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SAVE THE DATE - 30 NOVEMBER 2010!

Brussels

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The Association for Financial Markets in Europe (AFME) invites you to participate in The Next Steps to Securing Financial Stability Event  that will take place on 30th  November 2010 in Brussels.

Considerable progress has been made in addressing the causes of the financial crisis and introducing reforms to reduce the risk of systemic failure.  But what more needs to be done? And has every reform that has been implemented or proposed been shown to mitigate risk?  Is there coherence in the current legislative proposals and is the effect of the cumulative overlap understood? This AFME event will bring together industry experts, market participants and senior regulators to debate these topics.

This event will follow the publication later this month of an AFME report, “Prevention and Cure: Securing Financial Stability After the Crisis”. This report, which has been produced with the involvement of some 250 senior figures from numerous financial institutions and professional firms, considers the degree to which recent and current regulatory initiatives have addressed the causes of the financial crisis and offers for discussion ideas for further reforms to reduce risk in the system.  It covers a wide range of topics, including the challenges posed by designating financial institutions as systemically important, corporate governance for financial institutions, prudential regulation, supervision, market infrastructure and resolution.

Do not miss this chance to contribute to the debate on the future of financial regulation and of the financial system itself.

 

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For more information, please contact Michala Kocúrová

Tel: + 44 20 7743 9337

Email: michala.kocurova@afme.eu

Location

The Free State of Bavaria to the European Union Offices

Rue Wiertz 77
1000 Brussels

Belgium


The Association for Financial Markets in Europe

AFME promotes fair, orderly, and efficient European wholesale capital markets and provides leadership in advancing the interests of all market participants.

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