Since 2014, the Association d’économie financière has published La Lettre de l’AEF [The Letter of the AEF], whose purpose is to give members of the association a tribune. The paper version is reserved for AEF members, but the digital version can be downloaded from this website.
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With this new publication, the AEF hopes, in accordance with its vocation, to stimulate research and encourage discussion about the main concerns of the Paris financial market. Every Lettre de l’AEF makes it possible to quickly and concisely understand an important topic of financial economics. The letter primarily consists of two short articles that make it possible to get to the heart of a question—the editorial written by the leader of an institution belonging to the association and the opinion of an expert on the topic.
In Lettre de l’AEF 4, Bruno Bézard emphasizes the challenges posed by the Capital Markets Union, while Fabrice Demarigny, a lawyer and the author of a report submitted to the Minister of Finance and Public Accounts, discusses the opportunities the Union offers.
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In Lettre de l’AEF 3, the governor of the Bank of France, François Villeroy de Galhau, calls on France to get mobilized for growth and social cohesion, while Philippe Aghion, a Harvard and Collège de France professor, underscores the links between growth and current policy.
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The theme of letter 2 is insurance. Its editorial is signed by Jean-Paul Faugère, president of the board of directors of CNP Assurances, and it’s Denis Kessler, the president and chief executive officer of Scor, who takes up insurance and reinsurance.
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Letter 1, which is devoted to the situation of the European banking system, is made up of an editorial signed by Christian Noyer, the governor of the Bank of France, and an interview with Nicolas Véron, economist at Bruegel and the Peterson Institute.
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