On February 23/24, the EBI Global Annual Conference on Banking Regulation, jointly organized by the European Banking Institute and the IMFS, deals with issues on completing the banking union, the implications of Brexit as well as the regulation on non-bank banks.
During an IMFS Working Lunch, Robert Kaplan, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, discussed major economic trends such as technology-enabled disruption and their impact on monetary policy.
The expansionary monetary policy of the European Central Bank has reached an unprecedented scale. The IMFS Interdisciplinary Study "Quantitative Easing in the Euro Area: Its Record and Future Prospect" analyzes QE from different perspectives and also gives concrete recommendations for the exit.
The ECB and Its Watchers
On March 14, at the conference "The ECB and Its Watchers", central bankers, market participants and academics will discuss current issues in monetary policy as well as possible approaches of reforming the European Monetary Union.