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Financial Stability Conference 2018

The FSC 2018 was held 31 October in Berlin, organised by FRS Financial Risk and Stability Network. A comprehensive report is available on the conference 2018 site. The day after the conference, on November 1, a relating research workshop took place at TU Berlin to deepen and discuss relevant aspects of the conference topics.

Financial Stability Conference 2018
31 October 2018
FSC Research Workshop
1 November 2018

From Risk Reduction to Risk Sharing: How to Align Opposing Policy Concepts and Shape a Balanced, Resilient Financial Architecture in the EU?
– Disentangling ambiguous policies, national dynamics and regulatory biases

The FSC 2018 was held 31 October in Berlin, orrganised by FRS Financial Risk and Stability Network. The conference was hosted by ESMT Berlin.

Discussion topics:

  • Fragmentation, Interconnectedness and Systemic Risk: Opposing Perceptions or Interaction in a supposedly Single Market?
  • Safe Assets Concepts and Market Discipline in the Euro Area: Fiction or Vision for Curing Banks States Circular Dependencies?
  • Credibility of the Resolution Regime and Preference of Creditors: First Experiences with Decision Making, Liability and Bail-in
  • From Repair to Vision: Future Conceptions for a common beneficial financial Architecture and institutional Framework in the EU

Detailed information on topics, agenda and speakers are available on the conference site. The FSC was followed by a relating research workshop on Nov. 1 at Technical University Berlin to deepen and discuss relevant aspects of the conference topics. Researchers and policy makers were invited to participate and contribute. From the submissions to the call for policy contributions nine were accepted for the research workshop. More information on the workshop site. Policy contributions were presented at the workshop from which six are included in the report and put on the website.

More information on FSC Conference 2018 page and FSC Workshop 2018 page.

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