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Fifth Capital Market Conference on Feb. 21

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The fifth Annual Capital Market (CAPM) Conference, organised by UTO EduConsult in conjunction with KPMG and Adl Capital as the key knowledge partners, will be held for the fifth consecutive year on February 21, 2017.
The event will witness various stakeholders in the industry, from investment bankers, stockbrokers, regulators, lawyers et al gathering to discuss various contemporary issues germane to the capital markets industry. These issues would range from changes in the tax regime and the potential impact on capital markets, especially in light of the recent budget, travails of the stock market, emerging asset classes and investment products 
et al. 
The event will, as in the past, feature many eminent panellists from a wide spectrum of industries, thus providing different perspectives to some of the most urgent issues and challenges that the financial markets are facing. 
The fifth CAPM should thus witness a full day of intense discussions on these various areas of interest. Following the successful events held in the past four years, a new format has been introduced, with the plenary sessions to be completed before lunch. 
The post-lunch session will focus almost exclusively on the real estate market, given the excitement generated by this sector. 
The event is scheduled to be held at Ramada Colombo Hotel. For more details please contact 0775837575 or [email protected] or visit


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