16:30 — 18:30
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CFA Institute inviterer til webinar, hvor virkningen af ​​COVID-19 på EU diskuteres med medlemmer af The Systemic Risk Council (SRC). Webinaret er programsat til 2 timer og foregår på engelsk.

The current COVID-induced economic crisis is unprecedented in modern history. Economic lockdown measures started first in China towards the end of January 2020, followed shortly by Italy and then the rest of the world to one degree or another.   The combined macro-economic shock to both aggregate demand and supply due to the lockdowns is unique and far different than the 2009 financial crisis that impacted market liquidity. This time, traditional crisis playbooks had to be rewritten to deal with the multi-dimensional dynamics that are still unfolding.

After several months now the economic effects of COVID are clearly global, but regional differences and political debates are striking.  CFA Institute and members of the SRC have  had debates around the US response and we are interested in bringing further light to the very European angles of the COVID fiscal and monetary response.

This program will focus on the coordination of Euro relief packages, a tense budgeting process, how COVID measures play into the Capital Markets Union discussion and any looming systemic risks that need further attention.


  • Mr John Berrigan
    Director General, Directorate General for Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Union, European Commission
  • Jan Pieter Krahnen
    Member of the SRC, Scientific Director (President) of the Leibniz-Institute for Financial Research SAFE
  • Erkki Liikanen
    Member of the SRC, Chairman of the IFRS Foundation Board of Trustees
  • Jean-Claude Trichet
    Senior Adviser to the SRC, Former President of the European Central Bank


  • Gary Baker, CFA
    Managing Director, EMEA, CFA Institute
  • Josina Kamerling
    Head of Regulatory Outreach, EMEA, CFA Institute

CFA CE Credit Hours

If you are a CFA Institute member, you are eligible to record 2 CE credit hours for your participation in this meeting


24. September 2020
16:30 - 18:30
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