NPL Europe 2016 conference comes to London this March

A two-day summit will take place this March in London focusing on the non-performing loan (NPL) market bringing together investment banks, distressed funds, bad banks, debt purchasers and servicers from all over Europe.

NPL Europe 2016 Spring 3Taking place at the Montcalm Hotel in the centre of London on 9-10 of March, this third edition of SmithNovak’s NPL Europe conference is already on track to surpass last year’s event in which over 250 distressed debt professionals from across Europe attended.

Currently, the speaker line-up includes some of the biggest players in the financial industry including representatives of Unicredit, CarVal, JP Morgan, Goldman Sachs, Sankaty, Davidson Kempner, Situs and many more.

According to Cushman & Wakefield’s Corporate Finance team, transaction levels of up to €80bn – based on current live and planned deals – are expected in 2016, virtually level with 2015’s record year of €86bn of deals.


  • An update on wind-down from Europe’s Bad banks
  • A discussion of opportunities & challenges from a sell-side perspective
  • Interactive panel discussion with leading Investors
  • A special session examining funding options of NPL transactions
  • One-to-one meetings supported by an intelligent web-based App

In addition, there will be separate breakout sessions on the three key asset types:  CRE, Corporate & SME loans and Residential loans. There will also be separate regional panels focusing on Southern Europe, Northern Europe and Central & Eastern Europe.

For more information, visit SmithNovak’s web at, or request a brochure at

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