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The Capital Markets Union is a plan by the European Commission to remove barriers to cross-border investments, diversify the funding of the economy and reduce the cost of raising capital in order to support economic growth and job creation in Europe. Find out more: http://ec.europa.eu/finance/capital-markets-union/
Moderator Odi Lahav, CEO, Allenbridge Speakers Michael Berry, Managing Director, Pricoa Capital Group Mathew Cestar, Managing Director and Co-Head of Global Credit Products, EMEA, Credit Suisse Jim Galowski, Global Co-Head, Corporate Structured Credit, Apollo Global Management As capital has become more expensive for European banks grappling with constrained balance sheets, the efficiency of capital markets has become more crucial. The initiative to create the European Capital Markets Union is designed to ensure that money flows more easily across the EU economy to help companies grow. To be sure, segments of Europes capital markets are working effectively, presenting great opportunities for newcomers. In fact, since the onset of the global financial crisis, Europe's high-yield bond mar...
AFME board members and senior staff discuss the association’s work and how Europe’s capital markets can help deliver economic growth.
he Capital Markets Union (CMU) is a European initiative that will change the landscape of the European capital markets. Amongst other things, the reforms that the CMU will introduce will change: • public equity markets • the securitisation markets; and • the landscape for private equity exits and venture capital fundraising. The reforms are already underway and we expect their implementation imminently. We’re committed to helping you navigate this new complex and far reaching regime. Our video will introduce the CMU and its implications for your business, whilst giving you an opportunity to discuss and explore it further. For more information, please visit http://www.pwclegal.co.uk/news/capital-markets-union-unlocking-the-potential-for-european-growth.html
The Capital Markets Union (CMU) is a plan of the European Commission to mobilise capital in Europe. It will channel it to all companies, including SMEs, and infrastructure projects that need it to expand and create jobs. By linking savings with growth, it will offer new opportunities for savers and investors. Deeper and more integrated capital markets will lower the cost of funding and make the financial system more resilient. All 28 Member States of the EU will benefit from building a true single market for capital. http://ec.europa.eu/finance/capital-markets-union
You might have heard about this new flagship project of the European Commission, the Capital Markets Union. But who will really benefit? Why you should be interested as a citizen and taxpayer? This webinar is what you need. You'll also find the answers in our short and easy-to-read paper “Capital Markets Union in 5 questions”: http://www.finance-watch.org/our-work/publications/1061-cmu-in-5-questions-en
Today in Europe many start-ups and small business owners find it hard to get funding. Elena was one of them, and this is her story. The Capital Markets Union will help entrepreneurs like Elena to get funding more easily. Find out more: http://ec.europa.eu/finance/capital-markets-union/
Almost 25% of global GDP is currently facing negative interest rates, while another 25% faces rates lower that 1%. What is the impact of this low return environment on real estate capital flows, especially considering the lack of core product? How will the growing uncertainty in European real estate markets caused by the spectre of a post-Brexit Britain, as well as upcoming elections in France and Germany, impact real estate markets? And what can we expect to happen if we return to a normalised interest rate and inflation environment? This session aims to explore the long term impacts of the major developments we are currently facing. Moderator: Jon H. Zehner, LaSalle Investment Management Speakers: Nathalie Palladitcheff, Ivanhoé Cambridge Massimo Saletti, JP Morgan François Trausch, Al...
European VC market overview from the largest investor in VC funds in Europe – the European Investment Fund. Find out how the European VC market has evolved throughout the past 20 years, how it is has been performing and which fund categories are the winners. The speech was given on 2017-05-18 at infoShare 2017 (Startup Stage) in Gdańsk. http://infoshare.pl Follow infoShare: https://facebook.com/infosharepl https://twitter.com/infosharepl https://instagram.com/infoshare/ https://linkedin.com/company-beta/1272775/ https://plus.google.com/+infoshare/
Work still needs to be done to explain the importance of capital markets in Europe, but this is changing with a growing recognition that these markets are vital for growth. AFME's Managing Director of Advocacy, Tanguy van de Werve, explains what can be done at a national and international level to promote growth in Europe through its capital markets.
Europe has provided its citizens with great progress in economic and financial terms and widespread prosperity. The Euro has helped eliminate the exchange rate risk and has thus favored the creation of a large capital market with benefits also for businesses, explains Andrea Beltratti, director of the Executive Master in Finance of SDA Bocconi School of Management, who have been able to capture financial resources from a very broad market, rendering possible financial transactions that previously were not. But the big financial crises of 2008 and 2010-11 have clouded the picture and brought problems, only in part overcome today, which put in doubt the future of Europe itself.
July 15 (Bloomberg) -- Neil Rimer, co-founder of Index Ventures, talks about venture capital markets in the U.S. and Europe. Rimer, speaking with Emily Chang on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg West," says valuations of startups in Europe are "more reasonable" than in the U.S. (Source: Bloomberg)