Title: Fintech Seminar
Date: March 9, 2018
Location: Copenhagen Business School, Solbjerg Plads 3, SP210
On Fintech and the European Banking Authority
Excitement around the possibilities and risks from emerging financial technology is growing. Public expectations of regulators are great. To provide clear guidance on its own thinking, and seek input from all stakeholders, the European Banking Authority issued a discussion paper in late 2017. The results from that feedback are now in. The feedback was enthusiastic, with themes ranging from the need for a European knowledge hub to keep supervisors up to date, the importance of consistently policing the regulatory perimeter, the benefits of technological neutrality in supervisory approaches, and why consumer awareness and protection remains key. Andrea Enria, the EBA’s Chairman will discuss these themes and explain how they have influenced the EBA’s thinking on key risks, opportunities and priority work areas in the coming years.
Mr. Andrea Enria
Mr Andrea Enria took office as the first Chairman of the European Banking Authority on 1 March 2011. Before that date he was the Head of the Regulation and Supervisory Policy Department at the Bank of Italy. He previously served as Secretary General of CEBS, dealing with technical aspects of EU banking legislation, supervisory convergence and cooperation within the EU. In the past, he also held the position of Head of Financial Supervision Division at the European Central Bank. Before joining the ECB he worked for several years in the Research Department and in the Supervisory Department of the Bank of Italy. Mr Enria has a BA in Economics from Bocconi University and a M. Phil. in Economics from Cambridge University
Sign up for attendance
To attend the workshop, please send an e-mail to Kirstine Dinesen, email@example.com no later than Friday, March 2nd.
|Organized by||Center for Corporate Governance
Lars Ohnemus & Pr. Tom Kirchmaier
|Date||March 9, 2018
|Venue||Copenhagen Business School
Solbjerg Plads 3, Room SP210