Moscow Exchange and Renaissance Capital to host Russian investment forum in London
Moscow Exchange and Renaissance Capital will convene the annual Moscow Exchange Forum: London Session at the Langham Hotel on 16-17 October 2019. The event will bring together more than 300 representatives of the global financial community.
The first day of the event, 16 October, will be dedicated to one-on-one meetings between institutional investors and representatives of leading Russian companies. On 17 October, Moscow Exchange will present its corporate strategy for the next five years followed by the traditional international investment conference.
During the first panel session, representatives of the economic block of the Russian Government, the Bank of Russia and global investment funds will discuss Russia’s macroeconomic outlook and recent trends in the equity market. Speakers will include Deputy Minister of Finance Alexei Moiseev and Deputy Minister of Economic Development Polina Badasen. Oleg Vyugin, Chairman of the Moscow Exchange Supervisory Board, will moderate the panel.
The second panel, moderated by Maria Gordon, independent director at Moscow Exchange, ALROSA and Polyus, will hear remarks from leading international investors on investment ideas for the Russian market.
The third panel session will cover the convergence between offline and online retail models, particularly between brick-and-mortar retail and e-commerce. Speakers will include senior executives from MTS, Lenta, M.Video and other leading Russian retailers. Petr Molchanov, Head of Investment Banking - Russia and the CIS at Renaissance Capital, will moderate the discussion.
The Moscow Exchange Forum is the premier annual event in the UK dedicated to Russia’s capital markets. It is hosted by Moscow Exchange to update the investment community on the state of the Russian economy, highlight trading opportunities and bring Russian companies to the attention of institutional investors. In addition to London, Moscow Exchange hosts MOEX Forums in key financial centers worldwide including New York and Shanghai.