Wednesday, August 25, 2010

SGX Investor Day 2010

SGX Investor Day 2010 will be held this Saturday. It comprises an interactive exhibition and a series of talks by industry experts.

Date: 28th August 2010 (Saturday)
Time: 1200hrs to 2100 hrs
Venue: Suntec Convention Centre Level 2 Ballroom 1 and 3

Learn how:
to achieve your investment goals using SGX products
to trade beyond stocks
to identify the most suitable SGX product for capital gains or yield income

Talks from 1330hrs with seats allocated on a first-come-first-served basis.

1.30 pm – Welcome Address
Mr Magnus Böcker, CEO, Singapore Exchange

1.45 pm – Where Do We Go From Here?
Global markets and economies recently went through a dive on the back of the European sovereign debt issue. While this issue has receded somewhat, another issue has surfaced. And this is the fear of a double dip recession in the US economy. Is this a false alarm? Hear from economist Dr Tan Kee Wee who will tell you the various scenarios we all face.
Guest Speaker: Dr Tan Kee Wee, Independent Economist and Presenter of MediaCorp Radio 938LIVE’s ‘Money Talks’

2.30 pm – Beyond Volatility : Opportunities in Asia
As the fiscal positions of many European economies go under scrutiny one by one, and uncertainties cloud around the global growth trajectory, 3Q10 will likely present an inflection point. Buying opportunities will present once confidence drops to its lowest in the quarter. Cyclicals bear the brunt of earnings downgrades while Consumer sectors will be lifted by robust domestic economies, lower interest rates and oil prices. Opportunities are in Asia as focus switch to domestic demand theme in 2H10. Find out from Joanne Goh how to identify and tap on these bountiful opportunities.
Guest Speaker: Ms Joanne Goh, Regional Equity Strategist, Group Research, DBS Bank

3.15 pm – Broaden Your Investment Portfolio. Trade Beyond Stocks
To most people, SGX is a platform for trading stocks. But do you know that you can build a diversified portfolio using financial instruments listed on SGX? Find out from Elgin Ting how this can be done using ETFs, REITs and Structured Warrants.
Mr Elgin Ting, Vice President, Securities, Singapore Exchange

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