The Athens Stock Exchange and the Hellenic-American Chamber of Commerce are now holding their ninth annual “Greek Investment Forum” in New York, which will take place exclusively online this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The forum is part of a wider initiative aimed to inform the U.S. business community about new investment opportunities in Greece. Select participants will present Greece’s economic outlook as well as overviews of structural reforms to be made in the country to important stakeholders in the American business world.
A discussion titled “Greece: Investment Opportunities in the Post-Covid-19 Period” will also be held at the event. Keynote speakers for this discussion will be Greek Finance Minister Christos Staikouras and Development and Investment Minister Adonis Georgiadis.
The investment forum will begin on June 15, 2020 and will continue until June 18, 2020, with the goal once again of bringing together Greek companies with institutional investors.
The following stock exchange-listed companies will take part in the investment forum: ADMIE, Alpha Bank, Athens Stock Exchange, Cenergy, ELLAKTOR, ELBALHALCOR, Eurobank, EYDAP, Fourlis, GEKTERNA, ELPE, OTE, Iktinos, KRI-KRI, Lamda Development, Motor Oil, Mytilineos, National Bank, OPAP, Piraeus Bank, OLP, Prodea, PPC, Sarantis, TERNA Energy, Thrace Plastics, TITAN and Viohaleo.
Other participants include Alexis Patelis, the Chief Financial Advisor to the Greek Prime Minister; US Ambassador to Greece Geoffrey Pyatt; and Vasiliki Lazarakou, the President of the Capital Market Commission.
Also on hand will be Georgios Hatzinikolaou, President of the Athens Stock Exchange and Piraeus Bank and Hellenic Banks Association; Nikolaos Bakatselos, President of the Hellenic American Chamber of Commerce, and Socrates Lazaridis, the CEO of the Athens Stock Exchange.