Annual press release 2018
Annual press release 2017
Prague Should Dance the BREXIT Fandango
Jeremy Monk, AKRO investiční společnost, a.s.:
Prague is that shy girl sitting in the corner. She doesn’t realise she’s the prettiest girl in the room. As Paris, Frankfurt and Madrid strut their stuff and even Dublin, Warsaw and tiny Luxemburg show their moves; Prague has thus far refused to dance. The other European cities are, of course, all dancing the Brexit fandango: Seductively putting forward their credentials as a safe harbour for firms, especially professional service firms, relocating activities from London in response to Britain’s decision to leave the European Union (EU)....
AKAT Workshop in London: 20 years on the Czech capital market
The Czech Capital Market Association (AKAT CR) in cooperation with the Czech National Bank, the Ministry of Finance, the Prague Stock Exchange and under auspices of the State Secretary for European Affairs of the Czech Republic is organizing a workshop for capital market professionals at the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the Czech capital market. Date: Wednesday, 7th December 2016 from 15:00 to 18:00 Venue: European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), Broatgate, 1 Exchange Square, London EC2A 2JN More information please find in the attached invitation. For registration please send the attached invitation with filled booking form to firstname.lastname@example.org ....
Ministry of Finance of the CR - Report on Financial Market Developments in 2015
Ministry of Finance of the CR - Report on Financial Market Developments in 2014
Czech National Bank - Financial stability report 2014/2015
The Czech National Bank is pleased to present its eleventh Financial
Stability Report (FSR) to the public. The aim is to analyse and identify the
risks to the financial stability of the Czech Republic. This year’s FSR
focuses mainly on the risks that may arise in connection with
developments in global financial markets, the financing of property
purchases and the potential impacts of new regulations. Significant space
is devoted to macroprudential capital buffers in the banking sector and
instruments aimed at mitigating systemic risk....
Next Steps in Asset Management - Already on April 9th 2015 in Prague, Czech Republic
Capital market can significantly contribute to the development of the national economy. For its functioning, it needs the appropriate regulatory and fiscal conditions. Which are these and what will be the further development of capital markets and especially investment funds in the Czech Republic and Slovakia? These and other questions will be answered by leading experts from the market on the conference Next Steps in Asset Management. This year, John Carey - a man moving the world of investments for over 30 years will have a presentation at the conference Next Steps in Asset Management:
Czech National Bank - Financial stability report 2013/2014
Ministry of Finance of CR - Report on Financial Market Developments in 2013