The New Global Financial Architecture and Financial Regulation: The Asian Context

Organised by
Centre for Asset Management Research & Investments (CAMRI)

Supporting Partner
Investment Management Association of Singapore (IMAS)

 Date Wednesday, 13 October 2010
 Time 11.30 am - 2.30 pm (Registration starts at 11.00 am)
 Venue Island B, Lobby Level
Shangri-La Hotel
 Registration Fee S$150.00 inclusive of GST for general public
S$135.98 inclusive of GST for IMAS members (10% discount)
* Registration closes: Wednesday, 6 October 2010
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 11.00 am  Registration 
 11.30 am  Plenary Talks 1 and 2
 12.30 pm  Lunch 
  1.30 pm   Roundtable
  2.30 pm  Session Ends

Plenary Talks

 1. Prof. Bernard Yeung
Stephen Riady Distinguished Professor and Dean of NUS Business School:
"China, its economy, and stimulus"
 2. Prof. Randall Morck
Stephen A. Jarislowsky Distinguished Chair in Finance, School of Business, University of Alberta:
"The History and Evolution of Financial Thought, Practices, Regulations, and Failures"



Prof. Gunter Dufey, Professor Emeritus, Ross School, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor - Moderator


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


Prof. Thomas Cooley, Paganelli-Bull Professor of Economics and Dean Emeritus, Leonard N. Stern School of Business, New York University     


Financial Training Scheme (FTS)


Eligible Singapore based participants attending this event qualify for the FTS grant.

The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) administers Financial Training Scheme (FTS) grants to financial sector organisations that sponsor eligible Singapore based participants to training programmes that meet qualifying criteria.

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Supporting Partner