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SAFE Director advocates a split between national primary insurers and a European savings reinsurer to complete the banking union

In a SAFE Policy Web panel, economists Markus Brunnermeier and Benoît Cœuré discuss the role of central banks in the wake of technological change

SAFE Director sees the European Central Bank's (ECB) current monetary policy decision as an attempt to stick to the inflation target alone

Central bank representatives present latest ECB Financial Stability Review at SAFE Policy Web Seminar

Artificial intelligence is increasingly being used in the financial sector. However, if it is trained by algorithms using biased data, this can have serious consequences for certain groups of people

The first "Frankfurt Interdisciplinary Live Debate" looks at solidarity in times of Covid-19 and beyond – and reveals some lines of conflict

Founding members continue academic exchange platform as panel discussion on “The future Post-COVID-19”

Cross-border banking relationships can have a destabilizing effect on national financial systems, but usually help to overcome financial crises

Smartphones make private investments in securities much easier, but this comes at a price in the long term

Researchers suggest in a SAFE White Paper that securities market supervision in Germany should be made independent of the government, instead, tied more closely to parliament, and that international experts should be appointed to BaFin’s…