CREATING A COMMON EUROPEAN CULTURE OF DIGITAL FINANCE SUPERVISION

About EU-SDFA

The EU Supervisory Digital Finance Academy (EU-SDFA) is a TSI flagship initiative aimed at supporting financial supervisory authorities in coping with the risks and opportunities associated to the use of advanced technologies in the financial sector. The European Commission – DG Reform has established the Academy in cooperation with the three European Supervisory Authorities (EBA – ESMA – EIOPA) and the Florence School of Banking and Finance part of the Robert Schuman Centre of the European University Institute (FBF-EUI). The EU-SDFA encompasses comprehensive training cycles and workshops enabling the acquisition of new expertise and skills, knowledge sharing and peer-to-peer exchanges within the financial supervisory community.

National Competent Authorities

37

Member states

26

Supervisors trained

+1000

Training activities

+35

Upcoming courses

MiCAR

Advanced Online training
03 - 24 June 2024

DORA

Advanced Online training
03 - 24 June 2024

MiCAR Supervision

Workshop - Paris
25-26 June 2024

E-book

Digital finance in the EU : drivers, risks, opportunities

This publication features contributions from experts in the field, covering key topics discussed during the first academic year of the EU Supervisory Digital Finance Academy.

Thorsten Beck - Leonardo Giani - Giuseppe Sciascia

EU-SDFA videos

HDIW | Open Banking and Open Finance

HDIW | Credit risk models & the AI act

HDIW | Blockchain

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