Malaysian Capital Market Summit The 19th

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Malaysian Capital Market Summit The 19th
The 19th
Malaysian
Capital Market
Summit
The Changing Market Landscape: Sustaining the Growth
24th November 2014 | Royale Chulan Kuala Lumpur
Opening Keynote Address by
YB Datuk Chua Tee Yong
Deputy Minister of Finance
SUPPORTED BY:
The 19th Malaysian Capital Market Summit
Malaysia has achieved economic strong performance in the 1st half of
2014 with GDP growth of 6.2%. In the 2nd quarter, the GDP grew by
6.4%. In the World Bank Report on ease of doing business, Malaysia was
ranked the 6th most business friendly country. In the AT Kearney FDI
Confidence Index released in June 2014, Malaysia jumped from 25th
position to 12th position whereas in the World Economic Forum’s Global
Competitiveness Report, Malaysia rose to 20th most competitive out of
144 countries and ahead of Australia, France and Korea. Budget 2015
also focuses on fiscal consolidation.
All these macro-economic trends augur well for the capital market. The
changing market landscape has seen positive improvements this year
with the market index reaching new highs. The focus on equitable and
inclusive growth will also ensure stability and sustainability.
The Executive Chairman of the Securities Commission has said that the
Malaysian capital market offers the 3C’s – Choice, Consistency and
Competitive returns.
The 19th Malaysian Capital Market will focus on Malaysia’s economic
outlook and challenges and how these will impact on the capital
market. Many measures have been taken to strengthen the capital
market. The annual Malaysian Capital Market Summit provides a
meeting of minds to feel the pulse of the economy and the tempo of
development in Malaysia and to determine the directions the Malaysian
economy will take in the coming year.
The annual series of ASLI’s Malaysian Capital Market Summit is a landmark
programme that have been addressed by Prime Ministers, Finance
Ministers and Securities Commission Chairmen. It provides timely and
reliable information and analysis to investors and market players. It is a
high level gathering of industry players, fund managers, investment
analysts and research houses to discuss issues of strategic importance to
the market. The Summit provides participants with updates on key trends,
risk management, future opportunities and major issues.
THE 19TH MALAYSIAN CAPITAL MARKET SUMMIT
• The road towards the Asean Economic Community and its impact on
the capital market.
• Discuss the future directions and prospects of the Malaysian economy.
• Review the challenges facing the Malaysian market with the outflow
of foreign funds.
• Evaluate how the Equity and Sukuk Markets will fare in the coming year.
BENEFITS OF PARTICIPATING
• Obtain up-to-date and reliable information on how the global,
regional and Malaysian economy will perform over the next 12-18
months.
• Get clarification from Senior Government Officials and Regulators.
• Review the prospects of the Bond Market following the funds outflow.
• Obtain feedback from market players and industry experts.
• Promote sharing of best practices.
• Identify new opportunities in the market.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
• Investment Bankers
• Research Managers
• Accountants
• Securities companies / Stock Brokers
• Institutional Investors
• Business Advisers
• Company Directors
• Finance Directors
• Fund Managers
• CFO’s / Company Secretaries
• Legal Advisers
• Corporate Planning Managers
CONFIRMED ROLE PLAYERS (as at 21st October 2014)
TAN SRI RAMON NAVARATNAM
Chairman, CPPS-ASLI / Group Advisor, Sunway Group
MR. FREDERICO GIL SANDER
Senior Country Economist, The World Bank
MR. P.K. BASU
RealEconomics.com, Singapore
DATO’ DR. ZAHA RINA ZAHARI
Director, Sage 3 Capital Sdn Bhd
MR. EDWARD CLAYTON
Director, PwC Strategy& (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd
DATO’ STEVE ONG
Chief Executive Officer, Private Pension Administrator Malaysia
MR. MOHAMAD SAFRI SHAHUL HAMID
Senior Managing Director & Deputy Chief Executive Officer, CIMB
Islamic Bank Berhad
DR. TAN CHONG KOAY
Founder / Chief Strategist, PHEIM-Asset Management Sdn Bhd
SHAN SAEED
Chief Economist & Investment Strategist, IQI Group Holdings
CHRIS ENG
Head of Research / Head of Products & Alternative Investments,
Etiqa Insurance & Takaful
......and many more
PROGRAMME
8.30 am
Arrival and Registration of Participants
9.00 am
Welcoming Speech by:
Tan Sri Michael Yeoh
Chief Executive Officer / Director
Asian Strategy & Leadership Institute (ASLI)
9.10 am
Opening Keynote Address by:
YB Datuk Chua Tee Yong
Deputy Minister of Finance
9.40 am
Presentation of Mementoes
9.45 am
Morning Refreshments / Informal
Business Interaction
10.15 am
SESSION ONE
Market and Regionalisation – Impact
of AEC on the Capital Market
In 2015, Malaysia will chair ASEAN and
will be in the driver’s seat when the Asean
Economic Community is acutualised.
Regionalisation arising from a single
market and production base will create
new opportunities for the capital
markets. The Asean capital market
initiative also makes trading easier for
investors in the Asean countries that are
participating in the regional capital
market programme. How will the AEC
and greater economic integration impact
on the capital markets? How can Malaysia
benefit? What are the opportunities for
investors? What are the challenges and
issues arising from the AEC? What is the
regional economic outlook?)
11.45 am
Malaysian market become more
attractive to foreign funds and investors?
What more needs to be done to make
Malaysia more attractive?)
1.00 pm
Lunch & Luncheon Address
2.15 pm
SESSION THREE
The Equity and Sukuk Market:
Challenges, Trends and Opportunities
The Malaysian equity and bonds markets
have performed well this year. The equity
market has hit record high on the
Composite Index and fund raising
through IPO’s continue to attract good
interest. On the other hand, the bond
market continue to show strong growth
and keen interest particularly with rising
volume of sukuk origination. What are the
key challenges facing the equity and
bond market? Where is the Malaysian
market heading next year? What are the
key issues that will drive growth of the
market? What are the opportunities in the
equity and bond market? Will the size of
the capital market now exceeding RM2.5
trillion grow faster? What could be
constraints to growth?)
3.30 pm
Malaysia has the largest unit trust
industry in Asean and a growing stock
market capitalization exceeding RM1.5
trillion. There is also growing focus on
Islamic Wealth Management. The Private
Retirement Scheme will create new
opportunities in the wealth management
industry. Where will the wealth
management industry go? How can
growth be sustained? What are key issues
to address?)
SESSION TWO
Malaysia – The Rising Star: Making the
Market More Attractive
Various measures have been taken by the
Malaysian Government and the Securities
Commission to make Malaysia a more
attractive investment destination. The
regulatory
framework
has
been
enhanced. Several sectors have been
liberalised. Malaysia has also moved up
several key global rankings – no. 6
position in the World Bank East of Doing
Business ranking, No. 12 in the IMP
Competitiveness Report whereas in the
World
Economic
Forum’s
Global
Competitiveness Report, Malaysia rose to
be 20th most competitive nation from 24
position last year ahead of Australia,
France and Korea. What will drive growth
in the Malaysian economy? How will the
SESSION FOUR
Wealth Management: What’s New?
What’s Next?
4.45 pm
End of Summit / Afternoon Refreshments
Note:
The Organiser reserves the right to amend the programme in the best interest of
the Summit.
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