Systemic Risk and Financial Fragility

Date and time: Wednesday 29th March, 9:15am – 12:30pm.

Venue: Technology, Society and Innovation Building, Maynooth University, Room TSI 110.


Maynooth University School of Business and the Irish Academy of Finance are delighted to host a co-sponsored Workshop on ‘Systemic Risk and Financial Fragility’ to stimulate,

share and discuss research on the topic and its implications for financial and non-financial institutions.


Workshop Schedule and Speakers

0915: Welcome: Professor Joseph Coughlan (Head of Maynooth University School of Business)

0930: Dr. Barry Quinn (Queen’s University Belfast) on ‘Modelling Systemic Risk’.

1015: Dr. Thomas O’Connor (Maynooth University) on ‘Does Systemic Risk influence the Dividend policy of non-financial firms?’

1100: Coffee Break

1130: Dr. Peter Dunne (Central Bank of Ireland) on ‘Financial Fragility in Open-ended Mutual Funds’.

1215: Discussion and Concluding Remarks

All are welcome to attend either in person of via Microsoft TEAMS.

If you intend to join us in Maynooth or remotely, please email the local organiser, Dr. Thomas Flavin at indicating your preference.

Participants who wish to join remotely will receive a link via email prior to the Workshop.


This is a free event for all IAF members.


More details are available HERE.

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