1st “Spring Talks” on Banking, Insurance and Financial Law (Day 1 of 4) – EBI Europe

Jointly organized by the

European Banking Institute (EBI)


The Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence on Sustainable Finance and Law (EUSFiL) 

With the patronage of

Associazione dei docenti di diritto dell’economia (ADDE)


We are pleased to invite you to the First “Spring Talk” on Banking, Insurance and Financial Law, organized at the University of Turin, Department of Management, by the EBI and by the EUSFIL, together with the patronage of ADDE.

“Spring Talks” are intended to emphasize the importance of current matters concerning the regulation of the supervised sectors, providing post Ph.D. and early and/or senior researchers with the opportunity to discuss issues related to their studies and research.

Two Fellows Academic Members of the European Banking Institute will host each seminar, discussing with scholars the matters presented, and moderating the follow-up debate. During the final seminar EUSFiL will award the best papers submitted to the last year call for papers.

With a view to making the discussions particularly inclusive and engaging, the general subject of the meetings has been agreed upon the following theme:

“Trends and Issues in European Financial Markets Policy and Regulation” 

Within this macro-sector, the schedule will include speeches on technological developments, sustainability and other issues related to regulated markets. Students, PhD students, post-doc researchers, professors and, more generally, practitioners interested in new trends relating to supervised sectors are more than invited to join us!


First Talk on Technology and Financial Markets: a Growing Powerful Nexus


on 7 April 2022

14.45 -17.00 pm (CET)

(via WebEX Events)

Register here

password: SpringTalk#1



Christos Gortsos: Institutional welcome speech + presentation of EBI


Concetta Brescia Morra and Bart P.M. Joosen: Presentation of research & moderation of the follow-up debate

  • Ugo Malvagna, University of Trento: DLTs and market infrastructures amid technological neutrality and decentralized finance
  • Edoardo Martino, University of Amsterdam: Regulating Stablecoins: Private Money and Liquidity Risk
  • Eugenia Macchiavello, University of Genova: Green fintech: an oxymoron or the solution to all problems?
  • Anne-Marie Weber, University of Warsaw: Combating exclusion of the elderly from digital financial services – challenges for the EU’s legal framework


See full “Spring Talks Programme here.