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Nicolas Véron


Areas of Expertise

  • Accounting and Auditing
  • Banking
  • Capital Markets
  • Europe
  • Financial Regulation

Languages Spoken

  • French
  • German
  • Spanish

News Release

Nicolas Veron

Katainen to Seek Chinese Investment in Europe's Flagship Fund
September 23, 2015

New York Times
French Economists Protest Hollande's Nomination of Central Bank Chief
September 15, 2015

Financial Times Video
Greek Banks — What Next?
Video | July 8, 2015
Nicolas Véron discusses whether Greece will remain part of the euro area or not and what either possibility will mean for Greek banks.

NPR's All Things Considered
Confidence in Cyprus Banks Falters as Government Proposes Deposit Tax
Audio with transcript | March 18, 2013
Nicolas Véron discusses how the bailout plan for Cyprus risks eroding people's confidence in the European banking system.

NPR's All Things Considered
EU Votes to Have a Single Regulator for Its Banks
Audio with transcript | December 13, 2012
Nicolas Véron tells NPR the move to a single regulator for banks in the European Union is truly a significant and transformational step. Simon Johnson adds that for the first time in nearly a hundred years, regulators, not politicians, will have the most influence on the banks.

'Dire Consequences' If Greece Exits Euro
Audio with transcript | May 17, 2012
Simon Johnson tells NPR's John Ydstie that the bank run in Greece paired with Greece's inability to form a government could force a disorderly exit from the euro before the next elections in June. Nicolas Véron then explains why he is more optimistic that a Greek exit from the euro area can be prevented.

Véron Says Merkel, Sarkozy Added to Euro Bond Confusion
Video | August 17, 2011
Nicolas Véron discusses the prospects for a common euro area bond following the meeting between German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Nicolas Sarkozy.