Greeks Ring Closing Bell on Wall St.

NEW YORK – 100 million people saw the Greek delegation to the 15th Annual Capital Link Greek Investor Forum ring the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange on Monday afternoon, December 16

Nicolas Bornozis, the Founder and President  of Capital Link, the organizer of the Forum in cooperation with the New York Stock Exchange and major global investment banks, noted the positive exposure for Greece provided by the event seen by so many investors every day.

At the Forum’s inaugural dinner that evening at Manhattan’s renowned New York Yacht Club, Bornozis offered special thanks for the support through the years of the New York Stock Exchange NYSE Euronext.

According to the event’s invitation, “ Over its15-year history, the Forum “has been established as the main Forum that updates the US business, financial and investment communities on the progress and outlook of the Greek economy and main sectors of business activity.”


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