INTERNATIONAL FINANCE SUMMIT 2016: Creating Globally Competent Financial Leaders of Tomorrow


­That is the theme for the first ever DLSU International Finance Summit. With all the definitions and instructions on what it take to be a leader, what does it actually take to be a leader of excellence? Here in MaFIA, we believe that being a leader is about creating a positive impact on our respective communities and spheres of influences. We believe that it takes more than just confidence or eloquence to be a leader. That is why this coming December 3, 2016, from 12:30pm to 5:00pm, we have invited leaders of respected companies and organizations to speak to the youth on what it takes to a globally competent leader.

MaFIA has invited a trio of excellent speakers from the field of business, government, and finance such as: Mr. Jeremy Looi, CEO of Ashok Trading Academy; Ms. Mary Jane Chiong, one of the directors at the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas, and Mr.

Mark So, president of Business Maker academy and founder of Forex Club Asia.

Through various topics in international finance such as Foreign Exchange Trading and an in depth discussion on the ASEAN Integration and business planning, we are confident that the youth who will be attending will be one step closer to realizing their potential as a contributing individual in society. This Summit aims to develop the financial literacy and knowledge of the youth along with practical insights in order for them to make use of it in the real world.

We encourage everyone who is able to attend­­ this conference to be there on December 3 from 12:30pm to 5:00pm at the Teresa Yuchengco Auditorium at De La Salle University – Manila and be part of the growth. Tickets are priced at P250 for MaFIA members and P280 for non members and a special discounted price of P230 for people who will register on the very first day of ticket selling. “Not everyone can become great leaders, but everyone can become better ones.” -John Maxwell

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