Systemic Risk Centre public lecture
Date: Monday 7 July 2014
Venue: Old Theatre, Old Building
Speaker: Stefan Ingves
Discussant: Dr Jon Danielsson
Chair: Professor Charles Goodhart
Stefan Ingves is in charge of designing Basel III, the new financial regulations that will help protect the financial system from excesses whilst supporting its mission of promoting economic growth. He will address the question of whether Basel III lives up to its expectations and the main obstacles to its implementation.
Stefan Ingves is Governor of the Riksbank and Chairman of the Executive Board. He is Chairman of the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision. He also chairs the Advisory Technical Committee of the European Systemic Risk Board. He is a member of the ECB General Council, of the Board of Directors of the Bank for International Settlements and Governor in the International Monetary Fund. He has previously been Director of the Monetary and Financial Systems Department at the IMF, Deputy Governor of the Riksbank and General Director of the Swedish Bank Support Authority.
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