From March 21st to the 23rd, the Florence School of Banking and Finance held the residential training course ‘Measuring and Managing Systemic Risk‘. The course was lectured by Gianni De […]
The second residential course of the year organised by the Florence School of Banking and Finance, ‘Macroprudential policy: Promise and Challenges‘, has come to an end this afternoon. Numerous economists […]
On 1 March the FBF organised the online seminar ‘The Future of CoCos’, featuring a presentation by international finance expert Enrico Perotti (Professor of International Finance at University of Amsterdam) […]
EMPIRICAL METHODS TO EVALUATE FINANCIAL REGULATION
19-20 April 2017, Florence. Led by Steven Ongena (University of Zurich), this course will focus on the methodological aspects in empirical banking, particularly the empirical methods to evaluate financial regulation.
ADVANCES IN THE COMPUTATIONAL METHODS FOR MODELS WITH OCCASIONALLY BINDING CONSTRAINTS
7 June 2017, Florence. This course will present the most recent methods to study models with occasionally binding constraints. Instructors: by Fabio Canova (BI), Wouter den Haan (LSE), Junior Maih (Norges Bank).
The Future of CoCos
In this online seminar, Enrico Perotti (University of Amsterdam) and Simon Gleeson (Clifford Chance, London) discussed the evolution and future perspectives of CoCo bonds, assessing under which design conditions they can contribute to financial stability.
Lost in TLAC
Watch the recording of our online seminar ‘Lost in TLAC’, looking at the crucial features and implementation issues of the Financial Stability Board’s Total Loss-Absorbing Capacity (TLAC) requirements. Speaker: Tobias Tröger (Goethe-Universität Frankfurt).