Time: May 22, 2015
Place: Salle Société canadienne des postes, HEC Montréal

In the aftermath of the financial crisis, the regulatory and supervisory framework has been fundamentally reviewed. However, there is no certainty that the changes will deliver the expected outcome of a resilient and sustainable global banking sector that serves the real economy and the society.

In collaboration with the Department of International Business, this seminar discusses potential impacts of institutional diversity and business models in banking on systemic stability and economic recovery and growth.

In a video produced after the Seminar, Professors Ayadi, Ferri and Schmidt have been asked the following questions: How does the « one fits all » regulation impact the stakeholder value banks such as cooperative banks and how could legislators and regulators could better design it to correspond to the diversity of the banking models? Did cooperative banks fare better during the Great Crisis, and if so, in what sense?

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