Southeast Asia Debt Investor Forum

Southeast Asia Debt Investor Forum

20 Sep 2012

Southeast Asia Debt Investor Forum

Fixed income opportunities for Southeast Asian investors

20 September 2012, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

The inaugural Southeast Asia Debt Investor Forum will assemble hundreds of Southeast Asia’s leading issuers, investors and debt market professionals to examine the latest trends and developments in Asian fixed income.

Senior commentators and practitioners will address the most pressing issues surrounding:

  • Market outlook for 2012
  • The future of Sovereign and Quasi-Sovereign debt
  • Emerging Debt Markets – appetite and risk management
  • The shape of the Corporate Bond Market in 2012
  • Fixed-Income “kickers”: Project finance, mezzanine, and distressed debt as an essential part of a FI portfolio
  • Lending to the lenders: Covered Bonds ” Securitisation & Structured Products: an update on performance, risks and usage
  • The race for real estate debt
  • The growth and future of Dim Sum Bonds
  • Tenor and base – supply of long dated issuance, asset-liability matching, yield curves
  • Local Currency Bonds: Soft currency, hard returns?
  • High-yield: Highly attractive or high-wire?
  • Sukuk: Does it have a role in non Islamic portfolios
  • Issuers panel: What do issuers look for from investors
  • Hybrid Issuance: Gauging valuations versus values

Registration for IMAS members:

Asset owners, asset managers including Head of Credit Sales, Head of DCM and Head of Fixed Income, as well as private banks, are eligible for complimentary passes*. Contact Annie below directly to confirm your eligibility.

Non-asset managers including law firms and service providers are entitled to 20% off the prevailing rate to attend the Forum. Quote “SEADIF-IMAS” to qualify for your discount.

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Annie Ng, Marketing Manager (E:; T: +852 3175 1981)
Organiser: FinanceAsia & AsianInvestor

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