Bank Resolution Regimes - What's next?
This one day event will explore the 'evolution of internation and national regulatory bank resolution frameworks that were created following the 2007 global financial crisis with a view to ensuring that when banks fail they do so in an orderly manner'.
Organised by the Centre for Ethics & Law
Wednesday 9 November 2016
09:00 - 17:30
UCL Events Pavilion (Front Quad)
This event is accredited with 5.5 CPD hour with the SRA and BSB
About this event:
Bank resolution is a process by which the authorities intervene to manage the failure of a bank with the aim of ensuring that the adverse effects of that failure are minimised. This conference brings together academics, practitioners and regulators to discuss different perspectives in establishing a bank resolution regime: from recent reforms that are aimed at completing the regime to lessons learned from past bank failures.
Topics that will be covered:
*subject to change
Andrew Gracie (Bank of England)
Eleni Angelopoulou (European Central Bank)
Elisabeth Noble (European Banking Authority)
Professor Kern Alexander (University of Zurich)
Anna Jarosz-Friis (European Commission)
Anna Cox (PwC)
Maria Mavridou (Bank of Greece)
Caitriona O’Kelly (Deutsche Bank)
Professor Emilios Avgouleas (Edinburgh Law School)
Eva Hupkes (Financial Stability Board)
Mark Adams (Deloitte)
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