Roundtable - The New Global Financial Architecture and Financial Regulation: The Asian Context13 October 2010
The Roundtable discussion focused on new legislation, regulation, and stimulus packages, its impacts, and the resulting global financial architecture in the context of Asia.  Professor Gunter Dufey, Professor Emeritus, Ross School, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor moderated the roundtable. The panelists are Mr Anthony Neoh, SC (Hong Kong Bar), former Chief Advisor to the China Securities Regulatory Commission and former Chairman, HK Securities and Futures Commission; Mr Andrew Khoo, Assistant Managing Director (Policy, Risk & Surveillance), Monetary Authority of Singapore; and Professor Thomas Cooley, Paganelli-Bull Professor of Economics and Dean Emeritus, Leonard N Stern School of Business, New York University.

Public Lecture on Corporate Governance: Asian versus Western Perspective, 11 October 2010
Organized jointly with Centre for Governance, Institutions & Organisations, NUS Business School

Corporate Governance has returned to everyone’s front burner since the global financial crisis. Many blamed weak governance structures and associated moral hazard problems for the pains countries, institutions, shareholders and individuals faced during the crisis. To this end, ensuring managers work in the best interest of shareholders and stakeholders is a critical question in finance. It covers a wide span of issues involving theory, law and best practice. This includes compensation forms, fiduciary responsibility, ethics & integrity, disclosures, voting structures, prudent risk management, and legal protections.

GIC Essay Prize 2010/2011
The Government of Singapore Investment Corporation (GIC) is pleased to invite entries for the GIC Essay Prize 2010/2011, administered by the Centre for Asset Management Research & Investments (CAMRI) at NUS Business School, National University of Singapore. The title of the Essay is “Post-financial crisis: key lessons, opportunities and recommendations for Asia's institutional investors”. The competition is open to all undergraduate students (pursuing Bachelor’s degrees) studying in Singapore and all Singaporean/Singapore PR undergraduate students (pursuing Bachelor’s degrees) studying abroad.

CAMRI Luncheon Forum, 19 July 2010
By invitation only

NUS Business School Dean Prof Bernard Yeung and CAMRI Director Prof Joseph Cherian hosted the CAMRI Luncheon Forum from 12:00 noon to 1:30 pm on Monday, 19 July at the Shangri-La Hotel. Our luncheon speaker is Professor Marti G. Subrahmanyam, and the title of his talk is "Derivatives and Securities: The Impact of the New Legislation in the US and Beyond".

Fourth Singapore International Conference on Finance, 9 - 10 July 2010
Organized jointly with Department of Finance, NUS Business School

This is an international conference that brings together high quality papers on Mergers and Acquisitions, Mutual Funds, Institutional Investors, Law and Finance, and Behavioural Finance. The conference presents an excellent opportunity for practitioners and researchers in financial institutions and universities to discuss and exchange ideas on the latest developments in the field of finance.

Public Lecture on Sovereign Acquirers: A New Force in Global Capital Markets, 7 July 2010
Organized jointly with Department of Finance, NUS Business School

The power of the state is back. State-owned corporations around the world are quickly growing in their size and scope and exerting their influence in global markets through cross-border acquisitions. They are fueled by sovereign funds and other government agencies that have the backing of large accumulated foreign currency holdings in the countries in which they are domiciled.

CAMRI Inter-Semester Applied Financial Seminar Series, May to July 2010
CAMRI conducted an Inter-Semester Applied Financial Seminar Series at the CAMRI Investment Management & Trading Lab from May to July 2010. Expert members of the financial industry will be speaking to our NUS Business School Honours & MBA finance students, as well as applied financial researchers, on various current topics related to capital markets and/or asset management. Most workshops will include hands-on instruction using the various financial software available in the CAMRI Lab.

CAMRI Breakfast Forum with Anthony Neoh, 8 April 2010
By invitation only

NUS Business School Dean Bernard Yeung and CAMRI hosted a breakfast forum at the Shangri-La on April 8, 2010 that was also attended by NUS President Tan Chorh Chuan. Our breakfast speaker is Mr. Anthony Neoh, and the title of his talk was "Singapore, Hong Kong and Shanghai, complementary roles as financial centers?"

The Official Launch of CAMRI, 7 April 2010

The Centre for Asset Management Research & Investments (CAMRI) at NUS Business School was officially launched on Wednesday, 7 April 2010. Thank you for joining us in our celebration.

NUS Asian MBA Stock Pitch Competition, 3 - 5 March 2010

The annual NUS Asian MBA Stock Pitch Competition hosted by the Centre for Asset Management Research and Investments (CAMRI) provides a forum for top MBA students in Asia to compete and showcase their stock-pricing skills in front of a panel of distinguished judges from the investment industry.

CAMRI Breakfast with the Provost and Don, 10 December 2009
By invitation only

Provost Tan Eng Chye and CAMRI hosted a breakfast, conversation, and talk on Thursday, 10 December 2009 from 8.00am – 9.30am at Shangri-La Hotel.

Public Lecture on The Next Generation of Life-Cycle Investment Products, 8 December 2009
The ageing population and changing demographic landscape in Asian countries such as Japan, Hong Kong and Singapore are well-known and much written about.

Applied Research Forum on Asset Management, 26 November 2009
Organized jointly with Saw Centre for Financial Studies

The forum will hear from both eminent speakers as well as up-and-coming researchers focusing on cutting-edge research, thoughts, and policies with respect to the theory and practice of asset management. A primary focus will be on the regulatory and risk management issues that have come up in the context of institutional and personal investments, and as a consequence of the recent turmoil in financial markets.