We know that the decisions we take can have an impact on your day-to-day life. That’s why we want to make sure that you not only hear from us or about us, but also have the chance to talk directly to us and with us.
The ECB Youth Dialogue gives you the chance to do exactly that. We hold events around Europe – and online – that put you in direct contact with ECB policymakers so you can ask any questions you have and share your views with us.
Our next Youth Dialogue will take place at the Frankfurt School of Finance and Management on 12 November. Students and alumni from the school will have the chance to talk to the heads of European banking supervision about their work to keep banks safe and Europe’s financial sector strong and stable, in the interests of all of us.
As their terms of office draw to a close, Supervisory Board Chair Danièle Nouy and Vice-Chair Sabine Lautenschläger will look back on what has been achieved since European banking supervision was established four years ago and share their experiences of what it was like doing something that had never been done before.
Danièle Nouy, Chair of the Supervisory Board, met with a group of young professionals working in the financial industry in Madrid. They had many questions for her, not only about European banking and financial stability, but also about ethics in finance, digitalisation and other more personal topics, such as what motivates her to do the work she does.
The event, which was held in partnership with Banco de España, was a great opportunity for younger professionals to share their thoughts and experiences with a senior policymaker and to learn from each other’s perspectives.
Here’s a taster of the discussion!
Do you want to know more about the topics of this ECB Youth Dialogue? Take a look at the following pages!