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TMA Europe East Europe Conference

Wednesday 22 February, 2017 | 16:00-20:00

Erste Group Bank AG, A-1100 Wien, Am Belvedere 1, Vienna, Austria

 

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FULLY BOOKED - Following the successful third 2016 TMA Europe East European Conference held in Prague and attended by over 120 delegates from across Europe, we will hold our fourth event in Vienna, Austria. It will follow a similar format; an evening event to make best use of valuable time with two high quality panels from across the continent and ample networking time in a convivial atmosphere.

Programme:

4.00 - 4.30pm

Registration, coffee and networking

4.30 - 4.40pm

Opening Speech: David Cohen, Chairperson, TMA Global

4.40 - 5.10pm

Keynote: Bernd Mittermair, Head of Group Workout, Erste Group Bank (Austria)
ECB Guidance on non performing loans: impact on banks and NPL stock

5.10 - 6.05pm

Panel: NPL sales flow - Is the peak behind us or will the deal flow continue?

Panel Chairman: Lukas Fecker, Founder & CEO, Innovation Brain (Switzerland)
Panellist: Florian Klimscha, Partner, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer (Austria)
Panellist: Nazar Chernyavsky, Partner, Sayenko Kharenko (Ukraine)
Panellist: Inigo Rubio, Partner, Cuatrecasas (Spain)
Panellist: Dorian Macovei, Managing Director, EMSA Capital (Austria)

6.05 - 7.00pm

Panel: Draft guidelines of the European Central Bank on non performing loans

Panel Chairman: Bernhard Klinger, Partner, KPMG (Austria)
Panellist: Thomas McAleese, Managing Director, Alvarez & Marsal (UK)
Panellist:Christian Grininger, Partner, Raiffeisen Bank (Austria)
Panellist: Pawel Kuglarz, Partner, Taylor Wessing (Poland)

7.00 - 7.05pm

Closing Speech: Ralf Zeitlberger, Head of Corporate Workout Holding, Erste Group Bank (Austria)

7.05 - 8.00pm

Drinks, canapés and networking


Sponsorship opportunities are available for this event.

The conference is FREE to attend. TMA (Europe) Ltd will make a nominal charge of £15 to cover administrative costs.

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