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Social dialogue and recession in the banking sector

Social dialogue and recession in the banking sector, 22 - 23 November 2010, Rome, Italy

Venue:  Associazione Bancaria Italiana (ABI), (Palazzo Altieri) Piazza del Gesù, 49 - 00186, Rome

 

DRAFT Programme


DAY 1 - DAY 2

Monday 22 November 2010

08.30 Registration and coffee

09.00 Welcome address
Giancarlo Durante, ABI, Italian Banking Association Chairman, BCESA/EBF
Stavroula Demetriades, Head of Unit, Industrial Relations and Workplace Developments, European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions (Eurofound)

09.30 First Thematic Session: challenges faced by the banking sector

Chair: Giancarlo Ferrara, Head of Social Affairs, ABI and Member of Banking Committee for European Social Affairs/European Banking Federation (BCESA/EBF)

  • Introduction: Aims and objectives of the 2010 seminar, outline of the financial crisis [slides, .pdf, 1.5mb]
    Stavroula Demetriades, Head of Unit, Industrial Relations and Workplace Developments, Eurofound
  • The European picture of the banking sector challenges and opportunities
    Volker Telljohann, Senior Researcher, Istituto Ricerche Economiche e Sociali (IRES) Emilia Romagna
  • Financial services, challenges and prospects [slides, .pdf, 1.4mb]
    Kurt Vogler-Ludwig, Economix Research and Consulting

Discussion
 
 
10.45 Coffee

11.15 First Thematic Session: challenges faced by the banking sector (cont.)

Chair: Jean-Paul Tricart, Head of social dialogue unit (DG EMPL)

Panel Discussion

  • Stefano Scarpetta, Deputy Director, Directorate for Employment, labour and Social Affairs, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) [slides, .pdf, 555kb]
  • Marcella Luchetta, Robert Schumann Centre for Advanced Studies, European University Institute
  • Gianni De Nicolo, Senior Economist at the Research Department of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) [slides, .pdf, 215kb] [paper, .pdf, 1.4mb]

12.30 First Thematic Session: challenges faced by the banking sector (cont.)

Chair: Bill Roche, Head of Industrial Relations, University College Dublin, Ireland

Is the Chinese banking sector driving/supporting the global economy?
- Toshiaki Sakatsume, Principal Economist, European Bank for Reconstruction [slides, pdf, 244kb]
- Shuming Zhao, Dean, School of Business, Nanjing University, P.R. China [slides, pdf, 636kb]

Company examples:

  • The Industrial and Commercial Bank of China
  • China Merchants Bank
  • The Bank of Nanjing

Discussion

13.45 Lunch

15.00 Second Thematic Session: national challenges and answers in the banking sector

Chair: Kieran Mulvey, Labour Relations Commission, Department of Enterprise, Trade and Innovation, Ireland

Discussion

16.00 Coffee

16.30 Second Thematic Session: national challenges and answers in the banking sector (cont.)

Discussion

17.30 End of day one

19.00 Dinner


Tuesday 23 November 2010

09.00 Registration and coffee

09.15 Third Thematic Session: social dialogue in the banking sector

Chair: Dorota Dlouchy, European Commission

- Social dialogue in the banking sector in selected EU member states
Volker Telljohann, IRES Emilia Romagna [slides, .pdf, 75kb]

Panel Discussion

  • Representatives of the European Sectoral Social Dialogue Committee
  • Giancarlo Ferrara, European Banking Federation (EBF) [slides, .pdf, 56kb]
  • Hervé Guider, European Association of Co-Operative Banks (EACB)
  • Oliver Roethig, Uni Europa Finance

10.45 National experiences (cont)

Kieran Mulvey, Labour Relations Commission, Department of Enterprise, Trade and Innovation, Ireland [slides, .pdf, 236kb]
Mario Ongaro, Coordinatore Dipartimento Internazionale FISAC/CGIL, Italy [abstract, .pdf, 25kb]

Discussion

11.30 Coffee

11.45 Social dialogue in the banking sector around the world – Company experiences

Chair: Marco Cilento, European Trade Union Confederation ETUC,

Japan - Prof. Holger Bungsche [slides, .pdf, 680kb]

Company examples:

  • Mitsubishi Tokyo UFJ Bank
  • Mitsui Sumitomo Bank
  • Mizuho Bank
  • 2 or three prefectural banks

Brazil - Hélio Zylberstajn, University of São Paulo, Brazil [slides, .pdf, 1.18mb]

Company examples:

  • Itau Bank
  • Brazil Bank
  • BTG Pactual Bank

Discussion

13.15 Lunch

14.30 Social dialogue in the banking sector around the world – Company experiences (cont.)

USA - Arthur Wheaton, School of Industrial and Labour Relations, Cornell University [slides, .pdf, 109kb]

Company examples:

  • Bank of America
  • JPMorgan Chase Company
  • Citigroup Inc.
  • United States Federal Reserve Bank
  • Goldman Sachs

Discussion

15.30 Presentation

Russell D. Lansbury, Emeritus Professor Discipline of Work and Organisational Studies, Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Sydney [slides, .pdf, 63kb]

16.00 Conclusion

Isabella Biletta, Research Manager, Industrial Relations and Workplace Developments Unit, Eurofound

16.30 End of seminar

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