#BondsLoans24 virtual summit to connect borrowers, investors and bankers

bondpicAs the global finance markets face an unprecedented challenge, the need to come together, share new ideas and engage in peer-to-peer discussion has never been more valuable to those active in the world’s financial markets

Taking place on the 23rd June, online at your computer screen, #BondsLoans24 will bring together more than 5,000 government officials, regulators, central banks, investors, bankers, lawyers and corporates, to engage in open, honest discussion, providing the perfect platform to gain an “on-the-ground” update on the economic backdrop and local market dynamics from more than 50 markets in one day.

The 24-hour virtual summit will feature 100+ expert speakers on a global agenda that will follow the sun around the world - starting at 10am in Asia and finishing at 5pm in California.

#BondsLoans24 is specifically designed to help borrowers, bankers and investors come together to update each other on the market sentiment and facilitate meetings with new and existing clients. Attendees will have the opportunity to conduct six months’ worth of 1-2-1 (and group) video meetings with clients, prospects, and business partners via a market leading AI-powered networking facility which identifies warm leads for you.

Download the official event brochure to view the latest agenda, speakers and companies that participate here.

As a supporting partner, Oil Review Middle East has secured a 15 per cent discount for our readers. Register here using our unique code: ORM15

For more information about the event or help with your registration, please contact Andrew Stark on +44 (0) 207 045 0923 or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. For further information see the website here 

 

 

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