Conferences

APAC 2019

UBS conferences lead the financial services industry and provide a variety of opportunities for investors. From global sector multi day programmes to product or country specific one-on-one days. Our conferences provide investors, company management and industry experts the ability to connect, while gathering insight on corporate strategies and industry trends.

Australasian Investor Briefings 2019

Thursday, 28 February
UBS Singapore Offices

Friday, 1 March 2019
UBS Hong Kong Offices

The UBS Australasian Investor Briefings are designed to give you access to senior executives from a select group of Australia's leading companies. The meetings will be held in Singapore on 28 February and in Hong Kong on 1 March.

Australian Emerging Companies Conference Series 2019: Mining Services

Tuesday, 9 April
UBS Sydney office

This compact one day seminar will be structured into presentations centred on mining services and will feature senior executives of both listed and unlisted companies.

Australian Emerging Companies Conference Series 2019: Technology

Wednesday, 10 April
UBS Sydney office

This compact one day seminar will be structured into presentations centred on technology and will feature senior executives of both listed and unlisted companies.

HK/China Small & Mid-caps Corporate Day 2019

Wednesday, 10 April
UBS Hong Kong Offices

Why small mid-caps?

Post a challenging year of 2018 with MSCI China index down -20%, sentiment has improved coming into 2019, with expectations of policy and liquidity easing in China, boosting up the index by 12% YTD. Will this spread out to small mid-caps, given MSCI China small mid-caps now is only trading at 8.4x forward PE? We think it's the time to revisit small mid-caps in April, post their annual results. Come and join us!

How to find small mid-caps ideas in 2019?

We expect investors to be more selective, with a focus on fundamental earnings quality and valuation margin of safety. We believe there could be chances in certain cyclical names with earnings turnaround potential. In some relatively undervalued (vs A Share) names in "popular" sectors, and maybe in the relatively "new" names which were listed in recent years but with more attractive valuations now.

APAC Financials and Fintech Conference 2019

Monday, 20 – Tuesday, 21 May
UBS Hong Kong offices

Wednesday, 22 May – Friday, 24 May 
Post-conference tours (Beijing and Shenzhen)

Please join us at the UBS APAC Financials Conference. Over the week you can:

  • Access our deep network of institutional investors and corporate management from financial companies across Asia via the meeting schedules
  • Explore key themes in the financial sector: Macro Outlook, Consumer Finance & Fintech, NPL Trend, P2P, China Bond Market, Insurance and more
  • Get differentiated perspectives from key business leaders, financial sector experts and industry specialists
  • Join a tour to Beijing & Shenzhen with the themes of Macro, Financials and Fintech.

HK/ China Property Conference 2019

Wednesday, 22 – Thursday, 23 May
UBS Hong Kong offices

The Hong Kong/China Property Conference is in its 14th year. Our aim is to give you a deep understanding of which companies are optimally positioned to capitalize on current market conditions, and for you to meet companies active in the China and Hong Kong property markets, including property companies, REITs, industry experts and UBS representatives.

Australian Emerging Companies Conference Series 2019: FinTech

Tuesday, 28 May
UBS Sydney office

This compact one day seminar will be structured into presentations centred on fintech and will feature senior executives of both listed and unlisted companies.

Australian Emerging Companies Conference Series 2019: Healthcare & BioTech

Wednesday, 29 May
UBS Sydney office

This compact one day seminar will be structured into presentations centred on healthcare and biotech and will feature senior executives of both listed and unlisted companies.

Asian Consumer, Leisure and Gaming Conference 2019

Monday, 10 – Tuesday, 11 June
UBS Hong Kong Offices

Wednesday, 12 – Friday, 14 June
Post conference tours

Changing industry dynamics, government policies, and currencies are some of the factors affecting consumption in key Asian markets.

Despite challenges and uncertainties, the underlying growth drivers appear intact including urbanization, trade-up trends, overseas expansion and M&A.

How are Asian consumer, leisure and gaming companies positioned? Meet industry experts and senior company management for business updates and learn about companies' business strategies for 2019 and beyond.

Asia Technology, Media and Internet (TMI) Conference 2019

Tuesday, 18 – Wednesday, 18 June
UBS Hong Kong Offices

Taking place in Hong Kong, this UBS Investor Conference is focused on Asia’s booming TMI sector.

Via curated expert panel discussions, you'll hear different perspectives on wide-ranging topics including where the technology revolution is taking us next; how early stage 5G discussions will change infrastructure access and content consumption; and opportunities for content producers to improve monetization due to the proliferation of OTT video.

Korea Conference 2019

Monday, 24 – Tuesday, 25 June
Conrad Seoul

Wednesday, 26 June
Post-conference tours

At our much anticipated Korea Conference, we will discuss and debate the most pressing topics on investors’ minds.

  • Are we nearing the trough or have we just started the downturn in the memory cycle?
  • Would easing geopolitical tension be a game changer for Korea?
  • Is corporate governance in Korea improving?
  • How can Korea position itself to benefit from US-China trade tension?

You will have access to over 80 Korean companies from diverse sectors all providing you with insights into their strategies, as well as the most urgent industry trends and challenges. Our conference will help you identify and optimize investment opportunities within the current environment.

Taiwan Conference 2019

Wednesday, 26 June
Pre-conference tours

Thursday, 27 June – Friday, 28 June
Grand Hyatt Taipei

Saturday, 29 June
Cycling tour

Taiwan conference will take place in Taipei straight after the Korea Conference in Seoul. At the Taiwan Conference, we will discuss and debate the most pressing topics on investors’ minds.

  • What catalysts will serve as key drivers in 2019 beyond potential weak/stagnant smartphone demand? Could it be server, data centre, AI, IoT, EV, VR, 5G, gaming? Which names could potentially benefit from the rising trends? 
  • How can Taiwan best position itself and further benefit from US-China trade tension as potential manufacturing and production move out of China? 
  • If cross Strait relations improve, which names might be the focus?
  • After a sharp correction from October 2018, valuations become attractive compared with the historical trading range. Which names really stand out in 2019, and are not to be missed?

You will have access to over 70 Taiwanese companies from diverse sectors all providing you with insights into their strategies, as well as the most urgent industry trends and challenges. Our conference will help you identify and optimize investment opportunities within the current environment.

Australasia Conference 2019

Monday, 18 – Tuesday, 19 November
Sydney, Australia

The UBS Australasia Conference has become one of the leading financial forums in which to explore the trends and challenges shaping Australia and New Zealand. In its fifth year, our conference will feature two days of lively panel discussions, keynote and sector presentations alongside a full programme of small group and one-on-one meetings.

Australian Emerging Companies Conference Series 2019: Food & Agribusiness

Tuesday, 3 December
UBS Sydney office

This compact one day seminar will be structured into presentations centred on food & agribusiness and will feature senior executives of both listed and unlisted companies.

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