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Welcome to SUERF - The European Money and Finance Forum

SUERF - The European Money and Finance Forum is an independent, non-profit network association of central banks, supervisors, financial institutions, academic institutions, and financial sector practitioners. It provides a unique forum for information, research, networking and debate on financial and monetary issues, financial regulation and supervision, and monetary policy.

Events and Meetings

2018   
07 Jun, 2018 SUERF/BAFFI CAREFIN Centre Conference
Do we need central bank digital currency? Economics, Technology and Psychology
Milan, Italy  
04 May, 2018 SUERF I OeNB I WU Conference
Green finance, regulation and monetary policy
Vienna, Austria  
10 Apr, 2018 SUERF Conference, hosted by EY
Back to "normal" or will lower last longer? Where will global interest rates head as central banks exit from QE?
London, United Kingdom  
19 Feb - 24 Feb, 2018 51st Researcher Seminar Radein 2018
Monetary policy: Current and future challenges
Radein South Tyrol, Italy  
08 Feb, 2018 GIC/SUERF/Deutsche Bundesbank Conference
Monetary and economic policies on both sides of the Atlantic
Frankfurt am Main, Germany
25 Jan, 2018 5th SUERF/UniCredit & Universities Foundation Workshop
Current and future topics in sovereign debt markets
Vienna, Austria

Testimonials and Endorsements

Ewald Nowotny

Ewald Nowotny

Governor, Oesterreichische Nationalbank

„The Oesterreichische Nationalbank has hosted SUERF’s Secretariat at our premises in Vienna since 2000. Our long-standing co-operation with SUERF has been both a pleasure and of mutual benefit. During this time, we have jointly organised nine workshops, conferences and colloquia. These events have been of consistently high scientific quality and have always addressed topics of immediate interest to central bankers, supervisors, financial firms and academic economists. SUERF successfully creates a joint communication and networking platform among quite distinct groups. SUERF smoothly bridges the gaps in language, concepts, and interests among them, thus creating new perspectives, insights and solutions. What I particularly like about SUERF is the Association’s non-profit, non-partisan attitude: people there seek to facilitate dialogue and new thinking, not to push an agenda or make a profit. We will gladly continue our co-operation, and I warmly recommend membership and support for SUERF.“

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Hyun Song Shin

Hyun Song Shin

Economic Adviser and Head of Research, Monetary and Economic Department, BIS

”SUERF provides a rare setting where economists from academia, central banks and the private sector can debate cutting edge issues and reach insights that are much more than the sum of the individual contributions. Academic studies benefit from the richer institutional setting from practitioners and policymakers, while applied work benefits from the eye on detail and rigour that academics provide. I applaud SUERF’s efforts and expect it to contribute further to the development of the subject.”

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Axel Weber

Axel Weber

Chairman, UBS AG

"SUERF does a great job in identifying the burning issues in central banking, money and finance. SUERF’s mission to bring together academics, policy makers and financial practitioners has become all the more important in the post-crisis environment. SUERF’s highly focused events and publications really add value. It is a network worth supporting and being part of."more »»»

Recent Publications and Announcements

 

SUERF Policy Note No. 22 Deepening the Economic and Monetary Union: the EU priorities by 2025 and beyond
By Marco Buti
SUERF Conference Proceedings 2017/2New Challenges in Central Banking: Monetary Policy Governance and Macroprudential Issues
Edited by Ernest Gnan and Donato Masciandaro
SUERF Policy Note No. 21 Risk sharing in EMU: key insights from a literature Review
By Demosthenes Ioannou and David Schäfer 
SUERF Policy Note No. 20 Recent developments in Chinese shadow Banking
By Michael Chui and Christian Upper
SUERF Policy Note No. 19Is cash back? Assessing the recent increase in cash demand
By Clemens Jobst and Helmut Stix
SUERF Policy Note No. 18Is there a risk of snapback in long-dated yields?
By Hyun Song Shin
SUERF Policy Note No. 17Gaming the rules or ruling the game? – How to deal with regulatory arbitrage
By Danièle Nouy
SUERF Policy Note No. 16International financial crises: new understandings, new data
By Jaime Caruana

 

 



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