Conference: “Financial Regulation and Systemic Risk: 10 years after Lehman”
Mon 17 September 2018
8:30 – 18:30
28 Place de la Bourse – 75002 Paris
10 years after the Lehman debacle and the financial crisis of 2008, what have we learned about monitoring and regulation of systemic risk in the financial system? What is the impact of the financial reforms undertaken since 2008 on the stability of the financial system? Is the financial system safer than in 2008?
This one-day event brings together leading researchers to get their perspectives on these important issues and present their outlook on financial regulation and systemic risk.
1-Day event at Paris Bourse (Palais Brongniart): 17 Sept 2018, 08:30 – 18:00
Conférence d’une journée au Palais Brongniart: 17 Sept 2018, 8h30- 18h00
Les exposés auront lieu en anglais. The event will be held in English.
Financial regulation: regulatory reforms, benchmark reforms, macroprudential regulation
Systemic risk: channels of contagion, monitoring of systemic risk
Stress testing: bank stress tests, macroprudential stress tests, stress test of market infrastructure
OTC markets: transparency, central clearing and CCPs, margin requirements for noncleared derivatives
Impact of the the new regulations on risk management in financial institutions
For more information: https://sites.google.com/view/lehman10/