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Mauro Grande (Member of the SRB) explained in details the process of preparing resolution plans, addressing the historical evolution, horizontal issues and key elements. In the Q&A session that followed, Sophie Steins Bisshop (SRB Directorate A) discussed with participants triggers for resolution, resolution tools used for the Banco Popular case and the own nature of critical functions.
Wilson Ervin (Vice Chairman at Credit Suisse) described the development of ‘bail-in’ as a schematic to address the ‘too big to fail’ problem, comparing it to alternative techniques as well as to the regulatory frameworks in the United States and in the European Union. The presentation is complemented by a commentary by Patrick Honohan, former Governor of the Central Bank of Ireland, currently an honorary professor of economics at Trinity College Dublin and a nonresident senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics.
Christos Gortsos (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens) outlines the conditions for the resolution of credit institutions under recent EU Law; then, jointly with Seraina Grünewald (Assistant Professor for Financial Market Law at the Institute of Law of the University of Zurich), they highlight how the rules were applied and what were their outcomes in the recent cases of Spanish and Italian banks.
International finance expert Enrico Perotti (Professor of International Finance at University of Amsterdam) assesses the evolution and the future prospectives for Contingent Convertible (CoCo) bonds. The presentation is followed by and a commentary by Simon Gleeson (Partner at Clifford Chance London), a legal expert and practitioner in financial services and banking regulation.
Tobias Tröger (Chair of Private Law, Trade and Business Law and Jurisprudence, Goethe-University Frankfurt am Main) addresses the Financial Stability Board’s Total Loss-Absorbing Capacity (TLAC) requirements, with a particular look at the EBA’s Minimum Requirement for Own Funds and Eligible Liabilities (MREL) prescriptions in the Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive.
Joaquín Almunia (Former vice-president of the European Commission), Ramon Marimon (European University Institute and UPF – Barcelona GSE), Gorgio Monti (European University Institute; ADEMU) and Morten Ravn (University College London; ADEMU) discuss Brexit and its implications, among others, on the EMU and the single market.
Enrico Perotti (Professor of International Finance at University of Amsterdam) addresses the new regulatory treatment of Contingent Convertible Debt instruments and the development of the underlying CoCo bond markets, analysing along various dimensions of the contractual feature of the existing stock of debt.
Organised in the framework of the ADEMU project and moderated by Ramon Marimon (ADEMU Scientific Coordinator), this seminar discusses the euro crisis with Thomas F. Cooley (Stern School of Business, NYU), Giancarlo Corsetti (Cambridge University), Lucrezia Reichlin (London Business School), René Smits (University of Amsterdam) and ADEMU-EUI Working Group members.
This seminar offers a critical approach to capital requirements with a particular emphasis put on risk absorption capacity in the context of the new Capital Requirements Directive (CRD4) and the Financial Stability Board’s Total Loss Absorbing Capacity (TLAC) standard. Presentation by Enrico Perotti (Professor of International Finance at University of Amsterdam).
Brigid Laffan (Director, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies) and Pierre Schlosser (Scientific Coordinator, FBF) discuss a research report entitled The Rise of a Fiscal Europe? Negotiating Europe’s New Economic Governance, dissecting the key negotiations and decisions made following the Eurozone debt crisis and exploring their long term and profound political implications.
Evi Pappa (Professor of Macroeconomic, EUI), Christos Hadjiemmanuil (Professor of International and European Monetary and Financial Institutions, University of Piraeus), Thomas Cooley (Professor of Economics, NYU Stern) and Ramon Marimon (Professor of Economics and Pierre Werner Chair, EUI) discuss the Greek crisis, particularly the economic ramifications of the latest bailout deal.