Coface Organizes Risk Conference on April 19

Coface country risk conference will be held for the fifth time. This year it is dedicated to the issue of increasing the competitiveness of companies in the course of the fourth industrial revolution. It will be held on April 19 in Sofia Hotel Balkan and is expected to attract many managers, entrepreneurs, financial and risk specialists and representatives of state institutions. AmCham members have 10% discount from the registration fee.

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The program includes several plenary lectures and two panel discussions devoted to the role of data automation and predictive analytics for business and the development of three important modern sectors – transport, logistics and energy. Traditionally, the chief economist of Coface CEE will review and analysis of country-risk and Milena Videnova, manager of Coface Bulgaria will provide hot data risks by sector.

Among the speakers who will participate in the conference and panel discussions are  opinion leaders, entrepreneurs and as Levon Hampartzoumian, Aurlien Breton, Krassen Stanchev, Lyubomir Datsov, Miroslav Vitchev, Margarita Petrova-Karidi, Jean-Marie Demange, Ivan Hinovski, Mariana Hristova, Ivaylo Slavov, Plamen Dilkov and others. The confirmation of the Minister of Economy Assoc. Prof. Theodor Sedlarski is also expected.

Coface Country Risk conferences are being organized for over 20 years in over 20 countries worldwide. These events have established themselves as important socio-economic forums that discuss global issues and propose strategic solutions and new ideas in economics. Covered subjects are the important and relevant – role of financial institutions for economic development, growth prospects, global economic trends, export strategies and others. A number of influential personalities, including Jean-Claude Trichet, Christine Lagarde, Erhard Busek, Pascal Lamy, Nouriel Roubini and others have been lecturers.

We expect the conference in Bulgaria this year to attend around 150 opinion leaders – executives and CFOs of leading companies, representatives of institutions, multinational businesses, small and medium-sized companies, industry and employers’ organizations, NGOs and media.