Market Regulation and Structure after the Crisis: What Lessons Have Been Learned?

DAY TWO, 11:00-12:15

This panel brings together players in Russian and international financial markets to discuss their response to the shocks and aftermath of the crisis of 2008.Key themes and questions include the following:

  • Has credibility been fully restored to the CIS financial markets after the frequent and prolonged trading halts in autumn 2008?
  • How have bank regulators adapted to an environment in which years of very high growth suddenly reversed, risking the very solvency of national banking systems?
  • What do investors expect from financial market regulation, and what do they actually see?

With a distinguished panel of regulators, market administrators and investors, delegates will have an opportunity to join a discussion on how market and regulatory infrastructure coped, and what has been done to lessen the impact of future shocks.