Economy and Development Minister Dimitri Papadimitriou will hold meetings with senior executives from more than 30 leading asset management companies within the framework of the annual Athens Stock Exchange investment conference in London on September 20 and 21.
The minister will meet with representatives of BlackRock and Invesco, which manage 5.7 trillion dollars and 906 billion dollars, respectively, as well as Goldman Sachs, Lansdowne (35.8 billion dollars), and GLG (31 billion dollars).
He will also meet with Stormharbour Securities (30 million dollars) and M & G Investments (281.5 billion pounds sterling, which recently invested 60 million euros in Grivalia Hospitality) and Sabal Financial Group (8.2 billion euros in managed funds), Amia Capital (500 million dollars), Admiral Gestion (1.9 billion dollars), Anchorage Capital (27 billion dollars), VR Capital (2 billion dollars), and Oceanwood Capital Management (3.2 billion dollars).
His agenda also includes meetings with senior executives from Raiffeisen Capital Management (31.7 billion euros), Attestor Capital LLP (2 billion pounds) and HSBC Trinkaus & Burkhardt (251 billion euros), as well as LMR (600 million dollars), Lyras Financial, Melqart, but also Polygon Global Partners and Tetragon of TFG Asset Management (20 billion dollars).
In addition, he will have meetings with S. W. Mitchell Capital (1.5 billion euros), Värde Partners (10 billion euros), OxFORD Asset Management (13 billion euros), Amber Capital (1.6 billion dollars), CapeView (2.3 billion dollars), Dalton Strategic Partnership (1.5 billion dollars), Letterrone, BAPIML, BlueCrest (8 billion dollars), EMA Advisors (1.1 billion dollars), Fintech Advisory Inc., Hosking Partners LLP, Baupost Group and Reed Smith.