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Supervision and Integration Conference

Opportunities for European Banking and Capital Markets

23 May 2019 The Westin Grand Frankfurt

Agenda

For speaker opportunities please contact James Hodgson at james.hodgson@afme.eu or on +44 (0) 20 3828 2695. 

10:00

Registration and refreshments

10:30

Chair’s opening remarks
Michael Cole-Fontayn, Chairman, AFME

10.40

Keynote address: Building the EU’s capital markets: what remains to be done?

  • The EU funding mix – which financial system should we strive for and why?
  • What role for banks in capital markets?
  • What are the challenges to moving forward with market-based finance? What impact does Brexit have?
  • Manging risks arising in the non-bank sector

Keynote speaker: Luis de Guindos, Vice President, ECB

11.10

Keynote address: Completing the Banking and Capital Markets Union - what is needed in the next institutional cycle?

Keynote speaker: Dr Jörg Kukies, State Secretary, German Ministry of Finance

11.40

Session 1: Europe’s Banking Union and Capital Markets Union Projects

  • Are these two projects mutually reinforcing? How do they help shore up financial stability?
  • What type of banking industry do we need for strong, stable capital markets, and vice versa?
  • What role does bank profitability play and what can be done?
  • How can we move the two projects forward against the backdrop of post-crisis national ring fencing?
  • Which actions should the new Commission prioritise? What can markets and the private sector do?

Moderator: Michael Lever, Managing Director, Prudential Regulation, AFME

Panellists:
Dr Stephan Hutter, Partner, Capital Markets, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom
Martin Merlin
, Dir D, Bank and Insurance, DG FISMA, European Commission
Veronique Ormezzano, Head of Group Regulatory Affairs, BNP Paribas
Geert Wijnhoven, Group Treasurer, ING Bank

12:30

Networking lunch

13.20

Session 2: What supervisory architecture do we need in the EU to support these projects?

  • Should there be greater centralisation of supervision?
  • Should banking and market supervision be distinct?
  • Is the current system too complex, does it create inefficiencies?
  • Does the single rulebook have teeth without single implementation?
  • How can we ensure effective cooperation between the multiple European supervisory authorities? European/national - rule makers/those who implement the rules – macro/micro authorities– going/gone concern perspectives, etc.
  • What practical changes would help the system?

Moderator: Jacqueline Mills, Managing Director, Head of Frankfurt Office, AFME

Panellists:
Rodrigo Buenaventura, General Director, Markets, CNMV
Adam Farkas
, Executive Director, EBA
Frank Pierschel, Head of Division, International Banking Supervision, BaFin
Fatima Pires,
Deputy DG Macroprudential Policy & Financial Stability, ECB

14.10

Session 3: Global supervisory trust and cooperation in banking and capital markets


Introductory remarks:
 Market Fragmentation
Speaker: Joseph Noss, Financial Stability Board Secretariat


Panel discussion:

  • Why does trust between supervisory authorities matter for banking and capital markets?
  • Are we seeing a trend towards increased national fragmentation? What is the cost?
  • What incentives can be put in place to enhance trust between home and host authorities?
  • Can technology play a role in rebuilding trust/overcoming national boundaries?

Moderator: Simon Brennan, Director, Deloitte

Panellists:
Patrick Amis, Director General, DG MS3, ECB
Mary-Cécile Duchon
, Deputy Director, International Affairs Directorate, Autorité de Contrôle Prudentiel et de Résolution (ACPR)
Charlotte Gerken
, Director, Bank of England
Wilson Ervin,
 Vice Chairman, Credit Suisse
Michael Hsu, Associate Director, LISCC Supervision, Federal Reserve Board

15.30

Networking break

15.50

Fireside with industry leaders: Visions for EU capital markets from senior market practitioners

  • What does the single market for financial services mean for your business?
  • How does it benefit clients and end-users of financial services? To what extent to we see pricing divergences across Member States?
  • What are the key drivers to business model changes and what role does the supervisory architecture play?
  • What type of improvements would you like to see the EU supervisory architecture?

Moderator: Silvia Schmitten, Chief Operating Officer for Germany, Barclays

 

Panellists:
Guy Laffineur, Global Head of Markets, UniCredit
Gerald Podobnik
, Head of FIG EMEA and Global Head of Capital Solutions, Deutsche Bank 
Martin Wiesmann
, Vice Chairman of Investment Banking, EMEA, J.P. Morgan 
Stefan Winter, Member of the Management Board, Head Investment Bank, UBS

16:40

Concluding remarks
Jacqueline Mills, Managing Director, Head of Frankfurt Office, AFME

16:45

Networking drinks reception