Despite ongoing crises in Europe, the high yield asset class is performing well and the outlook for the market is very positive. Corporates continue to diversify their funding sources away from traditional bank loans and the wall of refinancing still looms, creating a very healthy pipeline of deals.
The 3rd Annual European High Yield Bond Conference will be your chance to hear firsthand how the European high yield bond market is evolving and growing and most importantly where opportunities will lie. This conference will be perfectly timed to discuss the issues within the market, as well as the opportunities ahead.
Join us in London and benefit from:
Top level networking with European and International players during networking breaks, lunches and a drinks reception
Expert insight from high quality industry speakers from across the deal chain
Discussions on the opportunities in the market with a wide array of traditional and non-traditional high yield investors
See what 2012’s delegates had to say:
"Excellent overview of the business and the issues facing the high yield capital markets" Eden Riche, Investec
"Expert level coverage of major European HY trends" Michael Dunn, Norton Rose LLP
"Fantastic - a great look through the high yield market and everyone in the European high yield market" Liz Salter, Linklaters"
"A valuable, worth attending conference! Many subtle details that make the difference have been communicated" Berthelot Phillipe, Natixis Asset Management
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