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Economic gods may be smiling again at Mongolia

December 15, 2016 10:00 am JST

Despite debt downgrade, IMF-led bailout looks realistic as commodities bottom out

KEN KOYANAGI, Editor-at-large, Nikkei Asian Review

TOKYO -- The international financial community's confidence in the Mongolian government's capability in delivering reforms and debt services seems to be ameliorating after a long slump. That was an impression left by an investment-promotion conference held in Tokyo last week, attended by representatives of foreign lenders and investors as well as officials at the country's central bank and legislature.

Link: http://asia.nikkei.com/.../Economic-gods-may-be-smiling-again-at-Mongolia

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弊社CEO井形正晃の日経新聞でのインタビュー記事

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Frontier Securities on CNBC Asia

MASA IGATA, CEO OF FRONTIER SECURITIES, TO DISCUSS RISKS AND ADVANTAGES OF TT IPO ON CNBC ASIA ON TUESDAY, JANUARY 31,2012 AT 840AM 

With regards to the latest developments in compelling investment case for MONGOLIA, please tune in to CNBC Asia Squawk Box on Tuesday, January 31,2012 0840 Singapore time to listen to Masa Igata, CEO of Frontier Securities, discuss

-risks and advantages of Tavan Tolgoi(TT) IPO this year(before the elections) and next year.

Thank you.

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FOUNDER/CEO OF FRONTIER SECURITIES CAUTIONS ABOUT RISKS OF TT IPO IN A RUSH BEFORE ELECTIONS THIS YEAR

FOUNDER/CEO OF FRONTIER SECURITIES CAUTIONS ABOUT RISKS OF TT IPO IN A RUSH BEFORE ELECTIONS THIS YEAR

Masa Igata, the Founder and CEO of Frontier Securities spoke to leading Mongolian daily “ Unuudur” on January 20, 2009 on risks of Tavan Tolgoi(TT) IPO in a rush before elections this year.

Masa Igata is a well-known pioneer figure in Asian frontier markets with more than 30 years of professional experience in financial markets. He is an active guest-speaker in the Asia region and since 2007, his expertise is focused on the Mongolian fast-growing frontier market and about best practices to ensure and promote its access to foreign investors through a full range of financial services and research.

"I understand that a party in a political power needs money before the election to fulfill election promises," Masa Igata said,” However, TT IPO in a rush before elections has risks of being not in the best interests of Mongolia.

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Post conference report of “Mongolia: Capital Raising and Investment 2011”

Post conference report of “Mongolia: Capital Raising and Investment 2011”

Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, June 10, 2011

Frontier Securities’ annual conference “Mongolia: Capital Raising & Investment” is by far the largest Finance and Capital Raising event in Mongolia and the 2011 conference resulted in the largest Frontier Securities’ annual conference since inception.

 • “Mongolia: Capital Raising & Investment” conference welcomed 566 attendees, representing a 226% increase from the previous year

Attendees came from 19 different countries representing almost every continent, making the conference truly international