Location: Royal Geographic Society, Exhibition Road, London
After years of post-Crisis discussion and debate, a new financial regulation structure has been put in place. The regulatory landscape, however, is still evolving as implementation issues are being worked out. This evolution is revealing overlaps, gaps and unintended consequences – both across regulatory silos (banking, insurance, market clearing, etc.) and across nations. There is thus an explicit need for research and debate on these interactions especially in the European context.
The first workshop was held on 30 September 2015 in London and was designed to introduce some of the important topics to guide policymakers in designing financial regulation.