A joint event of the Central Asia-Caucasus Institute, the CAMCA Network and Rumsfeld Foundation
The post Covid-19 economic recovery should be driven by private sector development, and the process will require significant funding sources from different private sources. What are the regional potential sources of funding? What government policies could facilitate enhancement of these funding institutions? What are the opportunities for the foreign private funding institutions to join forces with the regional Players?
- Dr. Mamuka Tsereteli, Senior Fellow, Central Asia-Caucasus Institute
- Baurzhan Bektemirov, Chief Economist, Astana International Financial Center (AIFC) and Member of the Management Board of AIFC Authority
- Atabek Nazirov, Chairman, Capital Market Development Agency of Uzbekistan
- Nika Kurdiani, Deputy CEO, TBC Bank, Georgia
- Abdullo Kurbanov, Co-Founder and Chairman of the Board of Alif Capital, Tajikistan, CAMCA Network Member
- Irmuun Demberel, Vice President of the Mongolian Economic Cooperation Confederation, CAMCA Network Member
When: Wednesday, October 14, 2020 at 10am EDT
The event was livestreamed on the CAMCA Regional Forum Facebook Page and is also available down below
Only recently many considered large, integrated economic and political zones to be signs of the future. But the collapse of oil prices, the COVID-19 pandemic, and new forms of multipolarity are refocusing many on national needs and global rather than bloc developments. Given this, how does the Eurasian Economic Union look today? What is its future for members, and how should non-members regard it? This Forum will address these and related questions.
Stephen Blank, Foreign Policy Research Institute
Mamuka Tsereteli, Senior Fellow, Central Asia-Caucasus Institute at AFPC
Moderator: S. Frederick Starr, Chairman, Central Asia-Caucasus Institute at AFPC
When: Thursday, May 28, 2020 at 11am EDT