About the conference

The Financial Safety Net Conference in Stockholm May 18-20, 2015 will gather leading academics, policymakers and practitioners for discussions on how to move towards global best practice in resolution planning and crisis management.

The conference is dedicated to some of the most topical issues in current financial policy debate.

  • How should we handle future financial crises?
  • How will the new and upcoming reforms in the crisis management area work?
  • What implications will these reforms have on financial markets and the broader economy?

The event has two sections:
May 18-19 (noon): Scientific conference 
May 19-20: Main conference, see programme

The scientific conference will follow standard academic format with presentations of academic research papers and invited discussants. This part of the conference is intended mainly for participants who wish to discuss and learn more about the latest academic research on financial crisis management.

Registration for the FSCN requires an invitation. If you are interested in attending, please read more about participating.

The conference is organised by the Swedish National Debt Office (Bank Support Authority), the Ministry of Finance, the Riksbank (Central Bank), Finansinspektionen (Financial Supervisory Authority) in collaboration with the Institute for Financial Research (SIFR).