8-9 November 2022 | Warsaw Marriott Hotel, Warsaw, Poland

08 Nov 2022
 - 11:55 BST (UTC +01:00)

Delayed Projects and Reduced Investment? What Impact Will Increased Cost of Capital Have on the Polish Market?

  • How do investors view the risk of the Polish market with rising interest rates and currency devaluation of the Zloty mean the cost of investing in Poland is increasing?
  • How to address projects designed for auctions with fixed feed in prices, which have seen prices drop but components and module costs rise
  • Will new forms of project investment arise with high interest rates making it difficult to secure good long term deals?
Investment Director
Sienna Private Credit
Head of Structured & Project Finance Department
DNB Bank Poland
Head of Debt & Capital Advisory
Deloitte CE
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