15th EURO FINANCE WEEK Frankfurt Germany 19 - 23 Nov 2012
4th IFC – EURO FINANCE WEEK Conference
Risks and Opportunities in Financing Sustainable Development - Frankfurt am Main
19 - 20 Nov 2012 Lead Conference 2012
I – Finanzstandort Deutschland
II – Economic and Financial Stability in Europe
Congress Center Messe Frankfurt
Ludwig-Erhard-Anlage 1 Frankfurt
2nd Conference Day · Tuesday, 20 November 2012
Wirtschaftliche und finanzielle Stabilität in Europa
Economic and Financial Stability in Europe
9.30 Uhr Registrierung · Registration Konferenzsprache: Deutsch - Englisch
Conference language: German / English
Begrüssung · Opening Keynote in deutscher Sprache
- Börsen und die Finanzkrise: Teil der Lösung -
- Exchanges and the financial crisis: Part of the solution
Dr. Reto Francioni | Chief Executive Officer, Deutsche Börse AG, Frankfurt a.M.
- A common European supervisory CULTURE – are we on the right track?
Gabriel Bernardino | Chairman, EIOPA European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority, Frankfurt
Andrea Enria | Chairman, European Banking Authority (EBA), London
Steven Maijoor | Chairman, European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA), Paris
Wim Mijs | Chair, Executive Committee, European Banking Federation, Brussels
Panel Discussion 2 to be held in English
Europe en route to a Banking Union?
Introduction Benoît Coeuré | Member of the Executive Board, European Central Bank, Frankfurt
Kerstin af Jochnick | First Deputy Governor, Sveriges Riksbank, Stockholm
Leonhard H. Fischer | CEO, RHJ International SA, Brussels
Prof. Dr. Jan Pieter Krahnen| Chair of Corporate Finance, House of Finance, Goethe-University, Frankfurt
Karel Lannoo | Chief Executive Officer, Centre for European Policy Studies, Brussels
Robert Priester | EBF Executive Director, Wholesale and Regulatory Policy, European Banking
Moderator Bernd Brabänder | Founder and Senior Partner, Commentum political communication, Berlin
Mittagspause · Lunch Break
17.30 Uhr 20. Nov 2012 · Tuesday, 20 Nov 2012
Keynote - Europe’s response to the crisis
Klaus Regling | Managing Director, European Stability Mechanism, Luxembourg
Panel Discussion 3
- Die Banken im europäischen Finanzmarkt: Eine neue Balance zwischen
- Banks in the European Financial Market – Rebalancing Domestic and intern and Intern Business in the Wake of the Financial Crisis
Michael Arndt | Partner Financial Services, BearingPoint, Frankfurt
Dr. Carsten Esbach | Chief Operating Officer, BNP Paribas, Frankfurt
Dr. Levin Holle | Director General, Financial Markets Policy, Federal Ministry of Finance, Berlin
Thomas Meyer | TSS Business Executive Germany - Austria, J.P. Morgan AG, Frankfurt
Dr. Lutz R. Raettig | Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Morgan Stanley Bank AG, Frankfurt
Moderator Prof. Dr. Stefan Collignon | Professor of Political Economy, Sant' Anna School of Advanced Studies, Pisa
Abschlussdiskussion · Closing Session
- Die Zukunft des Euro – wie sich Vertrauen zurück gewinnen lässt
- The Euro at Stake – How to restore confidence?
Jörg Asmussen | Member of the Executive Board, European Central Bank, Frankfurt
Prof. Dr. Peter Bofinger | Member of the German Council of Economic Experts, Wiesbaden;
Prof for Economics, Julius-Maximilians-Universität, Würzburg
Andrew Bosomworth | Managing Director and Head of PIMCO Portfolio Management, PIMCO Germany, Munchen
Prof. Dr. Heiner Flassbeck | Director, Division on Globalization and Development Strategies,
United Nations Conference on Trade and Develop.(UNCTAD), Geneva
Prof. Dr. Lüder Gerken | Chairman of the Executive Board, Centrum für Europäische Politik, Freiburg
Dr. Wolf Schumacher | Chairman of the Management Board, Aareal Bank AG, Wiesbaden
Roland Tichy | Editor-in-Chief, Wirtschaftswoche, Düsseldorf
The global economy remains fragile, with uneven growth and financial uncertainty.
Climate change, environmental degradation and resource scarcity have become global problems, and booming populations are demanding jobs and services.
Strained governments are finding it hard to keep up, so the private sector is stepping in.
Where some see problems, innovative companies see opportunities, and their investments in emerging markets are complementing traditional development assistance and government spending as engines of economic development.
Their partners are often equally forward looking financial institutions, be they international or local banks, private equity groups, or institutional investors.
These institutions confront a number of challenges while taking advantages of new opportunities.
IFC and other intern financial institutions are there to share their experience and mitigate risk, while steering their partners toward investments that will be both profitable and equitable.
In this conference we will examine two elements of the complex world of emerging market finance: how to manage environmental and social risks, and how to tap into the huge market of women entrepreneurs.
The conference will examine two elements of the complex world of emerging market finance:
• how to manage environmental and social risks and
• how to tap into the huge market of women entrepreneurs.
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