)
117Prof. Eddy WymeerschTransition Brexit - EU in Financial RegulationEBI Global Annual Conference on Banking Regulation (Frankfurt a/M, 23/24 February 2018)
116Dr. Mathias Hanten / Dr. Osman SacarcelikAfter the Sunset: The impact of Brexit on EU market access for banks and investment firmsEBI Global Annual Conference on Banking Regulation (Frankfurt a/M, 23/24 February 2018)
115Prof Dott. Dr. h.c. Guido FerrariniBrexit and the OTC Derivatives Clearing: The Role of PoliticsEBI Global Annual Conference on Banking Regulation (Frankfurt a/M, 23/24 February 2018)
114Prof. Steven L. SchwarczBeyond Bankruptcy: Resolution as a Macroprudential Regulatory ToolEBI Global Annual Conference on Banking Regulation (Frankfurt a/M, 23/24 February 2018)
113Prof. Kitty LieverseStability, Flexibility and Proportionality: Towards a Two-Tiered European Banking Law?EBI Global Annual Conference on Banking Regulation (Frankfurt a/M, 23/24 February 2018)
112Dr. David Ramos MuñozPrinciples and the Law of FinanceEBI Global Annual Conference on Banking Regulation (Frankfurt a/M, 23/24 February 2018)
111Prof. Dr. Danny Busch / Mr. van Rijn Towards Single Supervision and Resolution of Systematically Important Non-Bank Financial Institutions in the European UnionBrexit Seminar: Legal Aspects of the Securities and Derivatives Markets (Brussels, 10 January 2018)
110Prof. Dr. Danny BuschRelocation of financial institutions following the UK's decision to leave the EUBrexit Seminar: Legal Aspects of the Securities and Derivatives Markets (Brussels, 10 January 2018)
109Prof. Dr. Rosa Maria LastraJudicial review of the ECB by the CJEUBrexit Seminar: Legal Aspects of the Securities and Derivatives Markets (Brussels, 10 January 2018)
108Prof. Dott. Dr. h.c. Guido FerrariniBrexit and OTC Derivatives Clearing - The Role of PoliticsBrexit Seminar: Legal Aspects of the Securities and Derivatives Markets (Brussels, 10 January 2018)
107Prof. Dr. Peter O. MuelbertEquivalence of third Country CCPsBrexit Seminar: Legal Aspects of the Securities and Derivatives Markets (Brussels, 10 January 2018)
106Prof. Dr. Marco Lamandini / Prof. Dr. David Ramos MuñozSupervisory systems after BrexitBrexit Seminar: Legal Aspects of the Securities and Derivatives Markets (Brussels, 10 January 2018)
105Prof. Dr. Matthias Lehmann / Prof. Dr. Christos HadjiemmanuilThe Framework for Private Law and Jurisdiction After BrexitBrexit Seminar: Legal Aspects of the Securities and Derivatives Markets (Brussels, 10 January 2018)
104Prof. Eddy WymeerschBrexit and EquivalenceBrexit Seminar: Legal Aspects of the Securities and Derivatives Markets (Brussels, 10 January 2018)
103Mr. Dimitrios GoranitisChallenges related to coordination among UK and EU banking supervisory and resolution authority after BrexitReflections on the cooperation between ECB/SRB and NCA/NRAs in the SSM/SRM (Talinn, 29 November 2017)
102Ms. Nadege JassaudInformation sharing, supervisory coordination and resolution planning on foreign banks with European activities and on European banks with foreign operationsReflections on the cooperation between ECB/SRB and NCA/NRAs in the SSM/SRM (Talinn, 29 November 2017)
101Mr. Yves HerinckxSRB and NRAs - the challenges to an effective judicial protection (EBI Tallinn 29-11-2017)Reflections on the cooperation between ECB/SRB and NCA/NRAs in the SSM/SRM (Talinn, 29 November 2017)
100Prof. Dr. Raffaele D'AmbrosioThe SSM and the SRM - Information sharing, confidentiality and disclosure to third partiesReflections on the cooperation between ECB/SRB and NCA/NRAs in the SSM/SRM (Talinn, 29 November 2017)
99Prof. Dr. Bart P.M. JoosenThe ECB/ NCAs coordination in the supverision of Sis under Article 6 SSMR and the Framework Regulation: procedural and judicial implications and the challenges posted by compound and common procedures Reflections on the cooperation between ECB/SRB and NCA/NRAs in the SSM/SRM (Talinn, 29 November 2017)
98Mr. Andreas WitteECB specific supervisory powers granted under national law not explicitly mentioned in Union law, ECB approach to corporate governance supervision and ECB power to give instructions to the NCAsReflections on the cooperation between ECB/SRB and NCA/NRAs in the SSM/SRM (Talinn, 29 November 2017)
97Dr. Karl-Philipp WojcikThe ECB and NCAs supervisory responsibilities over LSIs and as consolidated supvervisor - procedural and judicial implicationsReflections on the cooperation between ECB/SRB and NCA/NRAs in the SSM/SRM (Talinn, 29 November 2017)
96Prof. Dr. Filippo Annunziata / Prof. Marko LamandiniThe ECB exclusive competence, the relationship between Articles 4 and 6 SSMR and the implications of T-122/15 and the ECB implied competences under national lawReflections on the cooperation between ECB/SRB and NCA/NRAs in the SSM/SRM (Talinn, 29 November 2017)
95Mr. Jaak TörsMacroprudential supervision in practise: The example of Eesti Pank (n/a)Reflections on the cooperation between ECB/SRB and NCA/NRAs in the SSM/SRM (Talinn, 29 November 2017)
94Kilvar Kessler, B.A., LL.MNPLs as a European problem. Lessons from Estonia and the Estonian Presidency strategyReflections on the cooperation between ECB/SRB and NCA/NRAs in the SSM/SRM (Talinn, 29 November 2017)
93Prof. Concetta Brescia MorraThe interplay between the ECB and the NCAs in the "common procedures" under the SSM Regulation. Are there gaps in legal protection?Judicial review in the Banking Union and in the EU financial architecture* (Rome, 21 November 2017)
92Prof. Marco VentoruzzoEuropean Rules and Judicial Review in National Courts: Challenges and Questions (n/a)Judicial review in the Banking Union and in the EU financial architecture* (Rome, 21 November 2017)
91Prof. Enzo Moavero MilanesiSovereignty and judicial review. European courts and national juridsdictions (n/a)Judicial review in the Banking Union and in the EU financial architecture* (Rome, 21 November 2017)
90Prof. Luís Silva MoraisJudicial review and banking resolution regime - The evolving landscape and future prospects Judicial review in the Banking Union and in the EU financial architecture* (Rome, 21 November 2017)
89Prof. Dr. René SmitsInterplay of administrative review and judicial protection in European prudential supervision. Some issues and concernsJudicial review in the Banking Union and in the EU financial architecture* (Rome, 21 November 2017)
88Sir William BlairThe role of judicial review in the EU's financial architecture and the development of alternative remedies: the experience of the Board of Appeal of the ESA'sJudicial review in the Banking Union and in the EU financial architecture* (Rome, 21 November 2017)
87Prof. Dr. Manuel López EscuderoEU agencies and bodies in economic field: ECJ judicial controlJudicial review in the Banking Union and in the EU financial architecture* (Rome, 21 November 2017)
86Mr. Arthur van den Hurk/Prof. Dott. Michele SiriBanking Union and Financial ConglomeratesInternational Working Group on European Banking Union (Milan, 20 October 2017)
85Prof. Dott. Dr. h.c. Guido Ferrarini/Dott. Alberto Musso PiantelliBank Resolution and Path Dependence: The Italian ExperienceInternational Working Group on European Banking Union (Milan, 20 October 2017)
84Prof. Dr. Veerle ColaertDGSInternational Working Group on European Banking Union (Milan, 20 October 2017)
83Prof. Dott. Antonella Sciarrone Alibrandi/Prof. Dott. Claudio FrigeniBanking Union and Conduct RiskInternational Working Group on European Banking Union (Milan, 20 October 2017)
82Prof. Dr. Danny Busch/Ms. Annick TeubnerFit and proper testing within the SSMInternational Working Group on European Banking Union (Milan, 20 October 2017)
81Prof. Luís Silva MoraisProcedural safeguards and review of resolution measures also in light of practical experiences at national levelReflections on competent authorities’ “measures” in EU banking law (Malta, 9 June 2017)
80Prof. Dr. Ewa KlimaResolution planning – Legal framework and practical experienceReflections on competent authorities’ “measures” in EU banking law (Malta, 9 June 2017)
79Mr. Georg GruberRecovery planning – Legal framework and practical experienceReflections on competent authorities’ “measures” in EU banking law (Malta, 9 June 2017)
78Dr. Mario NavaProspects of reform for European banking regulation and supervision: from the Bank Reform Package to the White Paper and beyondReflections on competent authorities’ “measures” in EU banking law (Malta, 9 June 2017)
77Dr. David Ramos MuñozEarly intervention measures and judicial reviewReflections on competent authorities’ “measures” in EU banking law (Malta, 9 June 2017)
76Prof. Dr. Blanaid ClarkeThe set of supervisory measures under CRD IV and the SSM and SRM regulations and their use as early intervention measures (conditions for the application of both)Reflections on competent authorities’ “measures” in EU banking law (Malta, 9 June 2017)
75Prof. Dr. Christos HadjiemmanuilAdministrative measures, administrative sanctions and the allocation of responsibilities between the ECB and the NCAs within the SSMReflections on competent authorities’ “measures” in EU banking law (Malta, 9 June 2017)
74Prof. Dr. Raffaele D'AmbrosioThe fundamental distinction between supervisory decisions, administrative measures and administrative sanctionsReflections on competent authorities’ “measures” in EU banking law (Malta, 9 June 2017)
73Mr. Brendon PinchResolution planning: legal framework and practical experienceMajor Trends in Regulation and Supervision of Financial Sector - 2017 and Beyond (Lisbon, 1 June 2017)
72Prof. Dr. Veerle ColaertRecent trends in investor protection regulation (PRIIPs, MiFID II and IDD)Major Trends in Regulation and Supervision of Financial Sector - 2017 and Beyond (Lisbon, 1 June 2017)
71Ms. Josina KamerlingThe 2017 review of the European Supervisory Authorities (EBA/ESMA/EIOPA)Major Trends in Regulation and Supervision of Financial Sector - 2017 and Beyond (Lisbon, 1 June 2017)
70Prof. Dr. Danny BuschLiability of Financial Supervisors within the Single Supervisory MechanismMajor Trends in Regulation and Supervision of Financial Sector - 2017 and Beyond (Lisbon, 1 June 2017)
69Prof. Dr. Marco Lamandini / Prof. Dr. David Ramos MuñozHow to address NPLs: The experience of the Italian and Spanish banking sectors Major Trends in Regulation and Supervision of Financial Sector - 2017 and Beyond (Lisbon, 1 June 2017)
68Mr. Jan Reinder De CarpentierLegal complexities and challenges of the European resolution frameworkMajor Trends in Regulation and Supervision of Financial Sector - 2017 and Beyond (Lisbon, 1 June 2017)
67Mr. Pedro Gustavo TeixeraDevelopments in central banking accountability and transparencyMajor Trends in Regulation and Supervision of Financial Sector - 2017 and Beyond (Lisbon, 1 June 2017)
66Mr. Carlos da Silva CostaEvolução do quadro regulatório, estabilidade financeira e desenvolvimento económicoMajor Trends in Regulation and Supervision of Financial Sector - 2017 and Beyond (Lisbon, 1 June 2017)
65Mr. Fernando RestoyThe regulatory and supervisory agenda after the crisisMajor Trends in Regulation and Supervision of Financial Sector - 2017 and Beyond (Lisbon, 1 June 2017)
64Mr. Andrea EnriaNPLs in the banking sector –Where there is a will, there is a way: completing the repair of the banking sector in EuropeMajor Trends in Regulation and Supervision of Financial Sector - 2017 and Beyond (Lisbon, 1 June 2017)
63Mr. Carlos Montalvo RebueltaStatus and prospects of Insurance regulation and supervision:prudentialand conductdimensions.Major Trends in Regulation and Supervision of Financial Sector - 2017 and Beyond (Lisbon, 1 June 2017)
62Mr. Pentti HakkarainenBanking Union in 2017: How the world’s biggest banking sector (outside China) is supervisedMajor Trends in Regulation and Supervision of Financial Sector - 2017 and Beyond (Lisbon, 1 June 2017)
61Prof. Luís Silva MoraisGrandes tendências da supervisão e regulação do setor financeiro em 2017e próximos desenvolvimentos Major Trends in Regulation and Supervision of Financial Sector - 2017 and Beyond (Lisbon, 1 June 2017)
60Prof. José Figueiredo AlmaçaOpening speechMajor Trends in Regulation and Supervision of Financial Sector - 2017 and Beyond (Lisbon, 1 June 2017)
59Mr. Madis ReimandRahapesu tõkestamine – kellele ja miks? Panganduse seminar: Pank ja järelevalve - koos voi araldi? (Tartu, 30 March 2017)
58Dr. Janar JäätmaFinantsjärelevalve läbi halduskohtu prismaPanganduse seminar: Pank ja järelevalve - koos voi araldi? (Tartu, 30 March 2017)
57Dr. Kadri SiibakKuidas luua usaldusväärsust e. pangandusõiguse arengust taasiseseisvunud EestisPanganduse seminar: Pank ja järelevalve - koos voi araldi? (Tartu, 30 March 2017)
56Mr. Kristjan-Erik SuurväliTurukuritarvitus ja valdkonna arengudPanganduse seminar: Pank ja järelevalve - koos voi araldi? (Tartu, 30 March 2017)
55Mr. Marek PajussaarEesti fi nantssektori innovatsiooni takistusedPanganduse seminar: Pank ja järelevalve - koos voi araldi? (Tartu, 30 March 2017)
54Mr. Siim TammerSobivuse sõlmküsimusedPanganduse seminar: Pank ja järelevalve - koos voi araldi? (Tartu, 30 March 2017)
53Ms. Mariann SirgmetsKrediidiasutuse tegevusloa taotlemine – mis saab pärast taotluse esitamist?Panganduse seminar: Pank ja järelevalve - koos voi araldi? (Tartu, 30 March 2017)
52Mr. Jose Carlos Molina FranqueloThe role of SRB and resolution framework in generalPanganduse seminar: Pank ja järelevalve - koos voi araldi? (Tartu, 30 March 2017)
51Dr. Thomas GstaedtnerIntroduction to the ECB/SSM supervisory frameworkPanganduse seminar: Pank ja järelevalve - koos voi araldi? (Tartu, 30 March 2017)
50Prof. Stefano Cappiellon/aAnnual Global Conference of the European Banking Institute (Frankfurt a/M, 27/28 October 2016)
49Prof. Dr. Dirk SchoenmakerResolution of International BanksAnnual Global Conference of the European Banking Institute (Frankfurt a/M, 27/28 October 2016)
48Dr. Michael KühlDG Economics, Stabilization Policies, Equity injections into banks or purchases of assets?Annual Global Conference of the European Banking Institute (Frankfurt a/M, 27/28 October 2016)
47Prof. Dr. José Engrácia AntunesThe resolution of banking crisis in Portugal – Law and PracticeAnnual Global Conference of the European Banking Institute (Frankfurt a/M, 27/28 October 2016)
46Prof. Dr. Matthias HaentjensStep-in risk and its impact on bank crisis management and bank resolutionAnnual Global Conference of the European Banking Institute (Frankfurt a/M, 27/28 October 2016)
45Tomas PeetersFrom direct bank to digital bankAnnual Global Conference of the European Banking Institute (Frankfurt a/M, 27/28 October 2016)
44Dr. Heike WinterHead of Division, DG Payments and Settlement SystemsAnnual Global Conference of the European Banking Institute (Frankfurt a/M, 27/28 October 2016)
43Prof. Dr. Dirk ZetzscheFintech’s impact on the SSM and the CRD IV/CRR/Basel 3 frameworkAnnual Global Conference of the European Banking Institute (Frankfurt a/M, 27/28 October 2016)
42Prof. Thierry BonneauFinTech and the definition of banks and investment firmsAnnual Global Conference of the European Banking Institute (Frankfurt a/M, 27/28 October 2016)
41Prof. Dr. Christine OttSupport for the SME supporting factor? Empirical Evidence for France and GermanyAnnual Global Conference of the European Banking Institute (Frankfurt a/M, 27/28 October 2016)
40Dr. Simone Reul-LangerEuropean Law, National Law, and Single Supervisory Mechanism: How Much Harmonisation is Needed for a Banking Union? - commentsAnnual Global Conference of the European Banking Institute (Frankfurt a/M, 27/28 October 2016)
39Prof. Dr. Matthias LehmannEuropean Law, National Law, and Single Supervisory Mechanism: How Much Harmonisation is Needed for a Banking Union?Annual Global Conference of the European Banking Institute (Frankfurt a/M, 27/28 October 2016)
38Giuseppe Maraffino, BA, MScManaging negative rates and abundant liquidityAnnual Global Conference of the European Banking Institute (Frankfurt a/M, 27/28 October 2016)
37Dr. Irene KullNegative interests and the private law of professional and private accountsAnnual Global Conference of the European Banking Institute (Frankfurt a/M, 27/28 October 2016)
36Dr. Jürgen SchaafNegative Interest RatesAnnual Global Conference of the European Banking Institute (Frankfurt a/M, 27/28 October 2016)
35Mr. Christer Furustedtn/aAnnual Global Conference of the European Banking Institute (Frankfurt a/M, 27/28 October 2016)
34Magnus Agustsson, MSc, CscSEBAnnual Global Conference of the European Banking Institute (Frankfurt a/M, 27/28 October 2016)
33Prof. Dr. Christos HadjiemmanuilThe SSM's insiders and outsidersAnnual Global Conference of the European Banking Institute (Frankfurt a/M, 27/28 October 2016)
32Prof. Eilis Ferran, FBA, PhDThe SSM's impact on non-SSM countries (EU or non-EU)Annual Global Conference of the European Banking Institute (Frankfurt a/M, 27/28 October 2016)
31Hon. Dr. Klaus P. ReglingThe currency union and financial integrationAnnual Global Conference of the European Banking Institute (Frankfurt a/M, 27/28 October 2016)
30Dott. Anna GardellaBanks stabilization and resolution: State aids rules and a balance of their past and present enforcement Reflections on design and implementation of the Banking Union (Bologna,17/18 September 2016)
29Prof. Luís Silva MoraisNational constitutional counter-limits and the SSM and SRM:lessons from the Banco Espirito Santo experience?Reflections on design and implementation of the Banking Union (Bologna,17/18 September 2016)
28Prof. Lorenzo StanghelliniSSM, SRB and CMU without company and insolvency laws uniformity: the hidden traps Reflections on design and implementation of the Banking Union (Bologna,17/18 September 2016)
27Prof. Stefano CappielloThe complex interplay of European and national laws on early intervention and resolution: the EBA, the ECB, the SRB, NCAs and NRAs and a first appraisal of the “Copernican revolution”Reflections on design and implementation of the Banking Union (Bologna,17/18 September 2016)
26Prof. Hélène Vletter-Van DortThe experience and case law of the Appeal Panel of the SRMReflections on design and implementation of the Banking Union (Bologna,17/18 September 2016)
25Prof. Concetta Brescia MorraThe experience and case law of the Board of Review of the SSMReflections on design and implementation of the Banking Union (Bologna,17/18 September 2016)
24Sir William BlairThe experience and case law of the Board of Appeal of the European System of Financial SupervisorsReflections on design and implementation of the Banking Union (Bologna,17/18 September 2016)
23Prof. Matteo GargantiniQuasi-judicial review and Boards of Appeal in EU law –a presentation of the 2016 provisional results of the MPI cross sector enquiryReflections on design and implementation of the Banking Union (Bologna,17/18 September 2016)
22Prof. Dr. Daniel SarmientoThe new European financial architecture and the implications of the principle of effective judicial protection under the CJEU case lawReflections on design and implementation of the Banking Union (Bologna,17/18 September 2016)
21Prof. Silvia AllegrezzaA Banking Union without criminal law harmonization? The challenges aheadReflections on design and implementation of the Banking Union (Bologna,17/18 September 2016)
20Mr. Salvatore ProvidentiAdministrative and criminal sanctions and ne bis in idem: how to reconcile the views of the CJEU, the ECHR and of national Constitutional Courts?Reflections on design and implementation of the Banking Union (Bologna,17/18 September 2016)
19Prof. Dr. Christos HadjiemmanuilBanking Union and the debate on proportionalitytionality-in-EU-bank-reg.pdf">Reflections on design and implementation of the Banking Union (Bologna,17/18 September 2016)
18Prof. Dr. Raffaele D'Ambrosiohttps://ebi-europa.eu/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/dambrosio-Compatibility-Mode.pdfReflections on design and implementation of the Banking Union (Bologna,17/18 September 2016)
17Dr. David Ramos MuñozReconciling monetary policy, financial stability,prudential mandates and fundamental rights: the ECB in “unchartered waters”?Reflections on design and implementation of the Banking Union (Bologna,17/18 September 2016)
16Prof. Dr. Eleni Louri Dendrinou / Ms Maria MavridouBanks resilience and economic downturns: Lessons from Cyprus and GreeceReflections on design and implementation of the Banking Union (Bologna,17/18 September 2016)
15Prof. Dr. Diego ValianteBanking Union and Capital Markets Union as necessary complements: the way ahead – a presentation of the 2016 ECMEG Report Reflections on design and implementation of the Banking Union (Bologna,17/18 September 2016)
14Prof. Dr. Giuseppe LusignaniDiversity in the European banking system: challenges and prospectsReflections on design and implementation of the Banking Union (Bologna,17/18 September 2016)
13Prof. Dr. Giovanni FerriDiversity in the European banking system: challenges and prospectsReflections on design and implementation of the Banking Union (Bologna,17/18 September 2016)
12Dr. Rainer MaseraSSM, SRM and their political economy implications: a transatlantic perspective Reflections on design and implementation of the Banking Union (Bologna,17/18 September 2016)
11Dr. Axel KundeThe SRM Regulation: How to Make Cross-border Resultion EffectiveEBI General Annual Conference, ECB, Frankfurt 27/28 January 2016
10Prof. Dr. Matthias LehmannThe SRM regulation: How to make cross-border resolution effectiveEBI General Annual Conference, ECB, Frankfurt 27/28 January 2016
9Mr. Andreas BögerTLAC/MREL in practice – Economic and legal issuesEBI General Annual Conference, ECB, Frankfurt 27/28 January 2016
8Prof. Dr. Tobias TrögerTLAC/MREL in practice – Economic and legal issuesEBI General Annual Conference, ECB, Frankfurt 27/28 January 2016
7Prof. Dr. Edgar LöwThe IASB’s discussion paper on Accounting for Dynamic Risk Management – a solid basis to reflect banks’ risk management practice in financial statementsEBI General Annual Conference, ECB, Frankfurt 27/28 January 2016
6Prof. Dr. Filippo AnnunziataEconomic and legal impediments to cross-border mergers in bankingEBI General Annual Conference, ECB, Frankfurt 27/28 January 2016
5Prof. Dr. Ignacio TiradoBanks as creditors: the role of the legal and institutional framework in the behaviour of banksEBI General Annual Conference, ECB, Frankfurt 27/28 January 2016
4Ms. Sandra WesselingNational options and discretions in a Banking Union –a contradiction?EBI General Annual Conference, ECB, Frankfurt 27/28 January 2016
3Prof. Dr. Bart P.M. JoosenResearch kick-off presentation: National Options and Discretions in a Banking Union – a contradiction?EBI General Annual Conference, ECB, Frankfurt 27/28 January 2016
2Dr. Sabine LautenschlägerSingle Supervisory Mechanism – Single Supervisory Law?EBI General Annual Conference, ECB, Frankfurt 27/28 January 2016
1Dr. Jean-Paul RedouinThe Administrative Board of Review – challenges and tasks after 1 year of the SSMEBI General Annual Conference, ECB, Frankfurt 27/28 January 2016

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