The CCCH cordially invites members and non-members to the first business breakfast of the year, which will take place on the 14th of February from 8.30 am to 11am at the offices of Concorde Értékpapír Zrt. (1123-Budapest, Alkotás u. 55-61).
Rising geopolitical tensions, including the Russian-Ukrainian war, the Israel-Hamas conflict, and the Taiwan-China conflict transforming shipping on the Red Sea. These are all hiding behind the spotlight on the 2024 elections in India, the UK, and the US. With such criteria, it is almost impossible to determine the global economic outlook for the year.
The Year of elections. Macroeconomic and capital market analysis will be the main topic of the breakfast, with a presentation by Tamás Móró, Lead Strategist at Concorde Értékpapír Zrt., and a roundtable discussion on how Hungary will be able to cope with such economic conditions.
The discussion will also feature Attila Vágó, Chief Investment Officer, MBH Asset Management and will be moderated by Csaba László, Honorary Professor at Corvinus University and former Finance Minister of Hungary.
Register now to participate at firstname.lastname@example.org or at www.ccch.hu/events
Member price: 13,500+VAT
Non-member price: 23,500+VAT
Breakfast, coffee and networking is included in the price.
The Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Hungary is an independent, non-profit organization founded in 1992. Based in Hungary, we provide a platform for developing commercial relationships between Canadian and Hungarian companies.
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