“Japan Investing Summit 2012” – Online Conference, Long List of Experts

John and Oliver Mihaljevic have put together the following highly useful online conference.Alongside a number of well-known investment experts and famous fund managers, BDTI's Nicholas Benes made a presentation on Assessing Leadership and Governance at Japanese Companies.You canregister at the link below and get access to everything:

Japan Investing Summit 2012 is a collaboration of ValueConferences and The Manual of Ideas with the sole objective of bringing you the most compelling investment ideas in Japan.

As this is a fully online conference, there is no need to travel or incur thousands of dollars in attendance fees. Our flexible online schedule gives you access from the comfort of your own home or office to all event content on November 7-8, as well as for an additional two weeks.

You will profit from the expert wisdom and ideas of 20+ great instructors, including Shuhei Abe (CEO of SPARX Group), David Baran (CEO of Symphony Financial Partners), Drew Edwards (Managing Director of Advisory Research), Alex Kinmont (CEO of Milestone Asset Management), Josh Kennedy (Managing Partner of Sonian Capital Management), Robert Macrae (CEO of Arcus Investment), Mohnish Pabrai (Managing Partner of Pabrai Investment Funds), and Guy Spier (CEO of Aquamarine Capital) — just to mention a few (scroll down to see full list)! You will also benefit from hours of additional video and audio content, live Q&A, and online discussion and networking opportunities.


The Board Director Training Institute (BDTI) is a "public interest" nonprofit in Japan dedicated to training about directorship, corporate governance, and related management techniques. It is certified by the Japanese government to conduct these activities as a regulated nonprofit. Read a summary about BDTI here, and see a menu of its services for both corporations and investors here.

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