The Central and Eastern European Forum 2018

The Euromoney Central and Eastern European Forum is the premier must-attend event for the CEE  region and will return to Vienna on 16-17 January 2018.

“The Euromoney CEE Forum in Vienna has really become the single most important event for finance professionals in the region. The quality of speakers is excellent and the ability to catch up with a large number of people makes attending the conference an imperative.”
Nikolaus Bethlen, Partner, Mid Europa Partners

Now in its 23rd year the Forum is a well established and well liked annual date in people’s calendars at the start of the year to help set the financial agenda for the year ahead. It regularly gathers over 1,100 delegates and speakers ranging from key government officials - including finance and economy ministers and central bank governors - to investors, business leaders, heads of financial institutions and key commentators, to discuss the future of the region. In the current global economic environment, it is more important now than ever for the public and private sectors to meet and engage in debate around the big questions for the region. A valuable event for each and every attendee the Central and Eastern European Forum is a must see for anyone with an interest in Central and Eastern Europe.

The 2018 agenda will be available here soon. In the meantime please view the final 2017 agenda here.

“The CEE forum is an established venue for global investors, opinion makers, and government representatives and sets a benchmark for global, regional and country specific investment themes that is hard to match.”
Gregorio Saichin, Global Head of Emerging Markets Fixed Income, Allianz Global Investors

“I returned to the Forum after couple of years break and I found the event even more appealing than before. Quite unique mix of investment and commercial banking people.”
Petr Koblic, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Prague Stock Exchange

“CEE Forum succeeded in tackling the hottest economic issues in the region by a diverse choice of speakers. At the same time the excellent level of attendance offered unparalleled networking opportunities.”
Dimitar Bogov, Governor, National Bank of the Republic of Macedonia

“Most efficient way to meet all the key actors in CEE finance.”
Aidan Corcoran, Head of EMEA Macro and Asset Allocation, KKR

“This year’s CEE Forum brought a very diverse set of participants and gave me a lot of chances to verify quite a few of my beliefs about the future of CEE economies.”
Ryszard Kokoszczynski, Member of the Management Board, Narodowy Bank Polski

“This year's CEE forum had an especially interesting and comprehensive programme helping to understand the complexity of the current financial world, but even apart from that it was also a great event for networking with finance professionals and cooperation banks.”
Janis Irbe, Treasury Director, Latvenergo