The Hungarian Economic Association (www.mkt.hu/en/
) is organising a V4+Romania Investor Seminar
. The event would take place on 28 March, 2019 in Budapest
– in the auditorium of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (9 Szechenyi Istvan square, Budapest distr. 5).
The registration would start at 9:00 and the seminar would start at 9:45. Following the welcome speeches Professor Sergei Guriev (Chief Economist, EBRD) will deliver his keynote presentation on the global-EM-CEE economic situation and challenges.
At 11.00 a.m. the keynote would then be followed by the panel of state secretaries to be moderated by Mr. Dan Bucsa (Chief CEE Economist, UniCredit, London). The participants of the panel will be the followings:
Czech Republic: Mr. Jan Klesla (Advisor to Deputy Minister, Ministry of Finance);
Hungary: Mr. Gabor Gion (State Secretary, Ministry of Finance);
Poland: Mr. Leszek Skiba (Undersecretary of State, Ministry of Finance);
Romania: Ms. Diana Popescu (General Deputy Director, Treasury and Public Debt, Ministry of Finance);
Slovakia: Ms. Dana Meager (State Secretary, Ministry of Finance)
After the lunch break, at 1:30 pm the panel of deputy governors of the central banks would take place. The panel would be moderated by Mr. Pasquale Diana (Chief CEE Economist Morgan Stanley, London).
The participants will be the followings:
Czech Republic: Mr. Jakub Mateju (Advisor to the Board, Czech National Bank)
Hungary: Mr. Marton Nagy (Deputy Governor, National Bank of Hungary);
Poland: Ms. Anna Trzecinska (Deputy Governor, National Bank of Poland);
Romania: Mr. Liviu Voinea (Deputy Governor, National Bank of Romania );
Slovakia: Mr. Ludovit Odor (Deputy Governor, National Bank of Slovakia)
The panellists would take questions also from the floor (via apps).
The event will be open for the media and will be streamed.
Participation will be free, but strictly subject to prior registration due to limited capacity. Anyone interested in the event should send an email to the following address: email@example.com.
Due to limited capacity places will be allocated in the order of registration.
Detailed schedule of the event (pdf)