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International Summer School on Banking and Capital Markets Law in Italy

Date of news: 31 July 2018

The Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Milan and Radboud University Nijmegen organized an International Summer School on Banking & Capital Markets Law from 23 to 27 July 2018. Professor of Financial law Danny Busch (Nijmegen), professor of Banking Law and Vice-Rector Antonella Sciarrone Alibrandi (Cattolica Milan) and professor of Governance of Financial Institutions Guido Ferrarini (Nijmegen/Genoa) were as program directors actively involved in this Summer School. Dr. Edoardo Grossule (Cattolica) acted as program coordinator.

The aim of the Summer School was to provide young researchers with mentoring as well as with exposure to cutting-edge research in Banking and Capital Markets Law. Participants had the opportunity to present their own research projects and to discuss them with leading researchers in a relaxed and constructive atmosphere. Among the participants were four PhD students from the Nijmegen Faculty of Law: Han Gulyas, Stef Keunen, Andrée Lenaerts and Mirik van Rijn.

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Inspiring locations

The first day of the summer school took place in Milan with some high-level speakers from the financial sector, including representatives from Consob, the Bank of Italy, ESMA, EBA, the ECB and the European Commission. From 24 to 27 July the Summer School moved to the beautiful surroundings of Villa Vigoni, Como. The villa and its wonderful garden formed an inspiring setting for interactive workshops and seminars held by senior academics, policy makers and other experts in the field.

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Professor Danny Busch (Nijmegen) and Professor and Vice-Rector Antonella Sciarrone Alibrandi (Cattolica Milan).