May 11th, 2016 | Palacio de la Bolsa de Madrid
Plaza de la Lealtad,1 | 12:00 – 14:00 | Conference Hall
Organised by: Fedea and BME
The Capital Markets Union (CMU) project is an opportunity to rethink financial integration after the crisis. The lack of private risk sharing, i.e. cross-border holdings of assetes, lies at the core of the financial instability in the region. Integration of the single market also a pre-condition for further coordination of fiscal policies in the euro area. Building on an extensive literature review and analysis, with a rigorous methodology, the Report identifies 36 cross-border barriers to capital market integration and advances 33 policy recommendations to overcome them. The report builds upon a yearlong discussion with international academics, industry experts and policy-makers.
Javier Hernani, General Manager, BME
Ángel de la Fuente, Executive Director, Fedea
Lourdes Centeno, Vice Chairman, CNMV
PRESENTATION AND DISCUSSION OF THE REPORT
Europe’s untapped capital market. Rethinking financial integration after the crisis.
AUTHOR: Diego Valiente, Head of Financial Markets and Institutions, Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) & European Capital Markets Institute (ECMI).
Antonio Sáinz de Vicuña, External Consultant, KPMG – Spain
Carmen Ansotegui, Professor of Finance, ESADE Business School.
The session will be conducted in english.
Spanish wine will be served after the session.
PLEASE CONFIRM YOUR ATTENDANCE TO:
Victoria González Quintana
+34 91 589 13 48
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