The global financial crisis has caused us to rethink many issues in banking, such as the limits of loan securitization, our ability to resolve large complex failed banks, the impact of banking and finance on the real economy, and the appropriate balance between market discipline and regulatory constraints on risk. At the same time, some banking trends have been relatively unaffected by the crisis: the consolidation of the industry, the inexorable increase in cross-border financial activity, the revolution in payments technologies, and the increasing interface between banks and financial markets.
This conference will showcase innovative research on the crisis-induced changes in financial markets and regulation, the continuing trends in technology and industry structure, and how these phenomena might combine to create the future banking landscape.
- Registration Open
- Call for Papers
- Call for Speakers
- Receive GTM eblast updates
- Security Code:
- Contact person: EBC
- Event website: http://www.tilburguniversity.edu/research/institutes-and-research-groups/ebc/events/2012/post-crisis/