Reflections on competent authorities’ “measures” in EU banking law

9 June 2017

Malta Financial Services Authority


Malta, 9 June 2017 ’Reflections on competent authorities’ measures’ in EU banking law’, Malta Financial Services Authority.

An event organised under the auspices of the Malta Presidency of the EU

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Banking Seminar Malta 9 June 2017

Conference Presentations:
Raffaele D’Ambrosio, Senior Legal Counsel at Banca d’Italia –
The fundamental distinction between sueprvisory decsions, administrative measures and administrative sanctions
Prof. Dr. Christos Hadjiemmanuil
European Banking Institute and University of Piraeus
Administrative measures, administrative sanctions and the allocation of responsibilities between the ECB and the NCAs within the SSM (Prof. Dr. Christos Hadjiemmanuil)
Prof. Dr. Blanaid Clarke, European Banking Institute and Trinity College Dublin
Early Intervention Measures under CRD IV, the SSM and SRM regulations (conditions for the application of both) and the early intervention phase under the SRM regulation (Blanaide Clarke)
Prof. Dr. David Ramos Muñoz, European Banking Institute, University Carlos III Madrid and University of Bologna
Early intervention measures and judicial review (David Ramos Muñoz)
Mario Nava, European Commission, FISMA
Prospects for Reform of European Banking Regulation and Supervision (Mario Nava)
Georg Gruber, Head of Section, SSM Secretariat, European Central Bank
Recovery planning – Legal framework and practical experience (Georg Gruber)
Prof. Dr. Ewa Klima, Deputy General Counsel of Single Resolution Board
Malta 9 June Presentation – Resolution Planning (Ewa Klima)
Prof. Dr. Luis Morais, SRB Appeal Panel and University of Lisbon
Procedural safeguards and review of resolution measures also in light of practical experiences at national level (Luis Morais)

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