Developing Asia’s Capital Markets Conference – Grand Hyatt Hong Kong 20-21 Nov 2013

Courtesy of AustCham Hong Kong I am attending  ASIFMA’s Annual Conference with the theme for this first-of-a-kind, two-day event ‘Developing Asia’s Capital Markets’.

The conference is an industry-wide occasion, providing a unique opportunity for global and regional policy makers, high-level regulators and industry representatives from both sell-side and buy-side firms to meet and discuss important issues affecting the development of Asia’s capital markets.

The conference has received valuable support from over 30 sponsors in the financial industry and is getting confirmation of participation from more Global and Asian policy makers. Join me at this invaluable event.

Theme: Developing Asia’s Capital Markets

Dates: Wednesday and Thursday, 20 and 21 November 2013

Venue and location: Grand Hyatt Hotel, Hong Kong. Click here for preferential room rates and hotel details. Subsequent conferences will be held annually across Asia.

Objective: The conference will be an industry-wide event, providing a unique opportunity for global and regional policy makers, high-level regulators and industry representatives from both sell-side and buy-side firms to meet and discuss important issues affecting the development of Asia’s capital markets.

Program format: The 2-day conference will feature keynote speeches, presentations, panels and networking sessions. Read the full agenda here.

Speaker: We have already received tentative commitments to speak from K C Chan, Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury, HKSAR; Takehiko Nakao, President, ADB; Greg Tanzer, Commissioner, ASIC; Patrick Pearson, Head of Financial Markets Infrastructure, European Commission; Jeremiah Norton, Director, FDIC;  Jaehoon Yoo, Standing Commissioner, FSC Korea; Norman Chan, Chief Executive, HKMA; Mitsuhiro Furusawa, Vice Minister of Finance for Int’l Affairs, MoF Japan; Ashley Alder, CEO, SFC HK; and Mary Schapiro, Chairman of Governance & Markets, Promontory. Other Global and Asian policy makers as well as industry experts are confirmed. Read more about the speakers here.

Sponsorship:  Sponsorship opportunities are open to ASIFMA members and non-members, including trade associations and vendors. We have received commitment from over 30 sponsors in the financial industry. See our supporting sponsors and sponsorship packages here.

Delegate and Registration: This event is expected to attract 500 high-level regulators, policy makers and sell-side and buy-side firm representatives, initially by invitation-only and then marketed to a wider audience. Admission will be free of charge for invited regulators. Discounted rate at USD850 applies to ASIFMA’s and the conference endorsers’ members (original price at USD1,000). Sponsorship packages include a limited number of event passes. Find out more registration details here.

Marketing: The conference is promoted through engagement of ASIFMA members in Asia and internationally by leveraging the contacts and connections of global alliance partners, AFME, GFMA and SIFMA. ASIFMA also uses its website, the Asia Regulatory Review, and the GFMA SmartBrief for event promotion and collaborates with more than 10 Asian trade publications or regional associations as Endorsers.

Press: Closed to the media, but ASIFMA may issue a press release, if appropriate.

ASIFMA ContactMichelle Cheung, [email protected]

See more at: http://www.asifma.org/annual2013/#sthash.qxEdjWs7.dpuf

See the full programme here : http://www.asifma.org/uploadedFiles/Events/2013/Annual_Conference/Program%20(Nov%2010).pdf



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