Alpha Bank supports the 6th ECB Simulation Conference

Alpha Bank will be a valuable supporter of the ECB Simulation Conference for university students, which is addressed to university students of all academic levels, and graduates that have an interest in topics of economic policy making.

The Simulation Conference, organized by Get Involved, will take place from 9 to 12 December 2022 and will be held live in Athens, at the venues of the Bank of Greece (9/12), the Benaki Museum (10-11/12), and at the Serafio of the Municipality of Athens (12/12).
Through the procedures of the Conference, the participants will have the chance to gain insight into modern economic issues and develop their negotiation and soft skills necessary to the labor market, while having the opportunity to network with other active students from different scientific backgrounds.

The agenda of this year’s Conference consists of:
1. Transmission channels of Monetary policy.
2. Inflation (Types, Forms, Components, Historical Data, and Expectations).
3. The Interaction of Fiscal and Monetary policy during the period of the pandemic and of geopolitical developments.
4. Bank Digital Currency and Digital Euro.

Alpha Bank will be represented in the Training Day by Dimitris Kazazoglou – Skouras, Group ESG Coordinator.
The ECB Simulation Conference is also supported by the Bank of Greece, the Hellenic Banking Association, and the M.Sc. Program in International Negotiations of the Department of International and European Economic Studies of the Athens University of Economics and Business, while during last year’s event there were representatives from the European Central Bank (to see the speakers of the 5th ECB Simulation Conference click here).
The 4th ECB Simulation Conference was included in the event calendar of the ECB for the year 2020, under the ECB Listens program (for more click here), while the findings of the 4th Conference are posted on the official website of the Bank of Greece (to visit the website click here).

Alpha Bank’s support honors us in Get Involved, as the contribution of the Bank to the promotion of economic literacy is a source of inspiration for our team.

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