QED Conference on Banking Package 2021
1 Februray 2022 | 14.00 - 17.00 CET
Hybrid event： virtual & in-person attendance at SPA30 studio, Rue de Spa 30, Brussels 1000
14.00 – 14.30 Registration and welcome coffee, virtual and in-person networking
14.30 – 14.35 Introductory remarks by moderator
14.35 – 15.10 Introductory remarks by speakers
15.10 – 16.10 Panel Discussion and Q&A
16.10 – 17.00 Virtual networking
- How far can the EU diverge from Basel without breaking the promise to transpose the accord faithfully?
- What is the rational for not including the parallel stack in the proposal?
- How can the EU build a Banking Union if output floor is at the top level of consolidation?
- Is the delay in the implementation timeline justified?
- Should Basel be used as a to tool support economic recovery and the transition to a sustainable economy?
- Open strategic autonomy and third country branches – what’s the take?
- The proposal for green mortages – what’s the take? Should climate change be addressed in this banking package? If so, how do we find the right balance?
- Specialized lending - should we be more ambitious?
- The impact of new Basel requirements on EU unrated corporates has been postponed – what’s the view?
- Should we improve the treatment of equity exposures? If so: what are the concrete solutions?
Jonás Fernández Member of the European Parliament
Martin Merlin Director, Directorate D - Banking, Insurance and Financial Crime, DG FISMA, European Commission
Koenraad Debackere Chairman of the Board of Directors, KBC Group NV
Anna Dunn CFO EMEA, JP Morgan
Jasper Hanebuth CFO, Barclays Europe