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Eurozone and the Banking Union

The Polish Institute of International Affairs, the Institute of International Relations and the partners of the project organized an expert workshop "Eurozone and the Banking Union".

In three respective panels the following topics were discussed:

Disentangling the sovereign and banking crises
The banking union and the future of the Eurozone integration
Doing business inside and outside the banking union

The speakers at the workshop included:
Endre Domonkos, Associate Professor, Budapest Business School
Georgy Ganev, Centre for Liberal Strategies, Bulgaria
Pavel Štěpánek, Managing Director, Czech Banking Association, Czech Republic
Patryk Toporowski, Polish Institute of International Affairs (PISM), Poland
Jan Frait, Czech National Bank

The program can be found here.


Presentations and report from the conference

You can download the conference report here.

Endre Domonkos - The standpoint of Hungary to the Banking Union and remarks about the possibilities of eurozone accession

Pavel Šťěpánek - Resolution fund, the deposit guarantee scheme and more

Jan Frait - Banking Union and Nexus between Banks and Sovereigns