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Sustainable Financial Development. The Road Ahead

28 October 2011
Madrid
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On Friday 28 October, the Banco de España and the World Bank co-organized the one-day conference “Sustainable Financial Development: the Road Ahead”. The Conference was an opportunity to discuss the challenges ahead for the financial sector from the advanced and emerging market perspectives, and how will the interaction between both be shaped in the new international financial landscape. In the first part, the World Bank advanced the results of its upcoming flagship paper on Financial Development in Latin America and the Caribbean. The second part was a round table about regulatory challenges in this new landscape.

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Presentations

28 October 2011
 
09.45 - 10.00
Opening remarks

Miguel Fernández Ordóñez, Governor, Banco de España

10.15 - 11.45
Financial Development in Latin America and the Caribbean. The Road Ahead

Advance of the forthcoming World Bank Report

Chair:
Pilar L'Hotellerie-Fallois, Associate Director General of International Affairs, Banco de España

Presenter:
Augusto de la Torre File PDF: Opens in a new window (4 MB), Chief Economist for Latin American and the Caribbean, World Bank

Discussants:
Jorge Sicilia File PDF: Opens in a new window (353 KB), Head of the Research Service, BBVA

Enrique Alberola File PDF: Opens in a new window (1 MB), Executive Coordinator of International Affairs, Banco de España

12.15 - 13.45
Roundtable. Towards a more sustainable financial architecture?

Chair:
Carlos Braga, special Representative and Director of External Affairs in Europe, World Bank

Panelists:
J.M. Roldán, General Director of Banking Regulation, Banco de España

Federico Sturzenegger File PDF: Opens in a new window (283 KB), President of Banco Ciudad de Buenos Aires and Professor at Universidad
Torcuato Di Tella

Claudio Borio File PDF: Opens in a new window (329 KB), Deputy Head of the Monetary and Economic Department and Director of Research and Statistics, Bank for International Settlements

Rafael Repullo, Professor of Economics and Director, CEMFI