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International Summer School Banking and Capital Markets Law

Tipologia:
Summer & Winter School
Area tematica:
Banca, finanza e assicurazioni
Settore professionale:
Banca, finanza, assicurazioni

Luogo:
Online

Da: 19/07/2021
A: 23/07/2021

Scadenza iscrizioni: 15/07/2021

The aim of the Summer School is to provide junior researchers (PhD researchers, post-docs, junior faculty members), LLM students and young professionals in banking and capital markets law with mentoring as well as with exposure to cutting-edge research in the field.
To enhance the specific skills of the different categories of participants, the 2021 edition of the Summer School will be organized in some sessions open to all participants, other sessions specifically dedicated to young researchers and young professionals, and some others dedicated to LLM students only.
During the sessions open to all, participants will have the opportunity to attend the opening conference on digital finance, the closing conference on sustainability (in collaboration with EUSFiL - Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence EU Sustainable Finance and Law), as well as the lectures focused on recent topics of banking and financial law given daily by highly reputed speakers, such as senior academics, representatives from EU and national supervisory authorities, the European Commission and practitioners in the field.

During the sessions specifically designed for young researchers and professionals as well as for LLM students, participants will be given the opportunity to present their own research projects (both completed and work-in-progress papers) and to discuss them with leading researchers. These presentations will constitute a key component of the Summer School: participants will be invited to give concise presentations of their work, which will be followed by an in-depth discussion of each contribution among participants and senior scholars. Each accepted research paper will be assigned to a discussant chosen among the senior academics involved in the Summer School.
Nevertheless, the presentation of papers is not compulsory for attending the Summer School.

Main topics of the International Summer School 2021 include:

  • Sustainable finance and ESG principles (Taxonomy and Disclosure)
  • Digital finance package (MiCA, DORA and DLT proposed Regulations)
  • Pandemic and its impact on financial markets
  • NPLs
  • Corporate Governance of financial institutions
  • Completion of the European Banking Union (including the EDIS)
  • Capital Markets Union
  • Brexit impact
  • MiFID II and AIFMD reviews

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Participant profile

Who should attend

The Summer School is intended for:

  • PhD researchers, post-docs and junior faculty members conducting research in the field of Banking & Capital Markets Law, and young professionals;
  • LLM students in that field.

In order to ensure a highly interactive environment, the number of participants presenting their papers will be limited to 24 (12 PhD students and researchers / 12 LLM students).

Key features

Key features

  • a student-centred programme providing a supportive setting where PhD students, post-doc researchers and young professionals meet other students and senior scholars from other Countries,thus establishing valuable networks for the future
  • the interaction with leading academics - from European and extra-European Universities - and international experts
  • the Certificate of attendance by Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

The European Banking Institute for Research on Banking Regulation (EBI) on the International Summer School in Banking and Finance Markets Law: read the interview with Prof. Sciarrone Alibrandi (EBI Insights, Winter 2020)

One of the most important objectives of Higher Education is the development of talents among the youngest generations by strengthening their versatility and their abilities to find innovative solutions to the challenges posed by unpredictable global scenarios. In the banking and financial field, in particular, problems such as technological evolution and sustainability require ever evolving professional skills that we have been enhancing with our Summer School.

Obiettivi

Tge aim of the International Summer School is to provide junior researchers (PhD researchers, post-docs, junior faculty members), LLM students and young professionals in banking and capital markets law with mentoring as well as with exposure to cutting-edge research in the field.

Programme

Full programme

Monday 19th July

  • 15.30-17.30 - Opening Conference "Shaping the future of digital finance: the EU approach"
  • 15.30 - Opening remarks and Chair (Antonella Sciarrone Alibrandi, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore of Milan)
  • 15.45 - Panel (Filippo Annunziata, Bocconi University; Matthias Lehmann, University of Bonn; Douglas Arner, University of Hong Kong; Ugo Bassi, European Commission - TBC)
  • 17.30 - End of Conference (Antonella Sciarrone Alibrandi, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore of Milan)

Tuesday 20th July

  • 14.30-18.00 - Lectures, Q&A, Participants' presentations and discussion

Wednesday 21st July

  • 14.30-18.00 - Lectures, Q&A, Participants' presentations and discussion

Thursday 22nd July

  • 14.30-18.00 - Lectures, Q&A, Participants' presentations and discussion

Lecturers: Jens Binder, Veerle Colaert, Christos Gortsos, Paola Lucantoni, Andrea Perrone, Tobias Troeger

Friday 23rd July

  • 14.30 – 16.30 Closing Conference "The banking and financial sector's contribution to achieving ESG goals'"
  • 14:30 Opening remarks (M. Siri, University of Genoa and EUSFiL - EBI)
  • 14:45 Keynote speech (A. Perrazzelli, Bank of Italy)
  • 15:15 Chair (G. Ferrarini, University of Genoa - EBI)
  • Panel (K. Alexander, University of Zurich - EBI; V. Colaert, KU Leuven -EBI; D. Ramos Munoz, Universidad Carlos III Madrid - EBI; T. Troeger, Goethe University Frankfurt - EBI)
  • 16:30 End of conference (C. Gortsos, National Kapodistrian University of Athens - EBI)

Faculty

How to apply

How to apply

Participants wishing to apply should send the following documents by email to edoardo.grossule@unicatt.it within June 14th, 2021:

  • a short CV (pdf file)
  • a motivation letter (pdf file)
  • a research abstract (max 500 words) including a clearly defined topic, research questions and methodology
  • the application form you can find at the end of the call for participants

Applicants who are ready to submit their complete paper can send it together with the documents above. The submission of work-in-progress proposals that describe on-going and promising research are also welcomed, because they will benefit from an open discussion about the main conceptual and methodological problems related to the project. In any case, to allow a fruitful discussion, the complete paper or a detailed and well-developed research proposal must be sent no later than June 30th, 2021.

Those who do not wish to present their research can apply anyhow, submitting a short CV and a motivation letter only.

Priority will be given to participants from partner universities and EBI YRG members.

Registration Fee
Participants, apart from LLM students, will be asked to pay a registration fee of 130 euro (VAT included). LLM students will be asked to pay a registration fee of 80 euro (VAT included).


Admitted students will have to pay the registration fee within 10 days from the admission notice to the following bank account:
Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore c/o Banca Intesa Sanpaolo, IBAN IT07W0306903390211610000191, specifying their name and the denomination of the Summer School in the section “Reason for Payment”.


130.00 € (VAT included) - regular fee
80.00 € (VAT included) - fee for LLM students

Partner

Universities involved in the project

  • Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
  • Radboud University Nijmegen
  • University of Genoa and EUSFiL
  • Goethe University Frankfurt
  • University of Honk Kong
  • KU Leuven University
  • University of Luxemburg
  • University of Zurich

In partnership with

AEDBF (European Society for Banking and Financial Law)
EBI (European Banking Institute)

Contact us

Further information and enquiries

elvira.dinallo@unicatt.it - ph. +39 02 7234 5818

Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore - Executive & Continuing Education
Via Carducci 28/30 - 20123 Milan (Italy)