66th CFA Institute Annual Conference in Singapore: Registration Discount Expiring

Singapore at Night

As China’s economy continues to draw the world’s attention and an increasing number of international investors concentrate their assets in Asia, knowledge of the region’s markets and economic drivers has become more important than ever.

At the 66th CFA Institute Annual Conference, the first time that the event will be held in the Asia Pacific Region, we have assembled experts ready to offer insights into the financial complexities of the region and the global marketsand you can save S$250 if you register to attend by this Friday, 1 February.

Delegates to the 66th CFA Institute Annual Conference in Singapore — a country that has been attracting global investors and strengthening its financial ties with neighbors such as China — will hear firsthand from regional and global experts.

Sessions from the conference will include Nobel Laureate Thomas Sargent discussing policy implications for the global economy and Kishore Mahbubani, dean of National University of Singapore’s Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, examining the ways that Asia and the west are heading towards a “great convergence.” George Friedman, CEO of Stratfor, will also share his insights into geopolitical trends that investors cannot afford to ignore.

Delegates who arrive early can attend a complimentary workshop on cultural understanding for investment professionals. The workshop, facilitated by Nick French of Asianways, will help practitioners bridge cultural differences to build professional relationships.

The 66th CFA Institute Annual Conference is open to CFA Institute members and non-members alike, but discounts are available for members and for firms that register five or more delegates to attend the event. The early registration discount for delegates expires this Friday, 1 February.

Please note that the content of this site should not be construed as investment advice, nor do the opinions expressed necessarily reflect the views of CFA Institute.

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