24 May 2022 to 25 May 2022 @ Vienna, Austria
The Central and Eastern European Forum is well-established as the most important gathering for financial market participants interested in the CEE region.
For over 25 years, it has brought together issuers, investors, intermediaries, and policymakers from CEE and beyond to network, gain valuable insights, and help set the agenda for the year ahead.
The crisis in Ukraine brings home to us that the personal and humanitarian are always more important than the issues and questions that we discuss at our conferences. We also recognise that these events have far reaching implications for many of us day-to-day and therefore the need for us to come together and talk is perhaps even greater now than ever before.
Whilst we continue to focus on the humanitarian toll of this war, we must also consider how to finance the rebuilding of Ukraine, and more immediately the refugee crisis that is unfolding in many countries in the region. In the longer term we need to consider the wider economic effects of the conflict on all of the people of central and eastern Europe.
With the need for constructive discussion and debate and the importance of peaceful dialogue at the forefront of our minds, The Central and Eastern Europe Forum 2022 will go ahead in Vienna on 24 -25 May.
The thoughts of all of us at Euromoney Conferences are with our panellists, delegates and friends in Ukraine. We pray for their safety and join with the entire international community in our hope for the speediest possible return to peace and a spirit of reconciliation and dialogue.
The Central & Eastern European Forum themes will be built by our editorial and conference production team which will bring global panels built out of prominent and influential speakers including; regional Finance Ministers, Central Bank Governors, CEE banking leads and sustainability experts in the CEE region.
Delegates will hear and learn from key regional players as the Forum sets the agenda for ‘the year ahead’. This is a must attend event for delegates from the region or have an interest in the region.
➤ Understanding the lasting implications of Covid in CEE
➤ Funding the state: is a new approach needed?
➤ Fixed income: global investors' take on the region
➤ Covered bonds in CEE: a market update
➤ What next for the CEE banking sector?
➤ The development of sustainable finance in CEE
➤ Monetary policy: rethinking the role of central banks
➤ How should central banks respond to fiscal stimuli?