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THE GLOBAL DERIVATIVES MAGAZINE

ROUNDTABLE

Malaysia derivatives
Global access through a global partner
Held on September 18, 2012 in Singapore

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THE FOW ASIA ROUNDTABLES: BURSA MALAYSIA DERIVATIVES Sponsored by:

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Date: 18 September

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Location: Marina Mandarin, Singapore

Time: 14:45 (15:00 start)

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Chairman: Moderator: Azila Abdul Aziz, Teyu Che Chern, http://www.fow.com/Stub/SponsoredRoundtable.html Steven Lai Choon Lim, director, OSK executive director chief executive, Chong Kim Seng, William Mitting, Investment Bank dealing, Kenanga Phillip Futures chief executive, editor and publisher, contact Helen Seidenberg at hseidenberg@fow.com or + 44 207 779 8351 Deutsche Futures Bursa Malaysia FOW Derivatives

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Julien Le Noble, managing director, CME Asia

Shamsuddin bin Mohd Mahayidin, director of foreign exchange Bank Negara Malaysia

Natarajan Narayanasamy, executive director, LT International

David Strachan, managing director, JPMorgan

William Mitting, FOW: I think it goes without saying that Malaysia is one of the most exciting derivative markets globally right now. At a time when volumes are in decline on a number of Western exchanges, it’s more important than ever that international investors can grow in new markets. Bursa Malaysia Derivatives has been growing for some time now, but it is over the past 12 to 18 months that it’s

really begun to attract international attention on a greater scale than before. To begin, Mr Chong, can you give us a little background to the growth of the Malaysian markets and the economic growth within Malaysia itself? Chong Kim Seng, Bursa

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