Events | 10 May 2007 - 11 May 2007 | Budva

EFSE Annual Meeting 2007

Responsible Finance: Governors' Panel

Social Responsibility in Microfinance

History, Structure and Performance of EFSE

EFSE Annual Meeting Presentation

Track A: Capital Market Development

Role of structured finance operations for financial sectors in transition countries

Model case: First true sale in Southeast Europe: ProCredit Bulgaria (Godemann/ProCredit Holding)

Does the fight for market share discourage securitisation? (Nadasan/Banca Transilvania)

SIFEM's experience with structured finance (Achini/SIFEM)

Opportunities and challenges of structured finance in Southeast Europe (Habel/KfW)

Lessons learnt in local currency financing and the new approach TCX (Duyverman/FMO)

IFC‘s experience in local currency finance (Ahmed/IFC)

The first bond issuance in Moldova (Musteatsa/ MAIB Leasing)

Challenges of local currency financing from an MVI viewpoint

Track B: Market Potentials and Products

Role of housing finance in Southeast Europe (Gurdal/IFC)

Housing finance in Macedonia (Tasevski/IK Banka)

Experience with mortgage lending in Kosovo (Selimi/New Bank of Kosovo)

Experience with housing finance in Moldova (Polustanova/MAIB)

Impact study on housing finance in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Kosovo (Dauskardt/IHS)

Strategy of IFC for Energy Efficiency Finance (Karner/ IFC)

Energy efficiency Hungary - How to renovate hundreds of blockhouses (Kerekes/Raiffeisen Hungary)

Energy efficiency financial products and development in CEE and Hungary (Aniko Dobi-Rozsa/GreenMax Capital Advisors)

Track C: Transformation and Integration of MFIs

The legal framework in Montenegro and in Serbia (Amosson/Agroinvest)

The forthcoming microfinance law in Kosovo (Greenwood/Finca Kosovo)

Transformation options and challenges (Khalaf)

Is there a need for a special regulatory framework for Microfinance? (Terberger/ KfW)

Difficulties of transformation and solutions (Kuno/Zappia/EBRD)

EFSE‘s role in MFI capacity building (Ramm/Intercooperation)

Challenges of transforming into a bank (Flintham/Opportunity Bank)

Recent developments in the microfinance sector of Bosnia and Herzegovina and challenges for capacity development (Soko/ EFSE Bankakademie)

The Private Investors' Perspective

The Private Investor's Perspective (Kallausch/Sal Oppenheim Austria)

The Private Investor's Perspective (Sasse/Deutsche Bank)

The Private Investor's Perspective (Carpenter/Crédit Coopératif)

Agenda

EFSE Annual Meeting 2007




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