ATHEX’s 7th Greek Investment New York Forum

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Socrates Lazaridis (centre), CEO (on the right), Emilio’s Kyriacou, Managing Director of Citi (Greece, Cyprus and Malta) and AMCHAM President Spiros  Anastasopoulos (on the left)

The 7th Greek Investment Forum in New York organised by the Athens Stock Exchange and the American-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce in cooperation with Enterprise Greece, was held on the 19th and 20th of June 2018 and included also various business meetings in Washington and Chicago under the leadership of the Alternate Minister of Economy and Development Mr. Alexis Charitsis and the USA Ambassador to Greece, Mr. Geoffrey Pyatt.

Over 30 top-tier ATHEX listed companies had about 400 1:1 meetings with over 100 foreign fund managers thanks to the support of the Gold Sponsors (Alpha Finance, Axia Ventures, Citi, Eurobank Equities, Auerbach Grayson, Euroxx Securities, Investment Βank of Greece, LXM, Marco Polo Securities, Morgan Stanley, ΝΒG Securities and Piraeus Securities). Silver Sponsors were Deloitte and Milbank,Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP.

l to r: ATHEX’s Georgia Mourla, Emilios Kyriacou,  Peggy Papastavrou and  Ioannis Kyriakopoulos

At the Briefing Session, the CEO of the Athens Exchange Group, Mr. Sokrates Lazaridis noted: “From the previous investment forum until today, total liquidity has improved by some 20% with a big participation from the non banking sector that had an increase of 40%. Net profits of listed companies rose to 33% while the participation of foreign institutional investors remained high at 65%. The corporate bond market was enhanced with new issues. Finally, significant improvements were made to the Greek Companies Law reinforcing corporate governance and offering the possibility for new securities offers”

The Briefing Session included prestigious market participants such as Prof. Charalampos Gotsis, Chairman of the Hellenic Capital Market Commission,.

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Emilios Kyriakou, Managing Director for Greece, Cyprus and Malta, Citi, Christos Megalou, CEO,  Piraeus Bank, Michael Tsamaz, CEO,  ΟΤΕ Group, Giorgos Chrysikos, CEO of Grivalia Properties, Lois Lambrianidis, Secretary General for Strategic and Private Investments, Ministry of Economy and Development, Elias Athanasiou, CEO, Enterpise Greece, Aris Xenofos, Chairman, Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund, Ebrahim Rahbari, Managing Director, Citi, Romualdo Bernucci, European Investment Bank, Apostolos Goutzinis, partner Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP,  D. Koutsopoulos, CEO, Deloitte Greece, Penny Manis, CNN International and William Watts, MarketWatch.

Minister Charitsis, the US Ambassador and Penny Manis, CNN International

The listed companies that took part, in alphabetical order, represented at management level, are:

  1. ADMIE HOLDING
  2. AEGEAN AIRLINES
  3. ALPHA BANK
  4. ATHENS EXCHANGE GROUP
  5. AUTOHELLAS
  6. EUROBANK
  7. FOURLIS
  8. GEK TERNA – TERNA ENERGY
  9. GRIVALIA PROPERTIES REIC
  10. HELLENIC PETROLEUM
  11. HELLENIC TELECOM (OTE)
  12. IKTINOS HELLAS
  1. MLS
  2. MOTOR OIL
  3. MYTILINEOS
  4. NATIONAL BANK OF GREECE
  5. OPAP
  6. PIRAEUS BANK
  7. PIRAEUS PORT AUTHORITY
  8. PUBLIC POWER CORPORATION (DEI)
  9. SARANTIS GROUP
  10. THRACE GROUP
  11. TITAN

 

 

l to r: D. Koutsopoulos, CEO Deloitte Greece, G. Chryssikos, CEO Grivalia REIC, M. Tsamaz, CEO OTE Group, C. Megalou, CEO Piraeus Bank, E. Kyriacou, Managing Director for Greece, Cyprus & Malta, Citi

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