Bloomberg LINK Gathers FX Leaders in London for Currency Debate Featuring Juan Carlos Artigas, Global Head of Investment Research, World Gold Council; Bernd Berg, Global Emerging Markets FX Strategist, Credit Suisse; and Peter Kinsella, Senior FX Strategist, Commerzbank AG Business Wire LONDON -- February 26, 2013 With the status of the world’s largest currencies a huge topic for debate around the globe, Bloomberg is bringing together leading foreign-exchange strategists and financial analysts to discuss the key issues around the pound, dollar and yen at the Bloomberg #FXDEBATES, convened in association with Saxo Capital Markets. The conference will take place on 13 March, 2013 at the British Museum in London. Speakers will discuss a variety of topics affecting currencies over the next twelve months including interest rate changes, roles and responsibilities around foreign exchange, who’s winning currency wars and the regulatory challenges moving forwards. They will also debate the key issues around the gold market and take a look at the opportunities for emerging market currencies. “Through a series of panel discussions, leading strategists and currency investment specialists will provide insights on foreign exchange trends and issues that will affect us all in 2013, as well as strategies for places to invest,” said Robert Bierman, head of Bloomberg LINK. "We have created what will be a compelling series of debates about the issues on the minds of FX investors." Torben Kaaber, CEO of Saxo Capital Markets, comments: “Volumes and volatility in the FX market have increased significantly in the early part of 2013. Clearly, this trend creates exciting trading opportunities, particularly as talks of currency wars are intensifying.” Bloomberg News journalists will sit down for conversations with industry leaders, including: *Juan Carlos Artigas, Global Head of Investment Research, World Gold Council *Bernd Berg, Global Emerging Markets FX Strategist, Credit Suisse AG *Mario I. Blejer, Vice Chairman, Banco Hipotecario *Ric Deverell, Managing Director, Global Head of FX, Commodities and Asian Strategy, Credit Suisse *John J. Hardy, Head of FX Strategy, Saxo Bank *David Hauner, Head of EMEA Fixed Income Strategy and Economics, Bank of America Merrill Lynch Global Research *Geoffrey Kendrick, Head of G10 FX Strategy, EMEA, Nomura Alternative Asset Management *Peter Kinsella, Senior FX Strategist, Commerzbank AG *Valentin Marinov, Director, Head of European G10 Strategy, CitiFX *Allan von Mehren, Chief Analyst, Head of International Macro, Danske Bank *Geoffrey Yu, Senior FX Strategist, UBS Investment Bank Saxo Capital Markets is a sponsor of the conference. For more information on the program and speakers, please visit: http://www.bloomberglink.com/event/fxdebates. Join the #FXdebates LinkedIn group on http://www.linkedin.com/groups?home=&gid=4835950&trk=anet_ug_hm. Follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter (@BBGLINK). The hashtag for this event is #FXDebates. For more information on Bloomberg, please visit http://www.bloomberg.com/about. 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About Saxo Capital Markets Saxo Capital Markets UK Limited is a wholly owned subsidiary of Saxo Bank A/S, the parent company of the Saxo Bank Group, an international financial services group specialising in trading and investment across global financial markets. Saxo Bank has operated in the UK since March 2006, initially as a branch of Saxo Bank A/S and since 1 January, 2012 as Saxo Capital Markets UK Limited. Saxo Capital Markets UK offers private investors online trading and investment in FX, CFDs, ETFs, Stocks, Futures, Options and other derivatives. Saxo Capital Markets UK also offers online trading services to a broad institutional client base including Hedge Funds, Introducing Brokers and Money Managers through our award-winning trading platform SaxoTrader, SaxoWebTrader and SaxoMobileTrader and Saxo’s B2B/API services. Additionally a large base of Banks, Brokers, Asset and Money managers, utilise our award winning white label solutions, in order to provide their clients with access to all or some of our trading platforms and associated liquidity. Find out more about FX Trading opportunities with Saxo Capital Markets. Contact: Bloomberg Angela Martin, 415-617-7142 firstname.lastname@example.org
Bloomberg LINK Gathers FX Leaders in London for Currency Debate
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