Monetary and economic policies on both sides of the Atlantic
Thursday, February 8, 2018 - Friday, February 9, 2018
Conference Hall at the Guesthouse at the Bundesbank, Frankfurt, Germany
- Some Reflections on the Post-Crisis Regulatory Regime — David Llewellyn
- Global Monetary Policies — Similarities & Divergences on the Way to the New Normal — Peter Praet
- Economic Adjustments in Europe: The Case of France — François Villeroy de Galhau
- Monetary Policies: On the Way to the New Normal — Volker Wieland, Ph.D.
- Financial Stability and Regulation on Both Sides of the Atlantic — Ludger Schuknecht
- Global Monetary Policies: Similarities & Divergences on the Way to the New Normal — Marc-Olivier Strauss-Kahn
- Key Questions on the Path to “Normal”: The U.S. Case — David E. Altig, Ph.D.
Monetary and economic policies on both sides of the Atlantic
Register now for this Central Banking Series event held with the Bundesbank in Frankfurt, Germany.
Please note: Registration for local guests attending the public event on February 8 closes on January 12.
Attendees of Monetary and Economic Policies on both Sides of the Atlantic can receive credit from the following organizations:
- CFP Board (5 CE credit hours)
Thursday, 8 February, 2018
Regional Office of the Deutsche Bundesbank in Hesse,
Taunusanlage 5, 60329 Frankfurt am Main
9:00 a.m. | Registration and Coffee
9:30 a.m. | Opening and Welcome
- Don Rissmiller, Strategas and GIC Vice Chair
- Urs Birchler, SUERF President, University of Zurich
9:45 a.m. | Keynote Speech: Monetary Policy Issues in an European Context
- Jens Weidmann, Deutsche Bundesbank
10:15 a.m. | Interview: Monetary Policy Issues in an US Context
- Robert Kaplan, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
- Moderator: Emanuel Mönch, Deutsche Bundesbank
10:45 a.m. | Coffee break
11:15 a.m. | Keynote Speech: Economic adjustments in Europe: the case of France
- Francois Villeroy de Galhau, Banque de France
11:45 a.m. | Panel: Global Monetary Policies – Similarities and divergences on the way to the new normal
- Chairperson: Marc-Olivier Strauss-Kahn, Banque de France
- David Altig, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
- Huw Pill, Goldman Sachs
- Peter Praet, ECB
- Volker Wieland, German Council of Economic Experts and Frankfurt University
1:15 p.m. | Lunch
2:30 p.m. | Interview: Trends in European bank regulation
- Axel A Weber, UBS
- Moderator: Manus Cranny, Bloomberg
3:00 p.m. | Panel: Financial stability and regulation on both sides of the Atlantic
- Chairperson: Benjamin Weigert, Deutsche Bundesbank
- Sean Egan, Egan-Jones Ratings Co.
- David Llewellyn, Loughborough University, SUERF
- Ludger Schuknecht, German Ministry of Finance
4:45 p.m. | Concluding Remarks
- Don Rissmiller, Strategas and GIC Vice Chair
Friday, 9 February, 2018
Guest house of the Deutsche Bundesbank (Central Office),
Wilhelm-Epstein-Strasse 14, 60431 Frankfurt am Main
9:00 a.m. | Economic Outlook
- Jörg Krämer, Commerzbank
- Felix Hüfner, UBS
- William Strauss, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
- Rajeev Dhawan, Robinson College of Business at Georgia State University
10:30 a.m. | Coffee
11:00 a.m. | Financial Market Developments
- Sylvain Broyer, Natixis
- Julian Callow, Element Capital
- John Silvia, Wells Fargo
12:30 p.m. | Lunch
2:00 p.m. End of event
Robert S. KaplanPresident and CEO, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
Robert Steven Kaplan has served as the thirteenth president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas since September 8, 2015. He represents the Eleventh Federal Reserve District on the Federal Open Market Committee in the formulation of U.S. monetary policy and oversees the 1,200 employees of the Dallas Fed.
Jens WeidmannPresident of the Deutsche Bundesbank
Dr. Jens Weidmann, born on April 20, 1968, in Solingen, North Rhein-Westphalia, is President of the Deutsche Bundesbank and Member of the Governing Council of the European Central Bank.
Peter PraetMember of the Executive Board, European Central Bank
Peter Praet joined the European Central Bank as Member of the Executive Board in 2011. He is responsible for the Directorate General Economics.
Before joining the ECB, Peter Praet was Executive Director of the National Bank of Belgium (2000-2011). Here he was responsible for International Cooperation, Financial Stability and Oversight of Financial Infrastructures and Payments Systems.
David E. Altig, Ph.D.Executive Vice President and Director of Research, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Dr. David E. Altig is executive vice president and director of research at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. In addition to advising the Bank president on monetary policy and related matters, Dr. Altig oversees the Bank’s regional executives and the Bank’s research department.
Urs BirchlerProfessor of Banking at the Department for Banking and Finance, Zürich University
Urs Birchler is Professor of Banking at the Department for Banking and Finance at Zürich University, having previously worked at the Swiss National Bank, where he was Director of the Financial Stability Unit, and having previously been a member of the Bank’s Basel Committee on Banking Supervision and Chairman of its Basel Committee Research Task Force.
Sylvain BroyerHead of Economics, Natixis
Sylvain holds doctorate degrees in economics from the Universities of Frankfurt and of Lyon as well as a certification by the International Securities Market Association (ISMA).
Julian CallowEconomist, Element Capital Management
Julian Callow is Managing Director responsible for European and Chinese economic research at Element Capital LLC. Prior to that he was a Managing Director for Research at Barclays, including being Chief European Economist (2003-2012) & Chief Global Economist (2012-2014). He was also Chief Eurozone Economist at Credit Suisse (1999-03), & has also worked as an economist at Dresdner Kleinwort Benson, Chase (1990-92) & the Bank of England (1987-90).
Manus CrannyMarkets Reporter, Bloomberg Television
Manus Cranny is a markets reporter for Bloomberg Television, covering international equities, treasury bonds, commodities, Forex trading and breaking business news around the world. He is based in London.
Rajeev Dhawan, Ph.D.Carl R. Zwerner Chair of Economic Forecasting and Director, Economic Forecasting Center, Robinson College of Business, Georgia State University
Professor Rajeev Dhawan wears a dual hat as holder of the Zwerner Chair of Economic Forecasting and as Director of the Economic Forecasting Center at the Robinson College of Business at Georgia State University in Atlanta, Georgia. As director of one of the country’s premiere forecasting centers, Dhawan develops forecasts for the U.S., Southeast regional and local metro Atlanta economies.
Michael DruryChief Economist, McVean Trading & Investments
Michael Drury is the chief economist for McVean Trading & Investments, LLC. He joined the firm in 1992, after serving for five years as senior economist with Allen Sinai at Shearson Lehman Brothers and its successor firms. Michael began his career in New York in 1982 as senior economist at A. Gary Shilling and Company. He received his B.S. in economics from the Georgia Institute of Technology and did his graduate work at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Sean J. EganPresident of Egan-Jones Ratings Co.
Sean Egan is a founding partner and president of Egan-Jones Ratings Company (EJR), which was organized in 1992 for the purpose of providing timely, accurate credit ratings. Over the past decade, EJR provide risk managers with warnings on Ambac, Countrywide, Enron, Greece, Lehman, MBIA, New Century and many others well in advance of the majority of market participants. Fortune Magazine named Mr. Egan the number one person for warning about the 2007 credit crisis. Mr. Egan has appeared on most major media outlets and has testified numerous times in front of Congressional committees
David LlewellynLoughborough University
David T. Llewellyn is Professor of Money and Banking at Loughborough University and an External Member of Kellogg College at the University of Oxford. He is a member of the Council of Management and former President of SUERF.
Emanuel MönchHead of Research, Deutsche Bundesbank
Emanuel Moench is the Head of Research of Deutsche Bundesbank. Prior to joining the Bundesbank, Emanuel was a Research Economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
Huw PillChief European Economist and Co-head of the Economics Team, Goldman Sachs
Huw is the chief European economist and co-head of the Economics team in Europe. He joined Goldman Sachs as a managing director in 2011 and was named partner in 2012.
Donald RissmillerFounding Partner of Strategas
Donald Rissmiller is a founding partner of Strategas and has been the firm’s chief economist since 2006, directing its macroeconomic research effort. He oversees Strategas’ high-frequency econometric forecasting and thematic economic research. Mr. Rissmiller’s research has been consistently recognized by Institutional Investor magazine in their annual survey: he was ranked best up and coming economist in 2008, and was third in their 2009 All-America Independent Research Team survey. He is frequently quoted in the financial press.
Ludger SchuknechtChief Economist & head of the Directorate General Fiscal Policy and International Financial and Monetary Policy at the German Ministry of Finance
Ludger Schuknecht is Chief Economist & heading the Directorate General Fiscal Policy and International Financial and Monetary Policy at the German Ministry of Finance. In this role he advises the Minister on economic policy issues in the domestic and international sphere.
John Silvia, Ph.D.Managing Director and Chief Economist, Wells Fargo Securities, LLC
John Silvia, Ph.D., is a managing director and chief economist for Wells Fargo Securities, LLC. Based in Charlotte, N.C., he has held his position since he joined Wachovia in 2002 as the company’s chief economist.
Bill StraussSenior Economist and Economic Adviser, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
William A. Strauss is a senior economist and economic adviser in the economic research department at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, which he joined in 1982. His chief responsibilities include analyzing the current performance of both the Midwest economy and the manufacturing sector for use in monetary policy.
Marc-Olivier Strauss-KahnDirector General and Special Advisor to the Governor of the Banque de France
Marc-Olivier Strauss-Kahn is Director General and Special Advisor to the Governor of the Banque de France (BDF). He chairs the Scientific Council and Steering Committee of the future “City of Economics and Money”, a Paris Museum project financed by the BdF to contribute to the economic education of the public.
Jens UlbrichDirector General Economics, Deutsche Bundesbank, Frankfurt.
Director General Economics, Deutsche Bundesbank, Frankfurt.
Axel A. WeberChairman of the Board of Directors, UBS Group AG
Axel A. Weber was elected to the Board of Directors (BoD) of UBS AG at the 2012 AGM and of UBS Group AG in November 2014. He is Chairman of the BoD of both UBS AG and UBS Group AG. He has chaired the Governance and Nominating Committee since 2012 and became Chairperson of the Corporate Culture and Responsibility Committee in 2013.
Volker Wieland, Ph.D.Endowed Chair of Monetary Economics at the Institute for Monetary and Financial Stability (IMFS) at Goethe University Frankfurt
Prof. Volker Wieland, Ph.D., holds the Endowed Chair of Monetary Economics at the Institute for Monetary and Financial Stability (IMFS) at Goethe University Frankfurt and is a member of the German Council of Economic Experts. He is also a Research Fellow at the Center for Economic Policy Research (CEPR) in London, a member of the Kronberger Kreis, which is the Scientific Council of the Market Economy Foundation, and a member of the Scientific Advisory Council of the German Ministry of Finance.