Rome Investment Forum 2018

Rome Investment Forum 2018


Data: 14/12/2018 - 15/12/2018

Ore: Tutto il giorno

Luogo: Scuderie di Palazzo Altieri - Via di Santo Stefano del Cacco, Roma


Descrizione dell’evento:

The Rome Investment Forum will take place in Rome on December 14th and 15th, two-days of conferences and roundtables about investments and growth in the European Union. The Forum at its 5th edition is organized by Federazione Banche Assicurazioni e Finanza (FeBAF) with the patronage of the European Commission and the European Parliament.

The goal of the event is that of gathering experts and representatives of national and supranational institutions, as well as experts of the financial, banking and insurance sector. As in the past editions, the event will be structured in three parts. The focus during the two days will be on Europe, the possible future scenario for the Union and its role in the changing international system. Sustainability and innovation, fintech and insurtech, and long-term investments will also be discussed.

Action Institute, with its President Carlotta de Franceschi, will take part in the event. The President of Action Institute will speak at the roundtable “New Patterns and Partnerships for Financing Infrastructure Investment” on Friday December 14th, starting at 11:15 a.m.


Carlotta de Franceschi, President, Action Institute
Dario Scannapieco, Vice President, European Investment Bank
Franco Bassanini, Executive Chairman, Open Fiber
Lorenzo Bini Smaghi, Chairman of Board of Directors, Société Générale
Giovanni Tria, Minister of Finance, Governo Italiano
Carlo Cottarelli, Direttore, Osservatorio dei Conti Pubblici Italiani



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