“Under the Auspices of H.E. the President of the Hellenic Republic Mr. Prokopios Pavlopoulos”
The preparation of the 3rd International Conference organized by the Economic Chamber of Greece came at a time that Greece faced a series of challenges that needed to be surpassed in order to be led to economic growth. In the meanwhile, Europe was facing the challenge of a significant exit, which threatened to unfold surprising developments for the European Union. Sixty-nine years post the Schuman Declaration, which was intended to ensure unity in Europe, the Europe Day of 2019 arrived with a large question mark for the future of the European Union.
During the conference, our distinguished speakers provided valuable insights on the steps the country needed to take moving forward. How did the implementation of reforms affect market access? What was the role of the banking system in economic growth? How crucial were investments in the recovery process? Was the European Union destined for further integration or did Euroscepticism prevail?
All the above mentioned questions were asked in a conference entitled «The Greek Economy: Investments, the banking sector and market access», which took place on Europe Day, Thursday, May 9th 2019, at the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center (SNFCC).
The Economic Chamber of Greece is proud to announce the distinguished speakers that participated in the 3rd International Conference, which was held in May 2019.
(Click on the pictures below to view the resumes)
Kyriakos Mitsotakis, Official Opposition Leader & President of Nea Demokratia
Yiannis Dragasakis, Deputy Prime Minister of the Hellenic Republic, Minister of Economy & Development and State Deputy
Fofi Genimata, President of Kinima Allagis
Vangelis Meimarakis, Former Leader of Nea Demokratia, Former President of the Hellenic Parliament, Member of the European Parliament
Dimitrios Papadimoulis, Vice-President of the European Parliament, Ηead of SYRIZA delegation
Geoffrey R. Pyatt, U.S. Ambassador to the Hellenic Republic
Chris Allen, Resident Adviser in Athens, DG ECFIN, European Commission
Martin Czurda, Chief Executive Officer, Hellenic Financial Stability Fund (HFSF), Greece
Zsolt Darvas, Senior Fellow, Bruegel
Peter Dohlman, Mission Chief for Greece, International Monetary Fund
Michael Haliassos, Chair of Macroeconomics and Finance, Goethe University Frankfurt, Director of the CEPR Network on Household Finance
Peter Jacobs, Head of Investment Team for Greece, European Investment Bank (EIB)
Fokion Karavias, Chief Executive Officer, Eurobank Ergasias S.A.
Riccardo Lambiris, Chief Executive Officer, Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund
Socrates Lazaridis, Chief Executive Officer, Athens Exchange Group
Christos Megalou, Chief Executive Officer, Executive Board Member of the Board of Directors, Piraeus Bank S.A.
Costas Michaelides, Chair of the Board of Directors, National Bank of Greece
Theodoros Mitrakos, Deputy Governor of the Bank of Greece
Dmitry Pankin, President and Chairman of the Board of Directors, Black Sea Trade and Development Bank
Nick Papandreou, Democratic Coalition
Artemis C. Theodoridis, Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Alpha Bank
Katerina Panagopoulou, Anchorwoman, Star Channel- Athens Voice Editorial Team
Nikos Chatzinikolaou, President, Athens Daily Newspaper Publishers’ Association (A.D.N.P.A.), Publisher Realnews
Dionysios Chionis, Professor of Economics, Department of Economics, Democritus University of Thrace
Nena Malliara, Journalist, Capital.gr
Vassilis Monastiriotis, Associate Professor of Political Economy, European Institute, London School of Economics
Babis Papadimitriou, Journalist
The 3rd International Conference of the Economic Chamber of Greece took place at the brand new Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center (SNFCC).
The SNFCC is located 4.5 km south of the center of Athens, on the edge of Faliro Bay, overlooking the Saronic Gulf. Designed by world known architect, Renzo Piano, the SNFCC consists of three main pillars; the Greek National Opera (GNO), the National Library of Greece (NLG) and the 210,000 sq.m. Stavros Niarchos park. The GNO and the NLG are hosted in the SNFCC Visitors Center.
The 3rd International Conference will be held in Room “Estiatorio”, which is on level 5A of the Greek National Opera building (GNO). The Greek National Opera building is accessed:
- From Pisitratou & Sachtouri Streets (entrance for the Parking of the SNFCC after the roundabout), through turning right after entering the Visitors Center Lobby (number 20 on the map).
- From all other entrances, enter the Visitor Center from the Agora (number 14 on the map) and turn left right after entering the Visitors Center Lobby (number 20 on the map).
The SNFCC is a landmark for the city of Athens, with a strong cultural identity, a serene and inspirational environment and a plethora of amenities, making it ideal for high standard scientific events.
How to get there
The Stavros Niarhos Foundation Cultural Center (SNFCC) has five main entrances, which are open for those who wish to walk to the venue. Those are:
- Evripidou & Doiranis Streets (entrance for the SNFCC Visitors Center)
- Evripidou & Irakleous Streets
- Evripidou & Dimosthenous Streets (entrance for the Running Track)
- Pisitratou & Sachtouri Streets (entrance for the Parking of the SNFCC after the roundabout)
- Esplanade Pedestrian Bridge
Keep driving on Mikras Asias Avenue, which is renamed to New Posidonos Avenue, towards Kallithea.
As soon as you get off the New Posidonos Avenue keep straight on the Old Posidonos Avenue towards Palaio Faliro and turn left on Epaminonda Street.
Continue straight and two blocks later turn right on Pisistratou Street. Continue straight until the roundabout, where you will find the entrance for the SNFCC underground parking.
From Athens – Andrea Syngrou Avenue:
Drive on Andrea Syngrou Avenue towards Glyfada – Piraeus.
As you reach the end of Syngrou Avenue take the exit to Pireaus on your left and then turn right at the entrance of the SNFCC.
Drive on the roundabout and take the first exit towards the entrance for the SNFCC parking.
From Posidonos Avenue (Glyfada) – South Suburbs:
Follow Posidonos Avenue and when you reach the Faliron Delta (where Posidonos Avenue meets Syngrou Avenue) keep left towards Piraeus.
Stay on the right and take the first exit, which leads to the roundabout of the SNFCC’s parking space.
By Bus or by Metro & Bus
From the Center of Athens
Lines Β2, 550: These lines pass through the metro station Syggrou Fix where you can change means of transport. Getting off at the “Onasseio” stop on Syggrou Avenue southbound, head south in the direction of the sea, up to Evripidou Street (junction with Syngrou Avenue by-lane).
Lines A1, B1, 130, 217, 860: Getting off at the “Tzitzifies” stop on Ethnarchou Makariou Avenue. Move on the avenue towards Glyfada, then left onto Epaminontas Street and finally right onto Pisistratou Street.
- 130: Piraeus – Nea Smyrni (Tzitzifies Stop from Piraeus; Delta Stop to Piraeus)
- 217: Piraeus – Dafni Station (Tzitzifies Stop from Piraeus; Delta Stop to Piraeus)
- 550: Kifissia – Palaio Faliro (Evgenideio Stop, Syggrou Avenue northbound, Onassio Stop southbound)
- 860: Palaio Faliro – Schisto (Tzitzifies Stop from Piraeus; Delta Stop to Piraeus)
- Α1: Piraeus – Voula (Tzitzifies Stop from Piraeus; Delta Stop to Piraeus)
- Β2: Academia – Agios Kosmas (Evgenideio Stop, Syggrou Avenue northbound, Onasseio Stop southbound)
- Β1: Piraeus – Ano Glyfada (Tzitzifies Stop from Piraeus; Delta Stop to Piraeus)
From the “Τzitzifies ” station, walk towards the Navarhou Votsi street and then turn right at Pististratou street. All the way straight and after you walk through the roundabout, you will find the entrance of the SNFCC parking.
Take line 10 from Chalandri Square to the Epaminonda stop. Walk towards Pisistratou and Sahtouri street and you will find the entrance of the SNFCC.
By the SNFCC Shuttle Bus
For information on the SNFCC shuttle bus please follow the link: https://www.snfcc.org/you-the-snfcc/how-to-get-here/
Contact information for sponsorships:
213 214 1810 & 213 214 1881