Date: 25th June 2019 | 10:00

Venue: Prebend House, University of Buckingham, MK18 1EG

Day 1:

Start 10:00

Session 1 – Juan Castaneda – The roles of central banks in modern economies

Session 2 – Tim Congdon – Money, asset prices and the business cycle

Session 3 – Brandon Davies – Bank regulation after the Global Financial Crisis

Session 4 – Philip Booth – Money, regulation and the Financial Crisis

Finish 18:00

Day 2:

Start 10:00

Session 1 – Brian Sturgess: ‘Alternatives to conventional (Western) banking’.

Session 2 – Forrest Capie – The central banks as lenders of last resort in a financial crisis – with a historical perspective

Session 3 – Presentation by University of Buckingham including the MSc Money, Banking and Central Banking programme

Session 4 – Matthias Klaes – FinTech: The new world of financial intermediation

Finish 18:00

Paid accommodation on campus is available on a first come, first served basis and there is also a small travel bursary available for each participant. Lunch will also be provided on both days; breakfast and evening meals at participants own cost.

Spaces are limited and will be awarded upon receipt of a CV and a covering letter explaining what you expect to gain from this experience. Applications should be sent to to arrive no later than 30th April 2019.

The event is sponsored by the Institute of International Monetary Research and Institute of Economic Affairs