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The fight and money is getting harder and harder. Inflation has reached consumers, China is challenging the dollar, and virtual currencies are challenging the traditional understanding of money.

In his 2019 book, “Battle for Money – How Market Manipulation, New Technologies and Political Crises Affect Wealth,” Prof. Serge Ragotzky explains the historical milestones of monetary history, the interplay between politics and finance, and the resulting effects on capital markets and the economic situation. A book that is interesting and recommendable for both experts and laymen.

It is a great pleasure for us that the author with his in-depth knowledge and experience gave us his book on 25.2. in the Villa Bonn in a small group.

The discussion will be moderated by Mr. Mario Müller-Dofel, founder and managing director of the training, consulting and content provider DIALEKTIK for Business®

Prof. Dr. Serge Ragotzky has been Professor of Business Administration/Financial Management and Banking at the University of Applied Sciences Nürtingen-Geislingen since 2014. He is also Managing Partner and majority shareholder of Pericap AG, an independent consulting firm for medium-sized M&A and growth financing. Prior to that, Dr. Serge Ragotzky had been working for various international banks in Frankfurt and London since 1997, including Sal. Oppenheim, HSBC, UBS and most recently six years as Managing Director and Head of Corporate Finance at Kepler Cheuvreux, the former investment bank of the Swiss Julius Baer Group. As an investment banker, Serge Ragotzky has advised on a number of major international corporate acquisitions in various industries.

The lecture will be followed by dinner.

DATE: Friday, February 25, 2022
TIME: 6:00PM local German time
LOCATION: Villa Bonn, Siesmeyer Str. 12, Frankfurt
COST: Contribution to expenses 55, – Euro per person *pay on site*

*COVID requirement in Hessen are 2G (if a negative COVID test in addition will be required, we will let attendees know as we get closer to the event).

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