Third in a series of high-level roundtables organised by the CEPS Financial Institutions Unit on the future of financial regulation in Europe. These will gather researchers, industry experts, and key policy-makers to debate the future design and potential consequences of forthcoming financial regulatory frameworks.
The trilogue between the Commission, Parliament and the Council aims to reach a common agreement before the first plenary reading by the beginning of July. Afterwards, a variety of technical details remains to be defined or have to be redrafted by EBA, whereas ESRB will have to fit macro prudential measures in the technical details. The roundtable will assess the compromises reached by the European institutions and discuss the variety of detailed technical guidelines and standards that remain to be defined by EBA and ESRB. In this meeting, CEPS will also launch a new study on bank business models and the future of regulation in the EU.