JSE Regional Investments & Capital Markets 2012

The Regional Conference on Investment and the Capital Markets
This year’s Conference will run from Tuesday, January 24 through to Thursday, January 26,
2012 and will be held for the third time in Kingston at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel. The successful staging of the previous event has earned it a place as a calendar event to which the business community, investors and other participants regionally look forward to attend each year.  The Jamaica Stock Exchange and our regional counterparts are committed to this event as we are convinced that the focus and the forum can greatly enhance our path towards regional economic development. Major sponsors are Oppenheimer & Co. Inc, Television Jamaica and Jamaica Observer.
 The objectives of the Conference continue to be:
To bring together key participants of the financial services industry to discuss and present ideas on issues pertinent to the development of the sector;
To facilitate a forum for the development of strategies necessary for the future growth of the sector in the region;
To assist in the creation of partnerships and improve understanding between financial               institutions to allow for the generation of investment opportunities;
To provide a showcase for industry trends, products and services;
To create an awareness of the importance of the capital market to the economic development and prosperity of the region.
The event is a unique forum for all constituents of the financial services sector to exchange views and develop strategies for engineering an environment to foster successful growth of the region’s capital markets.  In the past six (6) years, this Conference has attracted decision-makers; CEOs; accountants, attorneys-at-law and other business professionals from different industries from Jamaica and across the Caribbean. Finally, one of the major highpoint which gives credibility and sustainability to this event is the large number of presenters from across the world, who consistently imparts their knowledge.
Here are some of the interested and excited topics to be discussed:
Jamaica’s Economic Plan beyond its 50th Anniversary celebration
Is the Caribbean ready for a Commodities Market?
How can Sports & Entertainment help to spur Economic Development?
Is the Green Paper on Tax Reform much ado about nothing?
Rebranding Kingston
Health Tourism: Why is his on the Region’s back burner?
What are the Alliances needed to make Vision 2030 a reality?
Are the Caribbean Businesses averse to raising capital via the Exchange?
For registration and further details contact the Jamaica Stock Exchange Marketing Department at (876) 967-3271 or email charletten@jamstockex.com or alecial@jamstockex.com