Seminar 10 : Completing the Reform of the EU Banking sector: the CRD5/TLAC legislative package

Seminar 10 : The links between the Risk Reduction package and the Capital Markets Union”
Significance of the ongoing EU banking reforms for the real economy

27 September 2017 – 16:00-18:00 – European Parliament

The European Parliamentary Financial Services Forum seminars for European Parliament staff are designed to deliver a deeper understanding of financial markets and services. In the context of the ongoing work to complete the reform of the EU banking sector (RRM/CRD5 package) the seminar will explore the strong interlinkages with the efforts to foster capital markets and to achieve a Capital Markets Union. The perspective of real economy actors, the end-users of capital markets, will be particularly prominent.

PROGRAMME

16:00 INTRODUCTION by MEP Burkhard BALZ

16:10 BANKS’ ROLE IN CAPITAL MARKETS

– Role of trading activities in the EU economy
– capital formation, market making, hedging
– The importance of market liquidity
– drivers and recent trends
– Overview of some markets: government bonds markets; corporate bonds markets; equity markets; derivatives markets; repo markets.
– Q&A

16:35 PRESENTATION OF CASE STUDIES

– Several case studies will be presented by end-users and banks; with Q&A during the presentations

17:55 CLOSING REMARKS

18:00 END OF SESSION

Panel of speakers:

Michael Lever, Head of Prudential Regulation Division, AFME
Stephane Denise, Group ALM Deputy Head at BNP Paribas (representing the EBF)
Christiaan Wanningen, CFA – Senior Policy Advisor – MN (Pension Fund)
Carey Evans – Director, Global Public Policy, BlackRock (Asset Manager) Others TBC

Moderator:

Stefano Mazzocchi, Managing Director, Advocacy, AFME