Course on Liquidity Regulation now fully booked
The course ‘Liquidity Regulation: Concepts, Methods and Applications’, which will take place on 27-28 September 2018, has reached its maximum capacity. Applicants may request inclusion in a dedicated waiting list (further information on the course page).
Participants in the course will receive a full update on the recent changes in the European regulatory framework and the developments in the regulatory area for liquidity management. In particular, participants will develop an understanding of the close relationship between ordinary supervision and the framework for banks in distressed circumstances, tackled via a discussion on the alignement of the frameworks for liquidity management, both quantitative and qualitative, in the context of recovery and resolution. Through in-depth case studies, participants will grasp the importance of stress testing and dry swim exercises.
The course will be taught by Bart Joosen, extraordinary professor Financial Supervision Law at VU University, Stefano Cappiello, former Head of the Resolution Unit at the SRB and currently at the Bank of Italy, Jeroen Van Bommel, Principal Banking Supervisor at the European Central Bank, and Jean-Jacques Van Helten, Visiting Fellow at the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies and formerly Chief Risk Officer, Europe for the Bank of Montreal (BMO) Financial Group.
This course will kick-start the Florence School of Banking and Finance’s Autumn term, which will features in October a course on ‘Macroprudential Policy Implementation in Europe‘, taught by high-level experts from the ESRB and the ECB, and in November a course on ‘Economic Forecasting for Banking‘, taught by Professor Massimiliano Marcellino (Bocconi University and EUI) and the second edition of the FBF’s Autumn School on ‘The Law, Economics and Practice of EU Banking Resolution’, a 3-days intensive course directed by Stefano Cappiello (Bank of Italy) and Bart Joosen (VU University, Amsterdam), featuring distinguished instructors from academia, institutions and the private sector.