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Sandra Parthie Event 23. June 2021 livestream debate (via Zoom): Corporate finance – How to steer the transformation after the Covid crisis?

While the precise impact varies from sector to sector, the Coronavirus generally has left a strong mark on the European economy. A broad policy response has alleviated the repercussions on European SMEs and corporates, albeit to a limited extent. Importantly, policymakers have already phased out some temporary support measures and will likely continue to do so in the near to medium term.

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Sandra Parthie Event 23. June 2021

livestream debate (via Zoom): Corporate finance – How to steer the transformation after the Covid crisis?

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While the precise impact varies from sector to sector, the Coronavirus generally has left a strong mark on the European economy. A broad policy response has alleviated the repercussions on European SMEs and corporates, albeit to a limited extent. Importantly, policymakers have already phased out some temporary support measures and will likely continue to do so in the near to medium term.

How will companies meet their funding needs in this post-Covid recovery phase? Beyond mere liquidity support, how will the private sector finance the investment offensive that Europe needs for the green and digital transformation? The discussion will also reflect on recent EU initiatives that aim to address these questions, such as the Commission’s Capital Markets Union Action Plan or NextGeneration EU.  

This event will take place on
Wednesday, 23 June 2021, from 11h00 till 12h00

Welcome note
Dr Christian Ossig, Chief Executive, BdB

Introductory note
Tanya Panova, Head of Unit, Capital Markets Union, DG FISMA, European Commission

Panel discussion

  • Tanya Panova, Head of Unit, Capital Markets Union, DG FISMA, European Commission
  • Johan van Overtveldt, MEP (ECR, BE), Chair of BUDG Committee + Member of ECON Committee and former Minister of Finance of Belgium
  • Dr Hendrik Hartenstein, Head of Corporate Finance, BdB
  • Dr Markus Demary, Senior Economist, Monetary Policy and the Economics of Financial Markets, IW

Moderator
Sandra Parthie, Head of Brussels Office, IW

Closing Remarks
Sandra Parthie, Head of Brussels Office, IW

Please register by 21 June 2021 by email to germanbanks_brussels@bdb.de.
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