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Regional Conference on the Investment Plan for Europe - Investing in Transport

European Commissioner for Transport, Ms Violeta Bulc, is inviting high level representatives involved in the planning and financing of transport infrastructure at both national and EU level, as well as numerous project promoters and stakeholders from the financial sector in Central and South East Europe, to a Regional Conference on the Investment Plan for Europe - Investing in Transport in Ljubljana on 21 and 22 April 2016.

The Investment Plan for Europe provides powerful tools for facilitating the mobilization of public and private financing for infrastructure projects. In order to further raise awareness and to promote the financing opportunities available for the transport sector under the Plan, the European Commission is organizing this Regional Conference which will also pave the way to the forthcoming Investors' conference, the first to be organized within the framework of the TEN-T Days, in Rotterdam, in June 2016.

The event on the 21 April will focus on the cooperation between the Union and the Western Balkans focusing on the challenges and opportunities for transport project financing.

The second day of the Conference on 22 April will be dedicated to presenting the European Investment Fund, the technical assistance tools such as the European Advisory Hub and present successful of examples of project finance.

The Member States, the procuring authorities and project promoters will have an opportunity to discuss their key projects with the representatives of the banks and the financial institutions during the bilateral meetings on 22 April.

 

On 22 April interpretation will be provided from English to Slovenian

 

Registration:

http://regionalinvestmentconference.eu/21_22/

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Steering Committee seminar 27 March 2014: comparing national long-term investment finance-valuation systems France-Germany

Minutes of the meeting (PDF)

2nd edition of the bpifrance Inno Generation 24h event

 

Bpifrance Inno Generation will gather thousands of entrepreneurs from all regions of France and all sectors of industry to help find growth tools and development partners.

24 hours non-stop to better understand the new challenges faced every day in your industry, day-to-day business, and trading.

24 to step back, reflect together and meet.

 

AccorHotels Arena

8, boulevard de Bercy

75012 Paris

 

Register free of charge at: http://bpifrance-inno-generation2.evenium.com/pro/fiche/quest.jsp;jsessionid=qr!3U2neFlKWko1XDjRsPDZl.gl1?pg=inscription&sreg_Role__DEFAULT_=2055

Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/events/454061898132264/

 

 

Franco Hu with hands up voting in beijing for LTIC front page

LTIC Steering Committee (SC) meeting at the China Development Bank headquarters in Beijing later followed by the D20 conference

Long-Term Investment in Europe -Steering Committee seminar 28 May 2014 'forecasting, recovery and financing tools of Long-Term Investment at Community level': The seminar was reserved to members of the long-term Steering Committee. Guest speakers present included Olivier Lavoine, Finance Director, RTE, Jean-Paul Nicolai, Head of Department, Economy & Finance, General Commission for Strategy and Forecasting, France, Alvaro Pereira, National studies branch director, The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and Didier Schmitt, Bureau of European Policy Advisors (BEPA), European Commission.

Claude Fischer of Confrontations Europe made opening remarks and Didier Schmitt of the European Commission opened discussion explaining that Commission services are ready to work together on unprecedented internal revisions for boosting investment. According to him the current problem is that the Commission is embarking on sectoral prospection where it should be integrated. Further discussion ensued together with contributions from all guest speakers and Alvaro Pereira concluded financial fragmentation needs to be solved and the OECD is looking into this.

 

 

Global Infrastructure Investors Summit -GIIS 2016 07 June 2016 London Stock Exchange

 

LTIIA members are entitled to 20% discount.

If you are an institutional investor and interested in attending GIIS 2016 please contact LTIIA to receive your complimentary pass

For further information about the event and sponsorship opportunities please contact Anna Timoshenko at:

 

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Tel:  +44 20 7352 4356 

http://globalinfrasummit.com

 

 

The September 2014 Milan forum 'Relaunching growth in the current EU economic and regulatory environment' was organised by Eurofi in association with the Italian EU Presidency. Aiming to encourage open discussion between public decision-makers and leaders of the financial industry on the main ongoing finance sector reforms, this forum was open to a target audience from the latter groups.

Debates mostly centred on the priorities of the new European Commission and European Parliament in the different sectors of financial regulation and the role the finance sector may play in fostering growth in Europe. The G20's implementation progress made in keeping their commitments and ensuring consistent regulation at the global level was key to the programme.

Invitation (PDF)

High-Level Conference 'Europe as an Investment Destination' in the Charlemagne building, Brussels

Hosted by the European Political Strategy Centre (EPSC) the European Commission's in-house think tank reporting directly to President Juncker

Download programme (PDF)

 

The European Commission uploaded all presentations given during the High-Level Conference "Europe as an Investment Destination" on the dedicated conference webpage: http://ec.europa.eu/epsc/events/detail/2016-04-06-europe-as-an-investment-destination_en.htm

There are some quite interesting EFSI presentations included. 

The 'Combining resilience and growth' seminar organized by Eurofi in association with the Greek EU Presidency was open to a target audience of public and industry representatives of public and industry representatives from the authorities and financial industries faced with the finance sector's challenges of objectives for growth and financial stability in aiming for an effective European Banking Union.

On this occasion many key regulatory topics and projects on the agenda of the European Commission were discussed in the global context. More specifically, a session was also organized on the priorities of the new European Commission for the finance sector, and the ELTI Secretary-General Mr. Dominique de Crayencour contributed to the discussion.

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