UBS European Conference returns to London after a successful first year
London, 06 November 2012 – Following a successful inaugural event, the UBS European Conference will return to The Savoy on 13-14 November 2012. The two day conference will be one of the largest annual gatherings of European corporate management, politicians, policy makers, experts and institutional investors.
This year, attendance has been confirmed by more than 80 CEO’s from the largest European companies, with the conference promising to be one of the leading European multi sector conferences in 2012.
Institutional investors and European corporations will have unique access to some of the world’s most influential experts, regulators and politicians, including Dr Axel Weber, Alexander Friedman, Peter Praet, Andrew Bailey, Sir Martin Sorrell, Austan Goolsbee, Joachim Nagel and Lorenzo Bini Smaghi.
The UBS European Conference will host a series of panel discussions on topics such as European Integration and political unification, The future of European banking and China and the emerging markets. High profile macro speakers and UBS senior economists and strategists will discuss the European macro environment in a global context.
Sergio Ermotti, Group CEO said "The 2012 European Conference will give investors exclusive access to European and International economists, central bankers and top managers of the most important European corporations. Our clients will have a unique opportunity to exchange views with experts at a time that is arguably the most significant economic and structural period since the end of the Second World War."
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