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  • Miriam G. Wolf
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ECB's chief economist Peter Praet at Frankfurt School

(lifePR) (Frankfurt am Main, ) Which role does the European Central Bank play in the financial crisis? How can the ECB contribute to the rescue of the Euro? How much support can European banks expect from the ECB? In the last months, the European Central Bank was a constant topic in the media. On 11 June 2013, Frankfurt School welcomes Peter Praet, Ph. D., member of the Executive Board of the European Central Bank. He will share his thoughts on current events in the financial world and the role of the ECB. The topic of Peter Praet's talk will be announced shortly before the event.

FS Dialogue with Peter Praet, member of the Executive Board of the European Central Bank
Tuesday, 11 June 2013, 6:30 pm
Frankfurt School of Finance & Management
Sonnemannstrasse 9 -11, 60314 Frankfurt am Main

After the talk there will be a discussion and a reception with snacks. The talk is in English and the participation at the event is free.

Please register to attend this event: international journalists register with Elisa Antz by e-mail ( or by telephone (on +49 69/154 008-566).

Please note: due to the schedule conflict of this event, FS Reporters' Roundtable won't take place in June. On July 9 and every second Tuesday of the month this event will going on as usual.

About Peter Praet

Since June 2011, Peter Praet is a member of the Executive Board of the European Central Bank. From 2002 to 2011, he was member of the Board of the Banking, Finance and Insurance Commission and Executive Director of the Nationale Bank van België/Banque Nationale de Belgique. Before his career in the financial world, Peter Praet was Professor of economics at Université libre de Bruxelles, where he also acquired his Master's diploma (1972) and his Ph.D. (1980).