“Is It Made of Timber or Steel? State of Play of the Banking Union”
Joint-seminar organised by the Law Department’s EU Financial and Monetary Law working group and the Robert Schuman Centre
Stefaan De Rynck (DG FISMA, European Commission) will present a paper on the state of banking union, covering the issues of supervision, resolution and deposit guarantees. The paper reviews competing explanations for the emergence of banking union on the EU agenda. It also discusses the first indications on the effectiveness of banking union, both for a more centralized EU banking policy and for breaking the nexus between national banks and their sovereigns in the context of Euro Area crisis management.
Mr. De Rynck is an EU official who worked with Commissioner Michel Barnier on the creation of the single supervisory mechanism and the new resolution regime for EU banks. He is currently Head of Unit in DG FISMA for free movement of capital and enforcement of financial regulation. He teaches at the Collegio Carlo Alberto (University of Turin) and the College of Europe (Bruges), and has a PhD from the EUI, and has recently published in JEPP on the creation of the banking union. Currently he is drafting a chapter on banking union for a Routledge Handbook on EU Public Policy.
- Manuela Moschella (Associate Professor in International Political Economy, Scuola Normale Superiore, Florence)
- Christy Petit (Law Department, European University Institute)
The session will be chaired and moderated by Pierre Schlosser, Florence School of Banking and Finance