New ‘Policy Dialogue’ pages on the FBF website
The new section ‘Policy dialogue‘ has been published on the website of the Florence School of Banking and Finance this week.
This section presents clearly to the users of the FBF website the activities that the School is undertaking in fostering a critical and thoughtful dialogue on the logic, soundness and implications of the European regulatory framework. These activities cover the topics on one hand of stability and macro-prudential policy, on the other on banking regulation, supervision and resolution.
In concrete terms, the Florence School of Banking and Finance organises periodically the following activities:
- Annual Conference, gathering yearly in Florence leading economists, lawyers, political scientists and policy makers to discuss the economic situation in Europe in the light of the most pressing policy priorities, challenges and future prospects. On the webpage of the latest conference, held in April 2017 and entitled ‘The Changing Geography of Finance and Regulaton in Europe’, selected presentations of our panellists and keynote speakers are available for download.
- Policy Events, organised to respond to a particular situation, topic or issue, featuring contributions from high-profile practitioners in the domain of banking and finance, including representatives from international organisations, national institutions and the private sector. Our latest policy event, the ‘Practicioners’ workshop on Financial Markets and Institutions’, was held in June 2017.
- Online Seminars, organised regularly and accessible from anywhere in the world, featuring live presentations from internationally renown experts on the most relevant topics in banking and finance. Stay tuned with the FBF to learn more information about the two online seminars on resolution planned for Autumn 2017: meanwhile, watch the recordings of the past seminars in the ‘Video’ section.
Policy-focused initiatives are built on and complement the training activities led at the Florence School of Banking and Finance. All our activities are organised in cooperation with our scientific and institutional partners and involve senior practitioners, scholars and policy-makers.Click here to access the new ‘Policy dialogue’ session