2016 will be the 21st instalment of this popular annual event that brings together the elite of the region to set the financial agenda for the CEE economies for the year ahead.
Despite, or perhaps because of the extensive number of external factors affecting the region at the start of 2015 this year’s conference was well attended and particularly interesting. It gathered over 1100 delegates from over 45 different countries worldwide. The 2016 event promises to be even bigger.
Keynote speeches, editorially driven panel discussions, sponsored workshops and country specific roundtables make up the format for this day and a half of discussion and networking. Policymakers and corporate leaders take this opportunity to meet with investors from inside and outside the region - there is no better occasion to meet everyone in one place. With all the major players coming together this really is a date for your diary.
The 2016 agenda will be available here soon; in the meantime do visit the Central and Eastern European Forum 2015 post event page and join the conversation on Twitter #emCEE.
"The Euromoney Central and Eastern European Forum is an opportune gathering for central European policy makers to meet and share insights as well as discuss key issues that can potentially affect the region for the year ahead."
Michael Cirami, Co-Director of Global Income, Portfolio Manager, Eaton Vance
“The best conference on CEE macroeconomics and corporate finance. Impressive list of speakers, interesting and productive discussions, a lot of new contacts.”
Pavel Ilichev, Head of Capital Markets, Financial Institutions, Risk Management and Investor Relations, Russian Railways
"The Euromoney conference is a regular event at the start of a new year where key decision makers from governments and business can discuss the main trends and developments expected to happen during the year"
Vazil Hudak, State Secretary, Ministry of Finance, Government of the Slovak Republic
“A great opportunity to discuss recent developments in public finance with debt managers around the region”
Cavit Dagdas, Acting Undersecretary of Treasury, Government of Turkey