Achievements and key highlights of the event

Invest Mongolia Tokyo took place on 23rd July 2014 at Tokyo Prince Hotel. The conference was seen as an entirely unique event to provide a forum to the government officials, lawmakers, investors and major player in key industries to present their perspective, receive feedback and brainstorm over major developments. Conference theme was design to: 1) highlight investment and business cooperation opportunities between Japan and Mongolia; 2) and prioritize government policy to make investments more lucrative. Key highlights of the events are as following:
  • Almost 100 people from 80 different companies have participated
  • Key government officials presented policy development and governing laws
  • Government representatives showed commitment to support and follow-up on the meeting

Conference covered the following topics:

  • Is Investment Climate really improving in Mongolia?
  • Mongolian Legal Developments in 2014: Changes and Future Developments
  • Potential Cooperation with Japan in Mining Sector
  • Investment Climate in Mongolia
  • International Principles and Local Legal Issues: Some Thoughts on Infrastructure Projects and Mongolian Law
  • Real Estate Investment and Infrastructure Development in Mongolia

Key participants of the conference included:

  • Mitsubishi Corporation
  • Marubeni Corporation
  • ORIX
  • ​Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation
  • Moody`s Investors Services
  • Erdenes Oyu Tolgoi
  • Nomura Research Institute
  • Mitsubishi Materials Techno Corporation
  • Nikkei Newspaper
  • Rio TInto Japan
  • SMBC
  • Mongolian Ministry of Economic Development
  • Nicholas Edwards Investments
  • Okayama Metal & Machinery Pension Fund
  • Sojitz Corporation
  • CEO Club
  • Aoyama Gakuin university
  • Asia Pacific Home Owners Club
  • Asia pacific Investment Partners
  • Australian Embassy
  • Australian Trade Commission
  • Bloomberg News
  • British Embassy in Ulaanbaatar
  • Clean Energy Asia
  • Deloitte Tohmatsu Financial Advisory Co., Ltd.
  • Golomt bank
  • Haraguchi International Law Office
  • Hogan Lovells LLP
  • Khan Bank
  • Mongolian Railway
  • Nagoya University, Former Ambassador to Mongolia
  • Mongolian embassy in Japan
  • MONGOL SHOJI Co., Ltd.
  • Oxford Business Group
  • QOL Partners Company Limited
  • SGS japan inc.
  • South Gobi Power Development Corporation
  • Standard group
  • STR Partners Co.,Ltd

We are expecting around 300 participants on upcoming 2nd annual Invest Mongolia Tokyo on December 11 which would serve as a platform of re-union for the participants of July conference