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Corporate Governance for Banks in the Post-Crisis Environment


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* To analyse the impact of post-crisis regulation on banks’ long-term performance and the state of shareholders’ rights
* To consider how blockchain applications in banking may impact on corporate governance
* To explore the long-term consequences on financial stability of the current BRRD and insolvency regimes
* To examine the possible impact of FinTech on corporate governance

Key topics:
* The New Shareholder Rights Directive
* The impact on shareholders of the BRRD and insolvency mechanisms
* Banks and supervisors: impact of infringing independence on banks’ long-term prospects
* Directors’ duties to inform and recommend
* Corporate governance within the larger network of financial regulation
* Banking governance beyond the EU

* Rodrigo Olivares Caminal, Professor of Law, Queen Mary University, London
* Nuria Bermejo, Professor of Commercial Law, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
* Marco Bodellini, Associate Lecturer in Banking and Financial Law at Queen Mary University of London
* Anna Gardella, Legal Expert, European Banking Authority, London
* Matteo Gargantini, Assistant to the Commissioner, Italian Companies and Exchange Commission (Consob), Rome
* Katarzyna Koblinska-Hillard, Company Law Team, DG Justice, European Commission, Brussels
* Edmund Philipp Schuster, Assistant Professor of Law, London School of Economics; Counsel for the M&A team, Baker & McKenzie, Vienna
* Martin Schulte, European Counsel, Jones Day, Frankfurt
* Dalvinder Singh, Professor of Law, University of Warwick
* Nick Wittek, Partner, Jones Day, Frankfurt

Who should attend?
Corporate governance and banking lawyers, shareholder associations, banking supervisors, practitioners from the banking industry.