2 July 2021
EU Financial Regulation and Supervisiononline course
Introduction to the regulation and supervision of financial markets in the EU.
Overview of EU financial regulation and supervision
EU financial lawmaking
The European supervisory architecture (EBA, ESMA & EIOPA), the Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM) and the role of the ECB
Basel Capital Accords and the CRD/CRR bank capital adequacy requirements
Bank crisis management: Single Resolution Mechanism (SRM), bank resolution and insolvency
MiFID II/MiFIR and financial services regulation
Market abuse regime, MAD/MAR
Market transparency, prospectus requirements
Climate finance: sustainable investments, ESG disclosure, green bonds, climate taxonomy
Payments, clearing and settlement (PSD2, CBPR, EMIR, CSDR)
FinTech, RegTech, SupTech, AI, cryptocurrencies and other virtual assets
Jens Hillebrand Pohl
The course is aimed at legal practitioners seeking a comprehensive introduction to the regulation and supervision of financial markets in the EU, including national regulators/supervisors, in-house lawyers at credit institutions, investment firms, fund managers, depositaries, payments systems providers and other related financial institutions, and lawyers in private practice.
The Academy of European Law’s conferences and seminars meet the standard requirements for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) recognition.
EUR 790: Early registration discounts
With the generous support of the Friends of ERA the Academy provides scholarships for lawyers, judges, prosecutors and officials from EU member states, candidate countries and potential candidates who otherwise could not afford to attend the events.