Conferences

APAC 2019

Risk Premia Conference 2019
Thursday, 24 October

UBS Hong Kong offices

Volatility saw a comeback in 2018, and most asset classes finished the year in negative territory. 2019 has witnessed the most notable risk-on start to the year in decades. But cracks are starting to show.

Join us in October for our third annual UBS Risk Premia Conference to explore the latest in dynamic strategies, featuring renowned practitioners and academics who will offer insights into innovative approaches to capturing Risk Premia, including its interaction with eye-catching AI investing.

APAC Hedge Fund Leaders Conference 2019
Wednesday, 30 October

UBS Hong Kong offices

Please join us at the fourth annual UBS APAC Hedge Fund Leaders Conference, where we will be focusing on the hot topics impacting your business.

The conference will feature prominent speakers from the hedge fund industry with topical panel discussions and breakout sessions, as well as peer networking opportunities.

Asia Energy, Utilities and Materials Conference 2019
Monday, 11 – Tuesday, 12 November

UBS Hong Kong offices

During the corporate days (11 – 12 November), you'll gain access to top management at 25-30 companies through one-on-one and small group meetings, in addition to hearing from a wide range of industry expert speakers. Following the corporate days, we plan to host industry tours in the Asia region (13-15 November).

India Conference 2019
Wednesday, 13 – Thursday, 14 November

Mumbai

Now in its fifteenth year, UBS India Flagship Conference to be held on 13-14th November in Mumbai, offers a unique opportunity to meet with fifty curated companies face to face and understand how they are gearing up to face the current slowdown faced the economy and also what their plans are to tap into the new medium term growth opportunities.

India is gearing up for accelerating growth in the second term for the NDA government, notwithstanding the current slowdown. The reforms of the previous term will likely see consolidation and new opportunities will emerge. In addition, the global trade wars have opened up new opportunities on multiple fronts which India Inc. will look to capitalize upon. Corporate India is in an interesting phase of perceived stability and a government supportive of growth as we head into a period of growth recovery starting 2HFY20. The timing of this event thus offers a unique opportunity to revisit the investment theme in India.

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.

Greater China Conference 2020
Monday, 13 – Friday, 17 January

Pudong Shangri-La Hotel, Shanghai, China

In its twentieth year, the UBS flagship Greater China Conference (GCC) is the leading forum exploring the big ideas and trends shaping China.

One of the largest investor conferences of its kind in Asia, GCC brings together more than 2,600 attendees from across the global financial community.

Featuring international and domestic China specialists, from senior policy makers and economists to UBS analysts, strategists, asset management and industry experts, the agenda includes a series of panel discussions, presentations and debates, grouped around prominent themes.

In parallel, this is the opportunity for investors to meet corporates in small groups or one-on-one meetings. Post conference, investors also have the chance to take part in a series of ‘on the ground’ research tours across mainland China.