One of the world’s leading financial centres will host an investment summit for Mongolia, highlighting the significant opportunities for the global market not only in the resources sector but property development, infrastructure and real estate, as the nation’s mining boom continues.
The Mongolia Investment Summit in London from April 16-18 will offer foreign investors first hand options to capitalize on the massive growth in the nation’s economy. The resources sector is leading the way, with coal exports increasing by 51% in April 2012 compared to the previous 12 months.
Organizers of the conference say attendees will be given a crucial insight into Mongolia’s changing regulations and government policies to ensure they make sound investment choices.
Major investors, government officials and mining company representatives will be on hand to lead discussions and answer questions during the three day event. An advance agenda for the Summit at the Kensington Close Hotel has been released, including the list of keynote speakers.
Mongolia’s Construction and Urban Development Minister Bayarsaikhan Tsevelmaa, HSBC’s UK Global Asset manager Andrew Brudenell and Mongolian Stock Exchange chief executive officer Altai Khangai are among the line-up. High profile mining company executives including Ya Batsuuri, chief executive officer of Erdenes Tavan Tolgoi, and Cameron McRae, president of Oyu Tolgoi LLC, will also be speaking.
Organizers say private fund managers, institutional investors, mining and exploration companies with a Mongolian focus as well as contractors, analysts and consultants should register for the event and take advantage of the networking opportunities and deal brokering options during the event.