FUTURE EUROPE

Amsterdam, Frankfurt, London, Paris,
10 May 2019

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While Europeans are facing major challenges both internally (Brexit, migration issues, growing anti-European sentiment) and externally (trade tensions, tightening of US monetary policy, a greater-than-envisaged slowdown in China, cyber and geopolitical risks at large), the 2019 European elections will decisively shape the EU’s general dynamics for the next five years.

Following the political outcome of this key vote, a major shift could happen in key areas such as international trade and finance, climate change, digital revolution and consumer protection, security and migration. Most importantly, it will reflect the extent to which the gap between EU institutions and EU citizens’ expectations will be significant.

All this calls for in-depth reflections and bold decisions on the necessary changes to be made to EU’s current functioning. This implies to ask ourselves the way we should consolidate further what is effectively working and whether we should reconsider the breakdown of competences between the EU and local level. In any event, choices to be made should reflect the needs for a strengthened economic and geopolitical sovereignty (external challenges) but also for an enhanced inclusiveness and representativeness (internal ones). Now is undoubtedly the right time to collectively reflect on our ability to transform these challenges into opportunities in a threefold way:

  • How to build an inclusive and sustainable finance?
  • How to combine the need of integration with the subsidiarity principle?
  • How to reinforce Europe’s global competitiveness in an uncertain and changing world?

MALEKI CORPORATE GROUP is the overall organiser and in charge also for the Frankfurt conference part.

 

Conference date
10 May 2019

Conference language
English

Participation
By invitation only

 

Conference venues
Amsterdam, Frankfurt, London, Paris

Amsterdam
Muziekgebouw aan het Ij

Frankfurt am Main
Hotel Steigenberger Frankfurter Hof

London
European Institute
London School of Economics
Thai Theatre, New Academic Building

Paris
Palais Brongniart

Program Frankfurt please click here

Program Amsterdam please click here

Program London please click here

Program Paris please click here

Speakers

Bibiana Barth
(from Frankfurt)

Presenter, Journalist and
Head of Brand Strategy,
hr-iNFO,
Frankfurt am Main

Ulrich Barths
(from Frankfurt)

Financial Reporter,
hr-iNFO, ARD-
Hörfunk-Börsenstudio
in Cooperation
with Deutschlandradio,
Frankfurt am Main

Uwe Becker
(from Frankfurt)

Mayor,
City of Frankfurt

Pervenche Berès, MEP
(from Paris)

Member of the
European Parliament,
Brussels

Lorenzo Bini Smaghi
(from Paris)

Chairman of the
Board of Directors,
Société Générale, Paris

Marieke Blom
(from Amsterdam)

Chief Economist,
ING Netherlands,
Amsterdam

Roland Boekhout
(from Amsterdam)

Member of the Management Board,
Banking & Head of Market
Leaders, ING Group,
Amsterdam

Prof. Dr.
Peter Bofinger
(from Frankfurt)

Former Member of
the German Council
of Economic Experts,
Berlin

Stéphane Boujnah
(from Paris)

Head of
Continental Europe,
Santander Global
Banking and Markets,
Paris

H.E. Dirk Brengelmann
(from Amsterdam)

Ambassador,
Embassy of the Federal
Republic of Germany
to the Kingdom of the
Netherlands, The Hague

Arnaud de Bresson
(from Paris)

Chief Executive Officer,
Paris EUROPLACE,
Paris

Reinhard Bütikofer
(from Frankfurt)

Member of the European
Parliament (Greens/EFA);
Co-Chair of the European
Green Party (EGP),
European Parliament,
Brussels

Lorenzo Codogno
(from London)

Visiting Professor,
European Institute, LSE;
Former Director-General,
Treasury Department,
Italian Ministry of
Economy and Finance

Kishwer Falkner,
Baroness Falkner
of Margravine
(from London)

Member of the
House of Lords,
UK Chairman of the
EU Sub-Committee
on Financial Affairs

Henrik Feuersänger
(from Frankfurt)

Law student and scholar,
Goethe University,
Frankfurt am Main

Prof. Dr.
Stefan Collignon
(from London)

Visiting Senior Fellow,
European Institute,
LSE; Professor of
Political Economy,
Sant’Anna School of
Advanced Studies, Pisa

Prof. Dr. Lüder Gerken
(from Frankfurt)

Chairman,
cep – Centrum für
Europäische Politik,
Freiburg i.Br.

Stéphane Giordano
(from Paris)

Chairman,
Association française
des marches financiers
(AMAFI),
Paris

Prof. Simon Glendinning
(from London)

Head of the
European Institute
and Professor in
European Philosophy,
LSE, London

Frank Heemskerk
(from Amsterdam)

Secretary General,
European Roundtable
of Industrialists (ERT),
Brussels

Philipp Hildebrand
(from London)

Vice Chairman,
BlackRock,
London

Prof. Simon Hix
(from London)

Harold Laski Professor
of Political Science,
Department of Government;
Pro-Director (Research),
LSE

Prof. Jaap de Hoop Scheffer
(from Amsterdam)

Professor;
Former Minister
of State of the
Netherlands and
NATO Secretary General

Nick Jefcoat
(from London)

Chairman,
German-British Society
Rhein-Main e.V.
Frankfurt am Main

Rens de Jong
(from Amsterdam)

Moderator,
Journalist, Entrepreneur,
Amsterdam

Dr. Rem Korteweg
(from Amsterdam)

Senior Research Fellow
& Head of ‘Europe
in the World’ unit,
Clingendael Institute,
The Hague

Dr. Jörg Kukies
(from Berlin)

State Secretary,
Federal Ministry
of Finance,
Berlin

Laurent Lascols
(from Paris)

Global Head of
Public Affairs,
Société Générale,
Paris

Michala Marcussen, CFA
(from Paris)

Group Chief Economist
and Head of Economic
and Sector Research,
Société Générale, Paris

Bojan Markovic
(from London)

Deputy Director in
Economics, Policy
and Governance,
European Bank for
Reconstruction and
Development – EBRD,
London

Eric Menges
(from London)

President & CEO,
FrankfurtRheinMain GmbH
International Marketing
of the Region,
Frankfurt am Main

Friedrich Merz
(from Frankfurt)

Chairman,
BlackRock Germany,
Frankfurt am Main

Pierre Moscovici
(from Paris)

Commissioner,
Economic and Financial
Affairs, Taxation and
Customs, European
Commission,
Brussels

Prof. Dr.
Daniel Mügge
(from Amsterdam)

Professor of
Political Arithmetic,
University of
Amsterdam (UvA)

Rain Newton Smith
(from London)

Chief Economist,
Confederation of
British Industry,
London

Günther Oettinger
(from Frankfurt)

Commissioner for Budget
and Human Resources,
European Commission, Brussels

Robert Ophèle
(from Paris)

Chairman,
Autorité des marchés financiers,
Paris

Yves Perrier
(from Paris)

CEO,
Amundi,
Paris

Peter Praet
(from Frankfurt)

Member of the
Executive Board,
European Central Bank,
Frankfurt am Main

Sébastien Raspiller
(from Paris)

Assistant Secretary for
the financial sector,
French Treasury,
Paris

 

Prof. Jörg Rocholl, PhD
(from Berlin)

President,
ESMT,
Berlin

Dr. Daniel Röder
(from Frankfurt)

Founder,
Pulse of Europe,
Frankfurt am Main

Gita J. Salden
(from Amsterdam)

CEO,
BNG Bank,
The Hague

Frank Scheidig
(from Frankfurt)

Chairman,
Region Rhein-Main,
British Chamber of
Commerce in Germany,
Frankfurt am Main

Prof. Dirk Schoenmaker
(from Amsterdam)

Professor of Banking and
Finance at the Rotterdam
School of Management,
Erasmus University
Rotterdam

Prof. Dr.
Gesine Schwan

(from Frankfurt)

Co-Founder and President,
Humboldt-Viadrina Governance Platform,
Berlin

Natacha Valla
(from Paris)

Deputy Director General
for Monetary Policy,
European Central Bank,
Frankfurt am Main

Prof. Dr.
Mark Wahrenburg
(from Frankfurt)

House of Finance,
Goethe University,
Frankfurt am Main

Prof. Dr.
Adalbert Winkler
(from Frankfurt)

Professor for International
Development Finance,
Frankfurt School of
Finance and
Management,
Frankfurt am Main

Prof. Dr.
Joachim Wuermeling
(from Frankfurt)

Member of the
Executive Board,
Deutsche Bundesbank,
Frankfurt am Main

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MALEKI CORPORATE GROUP

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