4 - 5 november 2021 | Lisbon |C.C. Lisboa
The CMVM’s 30th anniversary conference programme has been developed with the help of an extraordinary panel of experts over the last year.
Clara Raposo has been dean of ISEG - Lisbon School of Economics & Management since July 2018, where she is also a full professor of Finance. She holds a PhD in Finance from the London Business School and has taught at institutions such as Säid Business School and St. Edmund Hall at the University of Oxford, and ISCTE.
She has led several research teams, currently being the principal researcher of research projects funded by the Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT) and the Francisco Manuel dos Santos Foundation (FFMS), and has published articles in pretigious international academic journals, such as The Journal of Finance and Journal of Financial Economics.
Filippo Annunziata is the professor of Financial Markets and Banking Legislation at Bocconi University, Milan, since 2007 (previously at University of Bologna), where he is also co-director of the RULES Unit, Baffi-Carefin Centre. He is Academic Board Member of the European Banking Institute and Academic Member and Fellow of the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence EUSFIL - European Union Sustainable Finance and Law.
Fillipo Annunziatta is also visiting professor at several EU Universities, including, Antwerp, Leuven, Toulouse, London (Queen Mary) and Warwick. He is member of the editorial Board - Rivista delle Società, and referee and ad-hoc reviewer for European Company and Financial Law, Rivista delle Società, Rivista del Diritto commerciale, Banca Borsa e Titoli di Credito, Giurisprudenza Commerciale, Rivista Orizzonti del Diritto Commerciale, Banca Impresa e Società. Among other memberships, he is also member of the Italian Associazione Orizzonti del Diritto commerciale and of Member of the Scientific Committee - Centro di ricerca interdipartimentale sul diritto europeo della banca e della finanza - Università di Roma Tre.
Guntram Wolff is the director of Bruegel. His research focuses on the european economy and governance, on fiscal and monetary policy and global finance. He regularly testifies to the European Finance Ministers' ECOFIN meeting, the European Parliament, the German Parliament (Bundestag) and the French Parliament (Assemblée Nationale). From 2012-16, he was a member of the french prime minister’s Conseil d’Analyse Economique.
He is a board member of the international advisory council of the ULB’s Solvay Brussels School. He joined Bruegel from the European Commission, where he worked on the macroeconomics of the euro area and the reform of euro area governance. Prior to joining the Commission, he was coordinating the research team on fiscal policy at Deutsche Bundesbank. He also worked as an adviser to the International Monetary Fund. He holds a PhD from the University of Bonn.
Jella Benner-Heinacher has been at the leading German Shareholder Association DSW since 1991, currently as chief managing director (deputy). Previously she was president of Euroshareholders and EuroInvestors, the European Association of Investors in Brussels. Both organizations were merged into one organization EuroFinUse in January 2013 which is now called BetterFinance (BF).
She currently holds the position of the vice-president at BF. Since 2001 until today, she is chairwoman of the Expert Corporate Governance Services, ECGS. Jella Benner-Heinacher is member of German Stock Exchange Expert Committee, of the Consumer Panel at BaFin and of the Corporate Finance Standing Committee (CWG) at ESMA. She is an attorney-at- law with a master of Law degree (U.S.A.) and holds banking formation.
Josina Kamerling is the head of regulatory outreach for CFA Institute for the Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) region. She is responsible for supporting CFA Institute's EMEA policy development, advancing the impact of advocacy efforts, and promoting capital market integrity and investor protection issues.
Prior to joining CFA Institute, Ms. Kamerling was a specialist adviser on financial services in the European Parliament for six years and a banker for 15 years, most notably as a senior banker in the global clients division of ING and prior to that as head of sales in the financial markets division of ING group. Ms. Kamerling holds a bachelor of Arts with Honours in Law and Modern Languages from Cambridge University.
Karel Lannoo has been chief executive of CEPS since 2000, Europe’s leading independent think tank, ranked among the top ten think tanks in the world. He is also member of the management board of the European Capital Markets Institute (ECMI) and a member of foundation boards and advisory councils.
Karel was a member of the management board of BME (Bolsas y Mercados Españolas). With an academic background in philosophy, modern history and a postgraduate diploma in european studies, he is a regular speaker at hearings of national and international institutions such as the European Commission and the European Parliament. He is the author of several books and opinion articles on financial markets and European politics.
Luís Silva Morais is professor of Law at the Faculty of Law of the University of Lisbon, where he teaches subjects such as European Union, Competition, Economic Regulation and Financial Regulation Law, among others. He is the founder and president of the Research Center on Regulation and Supervision of the Financial Sector (CIRSF), which maintains a scientific partnership with the national financial supervisory authorities.
He is vice-chair of the Single Resolution Board’s Appeal Panel and co-founder of the Luis Silva Morais/Sérgio Gonçalves de Cabo & Associados, SP, RL Law firm. He regularly publishes on financial regulation, European and competition law, with the most recent publications on banking resolution, European banking union and European financial supervision architecture.
Martha Oberndorfer has been involved in many areas of the international capital markets, working in institutional fund management, asset management for private clients, M&A advisory, corporate treasury and sovereign debt management. She served the Austrian taxpayers in various functions – as head of BPK, the government owned pension fund, as head of OEBFA, the sovereign debt management office, and as head of OEBIB, the state entity where the equity participations in strategically important companies are held.
Along with navigating the debt management office during the crisis period, she supported the set-up of EFSF and ESM with technical experience and contributed to working groups at OECD and IMF. She is a member of the ESMA Securities and Markets Stakeholder Group and represents individual shareholders and consumers. Martha holds supervisory and advisory board positions, including at the Austrian Shareholders Association. Martha has a deep interest for ethics and financial market integrity and wrote her PHD thesis on business ethics at the University of Linz, Austria.
Niamh Moloney is chair of the Irish government’s Commission on Taxation and Welfare. Niamh is also Professor of Financial Markets Law and Head of the Law Department at the London School of Economics and Political Science, and a Fellow of the British Academy.
Niamh also serves as an independent non-executive member of the Commission of the Central Bank of Ireland. Niamh specializes in EU financial market regulation and wrote the first monograph on this topic (EU Securities and Financial Markets Regulation, 3rd edition, Oxford University Press, 2014). Her other recent books include The Age of ESMA. Governing EU Financial Markets (Hart Publishing, 2018) and Brexit and Financial Services (Hart Publishing, 2018).
Nuno Fernandes is full professor of Finance at IESE Business School. He is also the chairman of the Board of Auditors of Banco de Portugal, member of Audit Committee of the European Investment Bank (EIB), and consultant to several international companies. Formerly dean of Católica Lisbon, and professor of Finance at IMD (Lausanne, Switzerland). He was also a member of the Advisory Committee for the World Economic Forum, and of the Council of the Portuguese Diaspora.
He is the author of several books, book chapters, and papers in top academic journals, and his work has been distinguished with several teaching and research awards, namely, by the European Central Bank. He speaks at business conferences worldwide, and is a regular contributor to international media. His main areas of research are international financial markets, mergers and acquisitions, banking and corporate governance.
Paulo Câmara is managing partner at Sérvulo & Associados - Sociedade de Advogados Law Firm and guest professor at Faculty of Law of the Catholic University of Lisbon since 2008. He holds a master’s degree by the Faculty of Law, University of Lisbon. He is also coordinator of the Governance Lab, a research group dedicated to corporate governance.
Previously he was director of the International Policy and Regulatory Department and of the Corporate Finance Department of the CMVM. He was a member of the Coordination Committee of the National Council of Financial Supervisors, the European Securities Committee, and the Revision Committee for the Securities Market Code.
Pedro Matos is the academic director of the Richard A. Mayo Center for Asset Management and he holds the John G. Macfarlane Family Chair in Business Administration. He is a professor of Business Administration (Finance) at the University of Virginia Darden School of Business. His research focuses on the growing importance of institutional investors in financial markets worldwide.
His work has been published in top academic journals and in featured specialised press in the area of economics. Pedro Matos is an associate researcher at the European Corporate Governance Institute (ECGI) and he is part of the academic advisory committee of the Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI). His work has received multiple research grants and awards.
Ricardo Reis is the A.W. Phillips professor of Economics at the London School of Economics, after having teached at Princeton and Columbia Universities. Recent honors include the 2021 Yrjö Jahnsson Award, the 2017 Banque de France / Toulouse School of Economics junior prize in monetary economics, finance, and bank supervision for a researcher of any nationality based in Europe, and the 2016 Bernacer prize for best European economist under the age of 40 working in macroeconomics and finance.
Ricardo Reis is an academic consultant at the Bank of England and the Federal Reserve system, he directs the ESRC Centre for Macroeconomics in the UK. He has published widely on macroeconomics. His main areas of research are inflation expectations, unconventional monetary policies and the central bank’s balance sheet, the role of capital misallocation in the European slump and crisis, among others.
Tanguy van de Werve
Tanguy Van de Werve is currently the director general of the European Fund and Asset Management Association (EFAMA). Prior to joining EFAMA, Tanguy was the head of the Brussels office of AFME, the Association of Financial Markets in Europe; director general of Leaseurope (European leasing industry) and Eurofinas (European consumer credit industry).
He also headed the Financial Markets and Banking Supervision Department of the European Banking Federation and held various other roles in the financial services industry. He holds a degree in law from the University of Louvain-la-Neuve (BE) as well as a diploma in Political Sciences & International Relations and a certificate of specialised studies (DES) in Financial Risks Management.
Veerle Colaert holds the chair for financial law at KU Leuven University and is co-director of the KU Leuven Jan Ronse Institute for Company and Financial Law. She leads the Business Law option of the KU Leuven LL.M programme and is responsible member of the law faculty for the interdisciplinary master in Economics, Law and Business. She is a member of the Securities and Markets Stakeholders Group (SMSG) advising the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) since July 2016, and is chairing the SMSG since February 2019.
She was a member of the Sanctions Commission of the Belgian Financial Services and Markets Authority (FSMA) from October 2016 until July 2019. Since August 2019 she is a member of the Belgian Resolution Board. She is also a member of the board of directors of the Belgian branch of the European Association for Banking and Financial Law (AEDBF Belgium) and of the editing board of the leading Belgian review on company and financial law, TRV-RPS.