SUERF organises a range of conferences and workshops on topics of interest to its three core constituencies, held periodically at different venues throughout Europe, with each event lasting for between half a day and two days. Sessions address specific issues relating to the broader topic of the event, and are supplemented by Keynote Addresses by leading authorities in their respective fields. Participation at the events is free of charge, with prior registration being required. Conferences and Workshops use Calls for Papers and Invited Speakers to ensure that appropriate speakers are found from SUERF's core constituencies to address the topics of the day.
Forthcoming Conferences and Workshops
|22.11.2013||The Financial Reconstruction of Europe|
|04.10.2013||The value of banks and their business models to society|
|13.06.2013||Banking after regulatory reforms - business as usual?|
|08.03.2013||The Future of Sovereign Borrowing in Europe|
Past Conferences and Workshops 2007-2012
Disclosure and Market Discipline – What Role for Transparency?
Regulation and Banking after the Crisis
The Future of Banking in CESEE after the Financial Crisis
Contagion and Spillovers: New Insights from the Crisis
Crisis Management at Cross-Roads
Housing Markets - a shelter in the storm or cause of the storm?
Current Trends in the Russian Financial System
Productivity in the Financial Services Sector
Financing SMEs in Europe
Commodities, Energy and Finance
Tracking Financial Behaviour: Where do Macro and Micro Meet?
Financial Markets, Innovation and Growth
Corporate Governance in Financial Institutions