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Streamed live on Oct 12, 2019
Creating the Capital Markets Union would mean more investment for innovation, start-ups and SMEs, facilitating cross-border investment, supporting growth and job creation. A common investment market might even make the European economy more resilient to shocks via diversification of funding sources. However, there is little progress in this area on a European level. Can the CEE region, suffering from even stronger dependence on bank lending and lack of proper stock exchange instruments, be the leader?
ANDREJ BERTONCELJ, Minister of Finance of the Republic of Slovenia ANDREAS TREICHL, CEO, Erste Group Bank AG, Vienna
WILHELM MOLTERER, Managing Director, European Fund for Strategic Investments, European Investment Bank, Luxembourg
Led by: REBECCA CHRISTIE, Visiting Fellow, Bruegel, Brussels