Asian Tiger or False Hope?

Mineral-Rich and Cash-Poor, Mongolia Goes Under Investor Microscope at NYSSA Event

NEW YORK--()--The New York Society of Security Analysts (NYSSA) will track the rapid but rocky transformation of Mongolia from agrarian society to would-be industrialized nation on Thursday, April 9.

The daylong Investing in Mongolia Conference will highlight the recent rise of the Asian country as a global hotspot for minerals, precious metals and coal and ask if its booming mining sector can birth a true market economy.

The conference will showcase presentations from a number of private and publicly traded companies with a well-established footprint in the Mongolian market, including:

  • Golomt Bank and its wholly owned financial services firm Golomt Securities
  • Leading importer Ulemj
  • Road and transportation infrastructure developer Khot
  • Commercial real estate investor and developer Mongolia Growth Group
  • Erdenes MGL, the largest state-owned mining operation in Mongolia
  • Mine-owner Sharyn Gol JSC
  • Petroleum importer MT Group

In addition, officials from the Mongolian Embassy and Mongolian Stock Exchange will on be hand to provide macroeconomic perspectives. The conference will take place from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Register to attend via the NYSSA website and follow #NYSSAMongolia on Twitter.


Founded in 1937 by value investing pioneer Benjamin Graham, the New York Society of Security Analysts (NYSSA) is a leading forum for the financial services industry and a provider of professional education and career development.

In addition to delivering more than 200 events annually for its members, investment professionals and the general public, NYSSA prepares hundreds of candidates to obtain the Chartered Financial Analyst® designation. With a membership of nearly 9,000, NYSSA is the largest CFA® society in North America and a founding member of CFA Institute.

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Chris Glynn, 646-871-3430


Chris Glynn, 646-871-3430