Southeast Asian Institutional Investment Forum

Mandarin Oriental Bangkok in Thailand on 3 December 2009
Dr. Pisit Leeahtam, president, Provident Fund Association of Thailand; Abhisit Vejjajiva, PM of Thailand; Jonathan Watkin, AI

Dr. Pisit Leeahtam, president, Provident Fund Association of Thailand; Abhisit Vejjajiva, PM of Thailand; Jonathan Watkin, AI

Marc Faber

Marc Faber

Charles Wong, MD, Conventry Capital

Charles Wong, MD, Conventry Capital

Carl Moss, CIO, INTECH

Carl Moss, CIO, INTECH

Garry Hawker, Global Director of Consulting for National Funds, Mercer

Garry Hawker, Global Director of Consulting for National Funds, Mercer

Adelbert Legasto, EVP, Bank of the Philippine Islands; Thiranuch Thampimukvatana, Director Fixed Income Investment Department, Government Pension Fund of Thailand; Ramon Maronilla, CFA, Vice President, State Street Global Advisors Asia

Adelbert Legasto, EVP, Bank of the Philippine Islands; Thiranuch Thampimukvatana, Director Fixed Income Investment Department, Government Pension Fund of Thailand; Ramon Maronilla, CFA, Vice President, State Street Global Advisors Asia

Dennis Lee Chong Pheng, Chief Risk Officer, National University of Singapore; Christoph Michel, Chief Risk Officer, CLSA; Alan Taylor, Founder, AT Associates

Dennis Lee Chong Pheng, Chief Risk Officer, National University of Singapore; Christoph Michel, Chief Risk Officer, CLSA; Alan Taylor, Founder, AT Associates

Dr. Pisit Leeahtam, ...
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Charles Wong, MD, ...
Carl Moss, CIO, INTECH
Garry Hawker, Global ...
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