Presentation from Sustainable Development Financing meeting session 5: Capital market development II (Institutional investors & connecting capital markets)

Presentation from Sustainable Development Financing meeting session 5: Capital market development II (Institutional investors & connecting capital markets)

 
Date: 
Saturday, June 14, 2014
Abstract

Session 5: Capital market development II (Institutional investors & connecting capital markets)

Globally, institutional investors such as pension, insurance and sovereign wealth funds hold up to $85 trillion in assets, with relatively long duration liabilities that are suitable for long-term investments through the development of regional capital market. This session explores ways to attract international institutional investors and to foster the development of domestic institutional investors.
The session also discusses ways to connect capital markets across countries and implementation of macro prudential policies to minimize disruptive capital flows.

Chair
• Sarath Amunugama, Senior Minister, Ministry of Finance, Sri Lanka Panellist
• Masahiro Kawai, Tokyo University and former Dean, ADB Institute
• Alistair Scarff, Country Risk Executive Asia Pacific, Bank of America Merrill Lynch
• Michael Petit, Managing Director, Affiliate Network Management AP, Standard & Poor’s
• Kyungsoo Kim, former Deputy Governor, Bank of Korea
• Shari Speigel, Chief, Policy Analysis & Development Branch, FfDO, UNDESA
• Wan Rahim Kamil, Islamic Capital Market, Securities Commission Malaysia
• Peter Dirou, Senior Advisor, ADB Pacific Private Sector Development Initiative
• Benjamin Quinones, Chairman of Asian Solidarity Economic Council

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