Call for papers - conference on bank resolution mechanisms, Spring 2013
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Call for Papers
Bank Resolution Mechanisms
A joint academic-practitioner conference with the theme Bank Resolution Mechanisms wil be held in Dublin, Ireland on Thursday May 23rd, 2013, organized by the Financial Mathematics and Computation Cluster (FMCC) at University College, Dublin and the Department of Economics, Finance & Accounting at National University of Ireland Maynooth.
There is deep and widespread dissatisfaction with the structure and performance of bank resolution mechanisms. This conference will present recent theoretical and empirical research and examine alternatives to current systems. Possible presentation topics include:
* Contingent convertibility of bank liabilities: alternative specifications; contingent convertible bond pricing; the potential impact of contingent convertibility on banks’ cost of capital, capital structure and lending behaviour
* Bank resolution mechanisms within the European banking union
* Deposit insurance, no-bailout commitments and credible resolution mechanisms
* Network and liquidity externalities in bank failure
* Living wills for financial institutions
Please send papers or detailed proposals by March 29th, 2013 at the latest to email@example.com; all papers must be submitted electronically in adobe pdf format. The academic coordinator for the conference is Gregory Connor, who can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. There are no submission fees or attendance fees for the conference. We are grateful to the Science Foundation of Ireland and the Irish Institute of Bankers for their generous support of this conference. The Financial Mathematics and Computation Cluster is a collaboration between University College, Dublin, National University of Ireland Maynooth, Dublin City University and industry partners, with support from the Science Foundation of Ireland.