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sep 14, 20178:00 am- 9:00 amBreakfast Forum on Moon's Economic Policy: Impact on Korea's Economic and Financial MarketsRSVP Closed8:00 am - 9:00 am KST

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EVENT OVERVIEW

On September 14, the BCCK will host a Breakfast Forum focused on providing an insight on newly elected President Moon’s economic policy and the impact it will bring to Korea’s economic and financial markets. The Forum will be moderated by Bryan Harris, Seoul Bureau Chief for the Financial Times and include a presentation and discussion from Chonghoon Park, Head of Research, Standard Chartered Bank Korea and ByoungJoo Kim, PhD, Chief Executive Partner from Kim, Lee & Partners (KL&P). This event will explore:

  • Macro outlook of US, China, EU and Korea;The Investor Logo
  • Financial market forecast : FX, rates and commodity;
  • Global geopolitical issues and their impact on financial markets;
  • North Korea and regional geopolitical concerns;
  • Moon Jae-in Government’s first 100+ days (touching on key policy agendas);
  • Korean government’s planned departure from nuclear energy (intentions, policy direction, impact on nuclear energy exports, alternatives).
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SPEAKER PROFILE

ChongHoon Park, Head of Research, Standard Chartered Bank Korea

Chong Hoon joined Standard Chartered Korea in 2009 and currently heads their Korea research team. He provides in-depth analysis on the Korean economy to Standard Chartered Bank clients and at business functions.

He worked as a senior research fellow/ head of telecommunication policy at Korea Information Society Development Institute (KISDI) for six years and as the Executive Vice President at SK Broadband (former Hanaro Telecom) for four years in Seoul. Chong Hoon has a wealth of knowledge and experience as a researcher and strategist. He completed his doctorate degree specialising in international economics and development from Northwestern University.

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ByoungJoo Kim_KL&P ByoungJoo Kim, PhD, Chief Executive Partner, Kim, Lee & Partners

Byoung-Joo Kim is a well-known face and a familiar voice in the Korean expat community. Through Arirang TV, KBS World, TBS-eFM, and other media outlets, he explains Korea’s politics and economy to foreign audiences. For nearly a decade and half, he has been leading his consulting firm, Kim, Lee & Partners (KL&P), advising international businesses interested in the political-economic and policy-regulatory affairs of Korea.

Prior to his career in consulting, Dr. Kim was a diplomat serving Korea’s Trade Ministers as the Policy Counsellor and Special Assistant. Prior to that, he spent years in Washington DC as a foreign lobbyist representing Korea’s business and economic interests. During the early part of his career, he also worked at the World Bank as a researcher. He has taught at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies and is now a visiting professor at the KDI School of Public Policy & Management. B.J. Kim received his Ph.D. from M.I.T.’s Department of Political Science.

MODERATOR

Bryan Harris, Seoul Bureau Chief, Financial Times

 


 

EVENT INFORMATION

Date:              Thursday, September 14, 2017

Time:              8:00 AM – 9:00 AM

Venue:           Studio 5, Conrad Seoul

Cost:               Members KRW 50,000 / Non-Members KRW 60,000

Payment Method:     100-20-260583, Standard Chartered Bank, British Chamber of Commerce in Korea (사단법인주한영국상공회의소)

  • We only accept pre-payments for this event
  • RSVP by Friday, 8 September, 2017, 12PM by clicking the ‘RSVP to Event’ section below
  • Cancellations will not be accepted after Friday, 8 September, 2017

Organizer

British Chamber of Commerce in Korea02 6365 2300 14th Floor, The-K Twin Towers B-dong, 50, Jongro 1gil, Jongro-gu, Seoul, 03142, Korea

AMOUNT

Member 50,000 KRW, Non-Member 60,000 KRW

BANK ACCOUNT

Payment Method:     100-20-260583, Standard Chartered Bank, British Chamber of Commerce in Korea (사단법인주한영국상공회의소)

  • We only accept pre-payments for this event
  • RSVP by Friday, 8 September, 2017, 12PM by clicking ‘Yes’ in the ‘RSVP to Event’ section below
  • Cancellations will not be accepted after Friday, 8 September, 2017

Time

(Thursday) 8:00 am - 9:00 am KST

Location

Studio 5, Conrad Hotel Seoul

10 Gukjegeumyung-ro, Yeoeuido-dong, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul

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