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Economic Outlook Singapore

March 24, 2015

Chicago Booth is known for an intellectual approach that leaves no question unasked and no assumption unchallenged.

Our event in Singapore features a candid discussion with Amit Seru, professor of finance at Chicago Booth; Bruce Blakeman, vice president of Corporate Affairs, Asia-Pacific, at Cargill Incorporated; and Bernie Yeung, MBA '81, PhD '84, president of ABFER Executive Committee and dean of National University of Singapore Business School. They will examine corruption in financial markets in China and Singapore; potential avenues for policy reform; and implications for the governance and corporate sector.

Be part of the conversation. Questions will be taken from the audience following the discussion.

Speakers

Introduction:
Goh Swee Chen, '03 (AXP-2)
Chairperson, Shell Companies in Singapore

Moderator:
Pritash Mathur, '05 (AXP-4)
Chief Operating Officer and Head Asset Wealth Management, APAC, Deutsche Bank AG

Panelists:
Bruce Blakeman
Vice President, Corporate Affairs, Asia-Pacific, Cargill Incorporated

Amit Seru
Professor of Finance, Chicago Booth

Bernie Yeung, MBA '81, PhD '84
President of ABFER Executive Committee and Dean of National University of Singapore Business School

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Event Details

Chicago Booth Singapore Campus
101 Penang Road
Singapore 238 466

Program Agenda

6:30 – 7 p.m. Registration 
7 – 8 p.m. Discussion and Q&A 
8 – 9 p.m. Reception

Pricing

Alumni $20 
Alumni and Guest $30 
General Admission $35 
General and Guest $45 
Prospective Student Free

Prices are Singapore dollars. 

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