Mongolia is the buzz word in mining investment circles and Frontier Securities’ ‘Mongolia: Capital Raising 2011’ conference from June 6-10 provides a forum for those interested in exploring the latest developments in its business environment, for investors to discover lucrative opportunities and for Mongolian companies seeking to learn ways of raising capital from abroad.
Inspired by the success of the 2010 conference, Frontier Securities is holding the annual conference in a larger venue in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia - the Mongolian Children's Palace.
This year’s conference main discussion theme will encompass capital raising by Mongolian private sector and the Mongolian government by way of privatization and sovereign bond issuance and will cover investment opportunities in Mongolian mining, energy, real estate and other booming industries.
The comprehensive five day program will include presentations, panel discussions and exhibitions. In addition, numerous investment ideas will be introduced to investors via showcasing attractive investment projects that are arising in tandem with the growth of the Mongolian economy.
The objective of the event is to provide an opportunity for those interested in exploring the latest developments in the Mongolia’s business environment from key direct sources, for investors to discover lucrative investment opportunities and for Mongolian companies seeking to learn ways of raising capital from abroad.
The conference will feature speakers and presenters from various organizations including the government of Mongolia, local businesses, international investment firms and from capital market experts representing the most recognized stock exchanges around the world.
Thy include Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited's senior vice president and head of issuer marketing Eric Landheer, Tokyo AIM chief operating officer Yutaka Ito, CRU China CEO & chief representative John Johnson, Embassy of Canada ambassador designate J Gregory Goldhawk, Australian Stock Exchange manager Listings Business Development Eddie Grieve and The World Bank senior mining specialist Graeme Hancock.