Athens Investment Summit

Now in its sixth year of financial crisis, Greece finds itself at one of the most difficult junctures in its history. Although the Tsipras government signed the Third Memorandum and one of the most difficult structural adjustment programmes devised, the national fiscal situation continues to deteriorate.

In no small part, this is due to a fundamental inability of successive governments to foster investments and a climate suitable to private sector economic growth.

Despite the negative headlines and volatile political environment, investments in Greece are gathering speed. The Tsipras government is gradually implementing its privatisation commitments. And investments in export-oriented sectors, such as tourism, manufacturing or agriculture, are taking place. 

The Athens Investment Summit provides a practitioner-focussed, objective view of the real risks, opportunities and threats of investing in Greece. 

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Featured Speaker

Georgios Kasselakis

Partner, Openfund

Mr. Georgios Kasselakis is Partner at Openfund, Greece's most active seed venture capital fund for the technology sector.

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Our Sponsors

EDF EN Hellas SA

EDF EN Hellas is now one of the largest investment companies in the Greek RES market and has managed in a few years to lift itself to the top of the wind energy market with 358 MW of net installed RES capacity.

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Investment Focus

Changes in regulation shall help restructuring Greek businesses: Investment opportunities are expected along the process.

Amidst many evident problems in Greece there are also positive developments, which should not be overlooked. Gradual changes to the legal framework for insolvencies and recapitalisations of banks open opportunities for companies to restructure their business and for creditors to improve their low expected recovery rate.

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