19th March 2012
This seminar focuses on some of the main EU and UK legal and regulatory reforms in response to the financial crisis and is designed to bring academics and policymakers together to exchange views on these EU legislative and regulatory initiatives.
The programme is available to download here. Issues addressed include:
- EU maximum harmonisation principle and Capital Requirements Directive IV,
- Solvency II,
- The doctrine of reasonable expectations,
- UK regulatory restructuring and the Vicker's Commission proposals on ring-fenced banks.
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SAS postgrads and academics should email Nikoletta Kleftouri to register.
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