The CMVM hosts conference "From Investor Protection to Market Promotion - 20 Years. The Securities Code" on 31 May
22 May 2019
The CMVM hosts its annual conference in the month when it celebrates its 28 years of existence and takes the opportunity to mark 20 years of the current Securities Code.
The meeting under the theme "From Investor Protection to Market Promotion - 20 Years. The Securities Code" will be held on 31 May at the Thalia Theatre in Lisbon, from 08h30 to 18h00.
This will be an opportunity for an enriching debate on the role of regulation and supervision in the development of a modern financial system and that is able to respond to the technological and organisational demands of the advanced economies and to the needs of their companies and families.
The initiative will feature a panel of speakers whose in-depth experience and knowledge will provide a valuable reflection on market promotion and financing of the economy; the power and control in 21st century enterprises; the protection and accountability of the investor; and the challenges of regulating and supervising the capital markets.
Among them are Pedro Siza Vieira, Deputy Minister and Minister of Economy of Portugal, Niamh Moloney, Management Board Member of the Central Bank of Ireland and Head of the Department of Law at the London School of Economics and Political Science, Gabriela Figueiredo Dias, Chair of the CMVM Management Board, Karel Lannoo, CEO of the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS), Jean-Paul Servais, Chair of the Financial Services and Markets Authority (FSMA).
The CMVM is committed to taking an active part in reflecting on market development as a financing alternative available to families and companies. This year, the CMVM commenced a process that will lead to a proposal for the revision of the Securities Code in order to better adapt Portugal to current and future challenges, and firmly believing that national and international competitiveness is also achieved on a regulatory level.
Participation in the conference is subject to paid registration. Its revenue will fully revert to a social responsibility initiative. The full programme may be consulted on the conference page