"Reforming European Financial Markets: The Case of Italy"

“Reforming European Financial Markets: The Case of Italy”

Autore: FeBAF

Data: 27/06/2016

Ore: 18:00 - 19:30

Luogo: International Student House of Washington DC - 1825 R St NW, Washington, DC 20009

Tematica: Credit

Description of the event:
The financial crisis of 2008 highlighted the interdependence of the financial and banking systems of the EU’s Member States, which doesn’t correspond to a similar integration of the European Single Market. For this reason, two new institutions were created to achieve the so-called Banking Union. Moreover, the Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive (BRRD) was issued to regulate banking crises through the so called bail-in. These structural reforms are still at their implementation stage, leaving experts to assess which will be the effects on the Member States.

Action Institute, in the person of its President Carlotta de Franceschi, participates to the conference “Reforming the European Financial Markets: The Case of Italy” organized by FeBAF at the International Students House of Washington DC, on June 27 2016.
Carlotta De Franceschi, Executive Director of Veneto Banca and President at Action Institute
Paolo Garonna, Secretary General at FeBAF and Professor at LUISS University
Alessandro Piol, Partner and Co-founder of AlphaPrime Ventures
Douglas A. Rediker, Senior Fellow at Brookings
Nicolas Véron, Fellow at Peterson Institute for International Economics and Bruegel
Type of the event: Reserved

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