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Global Investors Forum 2011

When Nouriel Roubini talks, the world listens.

Listen to renowned economist Nouriel Roubini share his views on the global investment outlook and get valuable insights from the OCBC Wealth Panel and international experts, including Russ Koesterich, iShares Global Chief Investment Strategist, BlackRock.

Receive the Global Trading Growth Pack worth more than $300 of trading tools and rebates by attending the event.

Date: 11 June 2011 (Saturday)

Time: 10am – 4pm (Registration & breakfast will begin at 9am)

Venue: Raffles City Convention Centre, Fairmont Ballroom, Level 4, 80 Bras Basah Road

$199 (OCBC Securities trading account customers)
$249 (Non-customers who are OCBC cardmembers)
$299 (Non-customers)

The programme and registration links can be found below:

Global Investors Forum Programme

Global Investors Forum Registration

Leave a Comment:

Ronald Ng says 10 years ago

Why would I pay to hear him when everytime I see him in Bloomberg or CNBC, I change channel.. OCBC you got real sense of humour. Anytime, I will stick by you as a client, it’s only a minor glitch.

James Tan says 10 years ago

OCBC is just using Nouriel Roubini reputation to attract naive S’porean to attend the seminar & at the same time market their “Global Trading Growth Pack” to investors. This is all just part of the marketing technique.

singaporean says 10 years ago

There are so much information on the internet. One can watch so many world renowned speakers on youtube etc. Does not make sense to spend hundreds of dollars plus have to travel in the heat, spend time and money and opportunity cost to sit somewhere to listen to someone speaks. Shake head, unless there are really daft Singaporeans around.

    lioninvestor says 10 years ago

    Roubini is only speaking for about 40min. I agree with you that there is no point paying so much for this. However, if an event is good, generally I wouldn’t mind paying.

sender says 10 years ago

for myself, i think not wise spending few hundred bucks to listen to all the doom and gloom. Roubini seem to be rivalling Faber for the title of the Greater Doomsayer. Too much doom and gloom make me more sad only. Talking about spending money to make one feel more sad, irony.

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