Governor of the National Bank of Serbia, Mr. Radovan Jelasic, has already confirmed his participation, and the invitation has also been sent to Slobodan Ilić, State Secretary of the Ministry of Finance, Republic of Serbia.
The round table participants will have a chance to obtain exclusive information regarding the issues agreed two days earlier, on February 26, at a meeting of NBS Governor, Mr. Radovan Jelasic, and representatives of the International Monetary Fund and the Vienna Agreement signatory banks.
- European Bank Coordination (Vienna) Initiative- One Year Later and What the Future Holds;
- Effects of the European Bank Coordination (Vienna) Initiative on the banking sector and the economy of Serbia;
- Possible directions and mitigating the consequences of certain provisions of the European Bank Coordination (Vienna) Initiative;
- Effects of the European Bank Coordination (Vienna) Initiative on the exchange rate and interest rates;
- How will reduced exposure affect foreign currency liquidity and monetary policy;
- The ratio of domestic banks and foreign capital;
- What awaits Serbia after January 1, 2011 and the expiration of the European Bank Coordination (Vienna) Initiative;
- Excess liquidity in banks and higher insolvency in the Real Sector;
- Obligations of State - what was promised and what has been fulfilled;
- Outstanding liabilities of the economy towards banks the possibility of their reprogramming;
- Alternative sources of financing;