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Rome Investment Forum 2017, Financing Long-Term Europe

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Rome Investment Forum 2017, Financing Long-Term Europe

Rome, 15-16 December 2017

The event

The Rome Investment Forum 2017 brings back together representatives of the European and global business and financial communities, regulators, policy makers and civil society. The 2017 – and fourth – edition of the Forum takes place at a turning point for Europe and the world economy. The reasons are many, and relate to a set of different and interacting coordinates: geopolitical, social, institutional, regulatory and economic.

Following the structure of the three previous editions, the conference will start from discussing the state of the art of the EU policy processes, and their next steps. The Forum will enter into the specific content of the Economic and Monetary Union, the prospects for the Eurozone, the implementation of financial reforms such as the Banking Union and the Capital Markets Union, the performance and evolution of the Juncker Investment Plan, and the broader role of investment for enhancing competitiveness and innovation. The final sessions of the forum will provide a general view of the need for a deeper, wider, and wiser integration, within and beyond the European Union, focusing on sustainability, inclusion and resilience. If the EU proves to be able to design and implement such reforms, and national policies and business strategies support and accompany such reform efforts, there is now a unique opportunity that Europe not only will provide more stability, peace and prosperity to its peoples, but will also take its place in a shared global leadership, worthy of its history values and capabilities.

The event will take place in Rome, at Scuderie di Palazzo Altieri, on December 15-16, 2017. It will be held in English and Italian. Simultaneous translation provided.

Past editions

Registration

 

Due to the large number of subscriptions, registrations are now closed. The event will be live broadcast on this website. Thank you!

Draft Agenda

Friday 15th December

9.00 – 9.30
Registration and Welcome Coffee

9.30 – 9.45
Welcome Address
Luigi Abete, Chairman, Italian Banking Insurance and Finance Federation - FeBAF

9.45 – 11.00
THE VISION: TOWARDS A MORE AUTHORITATIVE, COMPETITIVE AND INCLUSIVE EUROPE

Keynote Address
Claudio De Vincenti
, Minister for Territorial Cohesion and the South, Italian Government

Roundtable
José Manuel González Paramo, Executive Board Member, Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria - BBVA
Sylvie Goulard, Former Minister of Defence, French Government
Hung Tran, Executive Managing Director, The Institute of International Finance
Maurizio Sella, Chairman, Banca Sella Group

Chair
Rainer Masera, Dean of the Business School, Guglielmo Marconi University

11.15 – 13.15
ECONOMIC & MONETARY UNION: CONSOLIDATING GROWTH AND FIXING THE EURO

Keynote Addresses
Pier Carlo Padoan, Minister of Economy and Finance, Italian Government
Pierre Gramegna, Minister of Finance, Luxembourg Government
Roberto Gualtieri, Chair of the Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs - ECON, European Parliament
Karl-Peter Schackmann-Fallis, Executive Member of the Board, Deutsche Sparkassen-und Giroverband - DSGV; Head of the German Delegation, Italian-German Dialogue on Financial Services
Giovanni Sabatini, Director General, Italian Banking Association - ABI; Chairman of the Executive Committee, European Banking Federation - EBF

Roundtable
Arnaud de Bresson
, Chief Executive Officer, Paris Europlace
Carlotta De Franceschi
, President, Action Institute
Veronica De Romanis, Economist, LUISS Guido Carli University
Daniel Gros Director, Centre for European Policy Studies - CEPS
Francesco Mazzaferro, Head of the Secretariat, European Systemic Risk Board - ESRB
Mario Nava, Director, Financial system surveillance and crisis management, DG FISMA, European Commission

Chair
Paolo Garonna, Secretary General, Italian Banking, Insurance and Finance Federation - FeBAF

13.15 – 14.15
Lunch

14.15 – 16.00
INVESTMENT FOR GROWTH: CAPITAL MARKETS UNION & JUNCKER PLAN - FINANCIAL REFORMS IN PROGRESS

Keynote Addresses
Vincenzo Boccia, Chairman, Confindustria
Bernard Spitz, President, French Insurance Federation - FFA; President, International & Europe, MEDEF; Head of the French Delegation, French-Italian Dialogue on Financial Services
Maria Bianca Farina, Chairman, Italian National Association of Insurance Companies - ANIA
Gabriel Bernardino, Chairman, European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority - EIOPA
Kerstin Jorna, Deputy Director General, DG ECFIN, European Commission
Mark Garvin, Vice Chairman, Corporate & Investment Bank J.P. Morgan; Head of the British Delegation, Anglo-Italian Dialogue on Financial Services
Helmut Kraemer-Eis, Head of Research & Market Analysis, Chief Economist, European Investment Fund - EIF

Roundtable
Angelo Federico Arcelli, Partner, Oliver Wyman
Sergio Corbello, Chairman, Italian Association of Private Pensions Providers - Assoprevidenza
Giovanni Maggi, Chairman, Italian Pension Funds Association - Assofondipensione
Valeria Ronzitti, Secretary General, European Centre of Employers and Enterprises Providing Public Services – CEEP
Silvia Maria Rovere, Chairman, Italian Association of Real Estate Firms - Assoimmobiliare
Laurent Zylberberg, Director of Institutional, International and European Relations, Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations - CDC

Chair
Franco Bassanini, Chairman, ASTRID Foundation

16.00 – 16.30
Coffee Break

16.30 – 18.00
INVESTMENT FOR INNOVATION, COMPETITIVENESS AND THE QUALITY OF LIFE

Keynote Address
Pier Luigi Gilibert, Chief Executive, European Investment Fund - EIF
Roberto Viola, Director General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology, DG CNECT, European Commission
Elio Catania, Chairman, Confindustria Digitale

Roundtable
Giulia Bertezzolo, Policy Officer, DG FISMA, European Commission
Gianmarco Carnovale, Chairman, Rome Startup
Paolo Cuniberti, Chief Executive Officer and Vice Chairman, H-Farm
Gianluigi Gugliotta, Secretary General, Italian Association of Financial Markets Intermediaries - Assosim
Fabio Ventoruzzo, Director, Reputation Institute Italy

Chair
Pierfrancesco Gaggi, Chairman, ABI Lab

SIGNATURE OF THE MoU BETWEEN THE TUNISIAN AND ITALIAN FINANCIAL COMMUNITIES


Saturday 16th December

9.00 – 9.30
Registration and welcome coffee

9.30 - 11.00
FROM PARTNERSHIPS TO SHARED LEADERSHIP: INTEGRATION IN A WIDER EUROPE AND A MULTIPOLAR WORLD

Keynote Addresses
Goran Svilanovic, Secretary General, Regional Cooperation Council

Roundtable
Louis L. Bono, Chargé d'Affaires, U.S. Embassy to the Holy See
Beatrice Covassi, Head of European Commission Representation in Italy
Tindaro Paganini, Senior Consultant on Trade, Competitiveness and Investment Policies, World Bank
Lutz Raettig, Chairman of the Executive Committee, Frankfurt Main Finance - FMF
Randy Rodgers, Executive Director, Bretton Woods Committee
Jean-Léonard Touadi, University of Rome Tor Vergata; Italian Institute for International Political Studies - ISPI
Nicolas Veron, Senior Fellow at Bruegel and at the Peterson Institute for International Economics in Washington DC

Chair
Carlo Cottarelli, Director of the Italian Public Finance Monitor, Universita’ Cattolica del Sacro Cuore di Milano

11.00 – 12.45
BUILDING THE FUTURE: HUMAN DEVELOPMENT, SUSTAINABILITY AND RESILIENCE

Keynote address
Angelo Borrelli, Head, Civil Protection Department, Italian Government
Francesco Profumo, Chairman, Compagnia di San Paolo
Dario Focarelli, Director General, Italian National Association of Insurance Companies - ANIA

Roundtable
Paola Albrito, Chief Regional Office for Europe, United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction - UNISDR
Paolo Crisafi, Secretary General, Assoimmobiliare
Pier Virgilio Dastoli, President, Italian Council of the European Movement - CIME
Davide Dal Maso, Coordinator of the National Dialogue on Sustainable Finance, UNEP Inquiry
Carlos Ignacio de Montalvo Rebuelta, Partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers Spain
Alberto Maria Gambino, Pro-rector European University of Rome; Chairman, Scienze & Vita Association
Luciano Monti, Scientific Co-director, Bruno Visentini Foundation
Aldo Ravazzi Douvan, Chief Economist, Ministry of Environment – Sogesid T.A., Italy
Edoardo Reviglio, Cassa Depositi e Prestiti - CDP

Chair
Gianfrancesco Rizzuti, Head of Communication, Editor Letteraf, Italian Banking, Insurance and Finance Federation – FeBAF

CONCLUSION

Paolo Garonna, Secretary General, Italian Banking Insurance and Finance Federation - FeBAF

12.45 – 13.00
ROME INVESTMENT FORUM EMPOWERS TALENTS AWARDS

 

*to be confirmed

 

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Conference Venue

The Rome Investment Forum 2017 will take place at Scuderie di Palazzo Altieri, via di Santo Stefano del Cacco,1 – 00186 – Rome.

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Speakers

Luigi Abete
Chairman, Italian Banking Insurance and Finance Federation - FeBAF
Paola Albrito
Chief Regional Office for Europe, United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction - UNISDR
Angelo Federico Arcelli
Partner, Oliver Wyman
Franco Bassanini
Chairman, ASTRID Foundation
Gabriel Bernardino
Chairman, European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority - EIOPA
Giulia Bertezzolo
Policy Officer, DG FISMA, European Commission
Vincenzo Boccia
Chairman, Confindustria
Louis L. Bono
Chargé d'Affaires, U.S. Embassy to the Holy See
Angelo Borrelli
Head, Civil Protection Department, Italian Government
Gianmarco Carnovale
Chairman, Rome Startup
Elio Catania
Chairman, Confindustria Digitale
Sergio Corbello
Chairman, Italian Association of Private Pensions Providers - Assoprevidenza
Carlo Cottarelli
Director of the Italian Public Finance Monitor, Universita’ Cattolica del Sacro Cuore di Milano
Beatrice Covassi
Head, European Commission Representation in Italy
Paolo Cuniberti
Chief Executive Officer and Vice Chairman, H-Farm
Davide Dal Maso
Coordinator of the National Dialogue on Sustainable Finance, UNEP Inquiry
Pier Virgilio Dastoli
President, Italian Coucil of the European Movement - CIME
Arnaud De Bresson
CEO, Paris Europlace
Carlotta De Franceschi
President, Action Institute
Veronica De Romanis
Economist, LUISS Guido Carli
Claudio De Vincenti
Minister for Territorial Cohesion and the South, Italian Government
Maria Bianca Farina
Chairman, Italian National Association of Insurance Companies - ANIA
Dario Focarelli
Director General, Italian National Association of Insurance Companies - ANIA
Pierfrancesco Gaggi
Chairman, ABI Lab
Alberto Maria Gambino
Pro-rector, European University of Rome
Paolo Garonna
Secretary General, Italian Banking, Insurance and Finance Federation – FeBAF
Mark Garvin
Vice Chairman, Corporate & Investment Bank J.P. Morgan; Head of the British Delegation, Anglo-Italian Dialogue on Financial Services
Pier Luigi Gilibert
Chief Executive, European Investment Fund - EIF
José Manuel Gonzàles-Paramo
Executive Board Member, BBVA
Sylvie Goulard
Former Minister of Defence, French Government
Pierre Gramegna
Minister of Finance, Luxembourg Government
Daniel Gros
Director, Centre for European Policy Studies - CEPS
Roberto Gualtieri
Chair of the Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs - ECON, European Parliament
Gianluigi Gugliotta
Secretary General, Secretary General, Italian Association of Financial Markets Intermediaries – Assosim
Kerstin Jorna
Deputy Director General, DG ECFIN, European Commission
Helmut Kraemer-Eis
Head of Research & Market Analysis, Chief Economist, European Investment Fund - EIF
Giovanni Maggi
Chairman, Italian Pension Funds Association – Assofondipensione
Rainer Masera
Dean of the Business School, Guglielmo Marconi University
Francesco Mazzaferro
Head of the Secretariat, European Systemic Risk Board - ESRB
Carlos Ignacio Montalvo Rebuelta
Partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers Spain
Luciano Monti
Scientific Co-director, Bruno Visentini Foundation
Mario Nava
Director, Financial System Surveillance and Crisis Management – DG FISMA, European Commission
Pier Carlo Padoan
Minister of Economy and Finance, Italian Government
Tindaro Paganini
Senior Consultant on Trade, Competitiveness and Investment Policies, World Bank
Francesco Profumo
Chairman, Compagnia di San Paolo
Lutz Raettig
Chairman of the Executive Committee, Frankfurt Main Finance
Edoardo Reviglio
Cassa Depositi e Prestiti
Randy Rodgers
Executive Director, Bretton Woods Committee
Valeria Ronzitti
Secretary General, European Centre of Employers and Enterprises Providing Public Services – CEEP
Silvia Maria Rovere
Chairman, Italian Association of Real Estate Firms - Assoimmobiliare
Giovanni Sabatini
Chairman Executive Committee EBF; Director General ABI
Karl-Peter Schackmann-Fallis
Executive Member of the Board, DSGV; ; Head of the German Delegation, Italian-German Dialogue on Financial Services
Maurizio Sella
Chairman, Banca Sella Group
Bernard Spitz
President, FFA; President International & Europe, MEDEF; Head of the French Delegation, French-Italian Dialogue on Financial Services
Goran Svilanovic
Secretary General, Regional Cooperation Council
Jean-Léonard Touadi
University of Rome Tor Vergata; Italian Institute for International Political Studies - ISPI
Hung Tran
Executive Managing Director, The Institute of International Finance
Fabio Ventoruzzo
Director, Reputation Institute Italy
Nicolas Veron
Senior Fellow at Bruegel and at the Peterson Institute for International Economics in Washington DC
Roberto Viola
Director General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology, European Commission
Laurent Zylberberg
Director of Institutional, International and European Relations, Caisse des Dépôt

Formazione professionale continua

Il Rome Investment Forum 2017 è accreditato presso gli Ordini degli Avvocati e dei Dottori Commercialisti e degli Esperti Contabili di Roma per l’ottenimento di crediti formativi per la formazione professionale continua.

La partecipazione al Forum garantisce 8 crediti formativi ordinari da parte dell’Ordine degli Avvocati (20 posti disponibili) e 1 credito formativo per ogni ora di partecipazione a coloro che saranno presenti per almeno 2 ore per giornata (con un massimo conseguibile di 10 crediti) da parte dell’Ordine dei Dottori Commercialisti e degli Esperti Contabili (40 posti disponibili).

Il convegno è inoltre accreditato da Efpa Italia per 10 ore in modalità A, ai fini del mantenimento della Certificazione EFA (40 posti disponibili).

 Le modalità di registrazione all’evento per l’ottenimento dei crediti formativi sono disponibili sui siti web degli Ordini e di EFPA Italia. 

Rome Investment Forum Empowers Talents 

Per la quarta edizione del Rome Investment Forum, la FeBAF  invita gli studenti a partecipare e riserva un’attenzione particolare alla formazione di laureandi e neo laureati nelle materie oggetto della conferenza, favorendo lo sviluppo di una nuova sensibilità verso le principali sfide che attendono sotto il profilo economico, regolamentare e finanziario l’Unione Europea in una prospettiva di lungo termine. Nasce così il bando di concorso rivolto a coloro che sono in possesso di una laurea – sia essa triennale, magistrale, a ciclo unico o ancora titolo estero equipollente – ottenuta durante l’A.A. 2016 /2017 o in fase di ottenimento – con tesi afferente alle aree del diritto, dell’economia, della finanza, delle scienze politiche o della statistica ed aventi per oggetto le tematiche del Rome Investment Forum, ed in particolare: il futuro dell’Europa, il consolidamento dell’Unione Economica e Monetaria, l’Unione Bancaria e l’Unione dei Mercati dei Capitali, il Piano degli Investimenti Strategici dell’Unione Europea, gli investimenti in innovazione e fintech, lo sviluppo e la finanza sostenibile. Gli elaborati pervenuti entro il 30 novembre saranno valutati da una commissione di 3 esperti del mondo accademico e finanziario. Al miglior lavoro di tesi sarà offerta l’iscrizione all’executive master accreditato ASFOR “Banking and Financial Diploma di ABIFormazione. I migliori lavori successivi (dal secondo al sesto) saranno premiati con le raccolte dei quattro volumi intitolati «Gli scenari del welfare» (editi da Francoangeli) a cura di Forum ANIA Consumatori e di CENSIS; per i lavori dalla settima alla undicesima posizione, saranno messi a disposizione dalla rivista mensile Forbes Italia abbonamenti per l’annualità 2018. L’iniziativa, dal titolo RIFET (Rome Investment Forum Empowers Talents), gode del Patrocinio ADEIMF, Associazione Docenti Economia dei Mercati Finanziari.

Tutte le informazioni per partecipare alle selezioni sono disponibili nel bando.

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