This high-level, half-day event will bring together Europe’s three key borrowers: the Next Generation EU, European Investment Bank and the European Stability Mechanism. We will discuss the state of play for the NGEU recovery programme and the landscape for borrowing in the region in the current investment climate. Joining us on the day will be other leading issuers, investors and intermediaries to discuss the challenges and opportunities the new world of European sovereign debt presents to traditional sovereign, supranational and agency issuers from the region.

Welcome remarks


Thomas Wieser, former President, Economic and Financial Committee
David Marsh, Chair, OMFIF

Session I: Taking stock of the Next Gen EU Fund

Eila Kreivi, Director and Head of the Capital Markets Department, European Investment Bank
Kalin Anev Janse, Chief Financial Officer, European Stability Mechanism (ESM)
Niall Bohan, Director, DG Budget, European Commission
Georges Elhedery, Group MD, Co-CEO of Global Banking and Markets, HSBC Group
Luca Falco, Senior Vice President Head of Global Syndicate & Capital Markets, UniCredit

Session II: Outlook for European borrowing landscape

Pablo de Ramón-Laca Clausen, Director General, Tesoro Público, Spain
Agnès Belaisch, Managing Director and Chief European Strategist, Barings Investment Institute
Sevinc Acar, Investment Director, Fixed Income, PGGM
Elena Panomarenko, Head of Funding, Europe, IFC Treasury
Christian Kopf, Managing Director, CIO Fixed Income and FX, Union Investment

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‘Team Europe’ Borrowers Forum is part of the ‘Funding a new era for Europe’ series of events that OMFIF is hosting with other sovereign borrowers in the region to discuss their funding plans and outlook of the bond markets. We are also bringing our unique network of some of the world’s most powerful and influential investors into the conversation, together with the market insight of leading intermediaries.

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