Investors have started boosting their exposure to the country as new leadership and more aggressive measures by the Bank of Japan to kick-start growth have excited markets.
Our delegates will have the chance to hear from a number of fund managers on whether these measures can help solve some of Asia's long-standing problems. They will also be discussing where they are finding opportunities on a stock and sector basis for the months ahead.
Legal Week Private Client Forum Americas will unite the most senior private client lawyers from North America, Central and South America to address key issues facing private client practitioners. Taking place in February 2015, the forum will provide the perfect combination of thought-provoking sessions, together with ample opportunity to meet and network with fellow industry peers, enabling you to build new and existing friendships. We are privileged to announce that Joshua Rubenstein of Katten Muchin Rosenman will be chairing our forum. Joshua is known by many in the private client world to be not only a top level trust and estates lawyer, but a charismatic and extremely influential character who will lead our forum with great expertise. Bookings: email firstname.lastname@example.org
FX Week Australia is an essential event
for FX traders and other FX industry leaders to discuss the most pressing
questions facing the market. FX Week is perfectly positioned to offer the most
comprehensive program to educate and create a platform for industry networking.
The Retirement Planner breakfast briefing series , in association with Prudential, will be a series of events to educate and offer insight into the ever challenging retirement market. A combination of expert presentations, interactive roundtable discussions and first-rate peer to peer networking opportunities will ensure that delegates leave with a better understanding of the forthcoming changes within the retirement market and how it can work for them and their clients.
The outlook for the Australasian market is positive as a record number of IPO exits have provided strong returns for investors and has proven that PE can outperform listed equities and compete with global divestment figures. Fundraising in terms of dollar value has been high but the number of PE funds successfully raising new commitments has declined as investors flock to the best in class.
After a successful event last year, the Central Banking Awards returns in 2015 to celebrate outstanding achievement in performance from central banks and market practitioners.
Now in its 25th year of independent and informed reporting, analysis and comment, the editorial team and advisory board of the Central Banking Journal will be judging the 2015 Central Banking Awards.