IMN’s 3rd Annual Investors’ Conference on Italian & European NPLs

#SaveTheDate – IMN’s 3rd Annual Investors’ Conference on Italian & European NPLs will return to Milan, Italy,  at Hotel Principe Di Savoia, on 15 November 2018 ,to address the latest updates in the non-performing loan market.

The conference will bring together leading representatives from major banks, private funds, law firms, rating agencies, service providers and more to discuss the industry’s pressing topics, including:

  • Overview of Italy’s Banking Sector: Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats
  • Overview of Key Government Efforts to Stabilise the Italian Banking Sector (insolvency and debt recovery proceedings, bank consolidation efforts)
  • Investing in NPLs: Risk and Pricing Considerations for Investors
  • Funding the Program: The Role of Securitisation in Fueling NPL Purchasing Power
    NPL Sellers’ Roundtable: Assessing the Impact of the Government Led Initiatives to Date
  • Application to Other Mediterranean Economies: Implications for Spain, Portugal and Beyond

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About Massimo Famularo

Investment Manager and Blogger Focus on Distressed Assets and Non Performing Loans Interested in Politics, Economics,
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