Capital Link Forum to Address Economy, Investments


Capital Link Forum
Panel participants at the 2019 Capital Link Forum, held at Athens Hilton. Credit: Capital Link

The prospects for the Greek economy will be at the forefront of the discussions at the Capital Link Invest in Greece Forum which will be held at the Metropolitan Club in New York on December 14, 2021.

Titled “A New Era – A New Direction for Greece” the annual conference, which is the longest-running investment forum about Greece abroad, is organized in cooperation with the New York Stock Exchange and major global investment banks.

It is engaged in a systematic effort to promote Greece as a business and investment destination to a global audience. With a 23-year track record, this Forum enjoys unique branding, acceptance, and support by the US, Greek, and Greek American business, investment, and financial communities.

PM Mitsotakis will be the keynote speaker at Capital Link event

Every year, a delegation of senior government officials, led by the Prime Minister, and a group of private sector business leaders update a global audience on the reforms, developments and outlook of the Greek economy and each of the main sectors highlighting trends, challenges and opportunities.

This year, PM Kyriakos Mitsotakis will be the keynote speaker at the Forum. In parallel to the main sessions, a series of one-on-one meetings are hosted between investors, the management of the participating companies and government officials, providing unique networking opportunities.

Furthermore, a group of international investors and financiers share their insight on Greece as a Business and Investment Destination.

According to Capital Link, Greece has made a dynamic comeback in the global capital markets and the global investment community but this is the first step. Looking ahead, despite the challenges stemming from the pandemic, there is a new reality and potential in Greece today.

Modernization and investments are at the heart of the “Greece 2.0” program, the largest plan developed in the modern history of the county aiming to change the economic model, transforming it into a competitive and extroverted one, with a digital and efficient state.

The approximately 31 billion euro ($35 billion) that will be disbursed by the Recovery and Resilience Facility – in addition to the funds from the European Development Programs included in the new EU budget for the period 2021-2027 – can be the foundation for Greece to attract the significant and additional foreign investments that the country needs, Capital Link says.

For more details on the event please follow the link here

 





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