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Warwick Emerging Markets Forum 2014

Event from Warwick Emerging Markets Society

Friday 07 November 2014, 6:30pm - 6pm

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Warwick Emerging Markets Forum 2014

7 – 8 November, 2014

Friday and Saturday of Week 6

Friday:

   17:30 Registration 

   18:30 Start

   20:45 Networking Drinks

Saturday 

   10:00 Start

   13:20 Lunch

   18:00 Closing

 

Our biggest event, the WEMF 2014 explores a wide range of economic, financial, political, social, investment, business, and development issues facing these countries. The only multi-disciplinary Forum and Society at Warwick aiming to broaden our members’ intellectual horizons; WEMF has been a great success since its launch in 2011. Last year we welcomed about 250 students and professionals from Warwick, as well as other leading universities across the country, including LSE, UCL, Bristol, and Nottingham.

EY and OBG will have stalls throughout the course of the Forum to engage with our delegates.

Speakers include:

  1. Pritha Mitra and team - Middle Eastern and Central Asia Senior Economist, IMF

    Conflicts, oil, and economic transitions: Regional economic outlook for the Middle East and Central Asia
     
  2. Rizal Djaafara - Chief Representative for Europe and Africa, Central Bank of Indonesia

    Indonesia’s relative economic position to other Emerging Markets and major countries: Progress, outlook & challenges
     
  3. David Aserkoff – Executive Director, CEEMEA Equity Strategist, J.P. Morgan

    Are Emerging Markets really emerging?
     
  4. Samir Gadio - Head of Africa Strategy, Standard Chartered Bank

    Capitalising on frontier Africa's idiosyncratic market features
     
  5. Jagannath Iyer – General Lending and Leverage Finance Associate, Allen & Overy

    Banking and finance in Emerging Markets: Access to credit and challenges
     
  6. Madhur Jha - Senior Global Economist, Standard Chartered Bank

    Global growth: Emerging Markets are key?
     
  7. Hazel Henderson - Futurist, Economic Iconoclast, Author and TV Presenter

    Mapping the global transition to the solar age: Breakdowns driving breakthroughs
     
  8. Juan Pablo Cavelier - Ambassador in Special Assignment to Expo Milano 2015, Government of Colombia

    Colombia’s magic realism
     
  9. Lord Meghnad Desai - Professor Emeritus, London School of Economics

    The role of politics in shaping the path of Emerging Markets
     
  10. Ali Dhaloomal - Emerging Markets Credit Analyst, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

    Emerging Markets corporate credit outlook

 

Panel 1How to raise debt finance and where to invest in Emerging Markets

Panel 2Development through globalisation: an Emerging Markets 


For a Standard Ticket, you can enjoy:

  • 8 Individual Talks

  • 2 Panels

  • 1 Workshop 

  • Networking Drinks on 7 November

  • Networking Lunch (Full Chinese Buffet by China Red in Coventry) on 8 November

  • Refreshments

  • Access to Oxford Business Group’s entire archive online for 3 years

 

For Premium Ticket, you also get:

  • Networking Dinner at close of Forum with Speakers and Sponsors

  • A Country Report by Oxford Business Group (RRP £130) – collectable upon registration

 

                         

 

Check our website for the latest details: www.warwickemf.com or email us at info@warwickemf.com

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