Understanding Challenges for the Greek Economy

Sep 12 2019
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Understanding Challenges for the Greek Economy

Eighteen distinguished academics and professionals addressed timely topics of importance for the Greek economy, capital markets, and firms, with a view on international research and practice.

Agenda

Opening Remarks:

  • Professor George Skiadopoulos, Director, Institute of Finance and Financial Regulation, University of Piraeus & Queen Mary University of London
  • George Zavvos, Deputy Minister of Finance in charge of the Financial System
  • Professor Gregory Chondrokoukis, Vice Rector of Research & Exec Training, University of Piraeus
  • Professor Dimitris Malliaropoulos, Chief Economist, Bank of Greece & University of Piraeus

Session 1

Sovereign and Corporate Debt

  • Self-Inflicted Debt Crises, Professor Theodosios Dimopoulos, HEC Lausanne
  • Asymmetric Information, Liquidity and Corporate Finance: Evidence from the Introduction of Credit Ratings, Professor Carola Frydman, Northwestern University & NBER
  • Lending Relationships in Loan Renegotiation: Evidence from Corporate Loans, Dr. Melina Papoutsi, European Central Bank
  • Chair: Professor Angelos Antzoulatos, University of Piraeus

Session 2

Economy and the Markets

Panel 1

Non-Performing Loans in the Greek Banking Sector

  • Spyros Avramopoulos, CEO, Sodia Capital Management, An Affiliate of Apollo Global Management
  • George Georgakopoulos, Executive General Manager, Piraeus Bank S.A.
  • Theodoros Kalantonis, Deputy CEO, Troubled Assets Group, Eurobank Ergasias S.A. & Chairman, NPL Steering Committee, Hellenic Bank Association
  • Ioannis Tsikripis, Deputy Director, Banking Supervision Department, Bank of Greece
  • Moderator: Professor George Skiadopoulos, Director of IFFR, University of Piraeus & Queen Mary University of London

Panel 2

Invest in Greece

The event was made possible with the support of Alpha Asset Management ΑΕΔΑΚ and Alpha Trust. Media partners: Οικονομική Επιθεώρηση/Greek Business File, Euro2Day.gr and Naftemporiki.gr