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London Financial Regulation Seminars

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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 on Mondays  in R405, 4th Floor, Lionel Robbins building at LSE between 5.45pm to 7.15pm.  Enter the Library building through the side door on Portugal Street, and take the elevator to the 4th floor, see map|.  Drinks will be served afterwards.  Unless otherwise stated there are no papers available for these events.

Summer Term 2014

12 May 2014: Dimitrios P. Tsomocos (Said Business School, Oxford) and Kevin James (Financial Conduct Authority)
‘A Bank’s Progress’

2 June 2014: Charles Goodhart (LSE) and Miguel Segoviano (IMF)
'Focus on the Determination of Bank Recovery’

9 June 2014: Richard Olsen (Olsen) 
‘Electronic Money’

23 June 2014: Emiliano Tornese (European Commission)
'The SRM: The State of Play’



Revisions to the programme may take place and these will be identified through this website.

The organisers of this seminar series are (in alphabetical order):- 
Professor Ray Barrell, Professor of Economics, Brunel University; Professor Charles Goodhart, Programme Director, Regulation and Financial Stability, Financial Markets Group, London School of Economics; Dr Thomas Huertas, Partner, Ernst & Young, Dr Kevin James, Economist, Bank of England, Professor Rosa Maria Lastra, Professor in International Financial and Monetary Law, Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary, University of London; and, Professor Geoffrey Wood, Professor of Economics, Faculty of Finance, City University Business School. 

The London Financial Regulation seminar series gratefully acknowledges financial support from the AXA Research Fund.