Monthly seminars "chaire ACPR"

 

The ACPR Research Initiative seminar highlights high-quality research addressing issues of regulation and systemic risk for both banks and insurance firms. 

The seminar takes place on the first Wednesday of the month from 10.00 to 11.30 in the premises of the ACPR: 4, place de Budapest, Salle Liège (rez-de-jardin) -  See access plan.  

The seminar is open to everybody. Registration by email at chaireACPR@acpr.banque-france.fr is free but compulsory in order to attend. If you wish to be informed of upcoming events, please send an email to the same address.

The ACPR Studies Department organizes independent seminars as well: the page dedicated to the ACPR research seminars is available here.

 

NEXT EVENT

 

Thursday, december 6th 2018, 10H00-11H30

Guillaume Vuillemey (HEC paris) WILL PRESENT :

« The Private Production of Safe Assets »

(Please note that exceptionally, the seminar takes place on a Thursday in the Auditorium)

at : ACPR - Auditorium - 4, place de budapest 75009 paris (Access Plan)

To have access to the seminar, registration (free) is compulsory by mail at chaireACPR@acpr.banque-france.fr

TO CONTACT US

 

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Wednesday, November 7th 2018, 10H00-11H30

manuel garcia-santana (universitat pompeu fabra) WILL PRESENT :

« on the direct and indirect real effects of credit supply shocks »

at : ACPR - salle liège (Rdj) - 4, place de budapest 75009 paris (Access Plan)

To have access to the seminar, registration (free) is compulsory by mail at chaireACPR@acpr.banque-france.fr

TO CONTACT US

 

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Publication Seminars
How does currency diversification explain bank leverage procyclicality ?

The amplitude of leverage procyclicality is heterogeneous across banks and across countries. This paper introduces international diversification of bank balance sheet as a factor of this observed heterogeneity, with a special emphasis on currency...

  • Published on 12/03/2018
  • FR
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The Forced Safety Effect : How Higher Capital Requirements Can Increase Bank Lending

Government guarantees generate an implicit subsidy for banks. Even though a capital requirement reduces this subsidy, a bank may optimally respond to a higher capital requirement by increasing lending. This requires that the marginal loan generates...

  • Published on 11/22/2018
  • FR
  • PDF (1.13 MB)
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Foreign Currency Bank Funding and Global Factors

The literature on the drivers of capital flows stresses the prominent role of global financial factors. Recent empirical work, however, highlights how this role varies across countries and time, and this heterogeneity is not well understood. We revisit...

  • Published on 10/25/2018
  • FR
  • PDF (573.08 KB)
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Back to the future: backtesting systemic risk measures during historical bank runs and the great depression

We evaluate the performance of two popular systemic risk measures, CoVaR and SRISK, during eight financial panics in the era before FDIC insurance. Bank stock price and balance sheet data were not readily available for this time period. We rectify this...

  • Published on 05/23/2018
  • FR
  • PDF (2.1 MB)
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Credit Growth and the Financial Crisis: A New Narrative

A broadly accepted view contends that the 2007-09 nancial crisis in the U.S.was caused by an expansion in the supply of credit to subprime borrowers during the 2001-2006 credit boom, leading to the spike in defaults and foreclosures that sparked the...

  • Published on 05/02/2018
  • FR
  • PDF (1.85 MB)
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The Impact of Legal Framework on Bank Loan Portfolio: An implementation to the European Stress Test Exercise

The economic crisis put financial and banking sector on the viewfinder of regulators and policymakers across EU and more widely across the world. Indeed, the improvement of the quality of banks' balance sheet has proved crucial for economic...

  • Published on 03/07/2018
  • FR
  • PDF (548.8 KB)
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How post-crisis regulation has affected bank CEO compensation

This paper assesses whether compensation practices for bank Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) changed after the Financial Stability Board (FSB) issued post-crisis guidelines on sound compensation. Banks in jurisdictions which implemented the FSB’s...

  • Published on 01/25/2018
  • FR
  • PDF (981.25 KB)
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The impact of the identication of GSIBs on their business model

Most research papers dealing with systemic footprint in the banking system either investigate the definition and the measure of systemic risk, or try to identify systemic banks and to quantify the systemic risk buffers. To the best of our knowledge,...

  • Published on 01/11/2018
  • FR
  • PDF (822.34 KB)
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Risk-sharing benefits and the capital structure of insurance companies

Providing risk-sharing benefits to risk-averse policy holders is a primary function of insurance companies. We model that policy holders are paying a fee over the present value of indemnifications (i.e., technical provisions) to enjoy these risksharing...

  • Published on 01/10/2018
  • FR
  • PDF (907.97 KB)