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ABFER, CEPR and CUHK First Annual Symposium in Financial Economics

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Paper submissions in all areas of Finance are invited for this symposium. The symposium will take place on Thursday 2 and Friday 3 May 2019, at the Chinese University of Hong Kong Business School in Shatin, Hong Kong.

This symposium will bring together researchers from Europe and the Asia-Pacific interested in any area of financial economics. Both theoretical and empirical contributions are welcome.

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2nd Endless Summer Conference on Financial Intermediation and Corporate Finance

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Systemic Risk and Macroprudential Policy

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Recent waves of financial instability have sparked an acute interest in systemic risk identification and assessment, enhancing the need of policymakers for understanding the interaction between the economy and the financial system. In particular, using new data, methodologies and approaches to understand household and bank behavior, the macro economy and risks to the financial system offers new perspectives in systemic risk and macroprudential measurement, assessment and analysis.

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12TH SWISS WINTER CONFERENCE ON FINANCIAL INTERMEDIATION

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The organising committee of this small, informal conference invites submissions of high quality theoretical or empirical research papers on financial intermediation.

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Regulatory forbearance in stress testing, CoCo conversion and bank resolution

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We aim at a small workshop with high-quality theoretical and empirical papers on the theme of regulatory forbearance.

Stress tests are used to enforce capital requirements under skewed risk scenarios. Their effectiveness depends on timely recapitalisation, a process hindered by limited information and moral hazard. As shareholders of highly leveraged banks are reluctant to recapitalise, regulators need to intervene vigorously as needed, activating going-concern CoCo conversion or initiating resolution, a controlled form of bankruptcy.

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Dynamic Portfolio Choice, Asset Pricing and Mathematical Finance

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Manresa Conference on Finance

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International Taxation

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