04 December 2017, 08:30 -
Paris EUROPLACE organizes its 21st International Financial Forum in Tokyo on Monday, December 4, 2017 at the Imperial Hotel. Benjamin GRIVEAUX, Secretary of State to the Minister of the Economy and Finance & a representative of the Ministry of Economy & Finance of Japan will open the forum. The luncheon will be co-hosted by Mr Haruhiko KURODA, Governor, Bank of Japan & Mr François VILLEROY de GALHAU, Governor, Banque de France.
The one-day forum will cover the theme "New Opportunities in the New European Landscape"with 2 plenary sessions:
- Round Table 1: "A Common Approach towards a Smart Global Régulation"
- Round Table 2: "New Opportunities in the New European Order"
Several workshops are also organized with the support of our partners and a special session will present the new developments of international Fintech.
The Eurozone's Renaissance - The Implications for France, for the Broader Economic Outlook, for Monetary Policy and for Markets (in partnership with Nomura)
ESG Integration in Equity and Fixed-Income Portfolios: Current Status and Future Developments (in partnership with Amundi)
A New France in Old Europe (in partnership with Lazard)
Brexit: Short Term and Long Run Scenarios. How to Assess Financial Centers Performances? (in partnership with Institut Louis Bachelier)
Emerging Managers Program Special Session
Fintech Success Stories (in partnership with Pôle FINANCE INNOVATION)