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4th International Financial Markets Conference Is Held in Vilnius

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2016 05 09

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The Ministry of Finance together with the Lithuanian Financial Markets Institute organises the International Financial Markets Conference to be held on May 10 in Vilnius, where the leaders of politics, business and academic community of the nine European countries will discuss global financial market trends, perspectives and the investment strategy changes. The Conference in Lithuania is organised for the fourth year in a row.  

“Efficiently functioning financial markets are of particular importance to Lithuania, like to the entire European Union, to promote sustainable and long-term growth, successful business development and public welfare. I believe that the Conference will be a good opportunity not only to exchange the up-to-date information on incentive measures for capital markets applied in the Member States but also to discuss with the experts of other countries the initiatives currently considered at the Government, which will create more business funding alternatives for our enterprises,” Minister of Finance R. Šadžius states.

The discussion in the Conference will focus on the role of the financial sector in the economy, global investment strategy changes and emerging risks. The issues of legal and tax environment of investment fund management, SME’s financing via capital markets and other important issues will be also discussed.

This year the Conference will gather outstanding international academic speakers, EU policy makers and senior executives of businesses from the United Kingdom, Belgium, Luxembourg, Denmark, Sweden, Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania.

The Conference will take place at Merchants Club, Gedimino ave. 35, Vilnius, on10 May 2016, at 10:00. The Conference agenda is available at http://finmin.lrv.lt/en/competence-areas/financial-services/4th-international-financial-markets-conference-is-held-in-vilnius.

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