How to build a sovereign financial Europe?

Sustainability & Regulation
03/11/2022 article

Qorus Sustainability & Regulation Community provides an environment for financial services leaders to learn from each other and stay up to date on regulatory standards and beyond while meeting the expectations of the future. That’s why TNP, as the main partner of the Community, brings you the opportunity to participate in the debate on ‘How to build a sovereign financial Europe?’ in order to foster global collaboration on the topic, and together with CRSF (Cercle de la Régulation et de la Supervision Financière) are pleased to invite you to a breakfast debate moderated by Emmanuel Lechypre, BFM Business columnist. The event will take place on Thursday, November 24, 2022, from 8:30 am to 10:30 am at Pavillon Gabriel in Paris.

The debates will focus on the following themes:

• Europe and sovereignty: strengthening sovereignty, facilitating the Banking Union, creating a European player in real estate refinancing

• Finance and competitiveness: using regulation to give the European financial industry a competitive advantage

• Finance and sustainability: financing the energy and climate transition, transforming the business models of financial institutions to meet the challenges of sustainability.

To talk about it, a number of distinguished guests will be present:

• Bertrand Badre, former Managing Director of the World Bank, founder of Blue Like an Orange Sustainable Capital

• Jacques Beyssade, General Secretary of BPCE Group

• Jean-Paul Gauzes, Chairman of EFRAG, European Financial Reporting Advisory Group

• Jean-Laurent Granier, CEO Generali France

• Jérôme Grivet, Deputy CEO Crédit Agricole

• Frédéric Homo, Corporate Counsel Crédit Mutuel Arkea

• Benoit de Juvigny, Corporate Counsel AMF, Autorité des Marchés Financiers

• Thierry Langreney, founder of the NGO Les Ateliers du Futur

• Yves Perrier, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Amundi

• Isabelle Vaillant, Director of Prudential Regulation EBA, European Banking Authority

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Comment bâtir une Europe financière souveraine ?

TNP et le CRSF (Cercle de la Régulation et de la Supervision Financière) ont le plaisir de vous inviter à un petit déjeuner-débat animé par Emmanuel Lechypre, éditorialiste BFM Business. L’événement aura lieu le jeudi 24 novembre 2022, de 8h30 à 10h30 au pavillon Gabriel.

Les débats s’articuleront autour des thèmes suivants :

• Europe et souveraineté : renforcer la souveraineté, faciliter l’Union bancaire, créer un acteur européen du refinancement immobilier

• Finance et compétitivité : utiliser la réglementation pour donner un avantage compétitif à l’industrie financière européenne

• Finance et durabilité : financer la transition énergétique et climatique, transformer les modèles économiques des institutions financières pour répondre aux enjeux de durabilité

Pour en parler, plusieurs invités de marque ont répondu présent :

• Bertrand Badre, ancien directeur général Banque Mondiale, fondateur Blue Like an Orange Sustainable Capital

• Jacques Beyssade, secrétaire général groupe BPCE

• Jean-Paul Gauzes, président EFRAG, European Financial Reporting Advisory Group

• Jean–Laurent Granier, CEO Generali France

• Jérôme Grivet, directeur général délégué Crédit Agricole

• Frédéric Homo, secrétaire général Crédit Mutuel Arkea

• Benoit de Juvigny, secrétaire général AMF, Autorité des Marchés Financiers

• Thierry Langreney, fondateur de l’ONG « Les Ateliers du Futur »

• Yves Perrier, président du conseil d’administration Amundi

• Isabelle Vaillant, directrice de la réglementation prudentielle EBA, European Banking Authority

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