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    Baku hosts XII Bond Congress of CIS and Baltic countries

    The event is held with the organizational support of the Cbonds

    Baku. 21 May. REPORT.AZ/ Today Baku launches the next XII Bond Congress of CIS and Baltic countries. 

    Report informs, the number of members of Congress comes up to 350 people, including representatives of international banks, investment companies, infrastructure companies, etc.

    During the two-day event to be discussed issues of development of domestic bond markets in the Baltic countries, Russia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan and other CIS countries, as well as emerging markets Eurobond.

    On the first day of the forum are being held discussions on the theme "Economic development, financial system and the bond market of the Republic of Azerbaijan". On this topic with interesting presentations were made by representatives of Baku Stock Exchange, Xalq Bank, PSG Broker, and Standard Capital.

    Also on the subject of macroeconomic developments and prospects of the financial markets of the CIS countries were made by Sberbank CIB, the Moscow Stock Exchange, Baku State University.

    Then Congress continued with a presentation on the Eurobond market. At the forum heard presentations on the individual bond markets of Russia, Ukraine, Georgia, Belarus and Kazakhstan. At the same time, an opportunity to exchange views received by investors from different countries.

    In addition, the event will be held awarding ceremony in nominations Cbonds Awards CIS. At the end of the congress will be organized for visitors walking tour of the Old City.

    This event is held with the organizational support of the Cbonds.

    The Congress is helding for the 12th time. During this period, the participants visited Russia, Montenegro, Ukraine, Belarus, Azerbaijan, Lithuania, Latvia, and Kazakhstan.

    Congress has already held in Baku in 2007.

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