Victoria at the Club with Associate Professor Dr Martien Lubberink
Ten years after the onset of the Global Financial Crisis, Associate Professor Dr Martien Lubberink explains what global and national regulators have done to make our financial system more resilient. He will explain that a lot has been accomplished: banks worldwide have become safer. Still, some important issues need addressing. Martien will discuss the Kiwi response to the Global Financial Crisis and he will touch on recent developments such as the review of the Reserve Bank Act. Most importantly, he will explain how this all affects you.
Martien Lubberink completed his PhD in Economics at Groningen University. He joined De Nederlandsche Bank, the central bank of the Netherlands in July 2008. He contributed to the development of new regulatory capital standards and regulatory capital disclosure standards for banks worldwide and for banks in Europe (Basel III). Martien regularly contributes to the Capital Issues blog, a blog dedicated to advancing knowledge about the complex world of regulatory bank capital.
Martien Lubberink teaches banking. He has also informed the international financial press: Bloomberg, The Economist, Euromoney, the Financial Times, Risk Magazine, SNL Financial, and the Wall Street Journal. He advises governments, banks, and central banks on prudential bank supervision.
Dress: Business Casual
5.30pm: Registration & welcome drink
Presentation and drink: $10
Dinner and presentation: $50