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The deñn|t|ve event for |nvest|ng and operat|ng |n
Myanmar
Even though the boom-bust cycles of ASEAN’s Tiger economies
was not that long ago, fever has gripped markets making Myanmar
one of the hottest spots for investing or setting up a new business
– around the world!
It is also the 3rd most corrupt country in the world and had very
little infrastructure investment over the past 40 years. Any decision
to invest in Myanmar needs to be cautious and well researched.
Held in the region's fnancial capital, this conference brings
Myanmar's leading business and government fgures together to
provide delegates with an in-depth look at Myanmar’s economic
outlook, investment risks and opportunities.
º Network and ga|n |ns|ghts with key business leaders packed
with years of trade and investment experience in Myanmar
º Gain detailed information to make |nformed |nvestment
dec|s|ons
º Formu|ate new venture and partnersh|p strategies with local
companies
The opportunity to be a frst mover and market leader in Myanmar
is now. Be cautious but don’t miss out!
Raj|v B|swas,
Chief Asia Economist,
IHS
Doug|as C|ayton,
Founder and Chief Executive
Ofhce|,
Leopard Capital
R|ck Mayo-Sm|th,
Managing Director,
Indochina Capital
Andrew R|ckards,
C||ef Exec0t|ve Ofhce|,
Yoma Strategic Holdings
Andy Ho,
Managing Director and Head
of Investment,
VinaCapital
Ken Tun,
President & Chief Executive
Ofhce|,
Parami Energy Group of
Companies
Des Sheehy,
Founder and Managing
Director,
Duxton Asset Management
Dr Maung Maung Lay,
Vice President,
Union of Myanmar
Federation of Chambers of
Commerce and Industry
Dr Aung Thura
(Patr|ck Fuchs|,
C||ef Exec0t|ve Ofhce|,
Thura Swiss
Pau| Foskey,
Executive Vice President,
Hotel Development, Asia-
Pac|hc,
Marriott International, Inc.
Br|ng|ng ASEAN's |atest t|ger economy and ñnanc|a| cap|ta| together to network
and d|scuss key |nvestment opportun|t|es and |dent|fy r|sks
Organised by
Network and share |ns|ghts w|th:
º Accor
º All Myanmar lnvestment Partners
º Asia Law
º Bank of Singapore
º Caudex Asia
º Control Risks
º CUBE Capital
º Deloitte
º Dezan Shira & Associates
º DFDL
º Frontier lnvestment &
Development Partners
º GCP Hospitality Management
º Ministy of Mines (Myanmarj
º Mynmar Awba Group
º P&A Asia
º Rothschild
º Stepheson Harwood
SINGAPORE Conference | 17 & 18 Sep 2012 Workshop | 19 Sep 2012
25 speakers
7 panel discussions
6 hours of networking
opportunities
2 days of unparalleled
agenda
1st event of its kind in
Singapore!
The Myanmar Government has vowed to tr|p|e GDP by 2015/16
Either side of 12 months has or will see, a foating the currency,
dismantling anti-competitive industries, introduction of new foreign
investment laws, establishment of a 'privatisation commission', fnancial
market reform and major infrastructure announcements.Prime Minister
Thein Sein has promised a second wave of economic reform.
“The second phase of the reform process starting from this year (2012)
will focus on the development of the country and the people.” - Prime
Minister Thein Sein
Myanmar |s ready for |nvestment and oɈers |arge rewards.
HUGE opportunities await investors in this resource-rich country. The
population exceeds 60 million people and it’s strategically located on the
Indian Ocean, Myanmar is on the cusp of major economic development
and modernisation.
º Trade and transportation hub: access to major lndian Ocean shipping lanes
º Largest landmass in mainland South-East Asia
º Strong tourism potential and high hotel yields
º Booming property markets
º Abundant natural resources
º Domestic market of 60 million chronically underserviced consumers
º New SEZs encouraging investment
º Massive port and logistics projects underway
.but |t's not w|thout |ts r|sks
Myanmar is the 3rd most corrupt country in the world and typical
emerging market risks circle investments: political, social and security
risks; corruption, currency and liquidity risks. And what are the practical
challenges operating in country with limited infrastructure and services?
The Myanmar Investment Congress br|ngs |nst|tut|ona|
|nvestors, bus|ness |eaders and government oɉc|a|s from
across the reg|on to ana|yse the r|sks and |nvestment
opportun|t|es |n Myanmar. The conference will address how to form
successful joint ventures under the new Foreign Investment Law.
The conference will highlight investment prospects in a variety of sectors,
including agriculture, business, construction, infrastructure, tourism,
property, banking and fnance. Updates on key extractive industries will also
be provided by representatives from the mining and energy ministries.
The impressive line-up of speakers and topics has created the defnitive
event for doing business in Myanmar – in Singapore to date.
º Engage with senior government fgures from across Myanmar
º Be briefed on new economic policies including Myanmar's °New 5
Year Plan°
º Network with industry peers with over 6 hours of dedicated networking
If your company is considering or already doing business in Myanmar,
this event needs to be in your calendar.
Beneñts of attend|ng
1. Analyse the sustainability for continued economic growth
2. ldentify high growth markets and where to invest
3. Conduct forensic due diligence in the 3rd most corrupt country in the world
4. Understand the impact of the recently amended Foreign lnvestment
Law Bill
5. Network with leading business and government fgures
6. Discover how to invest in the booming energy and petroleum sectors
7. Evaluate investing in the current property boom
8. Learn how to set up successful Jv agreements with local companies
To gain more information about the government’s plans for economic
development, investment policies and import/export licensing initiatives,
register for this course today.
Post-conference workshop
19 September 2012, 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Estab||sh|ng Jo|nt Venture Agreements |n Myanmar
In the race to invest and set up a business in Myanmar, transaction
activity has never been higher. However, Myanmar is the 3rd most
corrupt country in the world. Investing is fraught with risk and a poorly
structured Jv or partner could lead to signifcant losses or being in
business with someone on a corruption watch list.
This workshop will demonstrate how to structure Jv agreements and
why having a local partner is not only a valuable asset but also essential
for doing business.
º Understand the various types of business models used in Myanmar
º Understand key clauses of the New lnvestment Law - Amendment Bill
º Understand which sectors need local partner and which do not
Agenda
Sess|on I. Fundamenta|s of Jo|nt Ventures |n Myanmar
- Analysing Jv models and why they are so important in Myanmar
- lmpact of the New lnvestment Law - Amendment Bill on doing
business
Sess|on II. Partner Se|ect|on Strateg|es
- Conducting forensic due diligence
- Managing undisclosed risks
Sess|on III. Lega| Documentat|on
- Documentation required in Jv transactions
- Ordinary and extraordinary clauses in Jv and Shareholder
Agreements
Sess|on IV. Cap|ta| Protect|on Strateg|es
- Minimising risk and capital protection strategies
- Setting up for an lPO
Led by:
A|ess|o Po|astr|, Managing Partner, P&A As|a
Born and raised in ltaly, Alessio has worked in Myanmar, Cambodia,
Singapore, Hong Kong and Milan. He has the unique ability to combine
a commercial understanding of doing business with the intricacies of
doing business in Myanmar.
Alessio’s insight into what commercial arrangement will and will not
work in Myanmar is unsurpassed. He has helped numerous local
and foreign companies involved in mining, corporate, infrastructure,
and banking and fnance set up business and structure joint venture
agreements in Myanmar.
He frequently travels to Europe and Africa to assist foreign clients
investing in South-East Asia.
Who shou|d attend
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°As the sun sets on the West, dawn breaks over Myanmar. Myanmar is set to fast-forward 50 years of development
into two decades. Early movers face an over-abundance of opportunities as Myanmar re-integrates with the world.”
Doug|as C|ayton, CEO, Leopard Cap|ta|
Energy, mining
and petroleum
Hospitality and
hotel groups
Infrastructure,
construction,
utilities and
telecommunications
Financial services,
private equity and
venture capital
Properties Agriculture
Audit, legal and
business consultants
Manufacturing
°Myanmar has the potential for 6% economic growth in 2012-13" - lMF
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8:30 AM Registration and welcome coɈee
9:00 AM Chairman's welcome address
9:10 AM Government Keynote Address
Creat|ng Susta|nab|e Growth and Deve|opment |n
Myanmar
º Review of the currency-foat and measures to stabilize
currency, check infation and promote investment
º Building institutional capacity to ensure continued
economic development
º Moving toward inclusiveness, transparency, and improved
institutions
º Preparing for the 2013 SEA Games and 2014 ASEAN
Summit
U Tin Htut Oo, Chairman, National Economic and Social
Advisory Council
9:40 AM Myanmar's Econom|c Out|ook for 2013
º Macroeconomic analysis of Myanmar's economic and
investment potential
º Explain Myanmar's potential as a transport hub, centre for
low-cost manufacture and export
º New initiatives for attracting foreign direct investments
for investors to take part in Myanmar’s development and
modernisation
º Challenges developing soft infrastructure
Rajiv Biswas, Chief Asia Economist, IHS
10:10 AM Speed Network|ng and 1-to-1 Meet|ngs
11:00 AM Morning refreshments
11:20 AM Interact|ve Pane| D|scuss|on:
Understand|ng the R|sks of Invest|ng |n Myanmar
º Economic and political sustainability - is Myanmar
developing ‘too quickly’?
º What's Myanmar's country risk profle?
º Key lessons from other frontier markets
º Analysing the risks in corporate and public governance
and clarity around doing business
º Evaluating risks of regulatory uncertainty
Richard Jerram, Chief Economist, Bank of Singapore
Andrew Rickards, C||ef Exec0t|ve Ofhce|, Yoma Strategic
Holdings
Peter Church OAM, Chairman, AFG Venture Group and
Special Counsel, Stephenson Harwood
Dane Chamorro, D||ecto| fo| As|a Pac|hc, Control Risks
12:10 PM Structur|ng Jo|nt Ventures |n Myanmar
º Challenges negotiating Jv agreements with local partners
º Taking a risk-based approach to partner selection
º Conducting due diligence and forensic investigations
Peter Coleman, Executive Director, Head of Forensic
Services Singapore & Southeast Asia, Deloitte
Paul AJ Supramaniam, Chairman, Law Asia
12:40 PM Networking luncheon
2:00 PM Transformat|on of Myanmar's Bank|ng System
º Government overhaul of banking system and regulatory
easing
º Priorities in revitalising the fnancial sector
º Key obstacles towards the adherence of international
banking standards
º How to be a player in the Myanmar banking and fnancial
sector - Steps which should be taken by any bank in order
to be granted with a banking licence in 2014
Alessio Polastri, Managing Partner, P&A Asia
2:30 PM Myanmar Stock Exchange: Cu|t|vat|ng a Cap|ta|
Market
º How to attract institutional investors and improve liquidity
of Myanmar’s capital market
º Review and progress of the Myanmar Stock Exchange
º Sharing know-how around creation/operation of systems
º lnstitutional lnvestment Perspective on Myanmar
Dr Aung Thura (Patrick Fuchs), C||ef Exec0t|ve Ofhce|,
Thura Swiss
3:00 PM Overv|ew of and updates to the Fore|gn Investment
Law (1988|
º ldentify areas and types of foreign investment activities
that are encouraged/promoted
º Discuss recent reforms to the FlL
º Tax and related incentives under FlL
º Business organisation structures and registration
º Land building and ownership
James Finch, Partner, DFDL
3:30 PM Afternoon networking session and refreshments
4:00 PM Interact|ve Pane| D|scuss|on:
Pr|vate Equ|ty Perspect|ve on Myanmar
º Where is the private equity and venture capital industry in
Myanmar heading?
º ln which sectors does Myanmar represent a stronger
investment opportunity than vietnam and vice versa?
º Strategizing assets allocation post-sanctions
º Comparing the investment performances of Myanmar to
the rest of the world
Douglas Clayton, Fo0nde| and C||ef Exec0t|ve Ofhce|,
Leopard Capital
Rick Mayo-Smith, Managing Director, Indochina Capital
Andy Ho, Managing Director and Head of Investment,
VinaCapital
Thura Soe-Paing, Managing Director, All Myanmar
Investment Partners
4:45 PM SEZ Framework for Fore|gn Investment
º Obligations and the benefts for foreign investors in SEZs
º Required percentage of local labour in workforce
º Land rights for foreign investment in SEZs
º Tax incentives and conditions
Chris Devonshire-Ellis, Founding Partner, Dezan Shira &
Associates
5:15 PM Chairman's closing address and close of Day One
DAY ONE, MONDAY 17 SEPTEMBER 2012
Speed Network|ng and 1-to-1 Meet|ngs
An informal meeting format designed to accelerate business contacts. Participants greet each
other in a series of brief exchanges during a set period of time. During an interaction, attendees
share their professional backgrounds and business goals. Networkers are generally seeking
exposure to new markets and/or to expand their pool of vendors.
°Myanmar is a gold mine, any way you look at it - natural resources, gas and oil deposits, spatial dimensions, location
between China, lndia, Southeast Asia. lt's a huge market waiting to happen and growth will come from everywhere,
not one specifc sector."- Cra|g SteɈensen, Country Director for Myanmar and Thailand, As|an Deve|opment Bank
8:30 AM Welcome coɈee
9:00 AM Cha|rman's we|come back and key |earn|ng po|nts
from day one
Dr Aung Thura (Patrick Fuchs}, Chief Executive Ofñcer,
Thura Swiss
9:10 AM Exp|or|ng Opportun|t|es |n Myanmar's O|| & Gas
Market
º Outlook for Oil, Gas and Petroleum in Myanmar and
Opportunities for E&P
º Latest supplies of oil and gas blocks for tender
º Sustainable development of local resources and corporate
social responsibility
Ken Tun, P|es|dent & C||ef Exec0t|ve Ofhce|, Parami
Energy Group of Companies
9:40 AM M|n|ng |n Myanmar: Resources, FDI and Product|on
Shar|ng Contracts
º Latest information on mining jurisdictions and
opportunities from new investment laws & taxation
º Access and investment opportunities
º Processes involved in securing mining exploration
licenses/ventures
º Production sharing contract for hard minerals
º lssues on environmental impact, land ownership
U Win Htein, Director General, Department of Mines,
Ministry of Mines
10:10 AM Morning networking session and refreshments
10:40 AM Interact|ve Pane| D|scuss|on
Deve|op|ng Agr|cu|tura| Products
º lncreasing productivity in agriculture with better grain
quality
º Utilisation incentives & encouraging agro-based industries
º Expectations around agricultural reform including
increased bank lending to farmers, micro fnance
º Trading of agricultural commodities, input supplies and
machineries
U Thadoe Hein, Managing Director, Myanmar Awba Group
Des Sheehy, Founder and Managing Director, Duxton
Asset Management
Victor Lean, Managing Partner, Caudex Asia
11:30 AM Interact|ve Pane| D|scuss|on
Myanmar's Infrastructure Investment and
Deve|opment
º Analyse the drivers for foreign investment in Myanmar's
ports, power plants and oil & gas projects
º Current investment opportunities in infrastructure
developments in Myanmar
º lmpact of the 2013 SEA Games on soft and hard
infrastructure industries
Kenneth Stevens, Managing Partner, Leopard Capital
Peter Bird, Senior Adviser, Southeast Asia, Rothschild
12:20 PM Networking Luncheon
1:40 PM Investment Strateg|es for Rea| Estate Markets |n
Front|er Markets
º Reaping investment gains from the ineɉciency in frontier
markets
º Maintaining high market share through frst mover
advantage
º Capitalising on distressed situations
Thomas Holland, Partner, Head of Asia, CUBE Capital
2:10 PM Interact|ve Pane| D|scuss|on
Myanmar's Res|dent|a| and Commerc|a| Property
Out|ook
º Demand for residential and commercial spaces in
Myanmar – property prime locations
º lmpact of Condominium Law on foreign investment
º Prospect and risk of Myanmar's property market in
comparison with regional markets
º Historical and forecasted investment performance for
various property segments
Cyrus Pun, Executive Director, Yoma Strategic Holdings
Thomas Holland, Partner, Head of Asia, CUBE Capital
3:00 PM Afternoon networking session and refreshments
3:30 PM Interact|ve Pane| D|scuss|on
Opportun|t|es |n Myanmar's Hosp|ta||ty Industry
º Current demand and supply in key tourist locations
º Aligning Myanmar's hotel services with international
standards
º Luxury and economy hotels development and business
tourism market
Christophe Vielle, Managing Director, GCP Hospitality
Management
Victor Pang, Vice President for Development of Asia, Accor
Paul Foskey, Executive Vice President, Hotel Development,
As|a-Pac|hc, Marriott International, Inc.
4:20 PM Interact|ve Pane| D|scuss|on
Present|ng Myanmar's Most Prom|s|ng Industr|es to
Invest |n
º Forecast of earnings visibility across industries
º Why are oil & gas and real estate considered the hottest
industries?
º viable partnerships with industry players in Myanmar
º Risk management and business adaptability to political
and social changes
Dr Maung Maung Lay, Vice President, Union of Myanmar
Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry
Peter Church OAM, Chairman, AFG Venture Group and
Special Counsel, Stephenson Harwood
U Aung Khine Htun, Director, Head of Consulting and
Technology, Thura Swiss
Jeffrey Khoo, Director of Agribusiness, Caudex Asia
5:10 PM Chairman's closing remarks and end of conference
DAY TWO, TUESDAY 18 SEPTEMBER 2012
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All Myanmar Investment Partners Peter Coleman. Chairman.Steps which should be taken by any bank in order economic development Alessio Polastri. DFDL share their professional backgrounds and business goals. Chief Economist. Dezan Shira & Associates . Deloitte Paul AJ Supramaniam. Partner. Chief Asia Economist. Managing Director. Networkers are generally seeking exposure to new markets and/or to expand their pool of vendors. Leopard Capital Rick Mayo-Smith. Chairman. AFG Venture Group and Special Counsel.easing banking standards sector . Managing Partner. Managing Director. Thura Swiss that are encouraged/promoted Rajiv Biswas. VinaCapital Thura Soe-Paing. Head of Forensic Services Singapore & Southeast Asia. Indochina Capital Andy Ho. National Economic and Social Advisory Council of Myanmar’s capital market investment potential low-cost manufacture and export for investors to take part in Myanmar’s development and modernisation Dr Aung Thura (Patrick Fuchs). Executive Director. Myanmar heading? developing ‘too quickly’? and clarity around doing business Richard Jerram. Bank of Singapore Andrew Rickards. Founding Partner. Stephenson Harwood Dane Chamorro. P&A Asia institutions Summit U Tin Htut Oo. Chairman. Yoma Strategic Holdings Peter Church OAM. IHS James Finch. Law Asia Chris Devonshire-Ellis. Control Risks the rest of the world Douglas Clayton. Managing Director and Head of Investment.

Ministry of Mines standards tourism market quality Christophe Vielle.Country Director for Myanmar and Thailand. Energy Group of Companies Parami Myanmar – property prime locations comparison with regional markets various property segments Cyrus Pun. Executive Director. Executive Vice President. Senior Adviser. Caudex Asia . GCP Hospitality Management Victor Pang. Head of Asia. Vice President. Managing Partner. Director General. Marriott International. Caudex Asia industries? and social changes Dr Maung Maung Lay. Managing Director. Inc. Rothschild Peter Church OAM. Thura Swiss Jeffrey Khoo. Department of Mines. Managing Partner. Head of Asia. Managing Director. Southeast Asia. Myanmar Awba Group Des Sheehy. Director. Director of Agribusiness. CUBE Capital licenses/ventures U Win Htein. Chairman. Partner. Duxton Asset Management Victor Lean. machineries U Thadoe Hein. Leopard Capital Peter Bird. Union of Myanmar Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry developments in Myanmar infrastructure industries Kenneth Stevens. Head of Consulting and Technology. Vice President for Development of Asia. CUBE Capital social responsibility Ken Tun. Stephenson Harwood U Aung Khine Htun. Partner. Yoma Strategic Holdings Thomas Holland. Accor Paul Foskey. markets Thura Swiss advantage Thomas Holland. AFG Venture Group and Special Counsel. Founder and Managing Director. Hotel Development.

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