Lessons from the Greek Crisis with Yannis Stournaras

11:30am - 1:30pm / Monday 23rd March 2020
Type: Lecture / Category: Research
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  • Suitable for: Those with an interest in finance and global economies
  • Admission: Free to attend
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Keynote speaker Yannis Stournaras, Governor, Bank of Greece will discuss "Lessons from the Greek Crisis: Has the Eurozone become financially safer now?".

The talk will be followed with discussions from special guest Chris Giles, Economics Editor, the Financial Times.

Agenda
11:30-12:00: Registration and coffee.
12:00-13:30: Talk: 45 minutes talk by Yannis Stournaras, followed by a 15 minutes discussion by Chris Giles and 20 minutes of Questions and Answers.

To confirm your attendance, please register by 9 March 2020. Register to attend