The Japan Forex Forum

Tokyo, Japan 1 June / 2012

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About the trade show

Euromoney is delighted to announce that the 7th annual Japan Forex Forum will return to Tokyo on 1 June 2012.

2011 was an exceptionally difficult year for Japan and its currency; a recession triggered by the March disaster, a soaring yen and high levels of global instability combined to create a very volatile environment for investors. What will 2012 bring for the Japanese economy? Will the yen soar to even higher levels? Will the BoJ be forced to intervene in the markets once again? The Japan Forex Forum will bring together central bankers, government officials, world class economists, leading investors, blue chip corporates and service providers to address these issues as well as those affecting the dollar, euro and wider global foreign exchange markets.

Last year we were delighted to welcome Haruyuki Toyama, Director-General of the Financial Markets Department of the Bank of Japan who delivered the opening keynote address. Chief investment officers, currency strategists and heads of fixed income from various asset management firms, including Kokusai Asset Management, Nikko Asset Management, Tokio Marine Asset Management, Western Asset Management, Aberdeen Asset Management, Goldman Sachs Asset Management, Baring Asset Management, State Street Global Advisors and Mitsubishi UFJ Asset Management took to the stage to give their views on the Japanese economy, the future of the eurozone, the prospects for emerging Asia and on how to most effectively generate alpha and manage risk in the present global environment.

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Location

Venue: Conrad Tokyo
Address: Minato東新橋1丁目9−1, Tokyo, Japan
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