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A sustainable recovery in Asia
Tuesday 26 October16:00 - 17:00Conference room 3
Robust, stable financial systems and markets are key to sustained economic development in Asia.  At Sibos 2009, the expectations were that Asia was emerging first from the global crisis, and the economic data in 2010 supports the idea that Asia can be an engine for world growth.  Achieving this, however, will not be sustainable without stronger domestic demand,  reaching the unbanked millions,  making the mature markets more attractive and efficient domestically and internationally and - perhaps most ambitiously– having Asian nations work together to build a truly regional financial infrastructure that leads to more efficient, secure and successful markets serving local and international customers. What is being done today to capture opportunities in Asia's financial services markets and what does our industry need to do - especially in the collective space around infrastructure - to make Asia's promise a reality in the short term.
Patrick Decourcy (Moderator) , Head of Markets, Asia Pacific, SWIFT
Shinichi Hayashida, Director & Deputy Head of International Banking Unit, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation
Lisa Robins, Vice Chairman and Managing Director Treasury & Securities Services, China, J.P. Morgan
Alex Thursby, Chief Executive Officer, Asia Pacific, Europe & America, ANZ
Yong Li Wang, Executive Vice President, Bank of China

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