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Euro: Success and vulnerability, Central banks and supervisory tech

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Vitor Constâncio

Commentary: Euro – Success and vulnerability

By Kat Usita in London

Challenges facing Europe’s unfinished monetary union were discussed in a wide-ranging OMFIF London City Lecture with Vitor Constâncio, former vice-president, European Central Bank, Lucrezia Reichlin, London Business School, and Charles Goodhart, London School of Economics. Constâncio remains a firm believer in the euro’s success. But he recognises that the next downturn could be just around the corner, and that member states may not have done enough to prepare appropriate responses.

Read the full commentary on the website.

Meeting: Central banks and supervisory tech

Friday 15 February, London, 8:30 GMT

The use of technology in financial supervision – ranging from sophisticated communications to artificial intelligence – is a growing concern for central banks and regulatory agencies. This seminar will bring together central bankers, supervisors, private sector market participants and financial regulatory experts. They will discuss how the use of new technology in regulation and supervision could enhance and provide financial stability for the future.

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