Event Date : May 28th Time : 4:00 – 6:00 pm
Fiscal year 2011 seems to have been the year of corporate scandals and governance mishaps in Japan. As a result, policymakers have voiced serious concern about the need to improve corporate governance because "foreign money is deserting the market".
What about 2012? What are foreign investors most concerned about? What do they want Japanese managers to do better – not only on the corporate governance front, but in general? And are they in fact deserting the Japanese stock market, or it just normal ebbs and flows we are seeing?
To give us the answers, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Japan and The Board Director Training Institute of Japan (BDTI) , have brought together a panel including some of the most experienced representatives and advisors of foreign portfolio investment in Japan. Panel discussion will be moderated by Nicholas Benes, Representative Director of The Board Director Training Institute of Japan. All discussion will be in English.
· Takeyuki Ishida, Executive Director in charge of proxy voting advisory business for Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS) in Japan
· Willie Chang, Director and head of Equity Capital Markets at Fidelity Japan
· Hiromitsu Kamata, Head of Japanese Equity Target Department at Amundi Japan (the fund management subsidiary of Credit Agricole/ Societe Generale)
· Howard Smith, Managing Director of Indus Capital Advisors, Inc.
· Scott Callon, CEO of Ichigo Asset Management
Legal Advisor: Kiyoshi Takahashi, Partner, TMI Associates
Date : May 28th
Time : 4:00 – 6:00 pm
Charge: 5,000 Yen
We expect there will be strong interest in this event, so if you are interested to sign up, please use this CCCJ event registration form soon. Please enter "Guest of the CCCJ" in the "Membership Category" box:
We look forward to seeing you there.
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