25 September | London
Charting Poland’s Future:
Spotlight on Growth & Innovation
As the first Central and Eastern European country to be upgraded by ratings agencies from Emerging Market to Developed Market, Poland is serving as a model for other nations to follow. Behind an aggressive crackdown on tax fraud, growing private sector investment, a decline in public debt and a combination of record low unemployment and high consumer confidence, Polish GDP has seen significant growth over the past year.
Poland’s strong and effectively managed economy has made it a target for investors. So, what are the keys to sustaining growth for Poland? What are the implications for investors in the ascension in market status? How can the Polish government continue to build successful public-private partnerships? What macro-economic forces are working for and against continued growth? And, what do small and medium sized Polish companies need to scale globally?
Drawing on a deep well of data analysis and a commitment to up-to-the-minute, market-moving news, Bloomberg will convene top experts, analysts, investors and news makers to explore these questions and more as we look at the future of the Polish markets.
September 25 - Tuesday
Registration & Networking Breakfast
Keynote: The Journey from Emerging Market to Developed Market
Understanding & Capitalizing on Developed Market Status
Poland's upgrade to developed market status represents an acknowledgement of the progress of the Polish economy and capital markets, but with this change come big challenges and risks. This panel will discuss how Poland's reclassification will change the way it operates and how the country and its investors can best insulate themselves against the ensuing volatility.
Bloomberg Intelligence Presentation - The Pros and Cons of Poland's Upgrade
Lessons learned from other Emerging Market upgrades, this century.
Equity Research Analyst, Bloomberg Intelligence
The View from the C-Suite
Facilitating the level of change and growth observed in Poland has been no easy feat. CEO's from the largest and fastest growing companies share lessons learned from their journeys. How have they grown their companies? How can they continue to draw in capital and scale globally? They'll discuss current limitations and future opportunities, and what their strategic focus should be moving forward.