EY Greece and InvestGR Forum Cooperate on 4th InvestGR Forum 2021

ATHENS — EY Greece and the InvestGR Forum are collaborating, for the second consecutive year, in the framework of the 4th InvestGR Forum 2021: Reforming the Greek Economy, which will take place on July 14, 2021, at the Hilton hotel.

As it did last year, EY Greece will present during this year's InvestGR Forum, exclusively and for the first time nationwide, the findings of a survey exploring Greece's attractiveness as an investment destination, conducted by EY.

Specifically, in the first panel discussion of the 4th InvestGR Forum 2021: Reforming the Greek Economy, the findings of EY's "Attractiveness Survey: Greece 2021", will be presented and analysed. The third edition of the EY annual survey will capture the investment community's views on Greece, the country's strengths and weaknesses as an investment destination, as well as its performance in attracting foreign direct investment (FDI) over the past year and its course as an investment destination compared to previous years.

The survey, which is an autonomous part of the wider EY Attractiveness Survey that gauges the attractiveness of different countries and geographical areas as investment destinations, is based on a significant sample of executives of large foreign companies, who either already have an investment presence in Greece or are potential investors.

The CEO of EY Greece, Panagiotis Papazoglou, stated: "It is with great pleasure that we participate for the second consecutive year, and for the third time in total, in the InvestGR Forum. This event is now an institution around the issue of foreign direct investment in Greece, bringing the state closer to companies and investors. At EY, realising the criticality of investments in creating long-term value for the Greek economy and society, from 2019 we monitor and record through our Attractiveness Survey the views of the international investment community on the attractiveness of Greece as an investment destination."


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