The current crisis in the eurozone began as a banking crisis, which then enveloped various sovereign states. Now, sovereign debt is the most problematic of all banking assets, making the resolution of both crises particularly difficult.
This discussion will chart the crisis through its many stages and suggest possible solutions to a very intractable problem.
This event is brought to you courtesy of The Institute of Bankers School of Professional Finance
||The Institute of Bankers School of Professional Finance
||26/07/2012 - 26/07/2012
||1 North Wall Quay
||+353 (0)1 611 6500
Details of this free breakfast briefing are as follows:
- Date: Thursday, July 26th 2012
- Speaker: Prof Brian O'Kelly
- Time: 8am-8:45am (registration from 7:30am)
- Venue: 1 North Wall Quay
A light breakfast will be provided.
To register for this free event, please call 01 611 6500 or e-mail email@example.com
Prof Brian O' Kelly
Brian O' Kelly is adjunct Professor of Finance at Dublin City University and Programme Director of its MSc in Investment, Treasury and Banking. He has engineering and MBA degrees from UCD, and MSc in Investment and Treasury and PhD degrees from DCU. His PhD thesis was on the valuation of Collateralised Debt Obligations (CDO).
Brian has worked in the financial markets for over twenty years. His early experience was in commodity hedging with ESB, followed by a period as a a full-time Finance Lecturer at DCU. In 1999, he joined the risk management function at AIB Capital Markets where he worked on credit portfolio management and securitisation modelling. He moved to the corporate banking function in 2006 where he focused on ABS, portfolio tranche and margin lending activities.
In 2007, Brian left AIB Capital Markets and co-founded QED Equity, an IFSC-based private equity firm focusing on opportunities in banking and insurance. He consults widely to IFSC banks and central banks (national and international)
Brian has been a speaker at numerous conferences and has written many articles for financial journals.