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1. Dealing With Problem Banks in Europe (London, June 1998)

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2.EMU,the ECB and Financial Supervision (Frankfurt, October 1998).

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3. Towards Safer Derivatives Markets (Paris, March 1999).

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4. Improving the Basel Committees New Capital Adequacy Framework, jointly with the Shadow Financial Regulatory Committees of Japan and the U.S. (New York, June 1999).

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5. A New Role for Deposit Insurance in Europe (Milan,October 1999).

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6. Banking Mergers and Acquisitions in Europe (Brussels, February 2000).

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7. Internal Ratings Capital Standards and Subordinated Debt (Brussels, February 2000).

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8. Towards a Single Market in European Securities Trading: An Agenda for Reform of the ISD (London, June 2000).

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9. Reform of Bank Regulation and its Application to Japan, jointly with the Shadow Financial Regulatory Committees of Japan and the U.S. (Tokyo, October 2000).

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10. The Regulation of European Securities Markets: The Lamfalussy Report (Madrid, March 2001).

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11. Reforming Bank Capital Regulation, jointly with the Shadow Financial Regulatory Committees of Japan, Latin America, and the U.S. (Amsterdam, June 2001).

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12. Re-Plumbing European Securities Markets (London, November 2001).

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13. Takeover Bids in Europe (Copenhagen, February 2002).

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14. Reforms in the Process of Restructuring International Sovereign Debt, jointly with the Shadow Financial Regulatory Committees of Japan, Latin America, and the U.S. (Washington D.C., October 2002).

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15. Corporate Governance in Europe (London, December 2002).

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16. Bank Supervisors Business: Risk Management or Systemic Stability? (Basel and Zurich, May 2003).

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17. Credit Risk Transfer from Banks to Non-Bank Financial Institutions (Paris, October 2003).

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18. Challenges to Financial Regulators in the Accession Countries (Budapest, May 2004).

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19. Towards New Bank Capital Requirements in Europe (Brussels, October 2004).

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20. Enhancing International Financial Market Integration, jointly with the Shadow Financial Regulatory Committees of Asia, Japan, Latin America, and the U.S. (Washington DC, November 2004).

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21. Repeal the Second EU Company Law Directive (London, March 2005).

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22. Ageing and Pensions: A Ticking Bomb, jointly with the Shadow Financial Regulatory Committees of Asia, Japan, and the U.S. (Seoul, October 2005).

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23. Reforming Banking Supervision in Europe (Frankfurt, November 2005).

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24. Insurance Supervision in Europe: Is Solvency II Appropriate? (Zurich, March 2006).

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25. Basel II and the Scope for Prompt Corrective Action in Europe (London, November 2006).

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26. Lessons from Recent Financial Turmoil, jointly with the Shadow Financial Regulatory Committees of Asia, Australia-New Zealand, Japan, Latin America, and the U.S. (Copenhagen, September 2007).

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27. Resolving the Current Crisis and Preventing its Return (Brussels, March 2008)

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28. The Financial Crisis and the Future of Financial Regulation (London, January 2009).

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29. Making Securitization Work for Financial Stability and Economic Growth, jointly with the Shadow Financial Regulatory Committees of Asia, Australia-New Zealand, Japan, Latin America, and the U.S. (August 2009).

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30. Letter to the G20 (Warsaw, September 2009).

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31. A New Life for European Financial Supervision (Stockholm, November 2009).

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32. Insolvency Procedures and Market Discipline for Banks and Euro Area Countries(Rome, June 2010).

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33. Base III: The Need For Simplicity In Capital And Liquidity Requirements.

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34.The Eurozone Crisis: A Roadmap for Urgent and Decisive Action, Washington, D.C.October 24, 2011)

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35.Escalating Crisis in the Eurozone: Time for Urgent Action(Tilburg,June 27 2012)

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36. Resolution and Recovery in a Banking Union( London, October 22, 2012)

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37. Preparing for a European Banking Union (Brussels, September 16, 2013)

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38. Misdiagnosis of Crisis has led to Botched Liquidity Regulation (Tokyo, October 28, 2013)

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39. Complexity and Credibility in the Single Resolution Mechanism(London, November 10, 2014)

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40.Escalating Crisis in the Eurozone: The Case for Conditional Debt Relief for Greece(Frankfurt, June 29, 2015)

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41. Towards Banking Union and Capital Markets Union in Europe: The Role of Shadow Banks (Brussels, March 21, 2016)

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42. Europe under Threat: The Political Dynamics of Brexit Interacting with Weakness in the European Financial System (London, September 16, 2016)

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43. Legacy Problems as a Threat to the European Banking Union( Rome, January 24, 2017)

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