Corporate Governance for Banks in the Post-Crisis Environment
Date: 26 April 2018
Duration: 2 days
Location: Trier, Germany
Cost: Registration before 26 March 2018: 711€ / Registration after 26 March 2018: 790 €
Organiser: Academy of European Law
Web Link: https://www.era.int/?127559&en
This seminar will analyse the impact of post-crisis regulation on long-term performance and shareholders’ rights in European banks. It will look at the long-term consequences on financial stability of the current Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive (BRRD) and insolvency regime. It will examine the possible barriers on the road to sustainable banking and the link between supervision and banking governance.
- The effect of the BRRD regime on shareholders;
- The possible negative consequences of the Proposal for a Directive on Restructuring (on price of lending and indirectly on shareholders);
- Sustainable banking and shareholder activism;
- The risks of excessive supervision and how this may negatively affect financial stability;
- Private vs. public interest;
- Interaction between banks and supervisors;
- The effect of new banking regulation (CRD IV and MiFID II) on corporate governance;
- The amended Shareholders‘ Rights Directive.
Who should attend?
Corporate governance lawyers, banking lawyers, banking supervisors