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Minister of Finance and Economy Jean Castellini has presented the economic attractiveness of the Principality to more than a hundred financial experts from across the globe.
The Central Banks Seminar was held in Monaco on Wednesday, during which the government spoke of the specifics that make it an attractive country economically and an attractive financial centre.
“The Monegasque economy is based on a virtuous model, where the safety and stability of the environment are synonymous with trust in residents and international investors which contribute to the growth and sustainability of the economic model, and ultimately to the balance of public finances,” said Mr Castellini.
Organised by Crédit Agricole Corporate & Investment Bank (Crédit Agricole CIB), the three-day seminar is addressing various topics including investment opportunities, green finance, and future markets.
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Company news will pick up pace this week, with fourth-quarter earnings being published for more than 800 companies. That said, key macro data and economic news will also remain on investors’ watch list.
The Monegasque Department of Labour is taking its commitment to the Extended Monaco programme to the next level with a restructured system for employees and job seekers.
The Monaco Economic Board (MEB) made its first foray into Portugal last week, looking to sign on potential business partners and investors.
Monaco’s National Council President Stéphane Valeri has had his first meeting of the year with the press and took the opportunity to review the successes of 2019 and to present upcoming plans for 2020.