An inter-disciplinary and inter-collegiate group of experts specialising in financial regulation will be holding a regular series of seminars, and more occasional conferences, on topics relating to this field.
To help us ensure that all delegates attending the seminar/workshop are able to participate fully, please le us know about any special requirements you have by emailing FMG@lse.ac.uk.
Unless otherwise stated meetings take place Meetings take place on Mondays in Old 3.21, unless otherwise stated, 3rd floor of Old Building at LSE (Houghton Street) between 5.45pm and 7.15pm. Drinks will be served afterwards. Unless otherwise stated there are no papers available for these events.
Michaelmas Term 2015
Professor Robert Aliber (University of Chicago)
Domestic Financial Regulation and International Monetary Reform
29 October, 18.30
Public Lecture: Dr Andreas Dombret
Shaken but not Stirred? The Banking System Seven Years after the Crisis
See website for more information:
29 & 30 October
LSE Systemic Risk Centre Conference
Stress Testing & Macro-prudential Regulation: A Trans-Atlantic Assessment
See website for more information: www.systemicrisk.ac.uk/events/stress-testing-and-and-macro-prudential-regulation-trans-atlantic-assessment
Avinash Persaud (Chairman, Intelligence Capital Ltd)
Rosa Lastra (QMUL) & David Bholat and Kallol Sen (Bank of England)
Non Performing Loans: Prudential and Accounting treatment
17 November, 16.00-18.00 ; Centre for Commercial Law Studies, School of Law, QMUL, 67-69 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, Room 3.1
The Lloyd’s Crisis and its Resolution – Legal Aspects
Speakers: Andrew Duguid (author and former advisor to the Council of Lloyd’s), Graham Nicholson (Former Chief Legal Advisor, Bank of England), Adam Ridley (Member of the Council of Lloyd’s & of the Lloyd’s Regulatory Board 1997-1999, subsequently Chair of the Independent “Names’ Committee” set up by Lloyd’s & Chair until 2014 of the Trustees of Equitas.
Luis I. Jácome H. (Deputy Division Chief, Monetary and Macroprudential Policy Division)
A New Era of Central Banking in Latin America? A Historical Perspective
Revisions to the programme may take place and these will be identified through this website.
The London Financial Regulation seminar series gratefully acknowledges financial support from the AXA Research Fund.