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  • 2017 Training Courses

    2017 TRAINING COURSES

    REGISTRATIONS OPEN FOR OUR COURSES IN JANUARY-JUNE 2017

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  • Filling the Gaps in Governance: The Case of Europe

    LATEST AVAILABLE PUBLICATION

    “Filling the gaps in governance : the case of Europe”

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  • Challenges and prospects of the new banking resolution regime

    CHALLENGES AND PROSPECTS OF THE NEW BANKING RESOLUTION REGIME

    A new policy brief by the FBF

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  • LEGAL ASPECTS OF LIQUIDITY COVERAGE RATIO, NET STABLE FUNDING RATIO AND THE INTERNAL LIQUIDITY ADEQUACY ASSESSMENT PROCESS

    LEGAL ASPECTS OF LIQUIDITY COVERAGE RATIO, NET STABLE FUNDING RATIO AND THE INTERNAL LIQUIDITY ADEQUACY ASSESSMENT PROCESS

    Training course, 16 – 17 February 2017

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About the School

The Florence School of Banking & Finance is a European platform bringing together practitioners and academics from the Banking and Finance sector to develop a common culture of regulation and supervision in the European Union.

It does so through policy debate, training and applied research and in close interaction with its network of leading academic institutions.

Elena Carletti is the Scientific Director of the School and Fabio Canova the Head of Training.

The Directors

The School’s Advisory Council

The School’s Scientific Committee

Knowledge @ Banking & Finance

 

After Brexit: what next for the EMU, UK and the EU?

Watch the recording of our online seminar with Joaquín Almunia (Former vice-president of the European Commission), Ramon Marimon (EUI), Gorgio Monti (EUI), Morten Ravn (University College London) and Annika Zorn (EUI).

EUI Forum on Brexit

The full debate on Brexit held on 28 June with Professor Brigid Laffan, Director of the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies (RSCAS), Professor Gary Marks, and Professor Liesbet Hooghe, both currently Visiting Scholars at the RSCAS.

Is the Euro a Scapegoat?

Martin Sandbu is the author of Europe’s Orphan:  The Future of the Euro and the Politics of Debt. He also writes the daily Free Lunch column for the Financial Times. Here he talks about the future of the single currency.

How can we Preserve Stability in Europe?

Patrick Honohan was Governor of the Central Bank of Ireland from 2009 to 2015. After the conference “Filling the Gaps in Governance: The Case for Europe”, he sat down to discuss Europe’s reaction to the economic crisis.

 

Latest News

 

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Call for Papers – International Risk Management Conference


The International Risk Management Conference – 10th Edition of the Annual Meeting of The Risk, Banking and Finance Society will take place in Florence on June 12-14, 2017.This event will bring together professionals […]

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A week of intense training at the FBF


The week from Monday, 28th of November to Friday, the 2nd of December, is particularly rich in terms of training activities offered by the Florence School of Banking and Finance. […]

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Training course on Macroprudential Policies fully booked


Registrations are now closed for the course “Macroprudential Policies”, organised by the Florence School of Banking & Finance. This fully booked training will gather in Villa Schifanoia, from Wednesday the 2nd to […]

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