6th Global Administrative Law Seminar

Viterbo, 11-12 June, 2010

The Financial Crisis and The Global Regulatory Governance

Università “La Tuscia”

Rettorato-Aula Magna

Via Santa Maria in Gradi n. 4

Friday June 11th 2010

14:30 p.m. Welcome

14:30 p.m. Opening Session

“Regulatory Failures and the Impact of the Financial Crisis”

Chairman Professor Sabino Cassese

(Judge of the Italian Constitutional Court)

Maurizia De Bellis, Global Financial Standards and Regulatory Failure;

Karen B. Sigmond, Banking Regulation in Mexico: Lessons from Financial Crisis.

15:00 p.m.

Discussant: Professor Daniel Bradlow

American University Washington College of Law and University of Pretoria

15:15 p.m.

Discussant: Professor Giulio Napolitano

Università “Roma Tre”, Facoltà di Scienze Politiche

15:30 p.m. General Discussion

16:30 p.m. coffee break

17:00 p.m. Second Session

“Regulatory and Institutional Responses”

Myriam Senn,  The impact of the financial crisis on institutional transformation

Markus Glaser, Global risk management for transnational markets: developing an effective regulatory system for financial services

Maciej Borowicz, Global Regulatory Contracts: Basel II and Beyond.

17:30 p.m.

Discussant: Professor David Zaring

Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania

17:45 p.m.

Discussant: Professor Christian Tomuschat

Institut für Völker- und Europarecht, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

18:00 p.m. General Discussion

19:00 p.m. End of session

20:30 p.m. Dinner

Saturday June 12th 2010

9:30 a.m. Third Session

“A Critical Assessment”

Chairman: Professor Richard B. Stewart

School of Law, New York University

Martins Paparinskis, Protection of Investors in Financial Crises: Lessons of 1929 and 1930

Chiara Orlandini, The Finance Good Shepherd: How legal intervention will serve the quest for global financial stability as a public good

Elisabetta Cervone, Credit Rating Agencies: Do We Need Draconian Oversight? A Critical Assessment of Current Reforms Initiatives.

10:00 a.m.

Discussant: Professor Alfred C. Aman Jr.

School of Law, Indiana University

10:15 a.m.

Discussant: Dr. Matthias Goldmann

Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law

10:30 a.m. General Discussion

12:00 a.m. Gal Project: Agenda and Next Steps

12:30 a.m. End of session

12:30 a.m. Lunch