IFLR Asia Capital Markets Forum 2016


1 December 2016, Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong

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The IFLR Asia Capital Markets Forum returned for the 12th time in December 2016. As Asia continues to develop its capital markets despite global market volatility, market participants learned how to adapt to uncertain yet exciting times including international and regional events ranging from Brexit to increased regulatory scrutiny. 

The 2016 IFLR Asia Capital Markets Forum highlighted the key initiatives, developments and market trends for the next year, delving into topics such as panda bonds, high yield, and the increasing due diligence demands brought about by regional regulators.

This one-day event brought together leading industry representatives, regulators, institutional investors, law firms, bankers and corporate counsel for an enriching networking opportunity.


Who was in attendance?

  • Bankers’ and corporate counsel
  • Company secretaries
  • Investment bankers
  • Institutional investors
  • Regulators
  • Private practice lawyers

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