Towards variable union in Europe's capital markets

For six years running, ECMI has brought together an excellent line-up of leading academics, policy-makers and industry representatives to share their expertise on capital markets at its Annual Conference, attracting participants from across Europe and beyond. This year's event aims to take stock of the progress made so far in building a genuine European capital market, to identify the many challenges and opportunities that lie ahead and most importantly to assess whether more ambition is required.

  • Session 1. Short vs long-term investment: What will capital markets deliver? 
  • Session 2. Reforming the derivatives markets: Is the puzzle complete?
  • Session 3.  2017 ECMI Best Paper: Presentation and Award Ceremony
  • Session 4. DLT and its applications: Revolution or evolution?

Please click here for the full programme.

 

 

23
November 2017
Thursday
08:15-17:00

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Speakers

Claudia Buch
Deputy President, Deutsche Bundesbank
Angela Walch
Associate Professor of Law, St. Mary’s University
Ulrich Bindseil
Director General of Market Operations, European Central Bank
Ugo Bassi
Director of Financial Markets, DG FISMA, European Commission
Fabrizio Planta
Head of the Markets Department, European Securities and Markets Authority
Laurent Clamagirand
Group Chief Investment Officer, AXA
Daniel Maguire
CEO, LCG Group 
Rick Lacaille
Global Chief Investment Officer, State Street Global Advisors
Haoxiang Zhu
Associate Professor of Finance, MIT Sloan School of Management

Towards variable union in Europe's capital markets

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23
November 2017
Thursday
08:15-17:00
Participation is free of charge for CEPS, ECMI, ECRI corporate/institutional members, EU/national officials, full-time academics, NGOs, press and students. Registration fee (300€ incl. VAT) until 17 November 2017.

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Auditorium Chancellerie – BNP Paribas Fortis

Rue de la Chancellerie 1, 1000 Brussels