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BAML Investment Seminar

BAML Investment Seminar

“Seeking opportunities of Hong Kong equities & warrants investment in the second half of 2012”


There is a well-known Chinese saying that after the slump of stock market in May and June, July may be the turning point of this tumble. Opportunities come with crisis. On 30th June, 2012, BWC associated with the Bank of America Merrill Lynch, held a large-scale investment seminar at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. The objectives are to assist investors in looking for opportunities, helping them to understand the market trend, searching for potential market sectors and thus making the right investment decision. Typhoon Signal No. 8 was hoisted on the day before the seminar but that didn’t diminish the attractiveness. A grand scene of more than 300 attendants was captured.

We are honored to have invited Mr Chan Wing-luk, a popular stock commentator and financial expert, as the MC and guest speaker of the seminar. He summarized the Hong Kong stock market conditions of the first six months and predicted the trend of the second half in a lively and interesting way. He also analyzed the trend and provided some guidelines to investors on individual stock and market sector. Team Head of Institutional Sales, Securities Division, BWC Capital Market, analyzed the latest European debt situation and also its impact on Hong Kong stock market outlook for the audience. Mr Warren Huang, Head of Warrant and CBBC Sales in Asia, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, provided insights of corresponding warrant and CBBC strategies.


The Q & A session after the lectures provided an opportunity for the audience to consult experts’ professional opinions on the market outlook, economies and investment strategies. Many investors visited BWC booth at the conference room and gathered information on the Monthly Subscription Plan for trading Securities.


With the objective to enhance financial knowledge of individuals, BWC Capital Market shall organize different types of investment seminars and activities together with various financial institutions and invite the public to participate for free.

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