Financial Market Symposium-
Fields of conflict are countless in the financial markets: banking regulation goes different ways in the US and Europe; existing structures face new technologies; and the future splits between disruption and innovation.
Are we seeing a "new normal" in deregulation? Can the Euro survive without a fiscal union? And would the situation improve if all decisions were taken by Artificial Intelligence?
The Financial Market Symposium 2017 shines light on issues with global impact - from distributed ledger technologies to the recent deflationary experience of Japan - and asks how far these events open up new areas for conflict and cooperation and impact European financial markets.