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The Euro Capital Markets Conference 2020

04 March 2020
Berlin, Germany

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Co-Host

LOGO - GlobalCapital - 1st Tier - DO NOT USE

Co-Sponsor

LOGO - DZ Bank - 1st Tier - DO NOT USE
LOGO - KFW - 1st Tier - DO NOT USE
LOGO - Standard Chartered - 1st Tier - DO NOT USE

Associate Sponsor

LOGO - Helaba - 2nd Tier - DO NOT USE
Norddeutsche Landesbank Girozentrale

Event Overview

Confirmed Keynote Speaker:

Jörg Kukies, State Secretary, Federal Ministry of Finance, Government of Germany

On 4 March 2020, GlobalCapital will host the inaugural Euro Capital Markets Conference in Berlin. 

Government officials, industry bodies and associations, regulators, financial, public sector and corporate issuers, investors, and representatives from the sponsoring banks will all take to the stage to debate and discuss topics of vital importance to the future of the euro area fixed income markets.

As Europe’s traditional financial hub leaves the European Union, the fixed income market needs to understand the implications for regulation, the balance of power at Commission, and the competitive landscape between financial centres. At the same time, this conference will consider the new agenda for Europe, in particular the attempts to finish the job over Capital Markets Union and to fully integrate Europe’s climate agenda into the financial markets – a simple and popular idea, beset with practical problems that need to be addressed.  

The new regulatory agenda cannot be seen in isolation from the realities of a prolonged negative interest rate environment. Events as disparate as the repo market spike, growing income inequality and benchmark reform can all be linked to monetary policy – will the Lagarde era at the ECB take a new direction? Or will the legacy of Draghi continue to be felt for years to come?

The structural implications of monetary policy for the fixed income market will in turn create commercial implications for the banking sector – will we see the much anticipated wave of banking M&A? 

Please join us in Berlin in March to debate these important topics and many more through a series of high-level keynote interviews, debates, focus sessions and panel discussions.


For speaking enquiries, please contact Sara Leech, Head of Programming - sleech@euromoneyplc.com

For sponsorship enquiries, please contact Andrew Walmsley, Head of Sales, Euromoney Conferences - andrew.walmsley@euromoneyplc.com ; +442077798043

Speakers

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Keynote Speaker

Jörg Kukies

State Secretary
Federal Ministry of Finance, Germany

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Pablo de Ramon-Laca

Deputy Director General and Head of Funding and Debt Management
Spanish Treasury, Ministry of Economy and Business, Spain

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