CIRSF Annual International Conference 2019 – “Financial Supervision and Financial Stability Ten Years After the Crisis: Achievements and Next Steps” – EBI Europe

EBI is delighted to invite you to the CIRSF Annual International Conference 2019 in Lisbon on 4th July 2019:

“Financial Supervision and Financial Stability Ten Years After the Crisis:

Achievements and Next Steps”

The Conference is organised by CIRSF – Research Center on Regulation and Supervision of the Financial Sector – under the project on the overall reform of the governance of the EMU – with the support of the Jean Monnet Program, Banco de Portugal (Bank of Portugal), the Portuguese Authority of Insurance and Pension Funds (ASF) and the Portuguese Securities Commission (CMVM) in the context of their scientific partnership with CIRSF and in conjunction with the European Banking Institute and will be held at the

Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation

Auditorium 2

Avenida de Berna, 45A, 1067-001 Lisboa


To view Programme: CIRSF Conference Programme (July 2019)

Confirmed Speakers are:

Gabriel Bernardino (EIOPA)

Carmine Di Noia (CONSOB)

Andrea Enria (SSM)

Elisa Ferreira (Bank of Portugal)

Christos Gortsos (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens and EBI)

Thomas Gstädtner (EBI)

Olivier Guersent (EC)

Luis de Guindos (ECB)

Felix Hufeld (BaFin)

Elke König (SRB)

Enrico Leone (EBI)

Patrick Montagner (ACPR)

Luís Silva Morais (CIRSF and EBI)

Fernando Restoy (FSI)

Luís dos Santos (Bank of Portugal)

Michael Taylor (Moody’s)

Pedro Gustavo Teixeira (ECB)

Paula Vaz Freire (FDL-UL)

Eddy Wymeersch (University of Ghent and EBI)

To register: CIRSF – Registration Form (Word-format: CIRSF – Registration Form)

Deadline for registration is: 1st July 2019.

Due to the limited availability of seats, it is advised that you register as soon as possible.

Please note that no lunch is foreseen for participants of the Conference (except for the speakers and organisers). However, the Gulbenkian Foundation has a very good cafeteria in the building next to the Gulbenkian Museum (the Gulbenkian Cafeteria).

English is the working language of the Conference, with the only exceptions being the Chairs of CMVM and ASF and the Vice Governor of the Bank of Portugal, Luis Máximo, who will be speaking in Portuguese with simultaneous translations are ensured.