About the School


The Florence School of Banking & Finance is a European platform bringing together practitioners and academics from the Banking and Finance sector to develop a common culture of regulation and supervision in the European Union.

It does so through training and policy debate, in close interaction with its network of leading academic institutions.

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Next Trainings

Anti-Money Laundering Academy

12 September - 07 October
Online academy

Prudential risk and policies in the European investment fund sector

15 September - 07 October
Blended course

Macroprudential Policy Implementation Academy

02-22 November
Online academy

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Latest blogpost

Ukraine and European integration

A reflection of the impact of Ukraine crisis on the actors, instruments, and rules of the European integration.

Thorsten Beck


Cutting currency risk for developing countries

Four Lessons from Sovereign Debt Problems in the COVID Crisis

Completing the European Banking Union


23 September 2022

Tackling Money Laundering - a seminar with Marcus Pleyer (FATF)

On 20th September, the School in collaboration with the Max Weber Programme, organised a seminar on “Tackling Money Laundering globally and in the EU” in the framework of the Financial in Tuscan Hills research...

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23 June 2022

Annual Conference and Women in Finance - FBF hosted two intense days of Policy dialogue

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3 June 2022

FBF will host a workshop on Artificial intelligence and Machine Learning in finance

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2 June 2022

Sovereign debt experts met in Florence for DebtCon#5

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