2013 has proved to be a mixed bag for many Asian economies, as financial markets in Asia continue to be heavily influenced by a myriad of international and domestic factors. While China expresses positive signs of a more liberal regulatory environment in financial services, Japan's economy has seen aggressive fiscal and monetary policies under Abenomics in a bid to boost its competitiveness. As the Federal Reserve Bank in the United States of America begins tapering of quantitative easing, how will markets perform in 2014? How will Asian economies, including emerging markets in India and South East Asia, brace themselves for the challenges that lie ahead?
Initiated by students from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), the Asia Investment Banking Conference (AIBC) is the largest student-run conference in Asia focused on corporate advisory and financial markets. Held for the 6th year running, the conference continues to attract more than 300 of the brightest and most talented students from approximately 50 renowned universities across the globe each year. As Asian financial markets evolve and become more dynamic, this year's conference will comprise keynote speeches, panel discussions and interactive workshops featuring senior professionals within the industry.
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