The Global Government Finance Summit

Government finance management has come to the fore with the crises in the US, Eurozone and other developed markets, increasing the pressure on governments to understand the capital markets and financial services as well as the impact of technology on them, in a more sophisticated manner.

The Asian Banker鈥檚 Global Government Finance Summit is designed as a necessary annual dialogue between the public and the private sector, in response to the recent global events. The Summit features 3 dedicated streams for public enterprises to streamline their financial value chain processes and manage their balance sheets optimally.

Government access to asset management and capital markets
As public enterprises become increasingly exposed to global markets, they need to develop better cash flow management and internal sophistication on:

  • Slashing national budget deficits and debts for stronger balance sheets
  • Managing surpluses with a diverse portfolio in alternate asset classes
  • Raising capital to meet with the evolving challenges in population and infrastructure
Transaction banking and technology in public sector finance
As for transaction banking services, streamlining inter-agency payments at all levels can create efficiencies and unlock hidden administrative costs. All these are made possible through:
  • Building the right infrastructure to support citizen services
  • Increasing the reach of public services through innovation
  • Managing frauds in transactions with the aid of secure technology

Following the great success of the 11th Asian Banker Summit earlier this year, The Global Government Finance Summit will be held in the brand new Marina Bay Sands, Singapore from 28 to 29 September 2010.

The objectives of this Summit include:

  • Creating a platform for greater dialogue between public sector agencies, financial institutions and infrastructure providers.
  • Facilitating increased access to global capital markets for public enterprises.
  • Identifying emerging best practices for public sector enterprises to harness the benefits of financial instruments and markets.
  • Enabling public sector to provide feedback on how financial service providers can serve them better.
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