Book presentation: Financial Regulation: A Transatlantic Perspective

When:11 November 2015
, 18:15
 - 19:45
Where:Westend Campus, Goethe University Frankfurt

Edited by Ester Faia, Andreas Hackethal, Michael Haliassos and Katja Langenbucher, Goethe University Frankfurt

Shortly before the first anniversary of the Single Supervisory Mechanism, a comprehensive book volume analyzes the far reaching reforms of financial regulation currently being implemented in Europe. The volume on “Financial Regulation: A Transatlantic Perspective”, published by Cambridge University Press, provides readers with an overview of the recent changes in the regulation of the financial sector, an assessment of the interplay with monetary policy, how the two affect the lending behavior of banks, and what challenges they pose for investor and borrower protection. The book features contributions from renowned scholars from the fields of economics and law as well as from practitioners active in the reform developments. The creation of the book was supported by the SAFE Policy Center and the Center for Financial Studies.

 

Program

Summary presentation of the book 

Ester Faia, Chair of Monetary and Fiscal Policy, Goethe University 

Katja Langenbucher, Chair of Private Law, Business Law, and Banking Law, Goethe University 

 

Guest Commentary

Mario Nava, Director Regulation and Prudential Supervision of Financial Institutions, European Commission 

 

Responses and further discussion 

Ester Faia, Andreas Hackethal (Endowed Chair of Personal Finance, Goethe University), Michael Haliassos (Chair of Macroeconomics and Finance, Goethe University, Director of the CFS and Director of the CEPR Network on Household Finance) and Katja Langenbucher