3rd PCS European Symposia (2024-2025) (past)

After the success of the 2nd Annual PCS Symposia Series, we are very pleased to announce that the 3rd Annual PCS Symposia Series, intriguingly entitled, ‘Securitisation, Europe’s Categorical Imperative’, will be launching in September 2024. 

For many, securitisation has been seen as a useful addition to the banking toolbox. A means to help European banks manage their capital and maybe boost their profitability. A way to make European banks competitive with their transatlantic brethren. But in the increasingly unforgiving geopolitical environment in which Europe, and the world, finds itself, facing immense challenges such as the climate crisis and the visible ebbing support for globalisation and free trade, we will seek to explain how securitisation is no longer a “nice to have” niche product but a categorical imperative for Europeans if we are to have a decent chance at facing up to the challenges before us. This, we will do with facts, figures and a line of reasoning that goes straight, but not necessarily straightforwardly, from the needs to increase both bank lending and capital markets, the twin channels of European finance to a revitalised securitisation market.

Registration will be opening for confirmed events in June 2024.

Confirmed dates:

  • 4th September: Nordics (Helsinki) in association with Waselius and Vinge
  • 17th September: Warsaw in association with DLA Piper
  • 26th September: Athens in association with HFSF and Clifford Chance
  • 8th October: Milan in association with A&O Shearman
  • 5th February: Madrid in association with Cuatrecasas

Watch this space for dates for:

  • October 2024: Brussels
  • January 2025: Dublin in association with A&L Goodbody
  • January 2025: Amsterdam in association with NautaDutilh
  • Feburary 2025: London in association with A&O Shearman
  • March 2025: Lisbon in association with VdA
  • March 2025: Luxembourg 
  • April 2025: Frankfurt in association with Clifford Chance
  • April 2025: Paris
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