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Bonds, Loans & Sukuk Turkey 2021 – Virtual Conference

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500+ Senior Attendees | 60+ Expert Speakers | 250+ Sovereign, Corporate & FI Borrowers 20% Regional & International Banks | 2,100+ Capital Markets Contacts Available to Network with Online

Turkey’s leading virtual credit markets conference will be held on our Bonds & Loans online platform in 2021, meaning you are able to connect with even more C-level decision-makers than you would at a physical conference in less time.

This is the only event where you can:

Access 500+ of the most senior government, regulator, investor, banker and corporate decision-makers in Turkey at one time Setup an unlimited number of virtual meetings with participants via our 1-2-1 networking platform Gain exclusive behind-the-scenes insights from 60+ Turkish credit market leaders speaking on our panels Ask expert speakers your questions directly in our speakers’ corner meetings Macroeconomic outlook: Taking Turkey’s economic temperature post-health crisis and beyond How to access the international markets despite slowing GDP, rising inflation and ratings pressure Underwriting and syndicating loans in Turkey: Who is lending, at what price and on what terms? Extend, refinance or restructure: How companies can continue to manage liabilities and repayment obligations through the pause in economic activity Green, social and sustainable: Can

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