10.07.2016

Moscow Exchange to Host Russian Investment Forum in New York on November 15

BUSINESS WIRE – Moscow – Moscow Exchange (ticker MOEX), Russia’s main securities exchange group, will host the Moscow Exchange Forum – New York Session on 15 November 2016 at the Waldorf Astoria.

The conference brings together senior policymakers, corporate CEOs, institutional investors, brokers and other financial professionals to discuss current opportunities and challenges on Russia’s capital markets.

Alexey Kudrin, Russia’s Minister of Finance 2000-2011 and Chairman of the Moscow Exchange Board, will be interviewed in a fireside chat. Panelists include senior representatives from the Central Bank, the Finance Ministry, the Federal Property Agency and chief executives of Moscow Exchange-listed companies. Elena Titova, Group Country Head for Russia at UBS, will also speak.

The public portion of the conference will run from noon to 5pm on Tuesday, 15 November 2016. One-on-one meetings facilitated by Forum partner UBS between investors and MOEX-listed corporates will be held on Wednesday, 16 November 2016.

Moscow Exchange regularly hosts Exchange Forums in key global financial centers to promote investment in Russia and communicate the latest developments at Moscow Exchange and on Russia’s capital markets. Over the last twelve months Moscow Exchange convened Exchange Forums in Moscow, London, New York and Shanghai.

To register for the event, please visit www.bit.ly/MOEX_NYC.

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