Mazars to Sponsor the SmithNovak ‘NPL Greece’ conference in Athens
Mazars is proud to announce we are a sponsor at SmithNovak’s Greek and SEE Non-Performing Loans conference taking place on 30-31 of May 2018 in Athens.
With SSM targets looming and estimates that more than 50% of the bank's Loan Books are NPEs at a value of over 104 billion euros, there is considerable and growing interest in the Greek NPL market.
Representing the flag-ship event for the pan-European Non-Performing Loans market, 'NPL Greece' will bring together major Investors, Systemic Banks, Servicers, Advisors and Regulators. This conference will provide essential networking possibilities, as well as the latest industry information in order to stay up-to-date.
For more information on the programme and to register, click here .
30-31 of May 2018
Hotel Divani Caravel, Athens
Our expert, Ilias Zafeiropoulos will join a panel on the 30th of May to discuss recent updates on the Greek market, addressing the following topics:
- The outcome of the recent stress test of the four systemic Greek banks,
- Challenges those systemic Greek banks face in the next couple of years on reducing their NPL balance portfolio
- The market structure in terms of cooperation between loan buyers, servicing companies and collection agencies.
Our specialist, Pasquale Urselli will join a panel on the 31st of May to discuss the key factors, which are driving Investment decisions in 2018-19 among many other topics regarding the market.
Our experts from Italy, Greece, Bulgaria and the UK will also be joining the conference and look forward to meeting you.
If you would like to arrange a meeting, please contact them.
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