The Florence School of Banking and Finance hosts policy dialogue activities which aim at stirring a critical and thoughtful debate on the logic, soundness and implications of the European regulatory framework. The School’s thematic emphasis lies on financial stability and macro-prudential policy on the one hand and on banking regulation, supervision and resolution on the other.
Our policy-focused activities range from closed-door executive seminars, held under the Chatham House Rule, to public conferences and online seminars.
Our events are organised in cooperation with our scientific and institutional partners and involve senior practitioners, scholars and policy-makers.
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