An independent initiative focusing on regulation, financial stability and financial sector reforms in the EU. It contributes to the provision of information and views exchange on these issues via its activities and events. More information on the network, its mission and principles under “about”.
financial-stability.org is an information platform for all those, who are interested in the regulation and supervision of the financial sector, the financial crisis, its management, the Banking Union as well as in the scientific explorations of these and related issues.
The platform also informs about events and activities.
The platform has been relaunched in March 2016 giving it a fresh look and feel. It will be filled with content on a regular basis step by step. Thematic categories in “research” will be extended and publications posted in the coming months. Upgrade and migration of the content from the outdated former CMS was not possible for technical reasons.
FINANCIAL STABILITY CONFERENCES
FRSN has held its fourth joint conference “How to fix the Deficiencies in the EU Financial System? Bank-State-Nexus, Business Models and the missing Level Playing Field” on 3 Nov. 2016 in Berlin. Speakers have been, inter alia, Catherine Mann, OECD, Dietrich Domanski, BIS, Roberto Gualtieri, EP/Econ, Klaus Duellmann, ECB, Emiliano Tornese, EC.
FRSN has been organising its third joint conference “How to design the future EU Financial System? Resolution Framework, Crisis Prevention and Capital Markets Union” on 28 Oct. 2015 in Berlin. Keynotes were held by Elke König, Chair of the Single Resolution Board, and Vitor Constâncio, Vice President of the European Central Bank.
FRSN has been organising its second joint conference “The Comprehensive Assessment, the New Role of the ECB and Limits of a Common Supervision in the EU” on 30 Oct. 2014 in Berlin. Keynote speakers have been Thomas Hoenig, Vice Chairman of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, and Erkki Liikanen, Governor of the Bank of Finland.
FRSN has been organising its second joint conference “The Single Resolution Mechanism and the Limits of Bank Regulation” on 8 Nov. 2013 in Berlin. Speakers have been inter alia Thomas Steffen, Federal Ministry of Finane, Ramon Fernandez, DG Trésor, and Mario Nava, European Commission.
Prof. Claudia Buch, Deutsche Bundesbank; Prof. Elena Carletti, Bocconi University; Prof. Stijn Claessens, U.S. Federal Reserve System; Dr. Vitor Constâncio, European Central Bank; Santiago Fernández de Lis, BBVA; Dietrich Domanski, Bank for International Settlements; Dr. Klaus Duellmann, European Central Bank; Markus Ferber, European Parliament, EVP; Prof. Charles Goodhart, London School of Economics; Sylvie Goulard, European Parliament, ALDE; Dr. Roberto Gualtieri, European Parliament, S&D; Piers Haben, European Banking Authority; Dr. Korbinian Ibel, European Central Bank; Robert Jenkins, London Business School; Dr. Elke König, Single Resolution Board; Olivier Jaudoin, French Prudential Supervisory and Resolution Authority; Dominique Laboureix, Single Resolution Board; Christophe Nijdam, Finance Watch; Fatima Pires, European Central Bank; Emiliano Tornese, European Commission; Günter Borgel, Federal Agency for Financial Market Stabilisation; Dr. Thomas Dohrn, Federal Ministry of Finance; Prof. Catherine Mann, OECD; Monica Marcucci, Bank of Italy; Dr. Wilfried Paus, Deutsche Bank; Dr. Sven Schelo, Linklaters; Prof. Arnoud Boot, University of Amsterdam; Francesco Mazzaferro, European Systemic Risk Board; Dr. Rolf Strauch, European Stability Mechanism; Colin Ellis, Moodys; Dr. Levin Holle, German Federal Ministry of Finance; Liz Meneghello, HM Treasury; Martin Merlin, European Commission; Dr. Christian Thimann, Axa; Thomas Hoenig, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation; Prof. Mathias Dewatripont, National Bank of Belgium; Andrea Enria, European Banking Authority; Sylvie Matherat, Deutsche Bank; Dr. Natacha Valla, CEP II; Costanza Bufalini, Unicredit; Dr. Jukka Vesala, European Central Bank; Dr. Jeromin Zettelmeyer, Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy; Andrew Gracie, Bank of England; Sven Giegold, European Parliament, The Greens; Dr. Dierk Hirschel, United Services Union Verdi; Thomas Wieser, Euro Working Group; Erkki Liikanen, Bank of Finland; Aerdt Houben, Dutch Central Bank; Dr. Maria Nieto, Bank of Spain; Dr. José Vinals, International Monetary Fund; Ramon Fernandez, French Ministry for the Economy, Finance and Industry; Dr. Mario Nava, European Commission; Dr. Thomas Steffen, Federal Ministry of Finance; Prof. Kern Alexander, University of Zurich; Ralph Brinkhaus, CDU; Prof. Jean-Pierre Danthine, Swiss National Bank; Elisa Ferreira, Member of the European Parliament; Prof. Clemens Fuest, Centre for European Economic Research; Prof. Reint Gropp, Halle Institute for Economic Research; Prof. Christian Kirchner, Humboldt-University Berlin; Marco Mazzucchelli, Bank Julius Baer; Dr. Gerhard Schick, Bündnis 90/Die Grünen; Prof. Isabel Schnabel, Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz; Carsten Schneider, SPD; Dominik Treeck, Oliver Wyman; David Vegara, European Stability Mechanism; Mark Venus, BNP Paribas; Thomas von Lüpke, Federal Agency for Financial Market Stabilisation; David Walker, International Association of Deposit Insurers; Dr. Pierre Wunsch, National Bank of Belgium