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2017 Bank Colloquium for Junior Researchers : The Future of Bank Regulation

Date : June 28, 2017
Venue : Amphitheater 400C, FDSE, Université de Limoges

The aim of the Colloquium is for junior researchers in Banking (PhD candidates or young scholars) to benefit from feedback about present and future research work from mentors who are leaders in their field.

Full program

PDF - 1.1 Mo 2017 Bank Colloquium Program

Paper presentations

Session 1 (09.00 - 10.50) - Chairman : Kose John, New York University Stern School of Business, United States

09.00-09.20 : Bank Enforcement Actions as Reputation Devices : Theory and Evidence from the Structure of Loan Syndicates presented by Sotirios Kokas, Essex Business School, University of Essex, United Kingdom

PDF - 653.6 ko Bank Enforcement presented by Kokas

09.20-09.40 : The Impact of Stress Testing on Bank Lending : Evidence from the SCAP presented by Michael Connolly, Boston College, United States

PDF - 517.1 ko The Impact of Stress Testing presented by Connolly

09.40-10.10 : Discussion by Robert DeYoung, Kansas University, United States

10.10-10.50 : Short presentations (5 minutes + 15 minutes of Q&A)

  • Non performing loans in Albania empirical evidence from credit information registry by Fatmira Kola, University of Rome “Tor Vergata”, Italy
  • Institutional Determinants of Bank Lending by Christina Nicolas, University of Limoges, France

Session 2 (11.10 - 13.00) - Chairman : Iftekhar Hasan, Fordham University, United States and Bank of Finland

11.10-11.30 : Loss functions for LGD models comparison presented by Jérémy Leymarie, University of Orléans, France

PDF - 1 Mo Loss functions for LGD presented by Leymarie

11.30-11.50 : Market reaction to bail-in announcements presented by Federica Minnucci, University of Rome “Tor Vergata”, Italy

11.50-12.20 : Discussion by Kose John, New York University Stern School of Business, United States

12.20-13.00 : Short presentations (5 minutes + 15 minutes of Q&A)

  • Interlinks of macro-prudential policy, banking characteristics, and the lending channel of monetary transmission : lessons from Indonesia and other major Asian Economies by Elis Deriantino Naiborhu, Warwick Business School, United Kingdom and Central Bank of Indonesia
  • The optimal regulation of banks under aggregate uncertainty by Sandra Daudignon, University of Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne and the Paris School of Economics, France

Session 3 (14.00-16.10) - Chairman : Robert DeYoung, Kansas University, United States

14.00-14.20 : Reducing agency conflict between bank stakeholders : the role of independent-but-related directors ? presented by Thu Ha Tran, University of Limoges, France

PDF - 1015 ko Reducing agency conflict presented by Tran

14.20-14.40 : Foreclosure laws, mortgage screening and risk shifting presented by Huyen Nguyen, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom

PDF - 1.4 Mo Foreclosure laws presented by Nguyen

14.40-15.10 : Discussion by Iftekhar Hasan, Fordham University, United States and Bank of Finland

15.10-16.10 : Short presentations (5 minutes + 15 minutes of Q&A)

  • Bank capital and liquidity transformation presented by Kristoffer Milonas, Bank of England, United Kingdom
  • Bank liquidity : does ownership structure matter ? by Nacera Yeddou, University of Poitiers, France
  • SME’s Credit Access and local banking market structure : does relationship lending matter during crisis time ? presented by Dian Yuan, University of Limoges, France

Past information

PDF - 515.3 ko Call for papers

Submission deadline : May 21, 2017

Completed papers or proposals should include a CV and be sent in pdf format as a single file to : LAPE-Colloquium2017@unilim.fr

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