National Asset-Liability Management Conferences

An international series of events for reserve managers and official investors

UPCOMING 2014 EVENTS:

National Asset-Liability Management Africa
30-31 October, 2014, Johannesburg

National Asset-Liability Management Middle East
8-9 December, 2014, Manama, Bahrain

2015 Annual Regional Meetings:

National Asset-Liability Management Europe
London, venue TBC


National Asset-Liability Management Asia

Location TBC

National Asset-Liability Management Americas
Location TBC

About Central Banking Events:

Central Banking Publications hosted its inaugural events on sovereign wealth and national asset-liability management in London and Singapore in 2008. These events have attracted more than 1000 participants from the official sector and stakeholder communities. In response to global demand, the National Asset-Liability Management brand has now expanded to include Africa, the Americas and the Middle East. The conferences continue to provide thought-provoking material, intellectual discussion and unmissable networking opportunities for policy makers and managers of official sector reserves and assets around the world.

These two-day events are the premier forum for decision makers from official sector wealth, reserves and savings funds to examine the implications of current market stresses on investment strategy, risk management and market engagement.

Each event is designed to benefit a particular audience, incorporating in-depth research to produce highly relevant, policy-led agendas.

What can Central Banking Publications add to current debates?

As an independent financial commentator, it is our mission to facilitate informed, co-operative and productive discussion between the key stakeholders through a series of high-level summits, conferences, seminars and meetings.

Each event is designed to benefit a particular target audience and through the many projects that are currently in the pipe-line we aim to have something to benefit anyone who is working in or with an official institution, specifically:

  • Central Banks
  • Ministries of Finance
  • Non-Government Organisations
  • State Pension Funds
  • Investment Banks
  • Commodity Wealth Managers
  • National Treasuries
  • Asset Managers
  • Sovereign Wealth Funds
  • National Infrastructure Funds
  • Stabilisation Funds
  • Institutional Investors
  • Commercial Banks
  • Rating Agencies
  • National Debt Offices
  • Law Firms
  • Regulators
  • State-Owned Enterprises
  • Financial Centre Development Agencies
  • Multi-National Corporations
  • State Investment Boards
  • Supranational Organisations

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National wealth management is currently a sensitive issue but as the ultimate end of such wealth management must necessarily be to support the rising prosperity and a better quality of life of a nations citizens, how can anyone decline to be part of the debate?

Take a look at our global offerings listed above and find out which one is best for you.

 

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