22nd German Banking Congress

22nd German Banking Congress

15.04.2021

by Julia Topar

The Corona pandemic has placed the strengths and weaknesses of Germany as a location firmly under the microscope. It has highlighted both the importance of sustainable economic activities and the necessity for European cooperation. As with any watershed moment, we now have a great opportunity for sustainable growth, for a successful start in a changed world. But a wealth of ideas and innovative spirit alone will not suffice as structural change, climate protection and new jobs will come at a price. How do you mobilise the required financial resources and what role will the banks play? Will they have to change to survive? What lessons have business and politics had to learn from the last 12 months? Can they make up their digital deficit and keep pace in a changed global environment? Is Europe able to face the challenge?

We look forward to discussing these and other topics with distinguished guests from politics and business. After the registration you can LogIn with your E-Mail-Adress and jump directly into our Livestream.

 

 

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