EBI Global Annual Conference on Banking Regulation

21 February 2019 - 22 February 2019

Frankfurt am Main, Germany

An event jointly organised with Goethe University, the European Stability Mechanism (ESM) and the Institute for Monetary and Financial Stability (IMFS) to take place at:

Goethe University Frankfurt

Campus Westend

IG-Farben-Haus (Room IG 311)

Norbert-Wollheim-Platz 1

60323 Frankfurt am Main


To view Programme: EBI-2019-GAC-Agenda


Keynote Speech – Rolf Strauch – How do we want the European banking sector to look in 10 years?

Doriana Cucinelli – Bank Business Model Migrations in Europe Determinants and Effects

Jürgen Klaus & Eriks K. Selga – Shaking the Capital Markets Tree

Enriques, Romano & Wetzer – Network-Sensitive Financial Regulation

Danilo V. Mascia – Bail-In Rules and the Pricing of Italian Bank Bonds

Jens-Hinrich Binder – The Relevance of the Resolution Tools Within the SRM

Wolf-Georg Ringe & Jatine Patel – The Dark Side of Bank Resolution : Counterparty Risk through Bail-in

Douglas W. Arner – The Road to RegTech- EU Big Bang II and the Future of Data Driven Finance

Lars Hornuf – How Do Banks Interact with Fintechs?

Derville Rowland- Insights from the Review of Behaviour & Culture in the Irish Banking Sector – Why Culture Matters

Alan D. Morrison – Governance and culture in the banking sector

Iris Palm-Steyerberg & Danny Busch – Fit and proper requirements in the EU Financial Sector



Contact: claudia.collins@ebi-europa.eu