Global Investment Bank Announces Global Business Summit Asia 2021
Wednesday, June 9, 2021 12:05 AM
HONG KONG / ACCESSWIRE / June 9, 2021 / Hong Kong-based Global Investment Bank announced its inaugural Global Business Summit virtual conference scheduled for August 2021. "Global Investment Bank is pleased to invite the very best professionals to come together for an opportunity to review global investment banking, exchange and devise strategies towards moving forward in these challenging times," said Global Investment Bank CEO, Colin Chung.
Virtual full-day conference hosted by Global Investment Bank to provide a roadmap to growth of digital and legacy banking for professionals working in Greater China, Southeast Asia and East Asia. Summit attendees will network and share their insights on raising capital, growing an organization, negotiating with government agencies, increasing revenues and employment, attracting new clients, and more.
The Global Investment Bank summit will also include opportunities for interactive Q&As with Asian business leaders, as well as moderated panel discussions discussing global issues facing Asian firms. A core focus area for the conference is the growth of digital banking: "Digital banks and the rise of the fintech sector is a fascinating area, and we want the opportunity to draw connections and intersections between legacy banking with the disruptive forces of digital banking," said Global Investment Bank CEO Chung.
Panel sessions hosted by Global Investment Bank carry a wide range of topics of intense interest to Asian companies. Panelists will discuss everything from how to raise venture money for digital banking, raising capital in Asia, establishing capital trust and relationship building.
"The purpose of the Global Investment Bank summit is to provide a forum for professionals in the field to learn, share ideas, and mentor each other as they address current problems in the industry," said Global Investment BankCEO Chung, on call from Global Investment Bank Malaysia's office.
"This summit is designed for individuals who work in many industries, including securities organizations, brokerage firms, consulting firms, government agencies, financial institutions and non-profit organizations," said Global Investment Bank CEO Chung. The participants will have the opportunity to ask questions of each other and to share their ideas on fintech, digital banking, capital in Asia and more.
Among panelists at Global Investment Bank's summit is GCG Asia CEO Margaret Alexander who said, "We are indeed looking forward to speaking at a panel as well as to network and interact with our peers. Digital meetings offer many opportunities for exposure, especially at a summit at this scale."
Digital banks are poised to disrupt mainstream payments fundamentally transforming how bank funds are acquired, financed, and spent. "As Fintech payments become more accessible to consumers and businesses we will witness a further disruption of payments but this time it will be service providers who will reap the rewards," said GCG Asia's Alexander.
"Digital banks and the fintech sector have captured the imagination of many from China and Southeast Asia in 2021, looking at the sizable capital global investing and banking has deployed into the area since last year. This is among the reasons why the focus area will be very relevant for us when we convene,' said Global Investment Bank's Chung.
Other panels of interest Global Investment Bank's summit will be focussed on SPACs for Asian companies considering going public via a SPAC merger. A series of virtual breakout rooms for those seeking merger targets, leading global investment banks active with SPACs, and investment funds active in SPAC-related PIPE investments. "We have seen the uptick of SPAC activity and since SPACs have a more complicated lifecycle and capital structure than the traditional IPO, we felt its inclusion is essential," said Chung.
"We feel it's essential that participants be fully informed and supported by our experts who are in the midst of deal flow and informed about changing regulations,' said Global Investment Bank's Chung.
All panels will be conducted in English with simultaneous translation in Chinese.
The panels will run from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Hong Kong time.
Registration for the summit will open on July 21st.
Global Investment Bank is a leading capital trust, financial services and investment institution based in Hong Kong.
SOURCE: Global Investment Bank
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