European Finance Association

46th Annual Meeting

Carcavelos, Portugal 21-24 August 2019

Exhibitors

The EFA2019 welcomes exhibitors to participate to the 46th Annual Meeting. Exhibiting is a great way to introduce people to your work, products and services.

The EFA Annual Meeting is the biggest financial economic academic event in Europe. Last year the Annual Meeting gathered about 750 researchers coming from over 230 universities and organizations in 37 countries. In Carcavelos, August 2019, the program includes 243 presentations, 2 panel sessions and 1 keynote address; and we expect over 750 participants.

We designed three packages that satisfy also the most demanding partners: Package 1 – Booth at the venue; Package 2- Online/offline presence; Package 3 – booth at the venue and coffee break visibility. Exhibitor benefits can include:

  • Stand at the main network area including hard wall for posters (packages 1 and 3)
  • 2x access to all sessions and plenary moments (packages 1 and 3)
  • Free access to two most popular EFA evening events offering priceless networking opportunities (packages 1 and 3)
  • Full event marketing including presence on website, smartphone application and printed program

Request the exhibitor dossier at efa2019@novasbe.pt.

EFA 2019 Exhibitors

Routledge

Routledge is part of the Taylor & Francis Group, an Informa business, and is the world’s leading research publisher in the Humanities and Social Sciences. We publish thousands of scholarly journals, books, eBooks, text books and reference works each year, partnering with scholars, instructors, and professional communities worldwide. Routledge has a very strong presence in the Finance community as well as related disciplines such as Accounting and Economics, through our prestigious journals and books titles.

BPI Gestão de Activos

BPI Gestão de Activos is the second largest domestic fund manager company in Portugal, and is 100% held by CaixaBank Asset Management.
BPI Gestão de Activos has almost 30 years of experience in managing UCITS Funds (domestic and Luxembourg based), Real Estate Funds, Pension Funds, Discretionary Mandates and Life Insurance Products.