Emerging Funding

Newsroom 09/05/2014 | 15:54

Aiming to bring together the stakeholders of the real economy’s funding value chain, the forthcoming event “Emerging Funding for the Real Economy” offers everybody a platform and a chance to speak out: concerns,debates, plans, regulations, case studies, to dos etc.

Organized by The Associates, the event will take place on May 13, 2014 at the Athenee Palace Hilton Hotel.

The event partners are Raiffeisen Bank, Erste Asset Management, KPMG Romania, CMS Cameron McKenna and Peria Capital. The supporting organizations are CEEMEA Business Group, AmCham, CEO Clubs, CFA Romania, AAF, APAPR and BNI.

In the context of a heavily bank-dependent funding of Romania’s economic sectors, with a view to the growing side effects of global and regional deleveraging, Romanian entrepreneurs and SMEs are living dangerously on a day-to-day edge. What can be done to ignite their innovative spirit?

Among the speakers you may find: Bogdan Olteanu, Deputy Governor, National Bank of Romania; Diana Popescu, General Deputy Director, Ministry of Finance of Romania; Daniela Nemoianu, Excutive Partner, KPMG Romania; Dan Bucsa, CEE Economist, Unicredit Bank London; Jim Turnbull, Senior Advisor, Local Currency and Capital Markets, EBRD; Cristina Reichmann, Head of Capital Markets, CMS Cameron McKenna; Cristian Sporis, Vice President, Corporate Banking, Raiffeisen Bank; Raluca Tintou, CEO, ING Pensii; Dragos Neacsu, CEO, Erste Asset Management; Irina Anghel-Enescu, Managing Director, South Eastern European Private Equity and Venture Capital Association; Dan Farcasanu, Investment Director, Resource Partners; Mihai Sfintescu, Partner, 3TS Capital Partners; Claudiu Corcodel, Managing Director, Mezzanine Management Romania; Perry Zizzi, Partner, Clifford Chance Badea; Matei Paun, Partner, BAC Romania.

The event will address topics such as: Alternative solutions for the real economy funding, Making both ends meet: how low can one go with fees and commissions to make non-banking funding viable, How “fast and furious” can a primary offering be, Rethinking companies’ capital structure, Are pension funds ready to be the steward of improved corporate governance for Romanian public companies? Supporting change process and structural reforms, Private equity focus. A new day’s dawn for private equity – is it different now? Challenges in the acquisition of privately-held businesses, Factors that influenced venture capital investment activity in Romania

The event partners are Raiffeisen Bank, Erste Asset Management, KPMG Romania, CMS Cameron McKenna and Peria Capital. The supporting organizations are CEEMEA Business Group, AmCham, CEO Clubs, CFA Romania, AAF, APAPR and BNI.

For more information on the event agenda and speakers, you may visit the event website.

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