The 8th edition of our Frankfurt Conference on Financial Market Policy will take place virtually as a series of online events between 17 November 2020 and 9 December 2020. The events will discuss the lessons and implications of the ongoing pandemic crisis for finance from different angles.
We cordially invite you to attend the last web seminar of the series on
Policy Options for the European Recovery
Wednesday, 9 December 2020, 12:00-13:30 p.m. CET via Zoom
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Mark Bowman (Director General, Her Majesty Treasury)
Jörg Kukies (State Secretary, Federal Ministry of Finance)
Emmanuel Moulin (Director General, French Treasury)
Introduction and Moderation:
Jan Pieter Krahnen (Scientific Director, Leibniz Institute SAFE)
The European recovery from the COVID-19 crisis will likely be a rocky road with many obstacles. To assist the recovery, policy makers in Europe put together unprecedented emergency packages - at the national, but also at the European level. Yet, many open questions about the road ahead remain: When are the programs considered successful? How to implement the European program against the resistance of some EU member states? How can a sustainable and lasting economic recovery be achieved efficiently? How should national programs be coordinated and implemented? What does the recovery imply for the future of the banking industry? This panel will discuss these and other questions on the policy options for a successful European recovery from different national angles.