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Online seminar -The EU Banking Package

When:
June 26, 2019 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm Europe/Rome Timezone
2019-06-26T13:00:00+02:00
2019-06-26T14:00:00+02:00
Where:
FBF Online Platform
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Jan Trevisan
+39 055 4685 802

Participation free, registration mandatory

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The Banking Package adopted in spring 2019 by European co-legislating institutions will enter into force this summer. It represents an important step towards the completion of the European post-crisis regulatory reforms. These reforms implement into European Union (EU) law some outstanding elements which had been previously agreed by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (BCBS) and the Financial Stability Board (FSB) and are meant to make the financial system more resilient and stable.

In this online seminar, Marie Donnay (Head of Unit in Resolution and Deposit Insurance in DG FISMA), Tommy De Temmerman (Policy Officer in Bank Regulation and Supervision in DG FISMA) and Audrius Pranckevius (Policy Officer in Resolution and Deposit Insurance) will present and discuss the key changes that were brought about to the EU resolution and prudential frameworks by the new Banking Package. With respect to changes to the resolution framework, a particular focus will be put on the implementation in EU law of the international standard on Total Loss-Absorbing Capacity – also called TLAC – and on the amendments to the existing Minimum Requirement for own funds and Eligible Liabilities – also called MREL.


 

Speakers

Marie Donnay (Head of Unit in Resolution and Deposit Insurance, DG FISMA, European Commission)
Marie Donnay is Head of Unit in Resolution and Deposit Insurance in DG FISMA at the European Commission. Her unit is in charge of (among others) the resolution frameworks for Banks, Insurance and CCPs, as well as deposit insurance/ insurance guarantee schemes at national level and in the Banking Union (EDIS). The unit is closely involved in the debates on the completion of the Banking Union. Before joining DG FISMA, Marie held different positions in DG ECFIN (European Commission). Previously, she worked at the ECB, IMF and KULeuven. Marie studied economics at the KULeuven, FUNDP (Namur), Rotterdam University and Universita di Bologna.

 


Tommy De Temmerman (Policy Officer in Bank Regulation and Supervision, DG FISMA, European Commission)
Tommy De Temmerman is a policy officer in Bank Regulation and Supervision in DG FISMA at the European Commission, where he was responsible for the coordination of the negotiations on the prudential aspects of the Banking Package. Before joining the Commission, he was Bank Recovery and Resolution Expert at the Single Resolution Board. Prior to this, he held various positions in the Treasury and Financial Markets department of Belfius Bank and at Bank of New York Mellon. Tommy also teaches European Financial Integration at the Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management. He studied economics and finance at the Université Libre de Bruxelles and College of Europe.

 


Audrius Pranckevicius (Policy Officer in Resolution and Deposit Insurance, DG FISMA, European Commission)
Audrius Pranckevicius is a policy officer in Resolution and Deposit Insurance in DG FISMA at the European Commission. He works on policy development in the area of bank resolution since 2013 and was responsible for coordination of the negotiations on the resolution aspects of the Banking Package. Prior to his current role, Audrius has worked in other areas of financial regulation in DG FISMA. Before joining the European Commission in 2005, he worked in financial analysis for several blue chip companies in Canada. He studied economics and finance at Vytautas Magnus University and Brandeis University.

 


 


 

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