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Thu, Feb 01


Technopolis Ozas BETA

Capital Markets, Financial Markets And M&A

Viktorija Trimbel, Managing Director of Coinvest Capital, will present "Early-stage Risk Capital. Opportunities and How to Use Them" at the 14th annual round-table discussion on "Capital Markets, Financial Markets And M&A".

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Capital Markets, Financial Markets And M&A
Capital Markets, Financial Markets And M&A

Time & Location

Feb 01, 2024, 12:00 PM – 5:30 PM GMT+2

Technopolis Ozas BETA, J. Balčikonio g. 3, 08247 Vilnius, Lithuania

About the event

Event is ticketed at 84 EUR (special price of 64 EUR for members of the organising Chambers of Commerce)


Estonian Chamber of Commerce in Lithuania together with the Norwegian-Lithuanian and Polish-Lithuanian Chambers of Commerce, law firm Noewe Legal (former PRIMUS Legal Advisors) kindly invite you to the 14th annual discussion Capital Markets, Financial Markets and M&A. How Long Will Recession Last?

Date: 1 February 2024, 12:00–17:30

Location: Technopolis Beta, J. Balčikonio g. 3, Vilnius (hall Šatrijos Ragana)

About Event

It is an annual event dedicated to the decision makers from financial sector who wish to get a comprehensive overview of the market in the Baltic and neighboring countries. Since 2009 the event brings together investment professionals, combining the topics on the capital markets, financial markets and M&A in the Baltic countries.

This conference will offer discussions about the directions and needs of the Baltic capital markets with high-level experts and participants from the leading financial companies. They will include considerations and recommendations in evaluation of investment opportunities and making decisions.

How Long Will Recession Last? “It seems that not much has to happen to push the eurozone into recession”, say some experts, while the others claim „It is almost sure we are going to have a recession by the year-end.” Still others try to convince us “The downturn will be mild, as recessions go, but a recession nonetheless”. It’s obvious that EU economy struggles to recover from the consecutive crises caused by the coronavirus pandemic and Russia’s ongoing war against Ukraine, both of which exposed frailties in the bloc’s supply chains, energy market and global dependencies. How the eurozone economy contraction will reflect on the capital markets, financial markets and M&A in the Baltic countries? Will the downturn be mild for investors?

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