22 September 2022 @ Vienna, Austria
Euromoney and the European Covered Bond Council (ECBC) are delighted to bring you the annual Covered Bond Congress, which will take place in-person once again in 2022, after two years of meeting virtually.
The twentieth annual Euromoney/ECBC Covered Bond Congress will take place in Vienna on Thursday 22nd September 2022. The Congress will bring together the international covered bond market, gathering more than 1,100 issuers, investors, intermediaries and policymakers for a full day of networking, deal-making and high-level discussion on the key trends and drivers of the international covered bond market.
We look forward to bringing the global covered bond community back together - we can’t wait to see you all in Vienna next September! Further information will be available soon.
About The Euromoney/ECBC Covered Bond Congress
Connect with key international industry figures from over 40 jurisdictions each year
Gain valuable insights from influential expert speakers from global and local institutions
This event has brought issuers, investors and intermediaries to set the agenda for 20 years
SPONSORING BANKS PARTY
Pre-conference drinks reception hosted by the sponsors of the Covered Bond Congress
The Euromoney/ECBC Covered Bond Congress will be built by our editorial and conference production team which will bring global panels built out of prominent and influential speakers.
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.
➤ Impact of ECB actions on the market
➤ Directive implementation
➤ Implications of EU funding
➤ Green and sustainable covered bonds
➤ Credit risks: residential and commercial real estate; sovereign credit and more
➤ Globalisation of covered bonds and new jurisdictions
We very much look forward to welcoming you to this year’s conference, enabling you to join discussions, be part of the debate and reunite with industry peers.