Melbourne APEC Finance Centre
MAFC is to host a dialogue in Q1 2008 bringing together funds management practitioners and APEC regulators to assess opportunities and threats in the region's burgeoning pension funds.
The Melbourne APEC Finance Quarterly will advise readers of the work of the Centre and issues of contemporary experience in finance.
The report summarizes key outcomes of the dialogue convened in Melbourne for Chinese and Australian bankers.
The 14th APEC Finance Ministers Meeting concluded with the release of a Joint Ministerial Statement.
A Chinese delegation of bankers recently met with Australian regulators and banking practicioners in Melbourne to discuss implementing Basel II.
In this address, the Dean of ANZSOG Prof Allan Fels AO, focusses on four key questions that regulators need to respond to in the pursuit of good governance
The First APEC Public-Private Sector Forum on Bond Market Development discussed the need to develop and deepen corporate bond markets in Asia-Pacific economies.
The Minister for Industry and State Development, Major Projects and Small Business, The Hon Theo Theophanous MLC launched the Centre in an official ceremony recently.
The grave consequences of a failure in the WTO's Doha Development consequences of a failure in the WTO's Doha Development Round tops the leaders' agenda in Vietnam.