Bringing together a speaker line-up of senior officials, including regulatory policy-makers from Ireland and abroad, the conference will provide an analysis of developments during the past year since the introduction of SSM and priorities for 2016. In addition, speakers will focus on the new SRM effective from January next. The conference will also look at developments at the international level on macro prudential supervision and conclude with a panel discussion.
There have been significant changes in the EU’s financial system from a supervisory perspective over the past year. The Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM), which is one of the main pillars of Banking Union, has been in operation since 4 November 2014. Another main pillar, the Single Resolution Mechanism (SRM), will come into effect from 1 January 2016. As financial institutions work to navigate this new supervisory landscape and assess the regulatory impact of supervisory changes, Banking and Payments Federation Ireland, in association with Mazars, will host a Banking Union half-day conference on Friday 27 November in The Marker Hotel, Dublin.
Date: 27 November 2015
Time: 8.30 am - 12.00 pm
Location: The Marker Hotel, Dublin
Member Price: €220 per person
Non Member Price: €320 per person
- Dr Elke Konig, Chair of the Single Resolution Board: Introduction of the Single Resolution Mechanism
- Cyril Roux, Deputy Governor, Financial Regulation, Central Bank of Ireland: Working with the SSM Regime
- Mark Kennedy, Managing Partner, Mazars: Impact of SSM/SRM on Financial Markets
- John Fell, Deputy Director General, Macroprudential Policy & Financial Stability, European Central Bank: Macro-Prudential Rules
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