4 June 2019, 14.30 – 16.45, registration and welcome coffee from 14.00
Venue Arts 56, Avenue des Arts 56, 1000 Brussels
14.00 – 14.30 Registration and welcome coffee
14.30 – 14.40 Opening remarks by moderator
14.40 – 15.40 Introductory remarks
15.40 – 16.30 Panel discussion
16.30 – 16.45 Concluding remarks
Possible discussion points
- In 2009 the G20 leaders decided on a number of a principles to govern the global OTC markets. Where do we stand today, 10 years later?
- Equivalence – how can we make sure that it is interpreted the same way by everyone? Can equivalence be a catalyst for building enduring relationships between the EU and third countries?
- How can we build a regulatory community that trust an defer to one another?
- Multilateral and bilateral approach – how can we ensure that they complement rather than counter each other?
- What is a reasonable tradeoff between keeping control and adhering to the work of international standard setter?
- How can we create strong international standards that financial institutions rely on for cyber resilience?
- What is the impact on the financial sector of GDPR in terms if international data reporting and data exchange?
- Is there a risk of a spill-over on the financial sector from the increased protectionism we see in international trade?
Almorò Rubin de Cervin Head of Unit A4 – International Affairs, DG FISMA, European Commission
Nick Collier Managing Director, Brussels Office, City of London Corporation
Eve Finn MD, LGIM Europe Ltd
Matthias Heer Managing Director, Swiss Finance Council
Sharon Yang Director, International Financial Markets, U.S. Department of the Treasury
Prof. Dr. Kern Alexander Professor of Banking and Financial Market Regulation, University of Zurich