Mazars to sponsor the NPL Europe 2018 conference in London

Mazars is proud to announce that we are a sponsor at SmithNovak’s pan-European Non-Performing Loans conference taking place on 8-9 of March 2018 in London.


With an estimated €900 billion of NPLs remaining on the books of European Banks,  continuing distress in the Banking system, increasing regulatory pressure and new signs of economic growth, 2018 is expected to be another year of record NPL transactions.

Representing the flag-ship event for the pan-European Non-Performing Loans market, the 7th edition of ‘NPL Europe’ will bring together 300+ delegates from more than 30+ countries including key Investors, Originators, Servicers and Advisors.

For more information on the programme and to register, click here .   

Event Details

NPL Europe 2018 spring conference
8-9 of March 2018
Radisson Blu Portman hotel, London                                     


Our expert, Pasquale Urselli, will join a panel on Friday 9th March to discuss deals momentum 2018, addressing the following topics:

  • Which key factors are driving Investment decisions in 2018-19 and what are the main obstacles?
  • How are Real Estate prices and GDP growth developing across key European markets?
  • What level of Funds are being prepared for new transactions and in which markets and for which asset classes are Investors targeting?
  • What are the key phases of deal-making and how has this evolved over the last 5 years?

Our experts from Italy, Greece and the UK will also be joining the conference and look forward to meeting you. 

If you would like to arrange a meeting, please contact them.

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