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CEE Covered Bond Briefing 2020

15 January 2020
Vienna, Austria

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LOGO - Erste - 1st Tier - DO NOT USE
LOGO - Moody's - 1st Tier - DO NOT USE

Supporting Organisations

LOGO - EBRD - 1st Tier - DO NOT USE
LOGO - ECBC - 1st Tier - DO NOT USE

Co-Host

LOGO - GlobalCapital - 1st Tier - DO NOT USE

Event Overview

There has recently been a rapid increase in the development of covered bonds in many countries in central and eastern Europe. Previously this cornerstone of the western European mortgage market has been under developed in most of the countries in the region. Drivers of this rapid growth include the need for CEE banks to reduce their reliance on foreign parental funding, the development of local currency capital markets, the inadequacy of deposit funding to match the growth in mortgage origination and, crucially, the introduction of a covered bond directive.

The agenda for the 2020 instalment of the CEE Covered Bond Briefing took a practical approach to the key topics in this area for prospective issuers and jurisdictions including the realities of establishing a programme from scratch, the market appetite for CEE covered bonds and the resultant term and cost of funds that issuers can expect to achieve and the rapid growth in demand for green and sustainable covered bonds and whether this can open up new lines of funding for CEE borrowers.

The event brought together key stakeholders in the CEE covered bond market, including senior issuers, investors, policymakers and intermediaries and provided a platform for interactive debate and discussion around the development of covered bonds across the region.

Euromoney and GlobalCapital Events would like to thank our sponsors, Erste Group and Moody's Investors Service, as well as supporting organisations, the EBRD and the ECBC for making the event possible. We look forward to reconvening next year.

For sponsorship opportunities for the January 2021 Briefing, please contact Jeremy Crowther: jeremy.crowther@euromoneyplc.com  or tel: +44 (0) 20 7779 8829

For speaking opportunities, please contact Emma Summers: esummers@euromoneyplc.com or tel: +44 (0)20 7779 8397

 

 

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Keynote Speaker

Ruth Beddows

Managing Director
GlobalCapital

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Keynote Speaker

Luca Bertalot

Secretary General
European Mortgage Federation - European Covered Bond Council (EMF-ECBC)

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Andrej Hronec

Head of Treasury and Asset Liability Management
VUB

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Katarzyna Kapeller

Head of HO ALM
Raiffeisen Bank International

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Richard Kemmish

Senior Adviser
GlobalCapital Conferences

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Richard Kosecky

Head of Treasury
Slovenska sporitelna, a.s.

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Andre Kuusvek

Director of LC2
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development

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Nicoleta Ruxandescu

Manager
Alpha Bank Romania

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Michael Santer

Head of Treasury
Volksbank Wien AG

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Richard Segal

Senior Investment Analyst
Manulife Investment Management

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Pavol Truchan

Head Of Treasury
Tatra banka

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Patrick Widmayer

Vice President, Senior Credit Officer
Moody’s Investors Service

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Agnieszka Zdziennicka


PKO Bank Hipoteczny SA

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