Saturday, October 04, 2014

ECOBATE 2014 Conference Programme

The programme for the European Conference on Banking and the Economy (ECOBATE 2014) is to be found on
Click on 'Conference Programme' at top right of page.

At the Guildhall in Winchester, Hampshire, nearly 50 academic papers will be delivered (9.0am to 3.30pm).

At the free public session (3.40pm to 7.40pm) opened by Cllr Roy Perry Leader of Hampshire County Council a Money Question Time panel will be chaired by Prof Neil Marriott, Vice-Chancellor, University of Winchester.
Subject: How would you reform banking?
Panellists: Charlie Haswell (HSBC); Kath Shimmin (Blake Morgan, Solicitors); Fergal McCann (Irish Central Bank) and Wesley Wright (Activist).

From 5.05pm the final plenary will be opened by Prof Don Nutbeam, Vice-Chancellor of University of Southampton and Keynote addresses will be delivered by:

John Kay, Financial Times: Have banking lessons been learned?
Sir John Gieve, former Deputy-Governor Bank of England: Is structural reform of the banking sector needed?
Ralf W Barkey, President Rhine-Westfalian Association of Cooperatives, Germany: People's Banks and Raiffeisenbanks in Germnay - A model for Europe?
Lord Adair Turner, former Chairman FSA, Senior Fellow INET: Whither Monetary and Banking Reform
Prof Richard Werner, Director, University of Southampton CBFSD: Needed policies to Reform the UK Banking Sector

Prof Werner will conclude with: Local Banking - what have we learnt?

Bookings may be made for the academic and the free public sessions on Eventbrite  but you may just turn up on the day and register on arrival.


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