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Delivering investment insights for two decades

The Credit Suisse Asian Investment Conference (AIC), now in its 21st year, is widely regarded as the most exclusive business gathering in the Asia-Pacific region. Attended by prominent political, economic, financial and academic figures, the conference each year attracts institutional and hedge fund investors as well as high-net-worth individuals and business leaders who seek access to influential ideas and actionable advice.

Presidents, prime ministers, finance ministers, central bankers, economists, Nobel laureates, social scientists, authors, academics, philanthropists and even robots from all parts of the globe have stepped on to the AIC stage. They bring a wealth of experience to shed light on the most relevant issues of the day.

300

Corporations

2000

Institutional investors, hedge funds and ultra and high-net-worth investors

7000

Private meetings

Access influential and actionable advice

Throughout the conference, thought-provoking insights on this potentially new world paradigm will be brought to the fore by influential keynote speakers and interactive panel discussions.  In particular, two areas that might be changing the nature of business – more protectionist global politics versus the advent of open and collaborative technology – will be keenly examined. Highlighting these trends driving markets now, and in the period ahead, allows investors to gain insights that make a difference.

Create meaningful connections

The value from attending the AIC comes from the connections formed between institutional and high-net-worth investors, with some of the most influential thinkers and leaders from politics, business and academia. The AIC serves as a platform to share intelligence and create meaningful connections.

Experience diverse ideas across a broad scope of influence

The AIC delivers unrivalled access to expert speakers from around the world. View the complete list of speakers from past conferences.

Remark: 2017 data, except where noted otherwise.