Haymarket Financial Media3rd Annual Borrowers & Investors Forum, Southeast Asia | 30 October, 2014 Singapore

3rd Annual Borrowers & Investors Forum, Southeast Asia
Exploring fixed income funding and investment opportunities

Debt Capital Market
Treasury Bank for Investment & Development Vietnam
Treasury Manager
CapitaLand Limited
Financial Controller
Keppel Shipyard Limited
Gathering the Asian fixed income community in October, delegates will explore the sector's most pressing opportunities and concerns, particularly those operating in Southeast Asia.

The Forum will bring together regulators, regional borrowers and investors, as well as large, non-Asian borrowers looking to tap the region’s investor community.

FinanceAsia will also host the Best Borrowers Awards alongside the Forum. Voted for by the region's fixed income investors, the awards recognise companies who have completed some of the most innovative transactions and issuances over the last 12 months. 2013's winners include.

Topics to be explored this October include:
  • Macro risks to Asia's fixed income sector
  • Corporate financing in light of impending interest rate hikes
  • Asia's debt funding task
  • The integration of ASEAN bond markets and promotion of regional development
  • Regulation – how is this now priced into the market?
  • Bank capital – needs globally vs in Asia and innovation to meet capital requirements
  • The quest for yield
  • Looking East – how are western issuers tapping the regional market ?
  • The role of ratings from the corporate and investor perspective
  • Fixed Income ETFs – how are they featuring in the market?
  • Necessary infrastrucure to support the global internationalisation of the RMB
  • And more...
Last year, we welcomed over 470 participants representing 257 companies across 14 countries. 
Click  to download 2013’s post event report.

To register, please contact me on on +852 3175 1924 or email minal.khilani@financeasia.com

I look forward to seeing you in Singapore!

Minal Khilani
Conference Producer, FinanceAsia
+852 3175 1924



30 OCT, 2014