• So far, every economic crisis of the last few decades has resulted in a huge surge of NPLs. How is 2021 any different?
• Why have the European Central Bank and European Banking Authority been so concerned with risk provisioning for NPLs for so many years – and even more so since the pandemic started? Is this problem solely confined to the European Union’s member states in southern Europe?
• How can NPLs be deleveraged efficiently? Do we need a pan-European NPL platform? Do we need a pan-European administration or liquidation authority?
These are the issues which Professor Christoph Schalast, Professor of Mergers & Acquisitions, Business Law and European Law at Frankfurt School, intends to address at a reporters’ roundtable on 15 June 2021. We cordially invite all interested members of the press to attend, and will send you a link to the virtual roundtable when you register for the event.
Credit and risk management: when can we expect the next wave of NPLs and how high will it be?
Reporters’ roundtable at Frankfurt School with Professor Christoph Schalast
Tuesday 15 June 2021 at 11:30 CEST
Please register for the roundtable by contacting Carolin Schwalme (email@example.com; +49 69 154 008-818).
Professor Schalast is also available to give interviews or contribute to discussions of the ongoing development of non-performing loans and the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on them in either English or German. If you are interested, please contact Carolin Schwalme, who will be happy to make the necessary arrangements, as follows: firstname.lastname@example.org (e-mail); +49 69 154 008 818 (telephone); +49 159 04579780 (mobile).
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The reporters’ roundtable will be held online, as a virtual event. To register for the event, please contact Carolin Schwalme (email@example.com ; +49 (0)69 154008 818; +49 (0)159 04579780), who will send you the link for the virtual meeting.
06/15/2021 11:30 - 06/15/2021 12:30
Economics / business administration, Politics
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