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Baron, Trias and Tamames explain the Banking Union project for European universities students

Baron, Trias and Tamames explain the Banking Union project for European universities students

Enrique Baron, President of the European Parliament (1989–1992) and the honory professor Jean Monnet Ramón Tamames, will explain with other experts the European Banking Union project to university students, thanks to an initiative of Carlos Trias, raporteur of the Banking Union opinion within the European Economic and Social Committee.
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Carlos Trias, the rapporteur of the Banking Union opinion within the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) has organized an act, entitled "Beyond the Banking Union", on the 18th of November, in the European Commission Representation office in Spain, in order to develop a video that it can then be used as an educational tool for universities or economic institutions in the Europe and LatinAmerica.

The event will be supported by professors of the Autonomous University of Madrid (UAM). Amongst its objectives are show the citizen, student, consumers, savers, or worker the roadmap towards a deep and authentic Europe, highlighting the essential steps we should address (budgetary policies, taxation, etc. .) , and the effects of the union in each of these areas.

It is also  design to disseminate the contents of the opinion of the Economic and Social Committee (EESC) relating to economic governance, in particular in relation to the economic and monetary policies. 

The  event will be held on Monday 18th of November in Madrid (Spain), between 12.30 and 14.30. Professors interested in having video can now apply directly to Carlos Trias, Director of the Spanish Consumer and User Organization ASGECO, or also to ibercampus: administracion@ibercampus.info

The agenda of the event will be the following:


12.30: Intorduction by Francisco Fonseca Morillo, Head of European Commission Representation in Spain

12.40: Conference - European Union: Conditions for success for an incomplete project
speaker:
Enrique Baron Crespo, former President of the European Parliament and the Jean Monnet UCLM.

13.00: A roadmap for a better economic governance in the European Union: presentation of the main EESC opinions on this subject .
Carlos Trias Pintó, member of EESC, advisor representing the CCU (Spanish Consumers and Users Conuncil ) and rapporteur of the Banking Union EESC opinion

13.15 : Roundtable:  Necessary steps to complete the economic governance of the Economic and Monetary Union (EMU)
Elena Flores, Director, Policy Strategy and Coordination, Directorate General for Economic and Financial Affairs, European Commission.
Audra Plepyté Jara, Lithuanian Ambassador in Spain

Moderator:
Gustavo Matias Clavero,International Economic Structures Profrssor at the  Autonomous University of Madrid (UAM).

13.45 : The European Parliament´s role as guarantor of the rights of citizenship in the adoption of the new policies of the European Union ( in particular in the economic and monetary )
Vicent Ramon Garces, Member of the European Parlaiment

14.00: Closing
Francisco Fonseca Morillo, Head of European Commission Representation in Spain
Tamames Ramon, Professor of Economic Structure of the UAM, Jean Monnet Professor and member of the Royal Academy of Moral and Political Sciences

For registration please send an e-mail to:
Raquel.ruiz@ec.europa.eu

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