ICT in Finance Conference & Expo 2007 (ICTF2007)

Venue: Vietnam National Convention Center

Location: Hanoi, Vietnam

Event Date/Time: Sep 18, 2007 End Date/Time: Sep 20, 2007
Registration Date: Sep 10, 2007
Abstract Submission Date: Aug 18, 2007
Paper Submission Date: Sep 01, 2007
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Description

Following the success of previous events in financial sector in three successive years,
Vietnam ICT in Finance 2007 features the theme “ICT for Financial Services” taking place in September 18th – 20th, 2007 in Hanoi offers you a prestigious meeting of the ICT milieu with more than 1500 delegates.

Hosted by the Ministry of Finance, this annual event is a strategic gathering for government representatives, professionals, technology thought-leaders and practicers from financial institutions throughout the Asian region.
During two-day conference, case studies, live panel discussions and presentations from high profile C’ level speakers will explore the developments in financial products and services as well as legal and regulatory provisions that are encouraging continued growth across the financial sector in Vietnam. Running concurrent with the conference will be the showcase of products, services and solutions from leading financial solutions providers in Vietnam and other countries.
With a strong focus on the variety of financial services, Vietnam ICT in Finance 2007 will open doors to business and investment opportunities in the growing financial sector in Vietnam. The organizers - Department of Financial Informatics and Statistics under the Ministry of Finance and International Data Group in Vietnam of “Vietnam ICT in Finance 2007” would like to invite all organizations and businesses to partipate as respectful sponsors, speakers and exhibitors.
We would like to enclose the related documents of Vietnam ICT in Finance 2007. For further information, please visit our website www.ictfinance.com.vn or contact us:
dung_do@idg.com.vn or +84-903-257 259

Venue

Pham Hung Road
Hanoi
Vietnam
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