The Liquidity Crisis: Mortgage Meltdown Aftermath

Venue: Budapest

Location: Budapest, Hungary

Event Date/Time: Jan 31, 2008 End Date/Time: Feb 01, 2008
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Recent developments in the financial world have resulted in European Structured Finance suffering its first decline in history since its inauguration in the early 1990’s. The Liquidity Crisis has been the source of a reduction in investor demand for such specialized products resulting in a dramatic decline in issuance volumes. Where some markets are experiencing recovery, the ABS market has suffered possibly the greatest collapse, from growth to decline.

The conference will tackle the current market climate getting to grips with the ‘Liquidity Crisis’, whilst observing the effects on European investment. Leading Financial Institutions will present the future picture for once flourishing European Financial Markets such as Russia, CIS and Eastern Europe, post ‘Liquidity Crisis’.

The weakness of the USD and the speed at which the fee pool is growing in Europe against the US has seen investment banks looking to grow in Europe in coverage. Regional case studies and organised strategic networking sessions will look at growth opportunities and recovery strategies following the ‘Liquidity Crisis’.

This is the one conference that any institution wishing to successfully recover the ‘Liquidity Crisis’ should attend.