IV International Central and Eastern European Investment Conference
CFA Society Ukraine and CFA Institute is pleased to announce IV International Central and Eastern European Investment Conference to be held in Hilton Kyiv, Ukraine on November 6th 2015.
IV CEE Investment Conference is the top investment industry event in Ukraine, organized by the CFA Society Ukraine and supported by the CFA Institute and is held jointly with traditional annual Ukrainian Investment Forum of CFA Society Ukraine. One-day conference will cover four panels with notable speakers and offer the possibility to hear various ideas and opinions on issues of investment opportunities in the period of complicated geopolitical situation. It will feature a unique networking opportunity to make business contacts, strengthen collaborative efforts and launch new projects.
Conference’s speakers include prominent economists, successful investors, government officials and policy makers, who share insights on today’s investment climate issues, examine market trends, uncover new investment opportunities, and deliver practical investment advice
International Central and Eastern European Investment conference is an annual event, which is held every year in different European capitals. It gathers leaders of the largest financial institutions from all over the world, international investment banks and funds, professional consultants and financial market specialists, as well as representatives of the major business mass media to discuss actual topics of investment potential of the CEE region. First CEE Investment Conference took place in Bucharest in April 2012, Second in Moscow in April 2013, Third in Istanbul in November 2014 gathering over 300 influential investment professionals concentrating on the region.
The organization process of the events of the CFA Society Ukraine, including annual Ukrainian Investment Forum and CEE Investment Conference remains free from direct corporate or political influence making it a unique and independent networking environment.
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