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

Wednesday, September 2nd 2020, 10.30 am - noon

 

Angelo Ranaldo (University of St. Gallen and Swiss Institute of Banking and Finance) will present:

« Regulatory Effects on Short-Term Interest Rates »

 

Pay attention, this seminar will take place online.

To receive the invitation to the web platform, (free) registration is compulsory by mail at chaireACPR@acpr.banque-france.fr

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PREVIOUS EVENT

Wednesday, June 10th 2020, 10.30 am - noon

 

Iman van Lelyveld (DNB and VU Amsterdam)  will present:

« How Banks Respond to Distress: Shifting Risks in Europe's Banking Union »

 

Pay attention, this seminar will take place online.

To receive the invitation to the web platform, (free) registration is compulsory by mail at chaireACPR@acpr.banque-france.fr

TO CONTACT US 

 

 

Publication Seminars
Determinants of banks’ liquidity: a French perspective on market and regulatory ratio interactions

The objective of the paper is to investigate how banks adjust the structure of their balance sheet as a response to a funding shock and to propose a methodology for projecting banks’ liquidity ratios in a top-down stress test scenario. In line with a...

  • Published on 12/17/2019
  • FR
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Do Distressed Banks Really Gamble for Resurrection?
  • Published on 11/15/2019
  • FR
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Lower capital requirements as a policy tool to support credit to SMEs :Evidence from a policy experiment

Starting in 2014 with the implementation of the European Commission Capital Requirement Directive, banks operating in the Euro area were benefiting from a 25% reduction (the Supporting Factor or "SF" hereafter) in own funds requirements...

  • Published on 11/14/2019
  • FR
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Crisis and contagion in nancial networks: a dynamic approach

We study the dynamics of a connected banking sector where the nancial links between banks are explicitly modelled, including the liquidation procedures in the case of the failure of an individual bank. This model of banking network allows us to...

  • Published on 08/13/2019
  • FR
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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 08/09/2019
  • FR
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Time matters: how default resolution times impact final loss rates

Using access to a unique bank loss data base, we show positive dependencies of default resolution times (DRTs) of defaulted bank loan contracts and final loan loss rates (losses given default, LGDs). Due to this interconnection, LGD predictions made at...

  • Published on 06/05/2019
  • FR
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Bank Concentration and Product Market Competition

This paper documents that concentration in the banking sector is associated with less competitive product market outcomes in non-financial sectors. We argue that a distinguishing feature of credit concentration is the higher incidence of competing...

  • Published on 03/08/2019
  • FR
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Insurers as Asset Managers and Systemic Risk

Financial intermediaries often provide guarantees that resemble out-of-the-money put options, exposing them to tail risk. Using the U.S. life insurance industry as a laboratory, we present a model in which variable annuity (VA) guarantees and...

  • Published on 03/04/2019
  • FR
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The Private Production of Safe Assets

Do claims on the private sector serve the role of safe assets? We answer this question using high-frequency panel data on prices and quantities of certificates of deposit (CDs) issued in Europe. We find that only very short-term private securities...

  • Published on 01/24/2019
  • FR
  • PDF (1.22 MB)