BBJ to organize conference on private banking

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The next event in the BBJ Events series, our conference on private banking will take place on November 23, 2006 at the Corinthia Grand Hotel Royal in Budapest.

The Budapest Business Journal is joining forces with the private banking branches of Hungarian banks to give an overview of investment trends and leading private banking products available for clients in Hungary and to discuss the new trends in guaranteed products, absolute return funds and insurances.
We will also take a look at the most important problems bankers and their clients face these days, including the risk presented by rising interest rates and a more volatile currency exchange rate. We will also invite representatives from alternative investment areas, such as real estate or artifacts and antiquities, and discuss what kind of special services private banking clients expect.

Tickets are still available in limited numbers. If you are interested, please contact BBJ Events. For further details and the planned program of the conference, click here.

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