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Treasury Markets Summit to be held in Beijing

The Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) and the Treasury Markets Association (TMA) will jointly organise the Treasury Markets Summit in Beijing on 13 December 2007 (Thursday).

The Summit aims to examine the opportunities and challenges brought about by the Mainland's financial reform and liberalisation. It will discuss how financial institutions and corporations can optimise their capital structure and improve liquidity and risk management through use of sophisticated products and services of treasury markets and efficient financial infrastructure. It will also look into strategies for developing wealth-management business.

The event is supported by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (TDC) and major financial institutions and corporations active in the treasury markets in Hong Kong. Mainland and Hong Kong market participants active in the foreign exchange market, money market, debt securities, derivatives, wealth management, risk management and payment and settlement areas will also join.

Mr Joseph Yam, Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Monetary Authority, and Ms Wu Xiaoling, Deputy Governor of the People's Bank of China, will be the keynote speakers. Other distinguished speakers, including senior regulators and financial experts from both the Mainland and Hong Kong, will share their experience and insights in the four panel sessions during the whole-day event, covering debt securities, financial infrastructure, wealth management and corporate risk management.

"Both the HKMA and the TMA are committed to promoting cooperation between the financial markets of the Mainland and Hong Kong. To develop a mutual-assisting, complementary and inter-active relationship between the two markets, it is important for market participants, industry associations and regulators to engage in frequent and in-depth exchanges," said Mr Eddie Yue, Deputy Chief Executive of the HKMA and Chairman of the TMA Executive Board.

"The Treasury Markets Summit is also an excellent networking opportunity for market participants from the Mainland and Hong Kong," added Mr Yue. "I therefore strongly encourage market participants to take advantage of this event to meet their counterparts and explore new business opportunities."

The programme of the Summit is available at Annex, or at the dedicated website: www.summit.tma.org.hk. Owing to limited space, interested parties are encouraged to register early. Media are also invited to cover the event. For enquiries, please contact TMA Office at (852) 2543 7668 or TDC Beijing Office at (86) 10 6510 1700.

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Hong Kong Monetary Authority
Treasury Markets Association
3 December 2007

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