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Financial Disintermediation and the Future of the Banking Sector

SUERF/Banco de España Conference

Financial Disintermediation and the Future of the Banking Sector

Date:    30 October 2018
Venue: Banco de España - Paseo del Prado, 2, 28014 Madrid, Spain


Tuesday, 30 October 2018
08:30 Registration
09:00 Opening remarks

Pablo Hernández de Cos, Governor, Banco de España
Speech by Governor Hernández de CosSpeech by Governor Hernández de Cos

09:15 Keynote speech I

Trends and Cycles in Financial Intermediation
Philip Lane, Governor, Central Bank of Ireland

Governor, P. Lane  - presentationGovernor, P. Lane - presentation

10:00 Session 1: Financial disintermediation and the role of monetary policy and financial regulation

Chair: Thomas Vlassopoulos, Head of the Monetary Analysis Division, DG Monetary Policy, ECB
T. Vlassopoulos - presentationT. Vlassopoulos - presentation

Making room for the needy: the credit-reallocation effects of the ECB’s corporate QE
Óscar Arce, Director General Economics, Statistics and Research, Banco de España
Ó. Arce - presentationÓ. Arce - presentation

Banks vs markets
Leonardo Gambacorta, Research Adviser, Monetary and Economic Department, BIS
L. Gambacorta - presentationL. Gambacorta - presentation

Bank capital (requirements) and credit supply: evidence from pillar 2 decisions
Steven Ongena, Professor, University of Zurich
S. Ongena - presentationS. Ongena - presentation

11:30 Coffee break
12:00 Session 2: FinTech and the future of the banking sector

Chair: Patricia Jackson, Non-executive Director, Atom Bank and SUERF Council Member

Financial technology, regulation and the transformation of banking
David T. Llewellyn, Professor, Loughborough University and SUERF Council Member
D. Llewellyn - presenationD. Llewellyn - presenation

P2P lenders versus banks: cream skimming or bottom fishing?
Loriana Pelizzon, Professor, Goethe University Frankfurt
L. Pelizzon - presentationL. Pelizzon - presentation

Future scenarios for financial services
Javier Sebastián, Principal Economist, Digital Regulation and Trends, BBVA Research
J. Sebastián - presentationJ. Sebastián - presentation

13:30 Lunch
14:30 Keynote speech II

Credit booms and crises: the role of information
Luc Laeven, Director-General of the Research Department, ECB
L. Laeven - presentationL. Laeven - presentation

15:15 Policy panel on Capital Markets Union

Chair: Michala Marcussen, Group Chief Economist, Société Générale and SUERF Council Member

Capital markets union: focus on SMEs
Rodrigo Buenaventura, Director General for Markets, CNMV
R. Buenaventura - presentationR. Buenaventura - presentation

Financial fragmentation & Brexit
Andrea Enria, Chairperson, EBA
A. Enria - presentationA. Enria - presentation

Completing the banking union and implications for CMU
Nicolas Véron, Fellow, Bruegel and Visting Fellow, Peterson Institute for International Economics
N. Véron - presentationN. Véron - presentation

17:00 Concluding remarks

Jakob De Haan, SUERF President and Head of Research, De Nederlandsche Bank


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