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

Date and Venue


Date: 16 November 2017
Time: 15.30 - 18.00

Venue:
SIX ConventionPoint
Pfingstweidstrasse 110,
8005 Zürich

Event Overview

The Bank Resolution and Recovery Directive (BRRD) establishes a bail-in mechanism for dealing with failing banks that no longer relies on the taxpayer to bail them out. This seminar will examine how well the bail-in regime working in practice and whether the market can rely on its consistent application across all jurisdictions.

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 FINMA’s bail-in powers and the Swiss resolution stay powers.

Admission: This ICMA event is free of charge and open to all ICMA members and to interested financial market participants; however, registration in advance is essential.

For security reasons, delegates who have not registered in advance will not be admitted to this event.  Delegates will be required to provide photo identification on arrival, to ensure entry.

If you have any queries regarding this event, please contact Simona Negretto.


Thursday, 16 November 2017 

15.30
Registration
16.00
Introductory Remarks
Martin Scheck, Chief Executive, ICMA

16.10

Key note address
Tim Skeet, Senior Adviser, ICMA


16.25

Panel discussion
A panel comprising market professionals from the sell-side, the buy-side and legal & regulatory affairs will be giving their expert views on myriad 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 intervening 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 FINMA’s bail-in powers and the Swiss resolution stay powers.

Moderator: Tim Skeet, Senior Adviser, ICMA

Panellists:
Olivier Favre, Partner, Schellenberg Wittmer Ltd.
Matthias Ogg, Capital Markets, Head of Special Products. Member of Senior Management Zürcher, Kantonalbank
Christine Schmid, Head, Investment Solutions, Credit Suisse AG Switzerland
Martine Wehlen, Head Fixed Income EUR Corporate Strategy, UBS Global Asset Management


17.20
Closing Remarks
Martin Scheck, Chief Executive, ICMA

17.30
Networking Reception

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

Register on-line for the ICMA Seminar: Bank resolution and bail-in – the market perspective, 16 November, Zurich

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