Hi, you are logged in as , if you are not , please click here

THE ROLE OF CENTRAL BANKS IN FINANCIAL CRISIS MANAGEMENT POST-BREXIT

Info
Location
Package Option
Contact

Event Information

CCLS
Date of Event
23rd June 2017
Last Booking Date for this Event
20th June 2017
Description

A joint meeting convened by OMFIF and the Centre for Commercial Law Studies at Queen Mary University London on the post-Brexit role of central banks, examining both the legal and policy perspectives.

A joint policy meeting convened by OMFIF and the Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS) at Queen Mary University London on the post-Brexit role of central banks in financial crisis management, examining legal and institutional perspectives as well as the case for policy reform in view of existing and future challenges (e.g. political risk).

The discussion will focus on three areas of post-Brexit environment for central banks concerning respectively the following issues:

(a) Central banking independence and accountability;

(b) burden sharing between the public sector and the private sector; and

(c) the case for rethinking the policy objectives and scope of financial crisis management as well as the role of central banks as ‘crisis managers’.

Confirmed speakers/participants include:

  • Lord Meghnad Desai (House of Lords, EU Financial Affairs sub-committee)
  • John Nugée (Member, Board of Directors, OMFIF; former Chief Manager, Reserves, Bank of England)
  • Professor Rosa Lastra (CCLS)
  • Professor Saule Omarova (Cornell Law School)
  • Professor Robert Hocket (Cornell Law School)
  • Professor Takis Tridimas (King’s College)
  • Dr Andromachi Georgosouli (CCLS, QMUL)

The event is cross-disciplinary in nature bringing together distinguished experts from academia, the public sector and the private sector, and it would be of particular interest to lawyers, economists and political scientists working on central banking and post-crisis financial reform.

https://www.omfif.org/meetings/policy/2017-0623-omfif-and-ccls-central-banking-post-brexit/