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Managing Systemic Risk Symposium

logo.jpgThe Law School will be hosting a symposium on Managing Systemic Risk from Wednesday 7 April to Friday 9 April 2010 in Scarman House. The symposium will provide an opportunity to explore some of the key concerns in the debate on systemic risk and consider approaches to managing it in the future.

The aim of the symposium is to increase our knowledge and understanding of the law involved in systemic crises. This will be achieved through the production of an innovative, international, interdisciplinary collection of work linking policy and legal issues.

Speakers include:

Topics include:
  • Jack Selody, Advisor to the Governor of the Bank of Canada
  • George Kaufman, Loyola University of Chicago
  • Larry D. Wall, Atlanta Federal Reserve
  • David G. Mayes, Europe Institute, University of Auckland
  • Arnór Sighvatsson, Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Iceland

  • What is Systemic Risk?
  • Sovereign Debt
  • Narrow and Complex Banking
  • Islamic Banking
  • Financial Crisis Containment
  • Corporate rate - £625 (This is reduced to £525 if registered before Friday 19 February)
  • Academic discounted rate - £450
  • Student rate - £350
  • Day Delegate rate - £100 per day (this does NOT include an evening meal)

For more information please contact Jenny Wilson: