Ms Joanne Kellermann is a Member of the SRB since its inception in 2015. As Director of Resolution Planning and Decisions she is responsible for the banks under the direct remit of the SRB in 6 EU Member States and for 2 GSIBs as well as for a number of resolution teams involved in resolution planning.
Before joining the SRB, she was an Executive Director of the Netherlands Central Bank (DNB), responsible for supervision. After a Master’s degree in Civil Law, she started her career as a lawyer in the Netherlands’ largest law firm, NautaDutilh. Having become a partner, she specialized in banking regulation and cross-border financial transactions and then headed the firm’s financial practice in London. After that she worked for DNB, initially as General Counsel. In 2007 she became a member of the Governing Board of DNB and was actively involved in all major crisis interventions in the Netherlands' financial sector. Among other things, she chaired the Financial Expertise Centre, the body coordinating the fight against fraud and financial crime in the Netherlands, and was a member of the Board of Supervisors of EIOPA. She is currently a non-executive director of the University of Utrecht and of the Van Gogh Museum.
DLA Piper, in cooperation with Egmont, the Royal Institute for International Relations, is hosting a pre-Single Resolution Board Conference event "Lessons Learned from the banking crisis: fit for the future?"
During the evening a distinguished panel, including SRB Board Member Joanne Kellermann, will discuss the current challenges and possible solutions for financial stability in Europe. Prior to this high level panel discussion, a technical workshop for professionals involved in bank resolution and recovery planning will be hosted by different DLA Piper Partners at the Egmont Palace in the afternoon. If you are interested in joining this workshop prior to the panel event, please register above. This is an invitation-only event.