The virtual conference "International Bonds, Loans and Derivatives-Russia and the CIS 2021" was held
Tashkent, Uzbekistan (UzDaily.com) -- On 3 March, Deputy Minister of Finance of the Republic of Uzbekistan Odilbek Isakov took part in the virtual conference “International Bonds, Loans and Derivatives – Russia and the CIS 2021”, organized by GFC Media Group.
This online conference was attended by representatives of the Ministries of finance and enterprises of Slovenia, Serbia and the CIS countries, as well as international investors, banks, financial organizations, rating agencies and law firms.
At this conference, the issues of financing enterprises and organizations of the CIS countries during the coronavirus pandemic were discussed
"GFC Media Group", operating in London, UK, was founded in 2009, the main mission of the organization is to organize various conferences in the field of finance and investment, thereby improving investor relations.
The conference was attended by such major banks as “Raiffeisen Bank International”, “Commerzbank”, “Credit Agricole”, “Societe Generale”, “Goldman Sachs”, major investment companies “Amundi Asset Management”, “Apollo Global Management”, “Fusion Asset Management”, international rating agency “Fitch Ratings”, “Delo”, “Eurochem”, “Gazprom Neft”, “GV Gold”, such large companies as “Magnitogorsk Iron&Steel works”, “Metalloinvest”, “Severstal”, “Segezha group” and "Tatneft" , as well as such reputable law firms as "White&Case" and " Allen & Overi".
During the conference, the Ministry of Finance presented the following topics:
* Reforms implemented during 2020 and planned for 2021;
* Macroeconomic indicators for 2020 and prospects for 2021;
* Public debt dynamics and fiscal policy;
* participation of national and local issuers in international capital markets;
* The importance of government securities in the development of the local capital market.
It should be noted that the regular presentation at such conferences of information on effective measures and ongoing reforms aimed at ensuring macroeconomic stability in our country will further strengthen relations with international investors and banks.
At the same time, in the future, the ground will be prepared for the issuance of international bonds, attracting international investors to the capital market of Uzbekistan, and the privatization of state-owned banks and enterprises through IPOs.