London and Warsaw (PRWEB UK) 21 August 2013
Warsaw, 20 August 2013 - TMT Finance has announced that the TMT Finance & Investment Central & East Europe 2013 Conference will now take place at the Warsaw Stock Exchange to meet demand for the event. http://www.tmtfinance.com/cee
The much anticipated conference, which takes place on September 25, is gathering key regional players from telecoms and finance to assess the surge in opportunities for investment, mergers and acquisitions, and to tackle critical new issues for financing and strategy.
‘We are delighted to announce that the Warsaw Stock Exchange will be the new venue for this year’s conference to meet such strong demand from delegates and speakers,” said Dominic Lowndes, Managing Director of TMT Finance, the event organisers. “With the stock market buoyant and an expectation for IPOs, mergers and large capital raisings returning to the telecoms sector, the setting for the conference could not be more fitting.”
Over 40 speakers representing the leading telecom and cable operators, private equity investors, investment banks, tech companies and advisory businesses will feature on the programme including from Telekom Austria, Turkcell, Netia, Google, Vectra, Mid Europa Partners, Permira, Innova, Warburg Pincus, Deutsche Bank, Barclays Capital, Raiffeisen and Ericsson. Many more companies will also participate in break out and networking sessions.
Katarzyna Gajda, Head of Capital Markets and Investor Relations, Ciszewski MSL Financial Communications will present the findings of a 2013 investor relations survey at the conference: “Investors Relations in TMT Companies from the Analysts Viewpoint – High Standards at a Price”. The detailed survey tackles perception, building trust, and improving investor relations for TMT companies across the CEE region.
Pawel Tomczuk, Managing Director, Ciszewski MSL, a key partner for the conference said: "The recent crisis was a crisis of trust in the capital markets, so the value of reputation - not only of companies, but also CEOs and CFOs – and the role of investor relations is more important than ever. The TMT sector was recently perceived as stable but is now going through a huge transition. How it will be perceived in future by the investors depends on how these changes will be communicated.”
TMT Finance & Investment Central & East Europe is part of TMT Finance’s global series of conferences, and takes place in Warsaw on September 25.
For more details on speakers and the programme, go to http://www.tmtfinance.com/cee/programme
Limited spaces are available. To book your place, go to http://www.tmtfinance.com/cee/register