Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis, is in London immediately the place he’s scheduled to satisfy with King Charles III within the night at Windsor Fortress following his deal with at a main Greek funding occasion within the British capital.
On Monday morning, he’ll ship the keynote deal with on the Greek Funding Convention held by the Athens Inventory Trade and Morgan Stanley, and can meet with investments and enterprise leaders.
At 19:00 (Athens time) the identical day, he and his partner Mareva Grabowski-Mitsotaki shall be obtained by King Charles III at Windsor Fortress.
At 21:30 (Athens time), Mitsotakis will maintain a dialogue with London Faculty of Economics Hellenic Observatory director and professor of Fashionable Greek Research Kevin Featherstone, on the event of the twenty fifth anniversary of the observatory’s basis. The occasion’s title is “Greece – the Approach Ahead: in dialog with Kyriakos Mitsotakis”, and it’s scheduled to conclude at 22:30 Athens time.
Greek Funding Convention
The convention shall be held on Monday and Tuesday at Morgan Stanley’s Convention Heart in London, in collaboration with Alpha Financial institution, Eurobank, Nationwide Financial institution of Greece and Piraeus Financial institution.
Its goal is to help Greek enterprise overseas and spotlight funding alternatives within the Greek capital market, and to spice up institutional confidence in Greece. It would embrace particular person and group conferences between the biggest listed firms and worldwide funding funds, in addition to panels, shows, and networking occasions.
On Monday, it is going to embrace one-on-one and group conferences in addition to the next talks:
– PM Mitsotakis, with Morgan Stanley Worldwide chief funding officer Franck Petitgas coordinating the dialogue.
– Alex Patelis, chief financial advisor to PM Mitsotakis, with Athens Trade Group CEO Yianos Kontopoulos coordinating the dialogue.
– Panel of Greek banks, together with Alpha Companies and Holdings CEO Vassilios Psaltis, Eurobank CEO Fokion Karavias, Nationwide Financial institution of Greece CEO Paul Mylonas, and Piraeus Monetary Holdings CEO Christos Megalou. Coordinated by Nida Iqbal, head of EEMEA Finanials and Fintech at Morgan Stanley.
On Tuesday, the schedule will solely embrace conferences of Greek enterprise representatives with worldwide funds.
The Greek companies embrace the next:
Aegean Airways, Alpha Financial institution, Athens Water & Sewage (EYDAP), Autohellas, Cenergy, Ellaktor, Elvalhalcor, Eurobank, GEK Terna, Hellenic Exhanges, Hellenic Petroleum (HELPE), Hellenic Telecommunications Group (OTE), Unbiased Energy Transmission Operator (IPTO), Intracom, Intralot, Lamda Improvement, Motor Oil, Mytilineos Group, Nationwide Financial institution of Greece, OPAP gaming, Piraeus Financial institution, Public Energy Company, Sarantis, and Terna Power.
Additionally attending are representatives of two unlisted firms, Noval Property (which has issued a company bond and plans to register on the Athens Inventory Trade) and PeopleCert, the skilled certification firm.