Freddy Van den Spiegel

Profile

Freddy Van den Spiegel is Adjunct Professor at Vlerick Business School. He built an extensive career in the financial sector. He was amongst others member of the board of directors of The Brussels Stock Exchange, Managing Director of Fortis Investments and Chief Economist at BNP Parisbas Fortis. He obtained important roles in several European Institutions related to the financial sector, for example as president of the consultative panel of the ‘Committee of European Banking Supervisors’, as member of the ‘Inter Institutional Monitoring Group’, as president of the regulatory committee of the ‘European Financial Services Round Table’ and as president of the ‘Global Banking Committee’ of the European Bank Federation.

 

Job Title : Adjunct Professor

Management Domain
Financial Services Management
Accounting & Finance

Teaching in
MBA in Financial Services and Insurance

Expert in
Financial Markets
Financial Institutions
Regulation

Publications

Research reports

  • Dupire M. Van den Spiegel F.  2016. Vlerick Policy Paper Series. The performance of large EU banks in the wake of the financial crisis. Vlerick Business School. (27 p.)

  • Van den Spiegel F.  2015. Quantitative easing for the Eurozone: origin, impact and unintended consequences. Vlerick Business School. (17 p.)

  • Dupire M. Van den Spiegel F. Villaseca Palomeque K.  2015. Policy Paper 4: Regulating Long Term Finance in the European Union: Challenges and Opportunities. Vlerick Centre for Financial Services (CFSI). (22 p.)

  • Van den Spiegel F. Dupire M.  2015. Policy Paper 2: "Macro-prudential policy in the European Union: an experiment in unknown territory". Vlerick Centre for Financial Services (CFSI). (36 p.)

  • Van den Spiegel F.  2015. Policy Paper 3: "Quantitative easing for the Eurozone: origin, impact and unintended consequences". Vlerick Centre for Financial Services (CFSI). (17 p.)

  • Van den Spiegel F.  2014. Towards the single supervisory mechanism for banks: getting prepared. Vlerick Centre for Financial Services (CFSI). (5 p.)