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Financial regulation and supervision discussed in Lisbon

"The major trends in regulation and supervision of the financial sector", especially the role of the insurance industry in safeguarding financial stability, was the topic of discussion at the international conference promoted by CIRSF-Research Centre on Regulation and Supervision of the Financial Sector, in collaboration with the ASF and the Bank of Portugal.

The working session took place at the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, on June 25th, and was attended by the ASF Chairman, José Figueiredo Almaça, and Luís Silva Morais, CIRSF coordinator. It also counted with the participation of Andrea Enria, President of the European Banking Authority, Professor Viral Acharya, of New York University and Professor René Smits, University of Amsterdam.


ASF Chairman heard in COFAP

The President of ASF, José Figueiredo Almaça, was received by the Budget, Finance and Public Administration Committee of the Portuguese Parliament within the hearings of the specific comments on draft law No. 326/XII, transposing Directive No. 2009/138/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 25 November 2009.

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