26 June 2018, 14.30 – 16.45, registration and welcome coffee from 14.00
Thon Hotel EU Rue de la Loi 75, 1040 Brussels
The last decade we have seen unprecedented changes of the regulatory framework across the globe. Even though those reforms tend to have the same objectives, differences in the design of the regulation and inconsistent definitions are a source of concern for all interested parties.
Possible discussion points
- How can legal risk and regulatory uncertainty due to disparities between national and regional regimes be reduced?
- Is a multilateral or a bilateral approach the best way forward?
- Could outcome-based mutual recognition be the right way to go?
- How can we foresee the role of international bodies such as G20, the Financial Stability Board and IOSCO? Is more power to international standard setters a possible way towards global convergence?
- What impact will disruptive technologies such as FinTech and cloud computing have on cross-border financial services?
- After Brexit, how will having London, Europe’s largest financial centre, outside the EU alter the playing field? Can CMU mitigate this to some extent?
- How can we avoid any potential negative consequences due to differences in capital requirements across jurisdictions?
Brian Hayes Member of the European Parliament
Almor Rubin de Cervin Head of Unit E3, Macroprudential policy and relation with the ESRB, DG FISMA, European Commission
Tracey Wingate Associate Director of the Office of International Affairs, U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission
Jonathan Jachym Head of North America Regulatory Strategy and Government Relations, London Stock Exchange Group
Simon Puleston Jones Head of Europe, FIA
Jan Frederic Eger Head of Financial Services Government & Regulatory Affairs, Thomson Reuters