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Systemic Risk Centre Event
Co-hosted with Oxera

Date: Tuesday 9th February 2021
Time: 9.00am-1.15pm GMT
Organisers: Peter Andrews (Oxera & SRC/LSE), Kevin James (SRC/LSE), Eva Micheler (SRC/LSE)

Inspired by the Treasury’s consultation on its Financial Services Future Regulatory Framework Review, the London School of Economics, Systemic Risk Centre and Oxera are pleased to invite you to the online conference “Rebooting UK Financial Regulation for a Post-Brexit World”. After kicking off with an overview of the implications of the UK’s new regulatory relationship with the EU, the conference will focus on the Review’s three main topics:

1. Aligning Financial Regulation with Broader Public Policy Goals;

2. Improving Regulation of Specific Sectors in the New UK-Focussed Regime; and

3. Improving Regulatory Accountability.

The conference will be held under the Chatham House Rule and there will be plenty of time for questions and discussion.



Welcome & Introduction

Jean-Pierre Zigrand, Director, Systemic Risk Centre, LSE
Katharine Braddick, Director General, Financial Services, HM Treasury


Navigating the New Regulatory Relationship with the EU: Charting a New Roadmap

Niamh Moloney (LSE)



Aligning Financial Regulation with Broader Public Policy Goals

Kevin James (SRC/LSE)
The Case for a New Regulatory Goal: Make Financial Markets Effective for the Real Economy 

Greg Taylor (Oxford Internet Institute) 
Financial Gatekeepers and Competition: Lessons from Big Tech





Improving Regulation in Specific Sectors

Christoph Kaserer (Technical University of Munich)
Reforming Prudential Regulation of Insurance 

Luis Correia da Silva (Oxera)
Improving Regulation of Primary Markets  



Improving Regulatory Accountability

Julia Black (LSE)
Accountability of Regulators to Firms and Stakeholders
Peter Andrews (Oxera & SRC/LSE)
Clear and Measurable Tools for Enhancing Regulatory Accountability



A Summary of Insights

Eva Micheler (SRC/LSE)

This online public event is free and open to all, but pre-registration is required. Registrations made after the start of the event may not be approved.