Upcoming Conferences

  • 4th Insurance Investment Forum

    1 March 2017
    Mandarin Oriental

    The Insurance Investment Forum is an exclusive gathering for Asia’s insurance investors to discuss best practice in managing insurance assets. Sessions at the Forum will cover opportunities in various asset classes and the process of successful asset liability matching. The event is attended by chief investment officers and investment heads of regional insurance firms who manage portfolio across Asia and heads of investment from Asian insurance firms.

  • 3rd CT Week

    Mar 8 - 9, 2017

    CTWeek 2017 will be an entirely new type of event – reinventing the standard format and bringing a series of topic master classes together for treasurers and finance executives. These sessions will combine an in-depth approach with a choice of topi areas delivered in rotation, and all intersppersed with informal networking opportunities. Sessions will be informal, smaller and more intimate – responding to the specific issues brought up by he audience and will deliver data and analysis direct through interactive technologies – sharing trends and concerns from industry sectors, countries, and a span of different companies.

  • 6th Japan Institutional Investment Forum

    15 March 2017

    The Japan Institutional Investment Forum is an educational event for Japan’s leading institutional investors to discuss the most important investment management topics affecting them.

  • 2nd Sri Lanka Investment Summit

    16 March 2017
    Hong Kong

    The Sri Lanka Investment Summit, Asia examines the trade and investment opportunities for Asia’s Sovereign Wealth Funds, Family Offices, Public and Private Pension Funds and other financial investors in Sri Lanka’s markets. At the same time it delves into the back-story underpinning these opportunities, by examining M&A opportunities into the country, domestic growth, and much more.

  • 8th Annual Borrowers & Investors Forum, North Asia

    26 April 2017
    Hong Kong

    The upcoming 8th Annual Borrowers & Investors Forum, North Asia - a debt capital markets flagship event - brings together a cross-section of the region’s largest borrowers, with some of the biggest global and regional debt investors, predominately CIOs, and fixed income portfolio managers. The speaker set and audience is also peppered with regulators, debt book runners, as well as rating agencies, law firms and leading economists.

  • 4th AIWeek

    May 9 - 11, 2017
    Hong Kong

    AIWeek will returning to Hong Kong May 9 - 11, 2017 the three day event will comprises of a collection of workshops, panels, private discussion groups, awards and conferences. The main event, the Asian investment summit, is AsianInvestor’s flagship event for the region’s investment management community. Running in its 12th year the two day Summit will address the most important topics of concern for the region’s institutional investors. Sessions will feature world class speakers, including investors from the region’s top funds, renowned academics and the most successful asset managers.

  • 3rd Family Office Forum Asia (Part of AIWeek)

    9 May 2017

    The Family Office Forum Asia is an exclusive gathering for a select group of family office leaders from across Asia. Topics for the forum are designed by family office investment professionals to cover the key challenges they face. The agenda consists of a mix of closed-door small group discussion and plenary panel discussions.

  • 2nd Asian ETF Summit (Part of AIWeek)

    9 May 2017
    Hong Kong

    The Asian ETF Summit arrives es in Hong Kong on the 9th May 2017. Don't miss your opportunity to register for this must-attend event.

  • 12th Asian Investment Summit (Part of AIWeek)

    May 10 - 11, 2017
    Hong Kong

    Over 30 investment experts from across the globe joined us to share their ideas and experiences in a series panel discussions, presentations, cases studies and interactive workshops. Discussants in the Summit included Singapore’s Temasek, Korea’s NPS and GEPS, as well as Thai pensions funds and one of the Middle East’s largest sovereign wealth funds.

  • Managing the Supply Chain

    18 May 2017

    Supply chains are becoming more global and more intricate and so financing solutions at all levels of the supply chain are needed. For suppliers throughout the supply chain network, accessing financing can be a big struggle as strict regulation on KYC has tightened controls. Forming positive relationships with banks, understanding how to work with emerging FinTech providers, and securing stable forms of financing are all key topics to be explored.

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