AMRO’s 10th Anniversary Celebration

Date & Time: Tuesday, December 7, 2021, 16:30 SGT – 19:30 SGT

Contact: AMRO10thanniversary@amro-asia.org

Register here: www.amro-asia-10thanniversary.org

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As the international organization responsible for macroeconomic surveillance across ASEAN+3, AMRO’s mandate to contribute to the region’s economic and financial growth and stability is even more significant in today’s uncertain environment.

To mark AMRO’s 10th anniversary, we are pleased to bring you this special event: 10 Years of Contributing to Macroeconomic and Financial Stability in ASEAN+3

The celebration brings together policymakers and economic advisers to discuss the region’s alliance since the Asian financial crisis through to the present COVID-19 pandemic, and provides a glimpse into how regional financial cooperation can help ASEAN+3 economies emerge stronger post-pandemic.

This is a hybrid event.

REGISTER HERE FOR THE VIRTUAL CONFERENCE: www.amro-asia-10thanniversary.org

Time (SGT/GMT+8) Program
16:50 Opening remarks by Toshinori Doi, Director, AMRO
16:55 Speech by Guest of Honor

Indranee Rajah, Minister in the Prime Minister’s Office, Second Minister for Finance and Second Minister for National Development

17:00 Book Launch
17:15 Panel 1:

Trauma to Triumph – Rising from the Ashes of the Asian Financial Crisis

18:15 Office Handover Ceremony
18:20 Panel 2:

The Decade Ahead: AMRO and Regional Financial Cooperation

19:20 AMRO’s 10-year Celebration
19:30 End of conference

Guest-of-Honor

Panel 1: Trauma to Triumph – Rising from the Ashes of the Asian Financial Crisis

Moderator

Panel 2: The Decade Ahead – AMRO and Regional Financial Cooperation

Moderator

From Trauma to Triumph Part 1: Dr Hoe Ee Khor, AMRO Chief Economist, explains how the Asian financial crisis became the mother of several international forums, including the CMIM and AMRO.

From Trauma to Triumph Part 2: Dr Hoe Ee Khor, AMRO’s Chief Economist, recounts how the Asian financial crisis became a game changer for regional cooperation in ASEAN+3.

Future of Regional Cooperation Part 1: Andrew Sheng, Chairman of George Town Institute of Open and Advanced Studies, and former Deputy Chief Executive of Hong Kong Monetary Authority, shares how ASEAN+3 can cement their trade flows & payment networks to strengthen regional cooperation.

Future of Regional Cooperation Part 2: Andrew Sheng, Chairman of George Town Institute of Open and Advanced Studies, and former Deputy Chief Executive of Hong Kong Monetary Authority, recommends increasing long-term infrastructure investments in ASEAN to cement trade and financial ties in the ASEAN+3 region.

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