Invest Mongolia 2017 conference kicks off

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2017-09-04 11:12 GMT+8

ULAANBAATAR (GoGo Mongolia) - "Invest Mongolia 2017" Frontier`s 11th annual conference is taking place in Shangri-La hotel Ulaanbaatar during Sep 4-5. 

Invest Mongolia is one the of the largest events in Mongolia, which serves as a platform of bringing in delegates from the Government of Mongolia, key industries' players, financial institutions, global investors and medias attracting close to 1000 delegates where they get a chance to talk about several socio-political and economic development throughout the year.

What`s new this year?

  • The impact of the IMF program and whether the Government will take investor friendly measures to increase FDI.
  • The overview of Mongolian Economy including updates on legal, accounting and other regulatory changes
  • The progress and its impacts of OT underground and other major projects to the economy
  • AIIB and its involvements to the infrastructure development in Mongolia
  • The Mongolian Banking Industry and the Bank Strategies
  • The development of the non-mining sectors including the Real Estate
  • The foreign Investment in Mongolia: Concerns & Opportunities
  • The outlook of the Bond Market and the possible measures to increase the credit rating. 

The key speakers of the conference are:

  • Armando Torres, Member of the Board of Directors and CEO, Oyu Tolgoi
  • S.Batbold, Governor of Capital City and Mayor of Ulaanbaatar City
  • Neil Saker, Resident Representative, IMF 
  • Prof.Christian Strenger, Member of the Supervisory Board, Deutsche Asset Management
  • Graeme Knowd, Managing Director, Moody's Investors Service
  • Peter Akerley, President & CEO, Erdene Resource Development
  • Erdembileg Ochirkhuu, First Deputy Governor, Bank of Mongolia
  • Nyamaa Buyantogtokh, Secretary of State, Ministry of Finance
  • Ganbold Gombo, Vice President/CFO, Erdenes Mongol LLCChristopher Melville, Managing Partner, Hogan Lovells. 

Click HERE for the program. 

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