Sunday, March 14, 2010

Invitation to the LSE Asia Investment Banking Conference 2010

Thanks to Sook Leng for sharing this with me. Aspiring Investment Bankers do check it out!


Dear Students,

The LSE Asia Investment Banking Conference (AIBC) Organising Committee is delighted to present you with the exclusive opportunity to participate in the LSE Asia Investment Banking Conference (AIBC) 2010.

Following from the success of the AIBC 2009, this year we seek to bring you an even more impressive line-up of speakers consisting of top financial services professionals.

Our featured speakers* include:

*       Henry Cai - Chairman, Asia (UBS Investment Bank)
*       Lee Zhang - Chairman, Deutsche Bank China (Deutsche Bank)
*       Colin Banfield - Co-Head of Asia Investment Banking (Nomura)
*       Gokul Laroai - Co-Head of Asia Investment Banking (Morgan Stanley)
*       Fang Fang - Chief Executive Office, J.P. Morgan China (J.P. Morgan)
 (*List of speakers is subject to change)

 At the AIBC 2010, you will have the exclusive opportunity to gain insights into the financial services industry in Asia and network with both speakers and like-minded peers.

 The AIBC 2010 is scheduled to take place on 5-6 July 2010, at the Singapore Management University (SMU) campus in Singapore.

 For further details on registration and the Conference, please visit our website at

Registration closes on the 4th of April 2010 and applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. Thus, we strongly encourage all interested applicants to apply at the earliest opportunity.

 CVs of all participants will be forwarded to our corporate partners unless requested otherwise.

 For further enquiries, please visit the 'Contact Us' page found on our website.

On behalf of the AIBC 2010 Organising Committee, I sincerely look forward to receiving your applications and hope to see you at the LSE Asia Investment Banking Conference 2010!

 Thank you.

 Kind Regards,
 Sook Leng Loh
 Asia Investment Banking Conference 2010
 London School of Economics and Political Science

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