European Capital Markets and Brexit: the Road(s) Ahead

Event

Summary
Date: 
September 10th 2018
Time: 16:30-19:00   Venue: Bocconi University, Milan, Italy
Keynote speaker: Mario Nava (Chairman, CONSOB)
PanelFranco Bruni (Bocconi University), Jon Danielsson (SRC, LSE), Marco Ventoruzzo (Bocconi University), Jean-Pierre Zigrand (SRC, LSE)
ChairDonato Masciandaro (Bocconi University)
 
OrganisersJon Danielsson (SRC, LSE), Donato Masciandaro (Bocconi University)
 
Financial markets are important for delivering economic growth and stability to the citizens of the European Union but they also pose danger to the prosperity of Europe.  The Capital Markets Union (CMU) is designed to give firms and households better access to financial services, fostering market integration across the EU.  Supporting the mission of the CMU is financial technology and artificial intelligence, which promise to revolutionise the provision of financial services in Europe, while also creating new threats. Meanwhile, the uncertainty around Brexit also adversely affects the provision of financial services.  The aim of this workshop is to explore the challenges facing the financial sector in Europe in the context of the CMU, highlighting which are the obstacles to market financing for SMEs and companies in general and which are the tools in the hands of the national administration and legislators to address and fix these challenges. 
 
For further information on the programme and registration, please visit our co-host's event page.
 
The conference is co-hosted by Bocconi University and Systemic Risk Centre, LSE.