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Topic: Banking and financial services This year’s conference devotes specific attention to the international role of the euro. Other sessions will focus on the challenges to EU banking and capital markets in the digital age.
Topics of interest: - Unconventional monetary policies and normalization of the monetary policy and: the pricing of financial assets, the risk taking by banks, the spillover effects to other developed and emerging markets, the financial market liquidity. - Basel III capital and liquidity ratio...
The aim of the workshop is to exchange views and share experiences related to the emerging concept of macroprudential stance, i.e. the approaches used by policymakers to formulate the macroprudential actions they take to achieve financial stability. The focus will be on the European Union and...
The programme will include policy and academic sessions on the following themes: - Payment choice and global payments - Retail payments in a digital era - faster, cheaper, easier? - User experience, behaviour and trust in retail payments - Innovators, regulators and the competition-cooperation...
The conference will focus on the implications of the new EU supervisory architecture and of the ongoing EU crisis management initiative. - Official presentation of two new reports: (The fifth European Central Bank Report on Financial Integration in Europe and The European Financial Stability and...
Topics: - Financial liberalisation and the finance-growth nexus; - Financial linkages and propagation channels of shocks; - Asset price co-movements, bubbles and contagion phenomena; - Financial stability implications of international financial integration and global imbalances; - Global policy...
The annual Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago International Finance Conference is designed to focus on important current international issues in banking and finance that are best analyzed by bringing together researchers and policymakers from different countries and different perspectives. The...
Objective and topics: The European banking sector and financial system have evolved greatly over the last decade. Fundamental changes include the adoption of new technology in the provision of banking services, disintermediation, financial liberalisation, the emergence of new financial...
Topics: • Payments and monetary stability • Payments and the macroeconomy • Systemic risk in payments • The future of payments • Recent developments in market infrastructure • Recent developments in payment economics • The role of central banks in payments
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