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Online Seminar – The Future of the Banking Union

When:
November 10, 2017 @ 1:00 pm – 2:15 pm Europe/Rome Timezone
2017-11-10T13:00:00+01:00
2017-11-10T14:15:00+01:00
Where:
FBF Online Platform
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Jan Trevisan
+39 055 4685 802
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Participation free – registration mandatory

This online seminar aims at giving a better understanding of the way the Banking Union is evolving and the ways it should develop in the coming year to be better equipped to cope with future risks. As presented in the recently published European Commission Communication on “Completing the Banking Union”, the seminar will therefore describe and discuss the measures to be adopted to complete the Banking Union and to make the European banking sector more resilient. After a brief introduction on the broader context in which the recent Commission Communication was conceived, speakers will then focus on the three main aspects addressed by the Commission Communication, namely:
  • The new ideas put forward by the Communication to set up a European Deposit Insurance Scheme (EDIS) in relation to the system proposed with the legislative proposal of 2015;
  • Non-Performing Loans (NPLs) in the European banking sector and the measures announced by the Communication to tackle such issue;
  • The characteristics of Sovereign-Bonds Backed Securities (SBBSs) and their potential usefulness in contributing to the diversification of financial institutions’ portfolios of sovereign bonds.
The presentations will be followed by an interactive Questions and Answers session.
 

Speakers

Mario Nava (Director, Financial System Surveillance and Crisis Management, DG FISMA, European Commission)

Mario Nava holds a first degree in economics from Bocconi University (1989), an MA from the Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium (1992) and a PhD in Public Finance from the London School of Economics (1996). As of May 2016, he is Director of the ‘Financial system surveillance and crisis management’ directorate in the Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Union DG (formerly the Internal Markets and Services DG) of the European Commission. He was previously Director of the ‘Regulation and prudential supervision of financial institutions’ directorate. Prior to that, from April 2011, he held the position of Acting Director. From November 2009 until September 2013, he was Head of the ‘Banking and Financial Conglomerates’ unit. Previously, he the Head of the ‘Financial Markets Infrastructure’ Unit. a member of the Group of Policy Advisers of the EU Commission President, Prof. Romano Prodi, and a member of the Cabinet of the Competition Commissioner, Prof. Mario Monti (2000-2001). Alongside his work at the Commission he is active in research and teaching.

       Giulia Bertezzolo (Policy officer, DG FISMA, European Commission)

Giulia Bertezzolo currently works as policy officer working on banking resolution and crisis management at the Directorate General for Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Union and had previously worked on banking regulation and supervision. Among other tasks, Ms Bertezzolo led the work streams on the completion of Banking Union, on additional capital requirements (Pillar 2) and on proportionality of banking regulation. She also represented the Commission in European and international fora. She joined the European Commission in 2011, after having worked in Rome and Verona as attorney specialized in EU and administrative law and as a lecturer at the University of Trento School of Law. She holds a law degree and a PhD in EU and Comparative Administrative Law from the University of Trento, and in 2008 concluded a post-doctoral program on financial regulation at the Jean Monnet Centre of the New York University and she was awarded the best-PhD thesis prize by Istituto di ricerche sulla Pubblica amministrazione (IRPA). She published many essays and articles on EU and international law issues, including on banking regulation and supervision.

       Markus Aspegren (Economist, DG FISMA, European Commission)

Markus Aspegren is an Economist at the European Commission, Directorate General for Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Union. He currently works on financial stability issues where he, among other tasks, focuses on the coordination of the Commission’s efforts to tackle non-performing loans. He joined the European Commission in 2012, after having served as Portfolio Manager at BNP Paribas Corporate & Investment Banking, as well as Risk and Solvency Manager in the CFO-office of BNP Paribas Fortis. Prior to this he was an Economist and Policy Advisor at the Ministry of Enterprise in Stockholm, Sweden. He holds an MBA from the Vlerick Business School in Belgium and a Master of Science in Macroeconomics from the Stockholm School of Economics.

       Davide Lombardo (Senior Economist, DG FISMA, European Commission)

Davide Lombardo is a senior economist with the EU/Euro Area Financial Sector Unit of the Directorate General for Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Union at the European Commission. Currently he is in particular co-leading a work stream on the regulatory treatment of so-called Sovereign Bond-Backed Securities (SBBS). He joined the European Commission in 2016, after working for 15 years at the International Monetary Fund, including on several IMF Programs. He holds a Ph.D. degree in economics from Stanford (2001), with specialization in finance and international economics.

       

Scientific Advisor

Emiliano Tornese, Deputy Head, Resolution and Crisis Management, European Commission
 

Technical disclaimer

The online seminar will take place on the Adobe Connect platform. You can access the seminars from personal computers, laptops, tablets and smartphones. You are strongly encouraged to read the technical requirements before registering for the online seminar. To ensure an optimal experience in terms of connection speed and video quality, we suggest to attend the seminar via a device connected to a stable network connection, avoiding if possible shared wi-fi or mobile connections.