PROJECT NUMBER: 1230001
EU Banking and Financial Law: New Regulatory and Supervisory Rules
21-22/Jun/2012 • Maastricht
The seminar is aimed at professionals involved in the implementation of the new EU regulatory and supervisory structure, and officials from public authorities, ministries, central banks, etc. Financial institutions and their compliance departments, as well as other interested parties from both public and private sectors are welcome to attend. Basic knowledge of the EU financial legislative structure is advisable.
The seminar will provide an overview of the recent developments in the post-financial crisis era, both from an EU regulatory standpoint, and from the input and initiatives emanating from Basel and the G-20.
A series of lectures from specialists in the European Commission, European Central Bank, European Banking Authority, Basel Committee of Banking Supervisors, academia, financial institutions and others will provide an insight into new and recent developments that are aiming to change the financial architecture in the post-financial crisis era.
Ample time will be provided for questions and discussion with the speakers.
The seminar aims to provide an understanding of what the new regulatory proposals mean for financial institutions and their strategy in the (near) future, as well as an insight into the new legislation and how this will shape the landscape in which financial institutions need to operate.
THURSDAY 21 JUNE 2012
Introduction to the seminar: overview of financial services integration
Adriana Holtslag-Alvarez, Visiting Senior Lecturer in Financial Services, EIPA; Independent Consultant Financial Services, The Hague (NL)
The views of the European Commission on the future of EU banking
Dominique Thienpont, Deputy Head of Unit - Banking and Financial Conglomerates, DG Internal Market and Services, European Commission, Brussels (BE) (invited)
The transformation of the banking system after the crisis
Freddy Van den Spiegel, Economic Advisor to BNP PARIBAS FORTIS; Professor at the Vrije Universiteit and Professor at Vlerick Business School, Brussels (BE)
Discussion with Prof. Van den Spiegel
Banking supervision reform: thinking beyond Basel III and CRD IV
The opinion of the European Banking Federation
Robert Priester, Head of Department, Wholesale and Regulatory Policy, EBF, Brussels (BE)
EBA’s role in banking supervision and regulation
Bernd Rummel, European Banking Authority, London (UK)
17.30 End of the first day
19.30 Dinner at a restaurant in Maastricht
FRIDAY 22 JUNE 2012
What are the new developments in Corporate Governance for financial firms?
Amra Balic, Director of Corporate Governance and Responsible Investment, EMEA Team, Blackrock, London (UK)
Putting all of the regulation together: market and institutional impacts and what remains to be done
Alexander Merriman, Head of Market Policy, SIX Securities Services, Zürich (CH)
A Central Bank perspective on the new financial market legislation: an overview
Klaus Löber, Head of ECB Oversight Division, European Central Bank, Frankfurt am Main (DE)
15.00 Evaluation and end of the seminar
The programme will commence on Thursday at 09.00 and will finish on Friday at 15.00.
The seminar will take place at the European Institute of Public Administration, O.L. Vrouweplein 22, NL-6211 HE Maastricht, tel.: +31 43 3296222, fax: +31 43 3296296.
The seminar will be conducted in English.
The participation fee is €875 and includes documentation, two lunches, one dinner and refreshments. Accommodation and travel costs are at the expense of the participants or their administration. EIPA offers its members a reduction of 10% off the registration fee. For more information, please click here.
The European Institute of Public Administration will be pleased to make reservations for you at a hotel in Maastricht. We have made a block booking at two hotels in Maastricht: Hotel Beaumont**** www.beaumont.nl, at a rate of €99,99 p.p.p.n. (incl. breakfast and tourist tax) and Hotel Derlon**** www.derlon.com at a rate of €125 p.p.p.n. (incl. breakfast and tourist tax). Should you wish to make use of this possibility, please indicate the dates of arrival and departure on the registration form. Payment is to be made directly and personally to the hotel on checking out. Please note that if you register after the closing date, hotel reservations cannot be guaranteed.
Meals will be served at the Institute’s restaurant and dinner in the evening will be at a restaurant in town. Should you require a special menu (e.g. vegetarian, diabetic), please inform the Programme Organiser so that this can be arranged.
Kindly submit the online registration form before 7 June. Your name and address will be part of EIPA's database for our mailing purpose only. If you do not want to be included in our mailing database, please tick the box on the registration form.
Confirmation of registration will be forwarded to participants on receipt of the completed registration form.
Prior payment is a condition for participation. Please indicate the method of payment on the registration form. For cancellations received within 15 days before the activity begins, we will have to charge an administration fee of €150 unless a replacement participant is found.
EIPA reserves the right to cancel the seminar up to two weeks before the starting date. EIPA accepts no responsibility for any costs incurred (travel, hotel, etc.). For EIPA's cancellation policy, please visit our website http://seminars.eipa.eu (FAQ - Cancellation policy).