7th Annual Asian Investment Summit

AsianInvestor's 7th Annual Asian Investment Summit at the Conrad Hotel in Hong Kong, May 23 and 24, 2012.
James McDonald, Northern Trust

James McDonald, Northern Trust

Enoch Fung, Hong Kong Monetary Authority

Enoch Fung, Hong Kong Monetary Authority

Morning break

Morning break

Marco Montanari, Deutsche Bank

Marco Montanari, Deutsche Bank

Julian Thompson, AXA Framlington

Julian Thompson, AXA Framlington

William Ledward, Franklin Templeton

William Ledward, Franklin Templeton

Robert Pozen, Harvard Business School

Robert Pozen, Harvard Business School

Questions from the floor

Questions from the floor

Carolyn Butler, The Hong Kong Trust Company

Carolyn Butler, The Hong Kong Trust Company

Charles Canfield, International Finance Centre

Charles Canfield, International Finance Centre

Jamie Allen, Asian Corporate Governance Association

Jamie Allen, Asian Corporate Governance Association

Matthew Murphy (right), Eaton Vance (International)

Matthew Murphy (right), Eaton Vance (International)

Trevor Persaud, Russell Investments

Trevor Persaud, Russell Investments

Andy Xie, independent economist

Andy Xie, independent economist

Delegates listen to Andy Xie's bearish message

Delegates listen to Andy Xie's bearish message

Anh Lu, T. Rowe Price

Anh Lu, T. Rowe Price

Anthony Yeung, Thomson Reuters Indices

Anthony Yeung, Thomson Reuters Indices

Tim Craighead, Bloomberg Industries

Tim Craighead, Bloomberg Industries

Garry Hawker, Mercer

Garry Hawker, Mercer

Boon Lee Chua, Central Provident Fund

Boon Lee Chua, Central Provident Fund

Song, In Kyu, Korea Post

Song, In Kyu, Korea Post

Mathias Piardon, NoHo Capital Management

Mathias Piardon, NoHo Capital Management

The panel takes questions

The panel takes questions

Peter Ryan-Kane, Towers Watson

Peter Ryan-Kane, Towers Watson

Adrian Teng, Jardine Matheson

Adrian Teng, Jardine Matheson

Cosme da Costa Araujo, National Directorate of the Petroleum Fund, Timor-Leste

Cosme da Costa Araujo, National Directorate of the Petroleum Fund, Timor-Leste

Simen Bjornerud, National Directorate of the Petroleum Fund, Timor-Leste

Simen Bjornerud, National Directorate of the Petroleum Fund, Timor-Leste

Doris Ho, Hospital Authority Provident Fund Scheme

Doris Ho, Hospital Authority Provident Fund Scheme

Jame DiBiasio, AsianInvestor

Jame DiBiasio, AsianInvestor

Blair Pickerell, Nikko Asset Management

Blair Pickerell, Nikko Asset Management

Somchai Boonamsiri, Krung Thai Asset Management

Somchai Boonamsiri, Krung Thai Asset Management

Hwang Sung-Taek, Truston Asset Management

Hwang Sung-Taek, Truston Asset Management

James McDonald, Northern Trust
Enoch Fung, Hong Kong ...
Morning break
Marco Montanari, Deutsche Bank
Julian Thompson, AXA ...
William Ledward, Franklin ...
Robert Pozen, Harvard ...
Questions from the floor
Carolyn Butler, The Hong ...
Charles Canfield, ...
Jamie Allen, Asian ...
Matthew Murphy (right), ...
Trevor Persaud, Russell ...
Andy Xie, independent ...
Delegates listen to Andy ...
Anh Lu, T. Rowe Price
Anthony Yeung, Thomson ...
Tim Craighead, Bloomberg ...
Garry Hawker, Mercer
Boon Lee Chua, Central ...
Song, In Kyu, Korea Post
Mathias Piardon, NoHo ...
The panel takes questions
Peter Ryan-Kane, Towers Watson
Adrian Teng, Jardine Matheson
Cosme da Costa Araujo, ...
Simen Bjornerud, National ...
Doris Ho, Hospital ...
Jame DiBiasio, AsianInvestor
Blair Pickerell, Nikko ...
Somchai Boonamsiri, Krung ...
Hwang Sung-Taek, Truston ...
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