ILF Symposium - Legal nature of a digital euro – between or beyond cash and scriptural money

in collaboration with Deutsche Bundesbank

16 January 2023
Campus Westend, Casino Building

Programm
 

Welcome and Introduction

Dr. Hendrik Haag, Member of the Board, Institute for Law and Finance

Speech 1

“Banknotes – a central bank liability?“
Torsten Schäfer, Principal Legal Counsel, Deutsche Bundesbank

Speech 2

"Legal nature of a digital euro and the role of intermediaries”
Christopher Hunt, Legal Counsel, Deutsche Bundesbank
Katharina Muscheler, Senior Legal Counsel, Deutsche Bundesbank

Torsten Schäfer, LL.M., studied law at the universities of Marburg and Stockholm. He has worked for the European Central Bank and the European Commission and is currently working as a principal legal counsel in the institutional law division of Deutsche Bundesbank, focusing on monetary law as well as on banknote and coin issues.

Katharina Muscheler, Maître en droit, studied law at the universities of Munich and Paris. She is currently working as a senior legal counsel in the financial law division of Deutsche Bundesbank and has contributed to the commentary "Europäische Währungsunion" edited by Helmut Siekmann.

Christopher Hunt, studied law at the universities of Jena and Paris, specialising in public law. He is currently working as a legal counsel in the financial law division of Deutsche Bundesbank with a focus on securities and digitalisation.

Date
Tuesday, 16 January 2023

Time
12:30-14:00 CET

Place
Goethe-University
Campus Westend
Casino Building
Renate-von-Metzler-Saal (1st Floor)

Theodor-W.-Adorno-Platz 2

D-60323 Frankfurt am Main

Germany

Tel.: +49 69 798 33753

EMail: rahimzian@ilf.uni-frankfurt.de