44th BACEE Banking Conference

October 21, 2022 | Hungary

44th BACEE Banking Conference
Please mark your calendar for our upcoming 44th BACEE Banking Conference organised this time in hybrid format on 21 October 2022. MAIN THEMES: Economy and banking sector overview of the CEE/SEE countries Impact of the war in Ukraine on the CEE/SEE region The regulatory environment of CEE/SEE banking ESG / Green Finance Digitalisation, data management in the banking sector – where are we? Bank CEO Roundtable – Main challenges and opportunities for the region’s banks today New products and solutions in the CEE/SEE banking sector – could we become an innovation hub? Update on Trade Finance AML, compliance and cyber risk management – is our region less exposed? Payments, cards, CBDC, blockchain, moving to the cloud – what’s new? Live broadcast from CEE/SEE capitals The Conference is FREE - both in-person and online - for banks’ delegates from CEE/SEE countries and BACEE Member Banks. We look forward to meeting you – hopefully in person – in Budapest. If you cannot travel, you can still follow the event online, as the conference will be organised in a hybrid format.

Spotlight

Both the U.S. economic and real estate cycles are now past the halfway point in their recoveries and uncertainty is rising due to geopolitical and economic turmoil, most of which is concentrated abroad. The U.S. economy is set to grow approximately 2.0% this year, positioning real estate fundamentals and valuations to ride the recent momentum of robust rent growth and falling vacancy rates into 2016. The real estate cycle is maturing as it enters its later stages. Yet, the relative strength of the U.S. economy and rising capital flows should support U.S. real estate values throughout this cycle and into the next. Later cycle behavior has prompted us to take an equally candid look at risk as well as longer term investment opportunities.


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