The UCL Centre for Ethics and Law is hosting an one day conference on Bank Resolution regimes. This event will focus on the ‘evolution of international and national regulatory bank resolution frameworks that were created following the 2007 global financial crisis with a view to ensuring that when banks fail they do so in an orderly manner’, bringing together academics, practitioners and regulators to discuss different perspectives in establishing a bank resolution regime: from recent reforms that are aimed at completing the regime to lessons learned from past bank failures.
Conditions for entry into resolution; Banks’ loss absorbing capacity prior to and in resolution; Identification of impediments to institutions’ resolvability; Lessons learned from past resolution cases are among the topics that will be covered.
To attend, book your ticket here. The event is free for students.
The conference will take place on November 9, 2016 at the UCL Pavilion in London, UK.
For more information, see the official announcement.