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Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco’s Annual Conference on Asian Banking and Finance

(June 18-19, 2008)

June 18, 2008
7:30 8:30 Registration and Continental Breakfast Opening and Welcome Remarks by Janet Yellen, President and CEO, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco


Keynote Address: Global Outlook: Something’s Gotta Give Peter Fisher, Managing Director, BlackRock


Panel I . Asia’s Economic and Financial Outlook -Barry Eichengreen, Professor, University of California, Berkeley -Liqun Jin, Vice President, Asian Development Bank -Gillian Tett, Capital Markets Editor, Financial Times -Thomas Connors, Deputy Director, International Finance, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (moderator)

11:00 Break

11:15 Panel II. Development of Asian Financial Centers -Khiem Do, Head of Asian Multi-Asset Investment, Baring Asset Management -Yasuhiro Maehara, Professor, Hitotsubashi Univ. -Lucien Wong, Managing Partner, Allen & Gledhill -Mark Spiegel, Vice President, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco (moderator)

12:30 LUNCH

Deputy Managing Director. CEO.S. Managing Director. Fitch Ratings -Rudjito. Financial Attaché for Southeast Asia. Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco (moderator) Consumer Banking in Asia: Growth. Indonesia Deposit Insurance Corporation -Susan Baker. Sachs & Co . Deloitte & Touche -Roy Ramos. Goldman Sachs (International) and Managing Director of Goldman. Singapore (moderator) • • 3:15 Break 3:45 Panel III. International Centre for Education in Islamic Finance -Andrew Metcalf. Federal Reserve Bank of New York -Paul Wright. Vice President. Aozora Bank -David Wright. Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco (moderator) Reception 5:15 6:30 Dinner and Keynote Address New Financial and Economic Challenges for a New American President Robert Hormats. Partner. U. Financial Services Authority. Financial Market Regulation: Lessons from Recent Turmoil -Masamichi Kono. Partner. PricewaterhouseCoopers -Agil Natt. Executive Director. SMEO and Head of Corporate and Investment Banking. ICICI Bank -David Marshall. Monetary Authority of Singapore -William Rutledge. Japan -Teo Swee Lian. Deputy Director-General. Vice Chairman. Head of International Strategy & Policy Coordination. Joint Managing Director. Group Vice President. Goldman Sachs (Asia) -Ambi Venkateswaran. Profitability & Risk -Chanda Kochhar. Chairman. Financial Services Agency. Executive Vice President. Managing Director.The Changing Landscape: Asia’s Role in Global Finance Agenda 2:00 Concurrent Breakout Sessions: • Issues and Opportunities in Islamic Banking -Mohammad Faiz Azmi. King & Spalding (moderator) Financial Risk Management in Asian Banks -Edward Hida. UK -Michael Johnson. Department of the Treasury.

P. Chairman. Senior Fellow. Chairman. Chairman of the Board of Directors. CEO. Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi UFJ -David Tang. China Investment Corporation -Nicholas Hope. Stanford Center for Intl. 2008 8:00 Continental Breakfast 8:30 Speaker: David McCormick. Development (moderator) 10:45 Break 11:00 Panel V. Americas. Chinese Financial Institutions as Global Competitors & Partners -Nick Lardy. Managing Director. President and CEO.The Changing Landscape: Asia’s Role in Global Finance Agenda June 19. Peterson Institute for International Economics -Anthony Walton. Bhatt. K&L Gates (moderator) 12:30 Conference Concludes . Standard Chartered Bank -Thomas Wu. Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco and Managing Partner. Director. Managing Director. Strategic Directions: A Conversation with Asian Banking Leaders -O. UCBH Holdings -Haiying Zhao. Undersecretary of the Treasury for International Affairs 9:15 Panel IV. Bank of China (Hong Kong) -Nobuyuki Hirano. Vice-Chairman. State Bank of India -He Guangbei.