Conference on Regulating Financial Markets

When:18 May 2015
  - 19 May 2015
Where:House of Finance, Campus Westend

Organizers: Research Center SAFE, Deutsche Bundesbank, ESMT, Center for Economic Policy Research


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The conference program will include high-quality theoretical and empirical research papers on regulation of financial markets. It especially covers topics on the link between financial intermediation and regulation, including:

  • the evaluation of macroprudential tools and unconventional monetary policy on financial institutions
  • the effects of financial market regulation on the real economy 
  • the impact of regulation on competition among banks and other financial institutions
  • the market entrance and exit of financial institutions
  • the coordination of supervision and regulation
  • the impact of capital regulation on bank behavior
  • the interaction of liquidity and solvency risk
  • the interaction of banking and trading (e.g. bank business models, compensation)

The keynote speakers will be Claudia Buch (Deutsche Bundesbank) on May 18, and Viral Acharya (New York University, NBER and CEPR) on May 19. The conference will also feature a high-ranking policy panel.



Rainer Haselmann (SAFE and Goethe University Frankfurt)

Thomas Kick (Deutsche Bundesbank) 

Jan Pieter Krahnen (SAFE, Goethe University and CEPR) 

Thilo Liebig (Deutsche Bundesbank) 

Christoph Memmel (Deutsche Bundesbank) 

Jörg Rocholl (ESMT Berlin) 

Sascha Steffen (ESMT Berlin)


The registration will be closed once the capacity of the venue is reached!