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Mongolia Trade & Commodity Finance Conference

2-Р Сар 25, 2013

Following a highly successful inaugural gathering Exporta is delighted to announce the return of the Mongolia Trade & Commodity Finance Conference, taking place in Ulaanbaatar in May 2013. The only event specifically organised for the Mongolian trade and commodity finance community, the conference will once again provide an unrivalled platform for discussion and networking for those leading local and international practitioners looking to tap into the huge potential of this rapidly developing market.

Over 130 high-level delegates attended the inaugural Mongolia conference in October 2011, where some of the country’s most senior business leaders joined international financiers to discuss the numerous opportunities offered by Mongolia’s vast natural resources, as well as the challenges faced in realising sustainable growth and development in line with the expectations and limitations of its growing population.

2013’s gathering will again assess the key considerations of those seeking to access the Mongolian market as well as those already operating in the country, with debate centred on mining, minerals and the impact of huge commodity-led growth, as well as perspectives provided on local banking capacity, the primary challenges facing Mongolia’s private sector, the opportunities available for new market entrants, and an examination of the country’s regulatory landscape.

With a host of expert speakers sourced from both the local and international markets utilising a proven event format, the 2nd Mongolia Trade & Commodity Finance Conference will serve as the key trade gathering for the region’s primary industry actors. As with all Exporta conferences, numerous networking sessions will be built into the day’s proceedings providing ample opportunity to create crucial connections with the various decision makers in attendance. The conference will be followed by an evening drinks reception, where discussions can be continued in a more informal setting.


Amongst the topics to be covered:
• Does the Mongolian banking sector hold sufficient capacity to realise the countries full economic growth potential?
• To what extent will international institutions be required to play a bigger role in providing additional liquidity?
• Highlighting key infrastructure projects and financing requirements for extensive further development
• Assessing demand and supply factors impacting Mongolia’s insurance sector
• How are the key considerations of Mongolian corporates changing in line with market conditions?
• Mapping the regulatory terrain for those operating in the extractive industries
• Examining the impact of Mongolia’s attitude towards neighbours such as China and Russia on the opportunities available to western companies
• Highlighting the role of developmental institutions in bridging market gaps and facilitating private sector growth

Who should attend?

• Trade, export and commodity finance heads and directors
• Multinationals and SMEs
• Insurance underwriters and brokers
• Export credit agencies
• Multilaterals
• Solution providers
• Lawyers and consultants
• Market analysts and policy advisors

For more information here.

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Following a highly successful inaugural gathering Exporta is delighted to announce the return of the Mongolia Trade & Commodity Finance Conference, taking place in Ulaanbaatar in May 2013. The only event specifically organised for the Mongolian trade and commodity finance community, the conference will once again provide an unrivalled platform for discussion and networking for those leading local and international practitioners looking to tap into the huge potential of this rapidly developing market.

Over 130 high-level delegates attended the inaugural Mongolia conference in October 2011, where some of the country’s most senior business leaders joined international financiers to discuss the numerous opportunities offered by Mongolia’s vast natural resources, as well as the challenges faced in realising sustainable growth and development in line with the expectations and limitations of its growing population.

2013’s gathering will again assess the key considerations of those seeking to access the Mongolian market as well as those already operating in the country, with debate centred on mining, minerals and the impact of huge commodity-led growth, as well as perspectives provided on local banking capacity, the primary challenges facing Mongolia’s private sector, the opportunities available for new market entrants, and an examination of the country’s regulatory landscape.

With a host of expert speakers sourced from both the local and international markets utilising a proven event format, the 2nd Mongolia Trade & Commodity Finance Conference will serve as the key trade gathering for the region’s primary industry actors. As with all Exporta conferences, numerous networking sessions will be built into the day’s proceedings providing ample opportunity to create crucial connections with the various decision makers in attendance. The conference will be followed by an evening drinks reception, where discussions can be continued in a more informal setting.

Amongst the topics to be covered:
• Does the Mongolian banking sector hold sufficient capacity to realise the countries full economic growth potential?
• To what extent will international institutions be required to play a bigger role in providing additional liquidity?
• Highlighting key infrastructure projects and financing requirements for extensive further development
• Assessing demand and supply factors impacting Mongolia’s insurance sector
• How are the key considerations of Mongolian corporates changing in line with market conditions?
• Mapping the regulatory terrain for those operating in the extractive industries
• Examining the impact of Mongolia’s attitude towards neighbours such as China and Russia on the opportunities available to western companies
• Highlighting the role of developmental institutions in bridging market gaps and facilitating private sector growth

Who should attend?
• Trade, export and commodity finance heads and directors
• Multinationals and SMEs
• Insurance underwriters and brokers
• Export credit agencies
• Multilaterals
• Solution providers
• Lawyers and consultants
• Market analysts and policy advisors

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