PRESENTATIONS

1. American-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce – Saving Europe: Improving Your Financial Literacy of an EU Government Balance Sheet Framework Can Help Save Europe from Financial Ruin – Athens
2. American-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce – The Imperative Role of Public Financial Management (PFM) in State Finances – Athens
3. Bloomberg – Greece Debt and Debt Relief - London
4. CESifo Munich Seminars - Government Accounting Reform - Munich
5. CESifo - The Only Win-Win Solution for Europe Requires a “Fresh Start” on Greece State-Building and a “Fresh Start” on Greece Correctly Calculating Debt Relief from Prior Restructurings – Munich
6. CIPFA - The EU & Greece: No Accountability for Debt Relief and Failed State-Building - London
7. The Economist - How Greece Wins the Trust & Confidence of Taxpayers and the Global Capital Markets - Frankfurt
8. European Working Group - Correctly Calculating Debt Relief and Debt: A Greece Example - Brussels
9. Federation of European Accountants (FEE) - Investor and Turnaround Manager Assessment of Government Use of Financial Statements - Brussels
10. Financial Times - Correctly Calculating Greece and Peer Government Debt Numbers: Ten Questions & Answers - London
11. Forbes Banking and Insurance Forum – Greece’s Secret Huge Competitive Advantage - Athens
12. IMF 2017 Spring Meetings – Helpful Facts on Greece – Washington, DC
13. IFAC Accountability Now - Sovereign Accounting and Audits: A User’s Perspective _ Washington, DC
14. Institute for New Economic Thinking - Government Net Worth: Improving Decision-Making, Transparency, and Accountability - Oxford
15. International Institute of Finance - Unique Insights into Sovereign Credit Risk using IPSAS Framework – New York City
16. OECD – A Technical Comparison of Debt Measurement Frameworks – Paris
17. Standard & Poors/International Institute of Finance - Unique Insights into Sovereign Credit Risk using IPSAS Framework – New York City
18. Wall Street Journal - Unique Insights into Sovereign Credit Risk using IPSAS Framework - London
19. Additional Presentations (37) [to be confirmed]
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