ERA (Academy of European Law) is organising a summer course on EU financial regulation and supervision. The course takes place in Trier, from 21 September 2020 to 25 September 2020.
The course is currently planned as a face-to-face event. If necessary to any pandemic measures, participants will be able to switch to an online format or cancel at no cost.
It will provide a comprehensive introduction to the regulation and supervision of financial markets in the European Union. Participants will learn about the main challenges faced and the approaches adopted by EU financial regulators and supervisors. Participants will also have the opportunity toE visit the European Stability Mechanism (ESM) in Luxembourg.
- Overview of EU financial regulation and supervision
- EU financial lawmaking
- The European supervisory architecture (EBA, ESMA & EIOPA), the Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM) and the role of the ECB
- Basel Capital Accords and the CRD/CRR bank capital adequacy requirements
- Bank crisis management: Single Resolution Mechanism (SRM), bank resolution and insolvency
- MiFID II/MiFIR and financial services regulation
- Market abuse regime: MAD/MAR
- Market transparency, prospectus requirements
- Climate finance: sustainable investments, ESG disclosure, green bonds, climate taxonomy
- Payments, clearing and settlement (PSD2, CBPR, EMIR, CSDR)
- FinTech, RegTech, SupTech, AI, cryptocurrencies and other virtual assets
A 20% Early Bird discount is available for registrations up until 21 July 2020.
Please click here for the full conference program.