EVENTS Finance        24/02/2021

24 February 2021 Virtual Conference

24 February 2021    Virtual Conference

Bonds, Loans & Sukuk Turkey 2021 Virtual Conference

 

The Bonds, Loans & Sukuk Turkey 2021 Virtual Conference is advertised as Turkey’s leading virtual credit markets conference. This corporate and investment banking event is seen as a unique opportunity to set up an unlimited number of virtual meetings with 400+ senior government officials, regulators, investors, bankers and corporate decision-makers attendees via the 1-2-1 networking platform; and hear from over 40 local and international credit markets’ leaders speaking on panels, who will be live to answer questions.

 

Key Topics :

Macroeconomic outlook: Taking Turkey’s economic temperature post-health crisis and beyond

How to access the international markets despite slowing GDP, rising inflation and ratings pressure

Underwriting and syndicating loans in Turkey: Who is lending, at what price and on what terms?

Extend, refinance or restructure: How companies can continue to manage liabilities and repayment obligations through the pause in economic activity

Green, social and sustainable: Can ESG and SDG bonds offer an alternative route to access new pools of capital?

Local financing for local corporates: How much lira is there to go around?

 

Click here for more details and to register

 

 



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