Rome Investment Forum, a convention on growth in Europe
More investments, completion of the Banking Union, rapid implementation of the Unione dei Mercati dei Capitali [Union of Capital Markets] (UMC), central role of the institutional investors, greater attention to the small and medium companies, push on infrastructures, innovation and sustainability. Six priorities for growth in Europe emerged during the 2018 Rome Investment Forum, organised yesterday and today by the FeBAF, the Bank, Insurance and Finance Federation, in cooperation with Cattolica Assicurazioni.
The Forum, now in its fifth edition, was attended by 90 speakers and over 400 participants, including the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Enzo Moavero Milanesi, the member of the Supervisory Board of the ECB, Ignazio Angeloni, the Economist Carlo Cottarelli, the Chairman of Intesa SanPaolo, Gian Maria Gros-Pietro and the Chairman of Confindustria Vincenzo Boccia. Attending for Cattolica were the Chief Executive Officer Alberto Minali, the Director of the Technical Area and Operations Valter Trevisani and the Chief Investment Officer Massimo di Tria.