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The 2006 Seminar on Financial StabilityBali, 21 – 23 September 2006
This seminar will address the challenge of distilling the benefits of Basel II for financial stability. Bank Indonesia offers a highly informed account of contemporary policy issues presented by high caliber speakers in Basel II and financial stability arenas. This seminar will also shed lights on all pertinent issues of Basel II implementation and challenges
VenueInterContinental Resort BaliJalan Uluwatu 45 Jimbaran 80361Bali IndonesiaPhone: +62 361 701888Fax : +62 361 701777Visit www.bali.intercontinental.com or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Speakers Charles Freeland, Basel Committee on Banking SupervisionMarilou Uy, World BankAsli Demirguc-Kunt, World BankProfessor Alistair Milne, City University of LondonMaman H. Somantri, Bank IndonesiaAndreas Gottschling, Deutsche BankRajagopalan Ravimohan, Association of Credit Rating Agency in Asia (ACRAA)Soon Chong LIM, DBS Bank Matthew Foss, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Yasushi Shiina, FSA Japan Jim Gunner, Hong Kong Shanghai Banking Corporation
Contact Ita Rulina (email@example.com) or Endang K. Saputra (firstname.lastname@example.org) and please retrieve the seminar prospectus for more details
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