London hosts 2012 Forex Forum

The Euromoney Forex Forum, the most prestigious event in the foreign exchange market, is taking place on 8-9 May 2012

The Euromoney Forex Forum, the most prestigious event in the foreign exchange market, is taking place on 8-9 May 2012 at the Brewery London. Euromoney’s Forex Forum brings together expert speakers to analyse, discuss and debate the latest events, themes and trends affecting the macroeconomic environment and the world’s major currencies.

Panels of world-class investors, bankers and economists examine global central bank policies, politics and local economic trends, delivering their views on how these will move each of the major currencies.

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The conference offers delegates the chance to listen to experts and to mingle with the industry’s leading individuals.

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With elections pending in the US and France, a change of leadership planned in China for November, increasing volatility in oil prices and the ever looming question mark over Europe, it’s an anxious time for those managing foreign exchange risk or investing directly in the market. “The Euromoney Forex Forum is one of the best uses of time for anyone focused on foreign exchange – you walk away informed about the market, the risks, the trades and the players.” said Robert Savage, CEO of Track.com who delivered a keynote address at last year’s forum, and who will join the event as a panel speaker this year. “This is a must attend event.”

The Forex Forum will bring together panels of expert speakers to address the major issues affecting the forex markets, including:

  • Coping with Unorthodox Monetary Policy
  • Europe – Is the Dream Over?
  • The Dollar and The US Economy
  • Adapting Investment Strategies for Today’s Markets
  • Emerging Market Currencies – Time to Buy?
  • China: Transitioning the Yuan from Trade to Investment
  • 2012: Where Do We Go from Here?

Former MPC Committee Member and now Senior Economic Adviser for PricewaterhouseCoopers, Andrew Sentance, and Author and Founding Partner of Trusted Sources, Jonathan Fenby, will deliver keynote addresses. Panels will comprise of expert speakers from companies including State Street Global Advisors, Record Currency Management, SLJ Macro Partners, Investec, Alliance Bernstein, AHL and Henderson Global Investors.

Forexmagnates team will be reporting from the event – Live and Direct.

Please visit www.euromoneyconferences.com/forex for more details.

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