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The two-day event will provide an opportunity for leading academics, policy makers and practitioners to share their views and understandings on investment finance and competitiveness, while raising awareness of the challenges posed by technological transformation and the need to adapt workforce...
Conference Program: Session 1: Financial disintermediation and the role of monetary policy and financial regulation, Session 2: FinTech and the future of the banking sector, Policy panel on Capital Markets Union. Participation in this conference is open to all SUERF Members: Personal Members and...
Participation in this conference is open to all SUERF Members: Personal Members and all employees from SUERF Member Institutions (Central Banks, Corporate and Academic Institutions). For Non-Members participation to the event is upon invitation only.
Panel Session I: Investment and investment finance in Europe: a policy perspective. Panel Session II: The role of innovation and skills in boosting investment activity. Panel Session III: European financial landscape and access to finance. Participation to the event is upon invitation only. If...
Session I - Banking Business Models Session II - Risk Cultures, Ethical Banking Session III - Cost of Capital for Banks
The recent financial crisis has given a serious blow to the doctrine of market efficiency. At the same time the need has arisen to better understand liquidity which evaporated in the midst of the crisis. How are liquidity and market efficiency related? It has been argued that liquidity in stock...
In reply to the financial crisis, "Great Recession" and sovereign debt crisis, many central banks have pursued ultra-easy and far reaching unconventional monetary policies for several years. Yields on various bond calsses - including euro area sovereign bond yields since the sovereign debt...
A short workshop is being held in Vienna on the morning of 11 December 2014 in Vienna to tie in with the 2nd SUERF/UniCredit & Universities Foundation Research Prize on the subject of "Reregulation of the financial sector – economic consequences, costs and benefits". The workshop will feature...
Since 2005, property prices all over the world have been extremely volatile. Price increases and decreases have resulted in capital gains and losses for investors and fluctuating consumption possibilities of households. Trends in property markets affect financial stability, earnings and risks of...
The regulatory response to any crisis tends to set the parameters for the next crisis and the aim of this full day conference is to focus on where the next pressure points for financial stability might arise and how the industry and the regulators can prepare for them. The recent Bank of England...
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