The international scientific conference Money, Banking and Finance was held in Palermo, Italy, on December 14-16. The contribution made in cooperation with Dan Stavárek - on the efficiency of banks in Central and Eastern Europe, was presented by Iveta Palečková. More information about the conference can be found here http://2017.mbf-rome.it/
New research papers written by Tom Heryan, Jana Šimáková and Markéta Šeligová have been published in a December issue of a journal Acta Universitatis Agriculturae et Silviculturae Mendelianae Brunensis. This journal is listed in SCOPUS, the international scientific database. https://acta.mendelu.cz/65/6/
In the current issue 2/2017 of the journal Financial Assets and Investing "The Level of Integration of Bancassurance Products of Financial Groups Erste Group Bank, UniCredit Group and KBC Group in Selected Countries" was published paper by Lenka Přečková and Eva Vávrová. The journal is in category ERIH PLUS. This paper will evaluate the current state of cooperation between banks and insurance companies as well as internal integration of bancassurance products in financial groups Erste Group Bank, UniCredit Group and KBC Group. For more information, including the full version of this article downloads are available on pages of the journal: http://fai.econ.muni.cz/.
Lenka Přečková participates on the 8th Internation Scientific Conference on 16.11.-17.11.2017 in Bucharest. The Faculty of International Business and Economics of the Bucharest University of Economic Studies is held the conference. She presents contribution the topic of How Does Bancassurance Work in Financial Practice Within the Financial Group Société Générale Group in Selected Countries? in session "Finance and Banking in the European Union". More information: http://www.rei.cercetare.ase.ro/FoE_Conference/index.html
Jana Janoušková and Šárka Sobotovičová participated in an international conference on Fiscal Decentralization and Effectiveness of Regional and Local Authorities in the EU on 10 November 2017. The conference was organized by the College of Regional Development in cooperation with the European Movement in the Czech Republic. The panel discussion with representatives from the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of the Interior of the CR or representatives of the CRIF-Czech Credit Bureau was very impressive.