The Five Keywords to Asset Allocation in 2010: Dollar, Commodity, Inflation, Equity, and BRICs.
Date: 17.09.2009, Seoul, Korea
We can daresay it was a year of turmoil, giving us a lot of strain and pain but we have learned through history that after every turning point in history, we see great opportunities. The keynote speech was done by Ajay Kapur, Mirae Asset Securities (Hong Kong)’s global research top strategist. He talks about 10 new trends in this global turning point.
Date: 11.11.2008, Seoul, Korea
In Korea, coupled with the anxiety caused by the recent financial turmoil, the pension investment practice gravitating toward risk avoidance even spur the rush to principal guaranteed investment options with regards to the defined benefit pension plan. Mirae Asset Research Institute for Retirement Pension raised questions, what the rational pension investment is in this situation and what we should do. And it invited pension experts to give some clues for the issues in the 3rd Mirae Asset Retirement Pension Seminar.
Date: 04.11.2008, Seoul, Korea
This forum offered a discussion of what strategies for asset allocation might become necessary when the capital market finds itself at a historical turning point. Using contemporary examples of asset allocation in advanced economies such as the U.S., we forecast asset allocation strategies that are most likely to succeed.
Date: 29.04.2008, Seoul, Korea
In Korea, retirement pensions are still in the early stages of introduction. But the strategic vision that pension fund managers exhibit in the medium and long term could make a substantial difference in the role pensions end up playing. So the Mirae Asset Research Institute for Retirement Pension performed case studies of retirement pensions of progressive corporations in America and Japan, and prepared an international seminar on Retirement Pensions and Corporate Management.
Date: 15.01.2008, Seoul, Korea
Jeremy J. Siegel, a professor at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and a stock analyst, is a renowned authority on stock investment strategy. He explains how to shape an investment strategy around current conditions in the global capital market. Professor Siegel shares the strategy he has recommended to investors all along: a portfolio of long-term investments based on market fundamentals.
Date: 09.10.2007, Seoul, Korea
In light of the reality of an aging society that is also living much longer, we investigate the growing demand for real estate, a stable asset that continuously generates cash. We explore the desirability of real estate investment in emerging markets, where a higher return is expected. We investigate trends in the international real estate market from a global point of view, and note the role of property values in Korea and in other Asian markets. Finally, we attempt to devise hypothetical real estate asset-allocation strategies that will best serve the needs of forum participants.
Date: 02.05.2007, Seoul, Korea
The direction of the world economy is turning. If its future were represented in a flow chart, showing the relationship between price and growth, geopolitical strain, and differences in regional growth, it would veer sharply from its path in the recent past. In this forum, we examine a world economy in transition, and use our observations to help formulate hypothetical asset allocation strategies that meet the needs of forum participants.
Date: 27.10.2006, Hong Kong
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