27 January, 2014 - 10:15 to 20:30

Urged by the need to open an honest policy-shaping debate about enhanced European Union’s economic governance, the Centre for European Affairs (CEA), Bruegel and the Institute for Financial Policy of the Slovak Ministry of Finance teamed up to gather European economic and political elites, and key EU stakeholders to Brussels to discuss the outcome of the December 2013 European Council meeting.

The conference “Economic and Monetary Union Governance: Impact on the European Union and Beyond” will be held within the framework of the TATRA SUMMIT series and is scheduled for January 2014.

The forum will be the first major opportunity to focus on exploring the extent and impacts of how the European heads of states transformed crucial prerequisites of the Banking Union, especially the Single Resolution Mechanism, into viable means of delivering the common objective - long term financial stability in the Eurozone and Europe itself.

The Brussels chapter of the TATRA SUMMIT series will add voices from outside of the Eurozone to the European debate, an important contribution necessitated by pragmatic needs of the on-going free trade negotiations among key players of the global economy.

By creating an open forum and bringing together a diverse pool of participants, we believe the Brussels TATRA SUMMIT event will make a lasting contribution to defining the future of economic and political governance of the European Union.

Topics

10:30 - 12:00

POLICY SESSION: CENTRAL EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVE ON THE EU

ECONOMIC GOVERNANCE

(by separate invitation only)

11:30 - 12:30REGISTRATION
12:00 - 12:45

LUNCH

(by separate invitation only)

12:45 - 13:00

OFFICIAL OPENING
13:00 – 14:30SESSION I: BANKING UNION: CURRENT STATE AND CHALLENGE
15:00 - 16:30SESSION II: BANKING UNION: BALANCE SHEET ASSESSMENT
17:00 – 18:30

SESSION III: BANKING UNION: SINGLE RESOLUTION MECHANISM

AND THE INTEGRITY OF THE SINGLE MARKET

18:30 - 18:45CLOSING REMARKS
18:45COCKTAIL

Location

Hotel SILKEN BERLAYMONT BRUSSELS ****

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Address:

Hotel SILKEN BERLAYMONT BRUSSELS ****
Blvd Charlemagne 11/19 – B 1000 Brussels

 

Speakers

Amb. Ivan Korčok
Permanent Representative of the Slovak Republic to the European Union, Brussels
Peter Kažimír
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance of the Slovak Republic
Guntram Wolff
Director, Bruegel, Brussels
Peter Spiegel
Brussels Bureau Chief, Financial Times, Brussels
Vítor Constâncio
Vice-President, European Central Bank, Frankfurt am Main
Jonathan Faull
Director General, Internal Market and Services, European Commission, Brussels
Elisa Ferreira
S&D Rapporteur in the SRM, Member of the European Parliament, Brussels
Andreas Treichl
Chairman of the Board and CEO, Erste Group Bank, Vienna
Vazil Hudák
State Secretary, Ministry of Finance of the Slovak Republic
Vladimír Dvořáček
Executive Director, Financial Market Supervision Unit, National Bank of Slovakia
Torbjörn Månsson
Executive Director, Bank Asset Management Company, Ljubljana
David Vegara
Deputy Managing Director, European Stability Mechanism, Luxembourg
Jean Pisani-Ferry
Commissioner General of the French Prime Minister’s Economic Policy Planning Staff, Paris
Karel Lannoo
CEO, Center for European Policy Studies, Brussels
Sir Jon Cunliffe
Deputy Governor, Financial Stability, Bank of England
Anders Borg
Minister for Finance of the Kingdom of Sweden
Mateusz Szczurek
Minister for Finance of the Republic of Poland
Nadia Calviño
Deputy Director General, DG Internal Market and Services, European Commission, Brussels
Martin Filko
Director, Institute for Financial Policy, Ministry of Finance of the Slovak Republic

Video

  • TATRA SUMMIT Brussels: OFFICIAL OPENING
  • TATRA SUMMIT Brussels: SESSION I: BANKING UNION: CURRENT STATE AND CHALLENGE
  • TATRA SUMMIT Brussels: SESSION II: BANKING UNION: BALANCE SHEET ASSESSMENT
  • TATRA SUMMIT Brussels: SESSION III: BANKING UNION: SINGLE RESOLUTION MECHANISM AND THE INTEGRITY OF THE SINGLE MARKET
  • TATRA SUMMIT Brussels: CLOSING REMARKS

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