Format: Soundcloud

  1. Sovereign Fragility

    Lee Buchheit, Honorary Professor at the University of Edinburgh.

    25 April 2019

  2. The Legal Aspects of Collective Action Clauses

    Anna Gelpern interviewed by Jan Trevisan, Florence School of Banking & Finance.

    24 April 2019

  3. The Anatomy of Sovereing Debt Restructuring

    Jeromin Zettelmeyer, Senior Fellow at the Peterson Institute of International Economics interviewed by Jan Trevisan, Florence School of Banking & Finance.

    24 April 2019

  4. Stress testing: identifying risks and estimating losses

    Til Schuermann, partner at Oliver Wyman and Co-Head of Risk and Public Policy practice for the Americas interviewed by Jan Trevisan, Florence School of Banking & Finance.

    10 April 2019

  5. Stress Testing and Bank Supervision

    Mario Quagliariello, Director of Economic Analysis and Statistics at the European Banking Authority interviewed by Jan Trevisan, Florence School of Banking & Finance.

    9 April 2019

  6. The Perspective of Bank Supervisors on NPLs

    Oleg Shmeljov, Senior Policy Expert at the Department of Banking Markets, Innovations and Consumers at the European Banking Authority (EBA).

    3 April 2019

  7. Non-Performing Exposures: Management and Supervision

    Andrea Resti, Professor at Bocconi University in Milan interviewed by Jan Trevisan, Florence School of Banking & Finance.

    3 April 2019

  8. The European Policy Response Towards NPLs

    Markus Aspegren, Economist at the European Commission (Directorate General for Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Union).

    2 April 2019

  9. Dealing with NPLs in practice

    Laurence Bogni-Bartholmé, Chief Risk Officer at Lowell Group interviewed by Jan Trevisan, Florence School of Banking & Finance.

    2 April 2019

  10. The Journey Towards Making Banks Resolvable

    In a high-profile lecture in Florence, Dr. Elke König (Chair of the Single Resolution Board)talks about the EU framework for resolution, explains how the SRB conceives and works on resolvability, and provides an assessment on the state of play and next steps.

    22 March 2019

  11. Credit Cycles and the Macroeconomy

    Moritz Schularick, Professor of Economics and Economic History at the University of Bonn.

    20 March 2019

  12. Panel Data Methods for Banking

    Jeffrey Wooldridge, University Distinguished Professor of Economics at Michigan State University.

    6 March 2019

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