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Leszek Pawłowicz, 
EFC 2024

It is important that global capital flows support democracy, not totalitarianism. So that they do not create the risk of another war. As a rule, private investors focus on the rate of return. It is worth looking at how to complement this perspective so that it was profitable for them to invest in democracy.

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Lech Wałęsa , 
EFC 2024

We are living in times where eras are changing. We need to move to the level of continents. Today, continents matter. We must understand the challenges we face. We must act within the continents. We must unite a quarrelling Europe. There are those who want to build on freedoms, such as the free market. Others say - values first, then economic freedoms. We have taken off the shackles, but we still do not know how to build in the new conditions. We need to establish a list of issues that are global, and we deal with smaller topics at the level of continents. If we don't, we will perish like the civilisations of old.

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Ludwik Kotecki, 
EFC 2024

Factors other than democracy are much more important for capital flows. It is the degree of economic development and geographical distance. Democracy can be exported by promoting economic growth. We have an idea for developing financing based on the fulfilment of democracy objectives - democracy linked bonds and loans. We think there is a need to include the degree of democracy in credit ratings.

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Timothy Snyder , 
EFC 2024

If capital is too concentrated, i.e. too few people have a lot of capital, the rules of democracy can change. Those with capital do not need citizens, they can directly turn to those holding the power. It does not at all mean that having democracy we will automatically have good capitalism and vice versa. Because there is no direct relationship between the two. If we want to have a good democracy we must also build a good market, but this is not automatic. Capitalism will not do the work for us in building democracy. The lesson of democracy is that people have to be taught that consensus is a good way to build agreement. They need to be taught that.

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Andrzej Domański, 
EFC 2024

We are being violently awakened from the vision of the end of history by war, cyber-attacks, hybrid warfare, the crisis at our borders. I think it is time to get rid of naivety. There is a retreat from an integrated world in a period of turboglobalisation.(...) We need to talk about how to ensure a level playing field for European companies, we need to reduce dependence on critical raw materials imported from authoritarian states.

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Jakub Jaworowski, 
EFC 2024

The potential of the banking sector to finance the economy is about 13 per cent of GDP in Poland. Increasing this potential is a great challenge for us as we are facing a green transition. We must place a strong emphasis on increasing the value of companies, because without this it will be impossible to support the state's development goals (...) We want to support the building of Polish champions, and the road to this leads through competent corporate management

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Jacek Jastrzębski, 
EFC 2024

Uncertainty is a buzzword that permeates all discussions about the economy today. Wars, immigration, artificial intelligence are our daily reality. The matrix of risks requires constant additions and updates. Not only do we not know the answers to many questions, we do not even know the questions themselves. It is our absolute duty to know more about the financial market. Understanding allows us to prepare scenarios, including extreme ones. From the point of view of preparing for the uncertain and unexpected, it is important that business models are sound.

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Jan Krzysztof Bielecki, 
EFC 2024

Poland is the last country that cannot close the problem of loans denominated in foreign currencies. We need to find a solution for some settlement and release the billions frozen today in reserves for this purpose. They should work in the economy. It would be important for the Central Bank to join in this solution. This would be an important contribution to the reality of a changing world.

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Dominique Laboureix, 
EFC 2024

We already have a well-functioning second pillar of the banking union and a single bank resolution mechanism. We have a reserve restructuring fund that has already reached its target of 1 per cent of deposits, or €78 billion. This is a fund for all 21 banking union countries. (...) Many banks are cross-border groups and their activities go beyond Europe. Communication and coordination cannot stop at the borders of the banking union. We want to strengthen the integration of national resolution authorities and build a common culture also with authorities outside the banking union. (...) The mechanism for liquidity support, which should come from central banks, is sorely lacking. In the US, this is to be done on the basis of an agreement between the public authorities and the central bank.

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Maciej Szczęsny, 
EFC 2024

We are in favour of the 'under one roof' model of a restructuring fund and a deposit guarantee fund, as in the Bank Guarantee Fund. (...) It seems to me that the bail-in strategy may work, but there may be a problem with its implementation in a liquidity crisis. Therefore, perhaps the solution would be to create separate plans for liquidity crises and for capital erosion

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Helena Viñes Fiestas, 
EFC 2024

We need to build a low-carbon infrastructure. A real revolution is needed in this area.(...) Compliance with the taxonomy correlates to better outcomes in the market, the framework solution looks favourable, but we need to fit many pieces of the puzzle together. The EU Platform on Sustainable Finance is working to make the (taxonomy) criteria useful (...) and we also want to support the efforts of SMEs to finance sustainably.

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Sven Smit, 
EFC 2024

Until there is a completely new availability of energy there will be a risk of inflation. The price of electricity in Europe needs to be 2-3 times lower for industry in Europe to be competitive. Geopolitics is also about supply. If one has a lot of sources of supply, one is in a better position.(...) In 2022, investment in the US was 1.6 times greater than in Europe. If this continues, it will determine Europe's competitiveness

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Timothy Snyder, 
EFC 2023

The reconciliation and recognition of Ukraine in the early 1990s took place because Poland set an example in Europe of respecting the rule of law. Today, both countries have problems with the rule of law, respecting the independence of the courts. If Ukraine wants to join the Union, and we know it does, it must change that. Poland also needs to get back on the path of the rule of law. Especially since it wants to act as a guide for Ukraine on its path to Europe. If this does not change it will create a problem both for Poland and, above all, for Ukraine. (...)We should already be thinking about how we will rebuild a democratic Ukraine after the war, so that it has the right form. You need to look for and train people in the regions, prepare them to take responsibility. (...)

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Joschka Fischer, 
EFC 2023

The war in Ukraine will change the entire continent. That's why we need initiatives like the EFC. Because the war will end someday with a victory for Ukraine. And we need to be prepared for change. It is important that the voice of the financial sector, especially from the new EU countries, is clearly heard throughout Europe. You are the ones who will define the future of Europe. We must keep our promises to EU candidate countries like Ukraine and Moldova. If you had asked me a year ago if Finland would become a member of NATO, I would have said "you are probably drunk." And today it is a reality. We need to be open to new challenges, to the aisle of threats that are already visible on the horizon. That's why this meeting in the beautiful city of Sopot is so important. Think of what would happen to Poland if it were not in the EU today. That's why it's important for your voice to be heard in Brussels, and I'm sure that's what's happening.

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Verena Ross, 
EFC 2023

The growth of digital finance and greater investor interest in sustainable investing are areas where much needs to be done. Demand for investment products is growing, and investors are vulnerable to greenwashing. Investors need to have transparent information on the performance of sustainability indicators. (...) We need to help market participants to deal with this very complex environment created by the ESG rules. We will organize a single European access point with information on companies across the Union so that investors can make better decisions. Smaller and medium-sized companies will have better access to the capital market thanks to new regulations.

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Timothy Snyder, 
EFC 2023

Russia invaded Ukraine, including from Belarus. This war will affect the situation in Belarus. We know that there are a lot of people who want freedom and democracy in Belarus. We know that Lukashenko is being held hostage by Putin. If Ukraine wins decisively, I think he won't be able to stay in power for long. Geopolitics after the war will be Polish-Ukrainian-Belarusian. (...) The Soviet tradition must be broken categorically and there must be independent courts in both countries.

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Charles Goodhart, 
EFC 2023

The effect of demographic change is that we have several alternatives (...) One alternative is to reduce pensions or care for the elderly. The second is to increase taxes, the third is to admit insolvency by raising inflation (...) If we increase taxes on income and capital then we discourage investment (...) Increasing consumption taxes would reduce the real real income of those working (...) What can we do? The first alternative is a carbon tax.(...) Another form of taxation we can turn to is a land tax. Land ownership is one of the privileges of those who are rich, and they will resist it vigorously. However, if we want to move in the right direction we should move toward a land tax

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Jacek Jastrzębski, 
EFC 2022

The Polish financial system passed the test of operational capacity very well after the pandemic broke out, and moreover it supported government programs. The pandemic was an opportunity to jump into digitalization.Now it is showing its operational capacity by opening up to refugees from Ukraine.

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Oldřich Dědek, 
EFC 2022

Central banks have had two different approaches to inflation. The European Central Bank, which has kept rates "below zero," has acted differently, and banks in countries such as the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland, where interest rates have risen sharply, have acted differently. I'm not sure that such an aggressive response to inflation was appropriate.

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Giovanni Callegari, 
EFC 2022

In a high inflation environment, the first thing is to protect the most vulnerable. It's about two areas of this protection, the protection of those who have less ability to absorb the shock and of those who have less income. This will bring social benefits, but also economic benefits, because in this way we protect consumption.

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Magdalena Rzeczkowska, 
EFC 2022

The Finance Ministry is aware that increasing public spending may delay the descent of inflation to more acceptable levels, which is why we intend to take a very cautious approach to new spending here. (...) I hope that non-standard spending - to help refugees, to help fight high prices - will decrease in the next few years, which will allow us to go below the 50% of GDP ratio with public debt, which will be one of the better results in the EU.

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Roman Sulzhyk, 
EFC 2022

We want to build a Ukraine that is capable of succeeding and entering the European Union. For this, we need adherence to European values and the support of European institutions. It is very important to build decentralized, independent institutions in Ukraine. This process will take decades, but the European lesson must be implemented today.

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Volodymyr Lytvyn, 
EFC 2022

It is worth developing a system of incentives for the private sector to want to join in the reconstruction of Ukraine. If we create good regulations for the operation of private companies and give them support in the form of capital aid, they will certainly take an active part in the reconstruction of Ukraine devastated by the war.

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Alain Pilloux, 
EFC 2022

Ukraine has tremendous economic potential and was heading in the right direction before the war, but there was still a lot of work to be done in the area of governance of the country and countering such negative phenomena as corruption, among others. Rebuilding Ukraine cannot be just about financing, it should be a combination of finance and reform.

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Petro Poroszenko, 
EFC 2022

We are now ready to continue the reforms begun before the war. Ukrainians managed to quickly reorganize local government. Today this part of government is showing its effectiveness. The banking sector has been restructured, so that even in a war-torn country, banks are operating uninterruptedly, and are a vital support for companies and people. We have shown the world that we are united and democratic. (...)Ukraine needs a reconstruction plan coordinated by a single player. I would prefer this coordinator to be the European Commission

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Erik Berglof, 
EFC 2022

The plan for the reconstruction of Ukraine must be worked out by Ukraine, this is crucial. This will be the most interesting reconstruction project. We can unite the European Union in the project. The signal of candidate state status is essential.

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Joschka Fischer, 
EFC 2022

It is necessary to talk about security. If security gets to the top of our discussions, it will open the door to the European Union for Ukraine. (...)I would advise creating a kind of "club of friends of Ukraine", as soon as possible, necessarily with the US and international financial institutions.

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Mairead McGuinness, 
EFC 2022

As the European Union, we can best respond to the geopolitical crisis from a position of our own strength. We need to build our economic resilience, which can be supported by financial services. We can do more in many areas to strengthen our economy and our financial system.

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Paweł Borys, 
EFC 2022

The current situation in the economy is not a short-term phenomenon. We are talking about at least a decade of turmoil. If Europe does not change its economic strategy during this decade, it will lose its leadership position in the world economy. We are approaching the end of the era of globalization. We are moving into the era of regionalization - Europe, China, India and the US are the leaders.

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Dan Breznitz, 
EFC 2021

Innovation is a crucial tool in building social inclusion, as it creates the potential for the entire community to develop the economy, not just the inventors and patent holders.

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Magdalena Dziewguć, 
EFC 2021

In the digital space it’s possible for Poland to be amongst the top 10 tech markets.

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Jarosław Mikos, 
EFC 2021

COVID triggered a massive cash to card migration, while our merchants began intensively looking for new terminals and quickly adapting to contact-less solutions.

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Dan Breznitz, 
EFC 2021

Decision-makers often tell me that they want to have a high number of patents and start-ups, as a way of developing the economy but when I ask them why they think it is a good strategy, they usually have no answer.

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Tomasz Czechowicz, 
EFC 2021

In 2017 there were five unicorns in Eastern Europe, now there are 31 – this shows our potential in terms of digital innovation.

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Magdalena Dziewguć, 
EFC 2021

The biggest discovery with COVID was that the users are ready for the digital interphases. Not only in finance, but in all other areas of life.

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Michael Kent, 
EFC 2021

Managing people and teams through the pandemic was a challenge which stimulated the growth of great tech talents.

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Dan Breznitz, 
EFC 2021

My book was dedicated to affect the decision-making process of local leaders, be it business or administration, because it is on this level that real innovation takes place and has the potential to strengthen the entire community.

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Arek Wylegalski, 
EFC 2021

We’re observing that incumbents do very well at the early start-up stage of development, they circumvent carriers and go straight to the insurers.

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Karol Niewiadomski, 
EFC 2021

I think we’re observing revolution in the area where previously was saw evolution – in terms of what’s happening in fintechs

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Robert Sokołowski, 
EFC 2021

With COVID we saw an enormous trend of insurers moving to the digital, shifting from thousands of agents to clients acquiring policies on their own, from the comfort of their homes.

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Vazil Hudák, 
EFC 2017

Poland is the key country of Central Europe. Without prosperity of Poland, the region will not prosper. It is both an opportunity and a kind of responsibility of Poland to the region.

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Francesco Mazzaferro, 
EFC 2017

If the authorities have to intervene every ten years to support the financial sector the public opinion will not accept it and the democracy will be at risk.

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Lucrezia Reichlin, 
EFC 2017

Inflation is getting closer to the target but wages are surprisingly low even though employment has been growing. That is something we do not quite understand. So there is a certain amount of uncertainty about how sustainable the inflation is.

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Joschka Fischer, 
EFC 2017

Solidarity in the political world means that we stand together and help each other. If things get serious, if there is a common threat, we also fight for the security of each other. (…) It would be extremely irresponsible if we let the European Union break up. I see no alternative to the Union. But we have to properly respond to the needs of citizens.

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Joschka Fischer, 
EFC 2016

We should continue to be interested in a good relationship with Russia but it cannot be based on illusions. International boundaries should not be redrawn by force. Why is the existence of the European Union a problem for Russia’s political ambitions? It is because the European Union is founded on values. (…) In what shape will the European Union be in ten years? Will it still exist? Of course, it will. Why? Because Europeans will understand that it is in their common interest. Surviving a number of crises does not make us weaker. On the contrary, it makes us stronger.

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Mark Mobius, 
EFC 2016

Regulations imposing restrictions on financial markets will not ensure stability. The markets will find a way around them anyway. What we have to strive for is better transparency of the markets. If we fail, this could possibly lead to another crisis. The world of finance lacks transparency so much that even investors have little understanding of today’s sophisticated investment instruments.

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Klaus Regling, 
EFC 2016

There are two areas where more progress is necessary for proper allocation of risk. Both concern the possibility to absorb economic shocks in the European Union. These shocks can be absorbed either by the markets, which requires better integration of financial markets, for example by way of establishing the banking union and the capital markets union, or through fiscal channels.

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Yves Mersch, 
EFC 2016

It will be essential for both investors and banks to have certainty on the overall level of capital requirements and the application of the new resolution framework. In this respect, consistent implementation of the minimum requirement for own funds and eligible liabilities across the EU and implementation of total loss absorbing capacity in the common EU framework will both be of great importance.

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Jan Krzysztof Bielecki, 
EFC 2016

The policy of inviting immigrants to Europe was not a demonstration of solidarity, but rather a classic instance of violating Europe's external borders and weakening control of those borders. How can we talk about Europe if we cannot talk about European borders? (…) Unfortunately there is another threat, even more dangerous, which is the idea of ever-closer Union. This is a recipe for disaster. Most Europeans do not support this idea.

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Marek Belka, 
EFC 2015

One way of dealing with the threats stemming from the financial system is to raise capital requirements – for everyone, and especially for institutions that are systemically important. Having capital requirements which are too low is certainly partly the fault of those responsible for supervision. That mistake is slowly being corrected. (...) But it’s not only the amount of capital that counts, it’s also quality, perhaps above all quality. Various types of hybrid capital are like an airbag which always works except when there’s an accident. When losses are big, it turns out the capital doesn’t provide effective coverage.

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Nicolas Veron, 
EFC 2015

Bank financing is quite good for catch-up growth. Start-up innovators need developed capital markets, they need funding that does not come only from the banking channel. Capital Markets Union’s agenda should find a right balance to serve these different needs.(…) Now you see a lot of lobbying by banks who say: We do not want competition from other channels of financing the real economy.

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Jacek Rostowski, 
EFC 2015

The fact that ECB’s active monetary policy was effective in bringing the European economy out of stagnation does not mean that it will be equally effective in future crises. (...) The next step in rendering the euro area more efficient should be the establishment of mechanisms of common fiscal policy and not merely avoidance of excessively lax policy by individual countries, but also creation of common policy that would be expansive in troubled times and restrictive in good times.

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Joschka Fischer, 
EFC 2014

Geopolitics is back. We have to reduce our energy dependency on Russian gas and oil. We have to create a common European energy union. It would be the most powerful answer from the strategic point of view.

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Yves Mersch, 
EFC 2014

If we speak about Europe, there is also a national responsibility. We have to implement structural reforms at the national level. The macro-economic imbalances should be pursued much tougher than it has been done so far by the European Commission.

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Danuta Hübner, 
EFC 2014

The Single Supervisory Mechanism and the Single Resolution Mechanism are sufficiently attractive for the noneuro EU member states and early entry into the Banking Union will be beneficial for the non-euro member states like Poland.

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Jacek Rostowski, 
EFC 2014

We seem to be coming out of that period of greatest recession in Europe.One of the things that are important is to have the self-discipline to rein back some of the investment projects (...) not piling on more and more.

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Dato’ Seri Ahmad Husni Hanadzlah, 
EFC 2014

The key pillar of our financial stability policy is development of robust market infrastructure for effective liquidity and credit allocation while promoting greater diversification of risks.

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Boris Vujčić, 
EFC 2013

Introduction of two different regimes of supervision and ban resolution, one for the banks operating in the euro area and the other for banks operating outside the euro area, may tilt the playing field in favour of the banks in the euro area.

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Werner Hoyer, 
EFC 2013

Private investors are finding it increasingly difficult to engage in long-term and large-scale projects. This is due to the risk profile of these projects. The "Polish Investments" programme has been launched to tackle such problems.

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Janusz Lewandowski, 
EFC 2013

What we do in Brussels is sometimes regarded as excessive regulation of the economy. After what has happened since 2008, I do not think that we can still believe in self-regulation. Regulations must be in part imposed from the top.

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Joaquin Almunia, 
EFC 2012

The capital holders should contribute adequately to the cost of rescue or restructuring to limit the aid and the cost to taxpayer.

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Paul H. Dembinski, 
EFC 2012

One of the errors that has been made was the financial promise that in the long term we can live on returns on capital that are higher than the average rate of growth.

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Jörg Asmussen, 
EFC 2012

We need fiscal consolidation. Fiscal consolidation is not an end in itself. While fiscal consolidation is a precondition of growth, it itself is not sufficient. The debate is not austerity vs growth. It is about austerity and growth. We need both.

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Charles Goodhart, 
EFC 2011

The problem with Europe is that it is not just government debt, it is the intertwining of government and financial, banking and insurance companies, debt that actually causes the problem. And then it is the problem that it is not just the banks of the country [...] it is banks in other countries that are linked, notably including the European Central Bank itself. The Maastricht criteria were strictly faulty. They focused far too much on public sector debt, which in many cases [...] was not the problem [...], the problem was private sector debt, particularly banking debt, and the bubble within the private sector [...], and the current account deficit.

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Erik Berglof, 
EFC 2011

Policy makers did not really try to address the underlying causes. Instead, they sort of reacted to what the market had done and step by step put in more money, and it became a very unfortunate game for tax payers.

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Valdis Dombrovskis , 
EFC Online 2020

Money should flow easily to where it is needed. The EU (…) gives banks the right resources and flexibility to channel funds effectively to businesses and households. (…) Both green and digital transitions will be important elements in our economic recovery.

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Paweł Borys , 
EFC Online 2020

We protect the development potential of companies, we try to calibrate the amount of aid (...) The debt crisis in the corporate sector may result in numerous bankruptcies. The state will have to take over part of the corporate sector debt. There is no other way.

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Teresa Czerwińska , 
EFC Online 2020

The biggest challenge at the moment is the future after the crisis. (…) Significant funds are planned to make up for the distance lost during the pandemic.(...) The EC’s priorities are still relevant - Green Deal, digitisation and new technologies will be financed.

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Jean Lemierre , 
EFC Online 2020

Monetary policy is not designed for banks – banks have to adapt. (…) Adapting means having a business model which is compatible with diversified activities, to have a business model which is based more on commission than interest rates and to have a business model which is cost-effective.

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Rhian-Mari Thomas , 
EFC Online 2020

Environmentally-driven stimuli are likely to be more effective at creating jobs and aiding economic recovery than traditional measures.

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Jiří Rusnok , 
EFC Online 2020

I believe central banks will have to be even more open-minded, creative, flexible and visionary than before. (…) Central banks should in the short-run treat inflation not as public enemy number one, but as a basic economic-adjustment mechanism.

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Anna Breman , 
EFC Online 2020

Climate change can trigger a new crisis, just as severe as the corona pandemic. Climate change is a threat to financial stability, but it is also a threat to price stability. (…) Central banks have an important role to play in fighting climate change.

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Mihály Patai, 
EFC Online 2020

We have relaunched a bond-purchasing program for corporates. Corporates can issue corporate bonds (…) if they get a B+ rating, the Central Bank of Hungary will buy up to 70% of the bonds which are issued by Hungarian companies.

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Paul De Grauwe , 
EFC Online 2020

Central banks can do much more than just care about stability of prices and financial stability. The ECB should actually finance budget deficits directly by monetary financing.

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Daniel Gros , 
EFC Online 2020

The federal at the European level cannot take over the essential functions of the government, but (…) if a member country is hit by a major shock, the Union as a whole is willing to help (…) It’s no longer everybody for himself and refusal to help the others. We are seeing a beginning of a practical financial solidarity.

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Bricklin Dwyer , 
EFC Online 2020

There is an open question as to the efficacy of direct payments versus loan guarantees in creating and sustaining a sharper recovery. The post-COVID debt overhang can obstruct recovery and limit countries’ growth prospects.

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Valdis Dombrovskis, 
EFC Online 2020

Money should flow easily to where it is needed. The EU (…) gives banks the right resources and flexibility to channel funds effectively to businesses and households. (…) Both green and digital transitions will be important elements in our economic recovery.

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Paweł Borys, 
EFC Online 2020

We protect the development potential of companies, we try to calibrate the amount of aid (...) The debt crisis in the corporate sector may result in numerous bankruptcies. The state will have to take over part of the corporate sector debt. There is no other way.

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Teresa Czerwińska, 
EFC Online 2020

The biggest challenge at the moment is the future after the crisis. (…) Significant funds are planned to make up for the distance lost during the pandemic.(...) The EC’s priorities are still relevant - Green Deal, digitisation and new technologies will be financed.

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Jean Lemierre, 
EFC Online 2020

Monetary policy is not designed for banks – banks have to adapt. (…) Adapting means having a business model which is compatible with diversified activities, to have a business model which is based more on commission than interest rates and to have a business model which is cost-effective.

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Jiří Rusnok, 
EFC Online 2020

I believe central banks will have to be even more open-minded, creative, flexible and visionary than before. (…) Central banks should in the short-run treat inflation not as public enemy number one, but as a basic economic-adjustment mechanism.

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Anna Breman, 
EFC Online 2020

Climate change can trigger a new crisis, just as severe as the corona pandemic. Climate change is a threat to financial stability, but it is also a threat to price stability. (…) Central banks have an important role to play in fighting climate change.

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Paul De Grauwe, 
EFC Online 2020

Central banks can do much more than just care about stability of prices and financial stability. The ECB should actually finance budget deficits directly by monetary financing.

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Daniel Gros, 
EFC Online 2020

The federal at the European level cannot take over the essential functions of the government, but (…) if a member country is hit by a major shock, the Union as a whole is willing to help (…) It’s no longer everybody for himself and refusal to help the others. We are seeing a beginning of a practical financial solidarity.

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