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UBS European Conference 2014

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Unparalleled access to Europe's key decision makers

London, 27 October 2014  - The UBS European Conference will return to London at The Landmark Hotel on 11- 12 November 2014, once again offering clients exclusive access to the world's leading industry experts, politicians and key decision makers who will share their insights into the critical issues affecting the global economy.

Now in its fourth year, the UBS European Conference has established itself as one of the most important annual industry gatherings of corporate management, policy makers, economists and institutional investors in Europe. This year, attendance has been confirmed by more than eighty senior managers from the largest European companies, representing a broad range of sectors and countries from across the region. 

Across the two days, the UBS European Conference will host more than twenty panel discussions on topics including Quantitative easing, China's property downturn and Digitalisation. Panels will again feature high profile industry figures such as Charles Plosser, President and CEO of Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, Professor Klass Knot, President of De Nederlandsche Bank and member of Governing Council of the European Central Bank and Jose Vinals, Financial Counsellor and Director of the Monetary and Capital Markets Department, IMF.

''The ability to bring together such a high caliber of speakers as well as the leading European corporates, sovereign wealth funds and private equity firms demonstrates the scale and success of the European Conference and highlights the strength of the UBS franchise,''commented Jason Barron, Head of Equities EMEA. He continued. "It offers clients a unique opportunity to hear from some of the most influential politicians and industry experts and a platform to share ideas with other investors, on a range of topics affecting the global economy and their businesses and investment decisions."

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