The EU27’s trade-offs in setting policy on central counterparties
This workshop aims to investigate the trade-offs involved in the next steps of decision-making for the future EU27 policy regarding central counterparties (CCPs / clearing houses).
This event is a non-public workshop about the trade-offs involved in the next steps of decision-making for the future EU27 policy regarding central counterparties (CCPs / clearing houses), following the recent publication of a regulatory proposal by the European Commission.
There will be two sessions in the event, the first including market participants and featuring a number of different perspectives, and the second as a moderated conversation among public policymakers only. Beyond the much-publicized issue of location policy, themes included for discussion will include the assessment and oversight of systemic risk related to CCPs, the division of labor between national and EU authorities and among EU authorities, the relationships with third-country authorities and possible international spillovers of EU27 decisions, and the implications of the CCP oversight framework for monetary policy.
This event is open only to Bruegel’s members and to a selected number of invited experts.
This event is off the record.
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