Frontier Securities Present The Mongolia: Capital Raising Conference, June 15-16, 2010

Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, June 3, 2010 - (ABN Newswire) - Frontier Securities is organizing an annual conference, under the title "Mongolia: Capital Raising", which will be taking place at Chinggis Khaan Hotel, Ulaanbaatar, on June 15-16, 2010.

This annual conference focuses on capital raising by Mongolian private sector as well as the Mongolian government by way of privatization and/or sovereign bond issue.

Relevant to this, our conference will focus on introducing to Mongolian companies ways to raise capital in foreign soil, specifically Hong Kong Stock Exchange, London Stock Exchange, Tokyo AIM, Korean Exchange (KRX) and others.

Taking this opportunity, we welcome variety of professionals and business partners in the world's financial centers. This is a perfect chance to get acquainted, present yourself about all the promising possibilities to invest or to be invested and cooperate; to meet, communicate and expand your network between foreign expatriates and local representatives and companies. Mongolian businessmen can meet with major foreign stock exchanges, investment banks, investors and other various types of professionals in the markets.

Message from CEO:

This annual conference focuses on capital raising by Mongolian private sector as well as the Mongolian government by way of privatization and/or sovereign bond issue. This year these opportunities have become exponentially abundant, as Mongolia is aggressively emerging from severe economic crisis last year and its mining sector is about to boom.

Relevant to this, our conference will focus on introducing to Mongolian companies ways to raise capital in foreign soil, specifically Hong Kong Stock Exchange, London Stock Exchange, Tokyo AIM, Korean Exchange (KRX) and others.

Taking this opportunity, we welcome variety of professionals and business partners in the world's financial centers. This is a perfect chance to get acquainted, present yourself about all the promising possibilities to invest or to be invested and cooperate; to meet, communicate and expand your network between foreign expatriates and local representatives and companies. Mongolian businessmen can meet with major foreign stock exchanges, investment banks, investors and other various types of professionals in the markets.

This is an exciting year for Mongolian companies looking to expand abroad and also foreign investors looking for opportunities in Mongolia and we, at Frontier Securities, kindly provide this option via our annual conference in the heart of this frontier market.

Over the years, our conference has proved to besuccessful and helpful invarious ways. We are confident that this event will add genuine value to the decision-making by providing the necessary information and venue for networking.

Speakers include:
Oyun Sanjaasuren: Thomas W. Eastling:
Parliament Member & Former Managing Director - Asia Pacific/
Minister Foreign affairs/ American Appraisal China Limited
Government of Mongolia

Takou Kidokoro: Naomitsu Abe:
Ambassador/ Senior Manager - Asia Pacific/
Embassy of Japan The London Stock Exchange (LON:LSE)

Khangai Altai: Yutaka Ito:
COO, First Deputy Executive Chief Operating Officer/
Director/ Tokyo Aim Inc.
Mongolia Stock Exchange

Lawrence FOK: Batbayar Purevjargal:
Chief Marketing Officer/ Associate Banker, Natural Resources/
Hong Kong Stock Exchange EBRD
(HKG:0388)

Justin Reynolds: Patrick Loftus-Hills:
Managing Director - MD, Investment Banking/
Asia Pacific/ Ipreo LLC Joint Head of Asian Industrial Groups,
UBS Investment Bank (NYSE:UBS)

Rayon Chu: Jay Hyuk Lee:
Partner, Capital Market Assurance Manager/
Services/ Samil PricewaterhouseCoopers
PricewaterhouseCoopers

James Reichert: Graeme Hancock:
Senior Infrastructure Senior Mining Specialist/
Specialist/ The World Bank
The World Bank

Miguel Perez-Lafaurie: Jung-Suk Jo:
Asia Pacific Head of Head of Asia-Pacific/Europe/
Depository Reciepts/ Korean Stock Exchange
Citigroup Inc (NYSE:C)


Topics of Discussion Include:

- Privatization of State Owned Companies of Mongolia

- The importance of Hong Stock Exchange for Mongolian companies

- Raising capital in London Stock Exchange, Tokyo AIM

- Korean Exchange and through Depositary Receipts

- Outlook for mining in Mongolia and market prospects ofof key minerals of the country

- Mongolian money flows and investor relations

- Issuing the first Mongolian sovereign bonds

- Successfully raising capital in overseas markets

- Future investments in resroucesfrom China into Mongolia

For further information on "Mongolia: Capital Raising" Conference, speakers/panelists and sponsorship/exhibition details, please refer to the following links:

Frontier Securities Homepage:
http://www.frontier.mn

Frontier Securities Presentation:
http://www.abnnewswire.net/media/en/docs/63013-Frontier-brochure.pdf

"Mongolia: Capital Raising" Brochure:
http://www.abnnewswire.net/media/en/docs/63013-Mongolia-capital-raising-brochure.pdf

About Frontier LLC:

Frontier Securities is the first local Mongolian Securities firm with a global network and international expertise. Established by Masa Igata, Frontier has been given full-service securities related license by the Financial Regulatory Committee (FRC) of Mongolia. Frontier also has brokerage, dealing and underwriting licenses that are regulated by FRC. Since its establishment, Frontier's primary area of focus has been the cross-border investment banking business.

Contact:

Sponsorship/Exhibition
Nick / Narantuguldur Saijrakh
Tel: +976-7011-9999
Email: ni@frontier.mn

Masa Igata
Founder and CEO
Frontier Securities
Tel: +976-7011-9999
Fax: +976-7011-1991
Email: mifrontier@frontier.mn
www.frontier.mn
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