On June 25, 2015 IE Center for European Studies organized the seminar “Spain and the European Central Bank” from an historical point of view. This was the second one of a series called “Spain: A key player in the European institutions. 30 years of membership in the European Union? “Sponsored by “Hablamos de Europa” from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation.
Antonio Sainz de Vicuña, KPMG-Spain Adviser for EU affairs and formerGeneral Counsel of the European Central Bank, analyzed the evolution of the relation between Spain and the European Central Bank, since the Treaty of Maastricht until today. Maria Jesus Nieto, from Bank of Spain, answered the questions raised by Antonio Sainz de Vicuña, in the light of the Banking Union.
The brillant presentations of Antonio Sainz de Vicuña and María Jesús Nieto led to a high-level debate with the audience composed of renowned lawyers and economists.