4th Annual Taiwan Institutional Investment Forum

Shangri-La's Far Eastern Plaza Hotel in Taipei on 23 March 2010
Liu I-cheng, Cathay United Bank; Marco Montanari, Deutsche Bank; Keisuke Ito, Mizuho-DL Financial Technology Co., Ltd

Liu I-cheng, Cathay United Bank; Marco Montanari, Deutsche Bank; Keisuke Ito, Mizuho-DL Financial Technology Co., Ltd

Tsay Feng-ching, PSPF

Tsay Feng-ching, PSPF

Chiu Shean-bii, National University

Chiu Shean-bii, National University

Carl Moss, INTECH

Carl Moss, INTECH

Yvonne Sin, Towers Watson

Yvonne Sin, Towers Watson

Chen Bin, Mercer

Chen Bin, Mercer

Markus Ohlig, Greenwich Associates

Markus Ohlig, Greenwich Associates

Yeh Yin-hua, Financial Supervisory Commission

Yeh Yin-hua, Financial Supervisory Commission

Brenda Tse, Permal

Brenda Tse, Permal

Charles Wong, Coventry Capital

Charles Wong, Coventry Capital

Jan Deahl, Janus/InTech, Liz Mak, AsianInvestor and conference delegates

Jan Deahl, Janus/InTech, Liz Mak, AsianInvestor and conference delegates

The 2010 conference attracted 182 attendees

The 2010 conference attracted 182 attendees

4th Annual Taiwan Institutional Investment Forum
Liu I-cheng, Cathay United ...
Tsay Feng-ching, PSPF
Chiu Shean-bii, National ...
Carl Moss, INTECH
Yvonne Sin, Towers Watson
Chen Bin, Mercer
Markus Ohlig, Greenwich ...
Yeh Yin-hua, Financial ...
Brenda Tse, Permal
Charles Wong, Coventry Capital
Jan Deahl, Janus/InTech, ...
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