#Savethedate Feb 8 2019 – IMN Conference in Greece

I am proud to be speaking at the IMN 2nd Annual Investors’ Conference on Greek and Cypriot NPLs. This year title will be “Establishing a Secondary Market”.

The event will take place in Athens on 8 February 2019.

In the panel on Improving NPL Liquidity: The Role of Government Guarantee Schemes and the Creation of a “Bad Bank” Michael Haralabidis, Chief Risk Officer, Hellenic Financial Stability Fund, Mario Cortesi,Head of Distressed Credit, Quaestio Capital Management and myself will address the following questions:

  • Has the NPL Law provided the necessary framework for a robust secondary loan market or has it created additional unintended impediments?
  • Would a scheme similar to that of Italy’s “GACS” programme work in Greece? Why or why not?
  • Would a government backed scheme aid in attracting a larger and more diverse investor base?  
  • What structural reforms are still needed to foster a healthy secondary NPL market? 
  • How might political instability further dampen market liquidity? Will the government continue to support the market?

Link to the Full Agenda

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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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