Oyu Tolgoi LLC CEO Cameron McRae will give a keynote presentation at the 2nd annual Mongolia Investment Summit to be held at the Conrad, Hong Kong on October 26 and 27, 2011.
Cameron McRae recently appeared on CNN’s ‘Minegolia’ special report and will provide delegates with a first-hand update on the development of the world’s largest undeveloped copper-gold deposit.
Several other new speakers have been added to the summit program, including Xac Bank CEO Bat-Ochir Dugersuren, Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing head of listings Eric Landheer and GE's chief representative Mongolia Tumentsogt Tsevegmid.
These new speakers join the already extensive list of key players in Mongolia’s exciting growth story sharing their expertise and investment opportunities at the summit. Offering insights into an array of investment opportunities from mining, infrastructure, power, energy, property, financial services and more, are:
Mongolia’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Zandanshatar Gombojav, Mongolian Stock Exchange chairman and Newcom Group CEO Bold Baatar, Erdenes MGL executive director and Erdenes Tavan Tolgoi acting CEO B Enebish, Mongolian Stock Exchange president Bill Gorman, Khan Bank CEO Simon Morris, Trade and Development Bank of Mongolia president and CEO Randolph Koppa, Central Bank of Mongolia vice president Zoljargal, Sharyn Gol chairman Batmunkh Batkhuu, Haranga Resources managing director Robert Wrixon, Voyager Resources managing director Kell Nielsen, Clean Energy CEO Byambasaikhan Bayanjargal, Monatom director Tsogtsaikhan Gombo, Business Council of Mongolia executive director Jim Dwyer and advisor to the Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy S Otgonbat.
With recent economic data showing that the Mongolia economy has grown by an astonishing 14.3% in the first half of 2011, the forum represents an ideal event to examine investing in Mongolia.