Source Pravda.Ru

Investor conference to open in Moscow

The 6th annual conference for investors 'Russia: Reforms and Growth' is to open in Moscow today. As a source in the Renaissance Capital investment group, the organizer of the conference, reported to RBC, the goal of this forum is to contribute to attracting investments to the Russian stock market and to the most dynamically developing Russian companies and sectors of the economy. Representatives of leading world investment funds, administering trillions of dollars and spending hundreds billions of dollars for the implementation of investment projects on emerging financial markets, are expected to participate in the conference. Investors will have an opportunity to directly contact with leading state officials and political figures of Russia, heads of largest state and private companies. The key speakers are Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Kasyanov, Finance Minister Alexey Kudrin, Economy Minister German Gref, Chairman of the Central Bank Sergey Ignatyev, head of RAO UES Anatoly Chubais, chairman of the Gazprom board of directors Alexey Miller and others.

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