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Challenges for supervisors and central bankers

ECB colloquium marking the end of the tenure of Ignazio Angeloni as a member of the Supervisory Board of the European Central Bank

Friday, 22 March 2019
Eurotower, Room C2.01, Frankfurt am Main

The conference focuses on challenges ahead for banking supervisors and central bankers in the new environment characterised by a revival of nationalism on both sides of the Atlantic. Sessions will be dedicated to Europe and its citizens, banking, central banking and international cooperation.


Opening remarks

Luis de Guindos, European Central Bank



Ignazio Angeloni, European Central Bank


Session 1: focus on Europe and its citizens

Is public opinion in Europe really so divided? Will populism break Europe?
What policy priorities are there for Europe over the next decade?
How can we increase understanding of Europe and present it more positively?

Chair: Ferdinando Giugliano, Bloomberg

Lead speaker: Guido Tabellini, Bocconi University


  • Daniel Gros, Centre for European Policy Studies
  • Beatrice Weder di Mauro, Centre for Economic Policy Research
Coffee break

Session 2: focus on banking

How can we make today’s national banking champions truly European?
How can financial integration best serve European citizens?
What future is there for the banking union and its relations with UK banking?

Chair: Melinda Crane, Deutsche Welle TV

Lead speaker: Jonathan Faull, Brunswick


  • Sean Berrigan, European Commission
  • Andrea Enria, European Central Bank
  • Philipp Hildebrand, BlackRock

Session 3: focus on central banking

What place is there for central banks in the era of “we first”? Is central bank independence obsolete? If not, how can it be upheld? How can the public’s understanding of the role of central banks be improved?

Chair: Ferdinando Giugliano, Bloomberg

Lead speaker: Benjamin Friedman, Harvard University


  • Lorenzo Bini Smaghi, Société Générale
  • Panicos Demetriades, University of Leicester

Session 4: focus on international cooperation

Global economic cooperation helped to mitigate the last financial crisis.
What is left of global economic governance today? What global cooperation arrangements will work in the future?

Chair: Melinda Crane, Deutsche Welle TV

Lead speaker: Jean Pisani-Ferry, European University Institute


  • Caroline Atkinson, Peterson Institute for International Economics
  • Maurice Obstfeld, University of California, Berkeley

End of colloquium

This programme may be subject to change without notice.

General information

Conference venue

European Central Bank
Kaiserstrasse 29
60311 Frankfurt am Main

+49 69 1344 0 Fax: +49 69 1344 6000


Participants are requested to arrange their own transfers, unless indicated otherwise.

Workshop language



Silvia Geise
Assistant to I. Angeloni
+49 69 1344 5995

Francisco Ramon-Ballester
Adviser to I. Angeloni
+49 69 1344 5604
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