Macroeconomic Outlook of UniCredit for Central and Eastern Europe and Bulgaria

LESSONS FROM 2020 FOR 2021

Macroeconomic Outlook of UniCredit for Central and Eastern Europe and Bulgaria

30 November 2020, 15 - 17 h | CISCO Webex

 

UniCredit Bulbank will share its macroeconomic outlook about the upcoming trends in 2021 based on the lessons that we learnt from 2020. We can say a lot about 2020, but what is certain is that in a short period of time the world has transformed beyond the boldest predictions. Now, being socially distanced, we are even more connected than ever and ready to find out if the current situation is only a short term challenge or it will bring winners in the long run.

 

Key insights:

How will the recovery of the CEE countries go? Where will Bulgaria stand? Will the lifestyle get worse? Are there any winners from the crisis caused by COVID-19?

 

We would like to share with you the expert vision and profound knowledge of

  • Dan Bucsa, Chief CEE Economist at UniCredit
  • Kristofor Pavlov, Chief Economist at UniCredit Bulbank.

 

With the special participation of Teodora Petkova, Chairman of the MB and CEO, UniCredit Bulbank

We will not forget to ask for the point of view of the business in order to find out how the new business models and what is their advantage.

Host of the event: Raluca Popescu, MB Member and Head of Corporate, Investment and Private Banking, UniCredit Bulbank.

 

Registration: here till 25.11 by 17:00h

The link to attend will be provided on 27.11.

Live questions can be asked on Webex chat or via sli.do with code #macro2021

Language: English (by request, a simultaneous interpretation in Bulgarian will be provided via phone conference line)

 

More information:

Dilyana Stoyanova, Senior Manager Corporate Giving and Events, UniCredit Bulbank

+ 359 894 501796 | dilyana.stoyanova(@)unicreditgroup.bg

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