RESEARCH WORKSHOP 2019

FSC Research Workshop | 29 October 2019 | DAZ Berlin

The Financial Stability Conference (FSC) 2019 was followed by the FSC Research Workshop on 29 October to discuss and deepen relevant aspects of the conference topics, financial stability issues and resolution aspects. Researchers and scholars all over Europe were invited to submit policy contribution sketches on related research questions. Eight proposals were selected and had been presented and discussed at the workshop. The call for policy contributions and information on the procedures are available here.

The workshop was an open, public event bringing together scientists and researchers with policy makers, experts from public institutions and industry experts as well.

FSC Research Workshop 2019 – PROGRAM
29 Oct. 2019 – Berlin  |  9:00 h – 16:30 h  |  DAZ

Policy-oriented workshop relating to the Financial Stability Conference: “EU between Regress and Progress: How to cope with National Banking Policies, Single Market Deficiencies and the unsolved Sharing Issue”

The Financial Stability Conference 2019 was followed by the FSC Research Workshop on 29 October to discuss and deepen aspects of the conference topics, financial stability issues and resolution aspects. Scholars of related disciplines as well as researchers from institutions and organisations were invited to draft policy contributions on related research questions, and to present and discuss them at the workshop. From the submitted contribution sketches we selected eight. The challenge was to give a brief and focused policy-oriented presentation in front of a mixed audience in a clear and structured way.

Presenters were encouraged to focus on reasoning, conclusions and policy options in a way that non-academics understand. A general request was to refrain from model explaining, but to highlight policy-oriented aspects. The workshop was as well intended as a communication task to bring presenters’ messages in a strictly time-limited way to a ‘non-academic’ audience.

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Program schedule:

08:45  Check-in and Coffee

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09:10  Opening
Martin Aehling, Director, Financial Risk and Stability Network

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09:20  Session  I
Presentation  I
Macroprudential policy in the EU – policy reflections on institutional contexts and governance arrangements
Elias Bengtsson, Associate Professor, Halmstad University and University of Gothenburg
>  Policy paper for download
>  Presentation for download
Discussant: Katerina Lagaria, Macroprudential Policy Section, former Advisor to the Deputy Governor, Bank of Greece

10:00  Session  I
Presentation  II
Proposal for a single EU professional secrecy standard for the supervision of the financial sector
Nikolai Badenhoop, PhD Candidate, Humboldt University Berlin
>  Policy paper for download
>  Presentation for download
Discussant: Elias Bengtsson, Associate Professor, Halmstad University and University of Gothenburg

Chair:  Martin Aehling, Director, Financial Risk and Stability Network

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10:40  Coffee break

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11:00  Session  II
Presentation  III
Is the EU resolution framework working with state aid and nothing else? The option for the few (significant institutions), not for the many (less significant institutions)
Maria Ana Barata, PhD Researcher, European University Institute
>  Policy paper not published
>  Presentation for download
Discussant: Concetta Brescia Morra, Professor of Economic Law, University of Roma Tre

11:40  Session  II
Presentation  IV
Making retail banks resolvable
Ioannis Asimakopoulos, PhD Researcher, University of Luxembourg
>  Policy paper for download
>  Presentation for download
Discussant: Dalvinder Singh, Professor of Law, University of Warwick

Chair:  Luís Silva Morais, Professor of Law, University of Lisbon, School of Law

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12:20  Light lunch

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13:00  Session  III
Presentation  V
Should we pay European bankers (also) with (bail-inable) debt?
Edoardo Martino, PhD Researcher, Erasmus School of Law and Amsterdam Center for Law and Economics
>  Policy paper not published
>  Presentation for download
Discussant: Bart Joosen, Professor of Financial Law, VU University Amsterdam

13:40  Session  III
Presentation  VI
The treatment of depositors in the EU framework on bank crisis: a latent contradiction
Donato Messineo, Legal Advisor, Bank of Italy
>  Policy paper for download
>  Presentation for download
Discussant: Andrew Lodge, Research Fellow, London School of Economics (formerly Bank of England)

Chair:  Samy Harraz, Head of Strategy, International Relations and Communications, Single Resolution Board

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14:20  Coffee break

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14:40  Session  IV
Presentation  VII
Unravelling economic solidarity: a systemic view on risk-sharing in the European banking sector
María Cecilia del Barrio Arleo, PhD Candidate, University of Trento
>  Policy paper for download
>  Presentation for download
Discussant: Maria Ana Barata, PhD Researcher, European University Institute

15:20  Session  IV
Presentation VIII
The vulnerabilities of debt in the shadow banking sector
Ross Spence, PhD Candidate, Leiden University
>  Policy paper for download
>  Presentation for download
Discussant: Matthias Thiemann, Assistant Professor for European Public Policy, Sciences Po

Chair:  Stefan Janßen, Professor for Corporate Finance and Banking, Jade University of Applied Sciences

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16:00  Round up and Closing

16:10  Networking and Farewell

16:30  End

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