23/05/2017 | PARIS EUROPLACE
The Paris financial center is increasingly praised by foreign investors among others for its central position in the European market and its vibrant and competitive ecosystem. These traditional assets, combined with its skilled labor force, a competitive financial regulation and one of the most favorable environments in Europe for innovation, make Paris a very dynamic and attractive Global Financial City, which offers today unmatched opportunities to major financial businesses in a new European context (Brexit).
Entitled "Europe: Where to Next?", the Paris EUROPLACE New York International Financial Forum will take place on Tuesday, May 23 at the Roosevelt Hotel, featuring high-level representatives of Paris and its regions, supported by key European and U.S. speakers.
Brexit: Welcome to Paris!
The impact of the Brexit will benefit to the Paris financial center where new winning business strategies are developed. Compared to other continental European cities, Paris is the only global city in terms of size and economic weight, and by far the first financial centre in continental Europe, with the presence of large corporates, very active on capital market activities - which are the clients of the international banks and investors.
Europe / U.S. Financial Regulation vs Growth
Chaired by Christian Noyer, Honorary Governor of Banque de France, the session will focus on the next steps of financial regulation/deregulation both in Europe and the U.S.
Spotlight on Fintech
France's exponential progression in the Fintech industry represents a major attraction for the international investors. Companies pitches will be organized for CEO of young and innovative start-ups in financial tech, digital and high tech.
Green and Sustainable Finance
Mainstreaming Green and Sustainable Finance is a key issue addressed by international finance which will be tackled by high level markets participants. Investors are divesting from coal and fossil energies to shift their asset. At the same time, green bonds market is growing in France as well as internationally.
The full-day event will bring together 300 delegates including institutional investors, corporate issuers, bankers and insurers, to network and exchange insights on international financial and business trends.
Register online and join us in New York on May 23:
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