Money and Markets Forum to be organized in Mongolia

“Mongolia: Money & Markets”, the Financial Forum organised by the PrimeInfo Centre in partnership with the Mongolian Financial Regulatory Commission will take place on 5 – 6 October 2010 at the Mongolian Trade Union Cultural Palace in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.

This Forum is first of its kind which never has taken place in Mongolia before.

Objectives: The promotion of financial industry, especially improvement of credibility amongst investors and general public, to discuss most important issues of the industry, discover of new practices by Mongolian financial industry, adoption of best international practices and lobbying government policymakers.

Discussion topics: Banking, micro-finance, insurance, stock-exchange

Organisers: The Mongolian Financial Regulatory Commission and PrimeInfo Centre

Supporting public agencies: the Mongol Bank, the Cabinet Secretariat of Government of Mongolia, The Ministry of Finance of Mongolia

International participants: World Bank, International Monetary Fund, UNDP

Participants: Banks, Non-baking financial institutions, investment funds, Insurance companies, the Mongolian Stock Exchange, investment banking and share dealing brokerage companies, saving and lending partnerships, government representatives, general public, industry interested NGOs, market leading companies

Main three parts of the event

1. Main Conference: /2 days/

• Selected speeches by professionals

• Discussion and debates

Main topics and themes of the Conference:

• Issues of financial market

• Issues of banking market

• Issues of insurance market

• Issues of micro-finance market

• The industry’s challenges and issues

Individual sub-topics to be covered:

• The government policy and long term strategy

• The best international practices and expertise

• Challenges and red tapes facing for investors

• The business best practices

• New business ideas

2. Financial industry fair and show: /2 days/

• Participating businesses will be given an opportunity to hire a space at the venue to advertise and promote their financial products and services

3. Products and services advert show /special venue, 2 days /

• Products and services could be advertised in specially designated hall using special technologies

• Sale of products and services with the possibility of contract signings

4. Other venue

• Opening “Welcome Dinner” and “Gala Dinner” for specially invited participants

Registration for the “Mongolia: Money & Markets” Financial Forum will start at 2 pm. 4th October, 2010 on the Mongolian Trade Union Cultural Palace.

Participants will be offered wide range of choices to suit their needs. The Green Badges will be offered mainly to sponsors with the access to the Conference, Business Centre. They will be able to participate “Parliament Hour” and “Government Hour” meetings. The Green Badge holder will be invited to Welcome Reception on 5th October, 2010 and Gala Dinner on the 6th October, 2010. A wide range of facilities including communication and internet will be available free of charge at the Business Centre.

The Yellow Badge holders will be offered to Exhibitors. They would be able to access to the Conference, “Parliament Hour” “Government Hour” meetings and use the Business Centre facilities. The Yellow Badge holders will be required to pay a fee for the usage of the Business Centre facilities.

The general public will be provided free access to the Exhibition venue.

We highly recommend making arrangements for advance registration in order to minimise queue and discomfort to our participants. Thus we introduce online registration with possibility to make payments online to reduce cash transaction hassles with discount offers.

You will be also having an option for advance booking so you will be able to collect your Forum badge at the reception desk without any disruption. There will be a possibility of discount subject to completion of bank transaction and receiving funds into the Organising Committee’s account.

On-site registration facilities will be provided to participants bearing in mind that it could take considerable time and we would appreciate your patient while the dedicated members of our Organising team process your application form and finalise the transactions.


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