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Breakfast Club 02: Banking Supervision – The Cards are being Reshuffled

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Congress Centrum Alpbach
Plenary / Breakfast Club
in deutscher Sprache

What precise form will the restructuring of Austrian banking supervision take while pan-European challenges, such as configuring the banking union, remain unsolved? And aren’t new technologies transforming regulation already? The cards are being reshuffled.

Former Member, Executive Board, Deutsche Bundesbank, Frankfurt am Main
Executive Director, FMA - Austrian Financial Market Authority, Vienna
Journalist, Radio Ö1, Vienna Chair

Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Andreas DOMBRET

Former Member, Executive Board, Deutsche Bundesbank, Frankfurt am Main

1992-2002 Managing Director, JP Morgan, Frankfurt am Main and London
2002-2005 Co-Head, Rothschild Germany, Rothschild, Frankfurt am Main and London
2005-2009 Head, Germany, Austria and Switzerland; Vice Chairman, Europe Bank of America, Frankfurt am Main and London
2010-2018 Member, Executive Board, Banking and Financial Supervision Department, Frankfurt am Main

Mag. Klaus KUMPFMÜLLER

Executive Director, FMA - Austrian Financial Market Authority, Vienna

1994-1995 Cabinet Staff Member, State Secretary and Parliamentary Staff Member, Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs, Vienna
1995-2002 Key Account Manager, Institutional Customers, Raiffeisenlandesbank Oberösterreich AG, Linz
2002-2011 Director, Key Account Services, Prokurist and Managing Director for several of the bank's holding companies, Oberösterreichische Landesbank AG, Linz
2011-2013 Managing Director, OeBFA - Austrian Federal Financing Agency, Vienna
since 2013 Executive Director, FMA - Financial Market Authority, Vienna

MSc Nadja HAHN

Journalist, Radio Ö1, Vienna

 Nadja Hahn is a radio journalist at the Austrian public broadcaster ORF, covering national politics for several ORF radio stations. Nadja Hahn has a background as a business journalist for many years and started her career as a finance reporter in London. In 2016, Nadja Hahn won the Austrian Radio Award and a special award of the UN at the New York Radio Festivals - both for a radio feature about the volunteers at Vienna's main train station during the refugee crisis 2015. Nadja Hahn studied at the London School of Economics (MSc in Political Economy) and Boston University (BA in International Relations).

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