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Séminaire mensuel de la Chaire ACPR « Régulation et Risques Systémiques »

 

Le séminaire de la Chaire ACPR, organisé mensuellement, se concentre sur les questions de régulation et de risque systémique pour les banques et les organismes d’assurance. Cette page présente les éléments relatifs aux événements, passés ou à venir, ainsi que les modalités de participation.

Le séminaire de la Chaire ACPR se déroule habituellement le premier mercredi de chaque mois de 10h00 à 11h30 à l’ACPR : 4 rue de Budapest, Salle Liège (rez-de-jardin) - Voir plan d'accès.  

Le séminaire est ouvert à tous. L’inscription par mail à chaireACPR@acpr.banque-france.fr est gratuite mais obligatoire pour y assister. Si vous souhaitez être informés des prochains évènements, merci d’envoyer un mail à la même adresse.

La Direction des Études de l’ACPR organise également des séminaires indépendants : la page dédiée aux séminaires de recherche organisés par l’ACPR est accessible ici.

 

PROCHAIN ÉVÉNEMENT

Mercredi 5 juin 2024, 10h30 – 12h

Glenn Rudebusch (Brookings Institution et New York University) présentera
 

“The Effect of U.S. Climate Policy on Financial Markets: An Event Study of the Inflation Reduction Act”
 

Abstract:

The Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 (IRA) represents the largest climate policy action ever undertaken in the United States. Its legislative path was marked by two abrupt shifts as the likelihood of climate policy action fell to near zero and then rose to near certainty. We investigate equity price reactions to these two events, which represent major realizations of climate policy transition risk. Our results highlight the heterogeneous nature of climate policy risk exposure. We find sizable reactions that differ by industry as well as across firm-level measures of greenness such as environmental scores and emission intensities. While the financial market response to the IRA was economically significant, it did not lead to instability or financial stress, suggesting that transition risks posed by climate policies even as ambitious as the IRA may be manageable.

 

Ce séminaire aura lieu en mode hybride (le séminaire se tiendra à l’ACPR : 4 Place de Budapest, 75009 Paris avec possibilité de suivre en distanciel)

L’inscription (gratuite) est obligatoire (pour les 2 modes de participation) par mail à chaireACPR@acpr.banque-france.fr

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DERNIERS ÉVÉNEMENTS

Mercredi 22 mai 2024, 10h30 – 12h

Melina Papoutsi (BCE) présentera


“Borrowing Beyond Bounds: How Banks Pass On Regulatory Compliance Costs”
 

Abstract:

Banks in the euro area must inform supervisors about each exposure that exceed 10% of the bank’s capital. Using a granular dataset that combines banks’ loan and security portfolios, we test whether banks pass on the cost of complying with the large-exposure framework to borrowers above the threshold. We show that after a decrease in the reporting threshold, small banks react by shifting more exposures just below the threshold. In addition, banks charge a sizable 76 basis point interest rate premium for large exposures, relative to firms just below the threshold. This premium is more pronounced for small banks and borrowers with fewer banking relationships and hence fewer outside options. In response, when firms approach their bank’s large exposure threshold, they become more likely to borrow from other banks. Despite the “large-exposure penalty”, we find no statistical evidence for bunching below the threshold, suggesting that there are substantial frictions that prevent firms from switching to better-capitalized banks to reduce interest expenses.

Ce séminaire aura lieu en mode hybride (le séminaire se tiendra à l’ACPR : 4 Pl. de Budapest, 75009 Paris avec possibilité de suivre en distanciel)

L’inscription (gratuite) est obligatoire (pour les 2 modes de participation) par mail à chaireACPR@acpr.banque-france.fr

Si vous optez pour le mode visio, le lien de connexion vous sera envoyé prochainement

- Pour nous contacter

- Compte rendu

 

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