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CEE 2019: When will CEE bonds turn green?

01 February 2019
Euromoney Conferences

With notable exceptions such as Poland and Lietuvos Energija the CEE region has lagged behind the $400bn green bond market. Is this a lack of investor demand? Or not enough need for funding? How will this change as the EU moves towards hard incentives to encourage the green bond market?


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05 March 2019 | Euromoney Conferences

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CEE 2019 Debate: This house believes: trade wars will kill economic growth in the CEE

05 March 2019 | Euromoney Conferences

An Oxford Union style debate on whether the region’s heavy reliance on cross-border trade makes it uniquely vulnerable to the new global order for trade? Or whether the region’s inherent strengths can weather the storm. To propose of the motion: Marcus Svedberg, Investment Strategist, Fourth Swedish National Pension Fund. To oppose of the motion: Bill Blain, Strategist, Shard Capital.