Regulating Financial Markets

The Conference on Regulating Financial Markets is jointly organised by the Deutsche Bundesbank, the Goethe University Frankfurt/Center for Advanced Studies on the Foundation of Law and Finance, the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management/Center for European Transformation, and the Center for Economic Policy Research (CEPR). 

The conference was originally launched in Bonn in 2014 and brought to Frankfurt/Main in the last few years. The conference focuses on high-quality theoretical and empirical research papers on regulation of financial markets, e.g. 

  • the evaluation of macroprudential tools and unconventional monetary policy on financial institutions, 
  • the effects of financial market regulation on the real economy, 
  • the use of big data and machine learning in financial regulation, 
  • the law and economics of climate change and the sustainable transition, 
  • as well as the impact of regulation on competition among banks and other financial institutions. 

Over the last few years, it has become a forum for outstanding financial market research and has benefited from distinguished keynote speakers.

The next Conference on Regulating Financial Markets will take place from 19-20 August 2024 in Frankfurt am Main, Germany  at Frankfurt School of Finance and Management.