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Asia Trader & Investor Conference, Singapore 07-08 May 2011

ATIC @Singapore 2011 will feature more than 40 seminars conducted by international and local gurus and experts.  The Asian Trader and Investment Convention – Singapore
Covering topics like:

Futures | Equities | Options | ETF | CFD | Commodities | FOREX | Warrants | Alternative Investment | Property | Insurance | Managed Funds

Event Highlights

  • First in bringing breakthrough and new methods of trading
  • Over 50 investment educational seminars
  • A Specialised Panel of top analysts who will conduct real-time analyses of the same stock
  • Special Trading Focus Workshops on Stocks, Futures, Commodities, Gold, ETFs, Options and Warrants
  • Stock Analysis on Regional Markets by International Traders
  • Investor Clinics that help them improve trading
  • Investment Network Platform with different market segment experts
  • Property Investment Showcase – with property investment education and special panel discussion on Property vs Stock Investments
  • The largest Finance and Investment Book fair

First launched in 2006, Asia Trader and Investor Convention (ATIC) event has travelled to 7 Asian Cities, i.e., Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, Ho Chi Minh City, Mumbai, Shenzhen and Tokyo. With participation by over 300 financial services companies, including securities exchanges, retail and consumer banks, securities brokerage firms, asset/fund management firms, listed companies and other financial services providers, ATIC events have attracted over 100,000 active traders and serious investors across Asia.

Source: The ATIC, 05.05.2011


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Tokyo Stock Exchange list’s Brazilian ETF’s

ETFs are funds listed and traded on stock exchanges, which are commonly referred to as “listed investment trusts” in Japanese. Like stocks, investors can trade ETFs on stock exchanges through securities companies.

ETFs aim for “asset management linked to specified stock price indexes, etc.,” and as such, have the quality of very closely tracking the market prices of the underlying stock price index, etc.

“NEXT FUNDS Ibovespa Linked Exchange Traded Fund” ETF managed by Nomura Asset Management Co., Ltd. and the “Daiwa ETF・TOPIX-17” , a group of 17 ETFs managed by Daiwa Asset Management Co. Ltd., are slated to list on the Tokyo Stock Exchange on July 17, 2008, and July 23, 2008, respectively.

ETF management company websites:

NEXT FUNDS Ibovespa Linked Exchange Traded Fund  Nomura Asset Management Co.,Ltd.
Daiwa ETF TOPIX-17  Daiwa Asset Management Co.Ltd.

In its medium term management plan, the TSE set a goal of 100 ETFs listed on the TSE within the next three years. We will continue to make efforts to diversify our ETF lineup in order to live up to the expectations of investors.

Source: TSE June 26,2008

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