Leveraging on AsianInvestor’s unmatched penetration across Asia’s investment management community, 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.
The Bangladesh Investment Summit, Europe examines the trade and investment opportunities for Europe’s asset managers, private banks, family offices, private equity firms and leading corporations into Bangladesh’s emerging market.
The 7th Annual Korea Institutional Investor Forum will once again gather a world class array of speakers including investors from the Korea’s top funds, renowned academics and the most successful asset managers to discuss he most important topics of concern for the Korea’s institutional investors.
The 2nd Annual Africa Investment Summit is the market leader when it comes to facilitating Asian – African investment trends and flows. It will gather Asian investors, from the institutional and asset management realm, as well as African and Asian corporates, PE firms, investments banks and other key decision makers.
Following the huge success for the past seven years, AsianInvestor's 8th Annual Asian Investment Summit - ‘Yield in a low yield world’ will bring even more in-depth discussion on global investment opportunities to Hong Kong in 2013.
The 4th Annual Asia-Pacific Debt Investor Forum attracted 315 delegates representing more than 200 companies across 4 countries to learn the latest trends and opportunities in the fixed income space, including high yield, sovereign and quasi-sovereign debt and the local currency markets.
AsianInvestor’s 4th Annual Southeast Asia Institutional Investment Forum attracted 34 top-tier speakers and 337 senior-level asset owners as well as asset managers and service providers. Delegates representing over 160 companies from 12 different countries across Asia, Europe, and North America convened at the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore on 5-6 December.
The Bangladesh Investment Summit attracted 301 asset owners, asset managers, finance professionals, bankers, corporates and advisors representing over 160 companies from 12 different countries across Asia, Europe, and North America.
The Art of Asset Management attracted 31 top-tier speakers and over 200 c-suite and operational executives from leading asset management firms representing 154 companies from 8 different countries gathering at the Renaissance Harbour View Hotel in Hong Kong.
The inaugural Africa Investment Summit gathered 269 investors, asset managers, corporates, PE firms, investments banks and other key decision markers, representing over 195 companies from across Asia, Africa, North America, Europe, and Australia.
The inaugural Southeast Asia Debt Investor Forum assembled the region’s most influential investors and asset managers, the Forum attracted over 275 delegates representing over 140 companies across 11 countries and generated a lot of discussion.
The 5th Annual China Institutional Investment Forum saw 127 delegates representing 86 companies from 7 countries. Of these delegates, over 33 percent were asset
managers and 29 percent were asset owners and distributors.
The Hong Kong MPF Employees Choice Seminar gathered just shy of 350 human resources heads, MPF providers and consultants. The event was presented jointly by AsianInvestor and Hong Kong Retirement Schemes Association to address the biggest changes to Hong Kong’s retirement schemes rules in their 12 years of existence.
The 6th Annual Korea Institutional Investor Forum attracted over 240 global institutional investors, asset managers, private wealth managers, investment experts from a variety of international banks and economists looking to explore investment opportunities, both regionally and internationally in Seoul.
Backed by Russia’s leading investment bank, VTB Capital, CROS Public Relations, and Eurasia, the event attracted over 180 investors, asset managers, private wealth managers, corporates and advisors from Russia and around Asia to explore bilateral investment, fundraising and M&A opportunities between Russia and the CIS and Asia.
328 delegates representing over 180 companies across 15 countries attended the 7th Annual Asian Investment Summit at Hong Kong’s Conrad Hotel from 23-24 May, 2012: Of these delegates 35% were institutional investors and distributors - a vindication of our policy of sticking to our guns and digging deeper to deliver value to Asia’s asset owners.
199 delegates representing over 120 companies across 7 countries crowded into the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo for the inaugural Japan Institutional Investment Forum to discover the next global investment opportunities and new investment strategies for institutional investors.
The 3rd Annual Asia-Pacific Debt Investor Forum saw 403 asset owners, debt investors, corporate issuers, investment advisors and other industrial professionals representing over 225 companies across 9 countries convene at the Conrad Hotel in Hong Kong on 12-13 April.
The 6th Annual Taiwan Institutional Investment Forum saw 163 participants representing over 95 companies across 8 countries convene at the Westin Taipei Hotel in Taiwan.
FinanceAsia and AsianInvestor started off the year with an excellent turnout of 22 top-tier speakers and 277 delegates representing over 170 companies across 6 countries convene at the 3rd Annual RMB Rising Conference on 12 January 2012.
AsianInvestor’s 3rd Annual Southeast Asia Institutional Investment Forum saw 310 delegates representing over 166 companies from 9 countries as a way to share knowledge and insight into global institutional investment opportunities.
The Asian Commodities Investment Summit attracted over 200 delegates representing more than 130 companies from across 10 countries to the Conrad Hotel, Hong Kong.
The 4th Annual China Institutional Investment Forum gathered over 180 delegates.
The 5th Annual Korea Institutional Investment Forum attracted region's top-level speakers and over 300 delegates to the Westin Chosun, Seoul.