28 May, 2012


Austcham Hong Kong recently held a business luncheon on doing business in Mongolia. 


Speakers discussed, Mongolia, the world’s second-largest landlocked country, as the next frontier of global economic growth. In 2011 the Mongolian economy grew a staggering 9.8% and 2012 is likely to better that.
• The June elections and likely impact on the country’s policy direction
• Planned public-private infrastructure projects and IPO potential
• A chronology of mineral developments for the next 5-10 years
• The challenges and opportunities of starting or expanding a business in Mongolia
Ean Alexander, Managing Director, IARUDI
Previously a member of Macquarie Capital’s Natural Resources Mergers & Acquisitions team working on Australasian M&As and resource funds, Ean co-founded IARUDI in Ulanbaatar last year to focus on providing professional services, corporate finance and other capital activities in Mongolia.
Michael Aldrich, Managing Partner, Ulaanbaatar Office, Hogan Lovells
A regular visitor to Mongolia since 1993 and resident since April 2009, Michael runs the country’s office for Hogan Lovells. He will address the legal and changing political environment for investors and visitors in Mongolia.
Matt Fusarelli, Senior Economist, Australian Mineral Economics (AME) Ltd
For more than 40 years AME has been providing capital providers with the market intelligence on global energy and resources activities. From Sydney to HK Matt heads a team of mineral economists who analyse and forecast the Mongolian and Global resources story.
Simply click on the link to the relevant sections below for a summary of what was discussed during the luncheon.



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