The Global Borrowers & Investors Forum 2014
Tue 24 - Wed 25 Jun 2014 - Hilton on Park Lane, London
Euromoney's Global Borrowers & Investors Forum 2013 took place against a background of bond market turmoil caused by the Federal Reserve's May signalling of a phase-out of asset purchases. Over 800 borrowers, investors and intermediaries gathered to discuss just what that meant for their world. That uncertainty was magnified by the wider debate taking place over central banking. With keynote speeches and interviews from Benoît Cœuré from the ECB, David Miles from the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee and Mario I. Blejer from Banco Hipotecario Argentina, it was an event not to be missed.
In June 2013, the majority of Forum participants expected to see more bailouts in the coming year. Will they be proved right? What will the landscape for debt capital markets look like by the time of the 2014 Forum as players seek to untangle the wider effects of central bank purchase unwinds? The next Global Borrowers & Investors Forum will take place on 24 and 25 June. Don't miss the annual event where the debt markets meet every June.
'Euromoney Global Borrowers & Investors Forum is one of the few conferences where we accept invitations to participate as panel speakers. The ability to discuss industry wide topics and stimulate further debate is a key selling point. Put a marker in your diary for 2014.'
Sanjay Sofat, Head of Senior Funding, Capital Markets Issuance, Lloyds Bank
'Euromoney’s Global Borrowers and Investors Forum is clearly the place to be to get the latest innovative thinking on what is happening in this space. High calibre speakers and a large engaged group of participants lead to lively discussions that I would not want to miss.'
Luc Everaert, Division Chief, Euro Area Policies, International Monetary Fund
'Euromoney's Global Borrowers and Investors Forum is one of the events where new ideas in the financial industry are born.'
Romke van der Weerdt, Head of Capital Planning and Strategy, ING Group
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