The management of bank crisis in Europe: the spanish case, the italian cases

The management of bank crisis in Europe: the spanish case, the italian cases

Autore: Astrid Foundation

Data: 03/07/2017

Ore: 9:30 - 12:30

Luogo: Fondazione Astrid - Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 142, Roma

Tematica: Credit

Description of the event:


The Astrid Foundation (Foundation for the Analysis, Studies and Researches of Democratic Institutions’ Reform and Public Administrations’ Innovation), born in 2001, was founded by Franco Bassanini, current president of the institute, and by Giuliano Amato. Astrid gathers today more than three hundred academics, researchers and experts, that are specialised in analysis, planning and implementation of public policies, institutional and administrative reforms, the regulation of economy and European Union’s problems.

 

Astrid will host, in its offices in Rome, on the 3rd of July 2017, a seminar about the management of last bank crisis that hit Europe, such as the case of Banco Popular in Spain and the cases of Veneto Banca and Banca Popolare di Vicenza in Italy. Action Institute, with its president Carlotta de Franceschi, participates at the seminar.

Participants:

Roberto Gualtieri, Member S&D of European Parliament Parlamento Europeo
Carlotta de Franceschi, President of Action Institute
Marcello Messori, Director of the School of European Political Economy University LUISS Guido Carli
Alessandro Rivera, General Director at Ministry of Economy and Finance
Giovanni Sabatini, President of the Executive Committee of European Bank Federation

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