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ICMA Seminar: Bank resolution and bail-in – the market perspective
 
Hosted by Commerzbank AG

Date and Venue


Date: 28 February 2018
Time: 15.30 - 18.00

Venue:
Commerzbank AG
Kaiserplatz
60261 Frankfurt am Main

Event Overview

Featuring contributions from investors, issuers, syndicate managers and representatives from the European Central Bank, this seminar encouraged direct debate and elicit views from all stakeholders while examining how well the bail-in regime, established by the Bank Resolution and Recovery Directive (BRRD),  is working in practice and whether the market can rely on its consistent application across all jurisdictions.
 
A panel of market professionals gave their expert views on aspects of bank resolution, including: the ways in which different countries have developed their markets to raise TLAC or MREL, and how investors can best navigate instruments, issuers and jurisdictions given local variations; an analysis of bail-in events in Spain and Italy, leading to a fundamental assessment of the suitability of the bail-in regime; how best to develop market confidence and keep investor appetite strong while balancing innovation with regulation; and a review of the Single Resolution Board’s bail-in powers and the issues around resolution stay powers.

Please contact Simona Negretto for more information.

Press: Please note this event was not open to press.

 



Wednesday, 28 February 2018

15.30
Registration
16.00
Introductory Remarks
Martin Scheck
, Chief Executive, International Capital Market Association

16.10

Keynote address
Thomas Broeng Jorgensen, Head of Division Supervisory Policies, European Central Bank
Tim Skeet, Senior Adviser, International Capital Market Association


16.25

Panel discussion
A panel of market professionals from the sell-side, the buy-side and legal & regulatory affairs will give their expert views on aspects of bank resolution, including: the ways in which different countries have developed their markets to raise TLAC or MREL, and how investors can best navigate instruments, issuers and jurisdictions given local variations; an analysis of bail-in events in Spain and Italy, leading to a fundamental assessment of the suitability of the bail-in regime; how best to develop market confidence and keep investor appetite strong while balancing innovation with regulation; and a review of the SRB’s bail-in powers and the issues around resolution stay powers.

Moderator: Tim Skeet, Senior Adviser, International Capital Market Association
Panellists:
Daniel Baierlein, Local Partner, White & Case
Thomas Broeng Jorgensen, Head of Division Supervisory Policies, European Central Bank
Norbert Dörr, Head of Capital Management & Funding, Commerzbank AG
Friedrich Luithlen, Managing Director, Head of DCM, DZ Bank
Daniel Sarp, Director, Active Fixed Income, Deutsche Asset Management


17.20
Closing Remarks
Joachim Heppe,
Head of Syndicate, Deputy Head of DCM Bonds, Commerzbank AG and Chairman of ICMA German Region

17.30
Networking Reception

18.00
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*Please note that this agenda is subject to change.