Business Trends: China and its impact on ASEAN and Malaysia
Dates: 12 July 2018 (8.30am - 12.30pm)
Venue: Securities Commission Malaysia
Accreditation: SIDC CPE-approved: 5 CPE points
"The 19th century belonged to England, the 20th century belonged to the U.S., and the 21st century belongs to China. Invest accordingly." - Warren Buffett
After the remarkable of outperformance in 2017, 2018 could mark another strong year for Chinese equities, supported by stable macroeconomic data, upward earnings revisions and reasonale valuations. With the Chinese government shifting its focus from specific growth targets to enhancing the quality of growth and attaining balanced development, China’s economic growth is expected to moderate slightly in the coming years as the economy rebalances away from investment and external demand towards domestic consumption. Now could be the time to capture the best opportunities and add value for investors.
The introduction of the ASEAN Exchanges collaboration in 2011 has ensured a more convenient route to investing in ASEAN countries and allowed investors to take advantage of the booming regional economies. This, together with initiatives under the ASEAN Capital Markets Forum (ACMF) such as the ASEAN Collective Investment Scheme (CIS) framework, has increased the attractiveness of ASEAN to both local and foreign investors.
This programme provides capital market professionals and investors with the latest updates on the dynamics of ASEAN and China markets and the range of investment opportunities available to local investors. Current trends will be laid out along with challenges apparent with cross border investments, followed by what to expect in 2018.
Participants will be able to evaluate business opportunities in China and ASEAN markets relevant for Malaysian investors.
By the end of this programme, participants will be able to:
- recognise the intricacies of China’s economy and recent developments impacting investors
- identify current issues affecting the investment landscape in ASEAN countries
- gain insights into possible short and long term business strategies for ASEAN and China investments
Interactive presentations and Question-and-Answer (Q&A) sessions
Fund managers, wealth managers, investors, dealers’ representatives, investment analysts, corporate finance officers, financial planners
Asset management companies, investment and commercial banks, stockbroking firms, advisory firms, public listed companies and SMEs.
|Fund Managers’ Insights: China
- China’s Economy, the RMB and Financial Markets
- Tomorrow’s Multinationals – Alibaba: China’s Answer to Amazon
- One Belt, One Road Initiative – Expected impact on Asian economies
- RCEP (Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership) – China’s Favourite Trade Deal
|ASEAN the Way to Go
- ASEAN business Facts
- Trade Links with China: How OBOR is Transforming ASEAN
- Doing Business in ASEAN
- How will Malaysia benefit?
|Chasing the Chinese Dragon
- How to Invest in China Right Now? Stock Connect
- Weighing Up the Risks
- Capital Market Sectors to Watch
- Performance of Markets – Shanghai Stock Exchange & Shenzhen Stock Exchange
|Investment Channels of the Future
- Stars Align for ASEAN stock markets
- Long and Short-term Strategies for Investors
- Opportunities for Shariah-compliant Investments
- Challenges and Risks of ASEAN Investments
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