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Welcome to the Florence School of Banking and Finance

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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.

Course participants


Nationalities represented


Institutions of origin


Policy dialogue participants


Upcoming Trainings

Climate Risks Academy

02-03 October 2023
Residential course

Macroprudential Policy Implementation Academy

02-20 October 2023
Online course

Prudential risks and policies in the European investment funds sector

10 October-10 November 2023
Blended course

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Upcoming events

Latest publication

Digital Euro: When in doubt, abstain (but be prepared)

Document prepared by the Economic Governance and EMU scrutiny Unit at the request of the ECON Committee.

Ignazio Angeloni


Banking regulation and environmental sustainability (Kern Alexander)

Financial sophistication and redistribution in credit card markets

Cash holdings and investment of SMEs


27 April 2023

Recent trends in UK financial sector regulation: any implications for the EU?

On 25 April, Director of Florence School of Banking and Finance (FBF) Thorsten Beck together with Assistant Professor at Dublin City University (DCU) Christy Ann Petit, presented their report on recent trends in UK...

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14 April 2023

FBF annual conference discusses banking sectors challenges in its transition to sustainability

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24 March 2023

FBF organised a live class on Bank Resolution for the South African Reserve Bank

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9 December 2022

New ECB-EUI partnership to train banking supervisors

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