AUSTRALIA - The list of speakers has been confirmed for the forthcoming currency management conference researched and organised by Global Pensions.
Following the success of the past two events in Australia, Global Pensions magazine and Westpac Institutional Bank will once again bring the currency management forum to Sydney on 1 November 2007.
Running from 9am until 4.30pm, Gary Klopfenstein, senior managing director at Mesirow Financial Investment Management and Alan Eisner, managing director of Millennium Global Investments, will be just some of the speakers at the prestigious event.
Among the topics for discussion will be: managing currency in a volatile environment; Australian and global economics and fundamental discretionary currency management. The construction of a multi-manager FX portfolio will also be discussed.
The venue for the conference is Westpac Place, 275 Kent Street, Sydney, NSW 2000.
For more information, contact and registration details can be found on the Global Pensions website.
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