Premier forum for managers of public sector balance sheets
8-9th July 2015, Fullerton Hotel, Singapore
The 8th annual National Asset-Liability Management Asia conference hosted by Central Banking Publications returns to Singapore on 8-9th July, 2015 at the Fullerton hotel. The annual conference brings together senior central bank reserves and sovereign wealth professionals from across Asia and the world and is a perfect forum for sharing expertise and insights.
In recent months, a clear trend of diverging monetary policies and asymmetrical economic growth worldwide has emerged. Coupled with the developing political tensions in Eastern Europe and Middle East, it is vital for sovereign investors to prepare for possible market volatility. This year's conference will assess the impact of these trends on national balance sheets and uncover strategies to improve yields and control risks through thought provoking panel presentations, interactive panel discussions and practical case studies.
Key topics of the 2015 Conference include:
• A global outlook on the normalisation of monetary policies,
• Insights into the trend of divergence and its impact on Asian economies,
• An overview of geopolitical risks and what it means for central banks' balance sheets,
• Analysis of capital flows in Asia-Pacific and what the future holds,
• Effective reserves management in times of excessive foreign currency reserves,
• Holistic risk management for sovereign wealth management,
• Navigating the risks and opportunities in emerging markets
Join the conversation with central banking leaders and reserves managers.
National Asset-Liability Management (NALM) Singapore conference is part of the NALM global event series discussing the latest trends in reserve management for the public sector and official investors. Over the past 7 years the events in Asia have attracted over 1,000 participants from the public sector and stakeholder communities. The conference continues to provide thought-provoking material, intellectual discussions and excellent networking opportunities for policy makers and public sector reserves and asset managers from around the world.