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    • When policy makers and top business leaders, come together to burst a few myths.
    • The Alumni Association of Asian Institute of Management, Manila (AIM), Asia’s leading school of management presents The Idea Xchange 2009. A forum that brings together leading minds from the world of Finance and Business, to discuss, debate and share their wealth of knowledge. Also joining as invitees will be a “who’s who” of the business world. Unique Stimulating Provocative Idea Xchange 2009 focuses on a very provocative theme: “Are bubbles all bad ?” The speakers are a unique mix of policy makers and highly successful market practitioners, moderated by Mr. Shankar Sharma - the always controversial, seldom diplomatic chief of First Global - in a stimulating manner; and aided by a power packed audience participating with their own questions, opinions and answers. Shankar Sharma
    • Are bubbles all bad ? Idea Xchange 2009 explores a controversial theme. A theme that is extremely relevant today, specially in Emerging Markets, where prudent policies (this time around) have prevented a collapse of the financial system, thereby, of the country as a whole. There is a popular belief that bubbles are necessarily bad things that need to be nipped in the bud, rather than be allowed to prosper and grow, because the bursting of such bubbles is very painful for large parts of a country’s or region’s population. On the other hand, it could be argued by some that irrespective of the consequences, bubbles, in fact, lead to higher growth, raise standards of living, encourage innovation, etc., all of which are long lasting, secular changes that outlive any short term impact of a bursting bubble. Economists and finance professionals like Anantha Nageswaran and Brian Brown, as well as leading minds like Edilberto de Jesus, Mani Shankar Iyer and Ashok Soota take this debate forward.
    • Profiles Mani Shankar Aiyar Ashok Soota Mani Shankar Aiyar, a former Indian diplomat resigned from the foreign service and became a Chairman and Managing Director, MindTree Ltd. politician. He is a member of the Indian National Congress party. He served as Union Cabinet Ashok Soota co-founded MindTree, and has played a major role in the Minister for Petroleum and Natural Gas from May 2004 through January 2006, and was development of the IT industry in India. He was the president of the Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports till 2008. Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) during 2002-03, and has served on the Indian Prime Minister's task force for development of the IT industry. He is currently a member of the Advisory Council of World Intellectual Property Organization in Geneva. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering from IIT, Roorkee and a Master of Business Administration degree Anantha Nageswaran from the Asian Institute of Management in the Philippines. Chief Economist and Chief Investment Officer for Bank Julius Baer V. Anantha Nageswaran has been writing regularly for financial newspapers in India since 1996. He writes regularly for MINT, the financial daily published by India's Dr. Edilberto C. de Jesús Hindustan Times and Wall Street Journal. He is a Post-Graduate Diploma in Management President, Asian Institute of Management, Manila. from the Indian Institute of Management and has a doctoral degree from the University of Massachusetts for his thesis on the empirical behaviour of exchange rates. Edilberto C. de Jesús has served as the Philippines' Secretary of Education in 2002-2004; Edilberto “DJ” de Jesús has solid experience in managing Who will attend? educational institutions. A highly respected academic, he was President and Brian Brown Secretariat Director of the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education 4 CFOs CEOs, CIOs, Organization (SEAMEO). His other government posts are Presidential Adviser Mr. Brian Brown has spent over 25 distinguished years in the investment banking, capital on Rural Development (1988-1992) and Deputy Commissioner of the ---------------------------- markets and securities business. In April 2000 he joined Salomon Smith Barney (now Citigroup Presidential Office of the Peace Commission (1987-1992) in President 4 Policy Makers Global Markets) as Managing Director, Head of Equities. Brian and his team raised over $5bn Corazon Aquino's Cabinet. ---------------------------- in new Equity for Indian companies from 2005-2008. In March 2009, Brian started Bluestream India Advisors Pvt. Ltd. He is also an Independent Director on the board of Indiaco Ventures 4 Economists Ltd. Brian holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Economics and Finance. ---------------------------- 4 Entrepreneurs Live coverage & Exclusive curtain raiser Extensive post event 0 360 on-site anchoring print coverage 0a6v3 Coverage 0 g re oC e The IdeaXchange 2009 will be promoted by AIM AAI through a powerful, integrated marketing campaign that will lead up to the event. Creating buzz across online media, print and TV that will help showcase our sponsors in a premium setting and context.
    • About AIM & AAI Asian Institute of Management, Manila (AIM) is the pioneer graduate school of management in Asia, celebrating 41 years of offering world- class education that has moulded Asia's business, development, and entrepreneurial leaders and managers for Asia and beyond. AIM is known for its intense and practitioner-oriented approach to management education. AIM uses the case method as the primary mode of learning in all its programs. In collaboration with a seasoned professor, students analyze real-life solutions in class discussions, and learn important concepts and skills. They are drilled in evaluating hundreds of cases during their course to sharpen their managerial skills. An AIM education means rigorous training, up-to-date management concepts, and emphasis on analytical, people management and leadership skills. AIM Alumni Association of India AIM AAI is a bonafide charter member of the worldwide Alumni Association of AIM and has been a platform for active participation, especially for alumni who are based in India. Today it has a functional team of 12 Executive Committee members, including four Office Bearers and active Chairman of the following Committees-Membership Development, Fellowship & Programs, International Relations and the newly formed Placement Committee. The team also includes a Manager and Coordinator for Alumni Relations. Communication Partner: AIM Alumni Association of India, Mumbai 1116, Maker Chamber V, 11th Floor, Nariman Point, Mumbai - 400021. Tel.: +91 22 2657 2921 / 22 / 23 Organized by Supported by Hosted by: Sponsors: