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romano prodi to address pan european congress

Former Italian prime minister Romano Prodi will address next month’s Expert Investor Europe Pan-European Congress

Professor Prodi will be the third keynote speaker at the conference, following Dr Axel Weber in 2012, and former Greek prime minister George Papandreou in 2013.

Biography: Romano Prodi

2006-2008: Prime minister of Italy

2005: President of the “Unione” coalition

1999-2004: President of the European Commission

1996-1998: Prime minister of Italy

1995: Founder of the “Ulivo” coalition

1971-1999: Professor of industrial organisation and industrial policy, University of Bologna

He will draw on both his academic economics background and his political experience – which has been at the highest level (see biography) – to give his insights on the state of the world today, and to try to answer the impossible question: what will happen next?

Professor Prodi will be joined at the event by high-profile fund managers from Aberdeen Asset Management, Argonaut, BlackRock, BNY Mellon, Henderson Global Investors, Kames Capital, Legg Mason Global Asset Management, M&G Investments, Mirabaud Asset Management, Nordea, Old Mutual Global Investors, Pictet, Schroders and Standard Life Investments.

To register your interest in attending the EIE Pan-European Congress on 26-28 March, please contact Ilyes Bdioui at ilyes.bdioui@lastwordmedia.com, or by calling +44 20 7382 4470.

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