05 May 2022, 09:00 - 17:00

Banking and financial regulation under the effect of customer protection rules

Given the evolution of the notion of customer, banking and financial law must find a balance between market regulation and the protection of individuals, in particular senior customers, affected by the digitalisation of the banking sector.

In the aftermath of the legislation on the protection of the financial client, new perspectives are emerging, in particular with regard to sustainable finance and the protection of financial clients through collective actions, and lead to questions about the Capital Markets Union project and its implications in private law.

To answer these questions and to highlight the importance of these new regulations for the protection of the financial client, the AEDBF Europe and the AEDBF Luxembourg are organising an international colloquium on the subject on Thursday 5 May 2022 in Luxembourg.


The full programme is available online.

A cocktail will close the conference, another opportunity to meet members of the AEDBF.


Organiser: Association Européenne pour le Droit Bancaire et Financier (AEDBF)

The AEDBF is a European association of professionals specialising in the legal aspects of banking, finance and securities. It brings together bank and corporate lawyers, attorneys, judges, academics, civil servants and economists.




Salle de conférence de la Banque et Caisse d’Épargne de l’État

Bâtiment 19 Liberté, 19, Avenue de la Liberté, L-2954 Luxembourg

This event will be audio and video recorded in order to be broadcasted live on the Internet so that as many people as possible can attend.