EventFeb 28, 2012
Eurozone Contingency Planning: Risks and Opportunities
The Eurozone crisis is evolving quickly, with almost daily developments. It continues to drive volatility across the global economy, presenting management teams with complex challenges in every aspect of their business. Regardless of the near-term resolution of Greek debt negotiations, heightened uncertainty and risk will remain for several years.
The implications of this crisis reach far beyond the Eurozone and need to be addressed with robust contingency planning.
Join a panel of Ernst & Young professionals and special guests as they discuss how to navigate risks and capture opportunities resulting from the Eurozone crisis.
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