Workshop: 5° Italian Mini-Bond Industry Report
Feb 27
Workshop: 5° Italian Mini-Bond Industry Report Location: Building BL.28 Politecnico di Milano (Aula Carassa-Dadda), Campus Bovisa Via Lambruschini 4 – Milano, Italy Duration: 10:30am-1:30pm
In 2018 the number of mini-bond issues in Italy reached a new record level. More and more SMEs and financial advisors consider this new financing instrument as an interesting alternative to bank loans
The presentation of the new Italian mini-bond industry report published by Politecnico di Milano is the most relevant event in the Country, to analyse the state-of-the-art in the market.
This year the roundtable will be devoted to the topic of mini-bond placement on the market and to the different categories of investors that may be involved, after the new regulation provisions allowing Internet crowdfunding portals to sell mini-bonds to professional investors. We will discuss if this is a prelude to the opening of the market to retail investors, and if this new provision will increase the efficiency of the ecosystem.

Programme
  • Opening remarks  
  • Presentation of the report (Giancarlo Giudici, scientific coordinator of the mini-bond observatory, Politecnico di Milano) 
  • Roundtable: “Mini-bond placement. Will the Internet be the future?”
With:
Massimo Bianchi (EPIC SIM)
Simone Brugnera (Banca Finint)
Diomidis Dorkofikis (Foresight Group)
Leonardo Frigiolini (F&P Frigiolini & Partners Merchant)
Anna Marucci (Borsa Italiana) 
Diego Pelizzari (Mediocredito Trentino-Alto Adige)
Roberto Percoco (Orrick)
Emilio Troiano (ADB Corporate Advisory)
Stefania Peveraro (BeBeez.it)   
  • Light lunch and networking
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Source: https://www.som.polimi.it/event/presentazione-5-report-italiano-sui-mini-bond/ 

 
 
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