Financial Stability: The Promise and Perils of Technological Innovation
30 October 2020, 09:20 to 13:10 Please note: this event has passed
In this first workshop we seek to address the meta-questions concerning financial stability and technological innovation in a post-COVID world. This entails a critical assessment of the post-GFC financial reform efforts, the relaxation of certain regulatory measures in the wake of COVID-19 and possible future reforms in the light of the most recent experiences. From a technological/computer science perspective we look at the latest developments in the FinTech and RegTech space, as well as the latest regulatory efforts concerning crypto-assets. A key issue will be whether, as suggested by Lawrence Lessig, problems can actually ‘be coded away’ also with a view to enhancing financial stability and tackling systemic risk.
9.20-9.30 Introduction: Michael Schillig, KCL
9.30-10.30 Panel I: Financial Stability after the GFC and COVID-19
10.45-11.45 Panel II: Technology and Regulation: Latest Developments
12.00-13.00 Panel III: Can ‘Problems … be “coded” away’? – The Impact of Smart Securities
13.00-13.10 Conclusion: Michael Schillig, KCL
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About these workshops
The workshops are part of the project The Too-Big-to-Fail Problem and the Blockchain Solution, generously funded by the British Academy in form of a British Academy Mid-Career Fellowship awarded to Professor Michael Anderson Schillig.
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