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The Euromoney / ECBC Covered Bond Congress 2018

13 September 2018
Munich, Germany


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Platinum Sponsor

Barclays Services Limited
Credit Agricole CIB
Deutsche Bank
Landesbank Baden-Württemberg
Natwest Markets
Societe Generale
UniCredit Bank AG

Gold Sponsor

Banca IMI
Bayerische Landesbank
BNP Paribas
Credit Foncier
Credit Suisse Securities (Europe) Ltd
Danske Bank
DekaBank -Deutsche Girozentrale
DZ Bank
Fitch Ratings
J.P. Morgan Securities PLC
Lloyds Banking Group
Mayer Brown LLB
Moody's Investors Service UK Limited
Nomura International Plc
Raiffeisen Bank International AG
Standard & Poor's Rating Services
TD Securities
Banco Santander s.a.

Silver Sponsor


Bronze Sponsor

Jyske Bank A/S
Deutsche Pfandbriefbank

Arrival Coffee Break Sponsor


AM Coffee Break Sponsor

Muenchener Hypothekenbank eG

Media Partner

Global Capital

Event Overview

Keynote speakers:
Patrick Artus, Chief Economist, Natixis
Steven Major, Head of Fixed Income Research, HSBC

The Euromoney/ECBC Global Covered Bond Congress returns to Munich on Thursday 13 September 2018.

This is the largest annual meeting of the global covered bond community; in 2017 over 1,080 investors, issuers, regulators and intermediaries attended. They came from 42 countries, which reflects the market’s ongoing growth into new jurisdictions. This event is instrumental in the dialogue between the market and its regulators, in the education of investors and in the debates which shape the future of the market.

In 2018, the market will have to adapt to the proposed European Covered Bond Directive - the first draft of which was published in March this year, as well as the likely withdrawal of the ECB purchase programme.  

In addition to the topics specific to the covered bond market, this event will also cover the wider context, from the geopolitical environment to regulatory changes to alternative forms of bank funding.

The Congress agenda will be available on the website soon.

The Euromoney/ECBC Covered Bond Congress, now in its 16th year, will undoubtedly cement its position as the leading global covered bond conference. The event consists of the pre-Congress Sponsoring Banks’ Party, the main day Congress and the The Cover/GlobalCapital Covered Bond Awards Dinner. It immediately follows the European Covered Bond Council’s Plenary meeting, also in Munich, which takes place on Wednesday 12th September.


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Paul Dudouit

Managing Director, Head Of Capital Markets

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Antonio Farina

Senior Director
S&P Global Ratings

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Friedrich Luithlen

Head of Covered Bonds

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