CREFC Europe to run European NPL after work seminar next week

CREFC Europe is hosting a seminar next Wednesday which will explore the European non-performing loan (NPL) portfolio market.

CREFC EUThe focus of the ‘After Work Seminar’ will be to update delegates on developments in the market one year on from the first in the series last autumn.

The event, which will be held at the offices of Reed Smith, The Broadgate Tower, 20 Primrose Street, London on Wednesday 27 November, will be moderated by Reed Smith partner, Tamara Box. Panellists comprise:

  • Jim O’Leary, Director, Capita Asset Services
  • Stefan Jaeger, Senior Vice President, Colony Capital
  • Jonathan Braidley, Director, Marathon Asset Management
  • Mathieu Roland-Billecart, Partner, Ernst & Young LLP

Panellists will discuss:

  • What is a NPL?
  • When is a loan considered to be an NPL?
  • Who is buying NPLs and why?
  • What is the outlook for European NPL portfolios
  • The performance of NPLs
  • Increasing appetite among investors on both sides of the Atlantic for European NPL product
  • What to do if your loan is in an NPL pool
  • Exit strategies for the loans
  • Regulatory and accounting uncertainty – The impact on NPLs
  • Is more product waiting in the wings? – The future NPL pipeline

Schedule:

17:30 – 18:00 – Registration

18:00 – 19:15 – Presentation/Discussion

Followed by a networking reception

This event is CPD accredited.

To see the full agenda please click here and to register online please click here.

And for any queries please contact Hannah Liebing or call either direct on +44 (0)20 3651 5568.

jwallace@costar.co.uk

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