NAMBC Chairman Frank Herbert said yesterday that “we are delighted to confirm that P. Tsagaan, former Chief of Staff to President Ts. Elbegdorj, accepted our invitation” to address the 27th NAMBC Annual Meeting & Investors Forum, April 27-28, at the Residence Inn Pentagon City Arlington, adjacent to Washington’s Reagan National Airport. “Tsagaan was part of the team that advanced Mongolia’s peaceful democratic transition and subsequently has been a leader in Mongolian government, business and civil society for over a quarter century,” Herbert said. Tsagaan previously served as Finance Minister, Minister of Education and Culture and as CEO of several financial institutions. Also coming from UB to speak, as previously announced, is B. Byambasaikhan, former CEO of Erdenes Mongol LLC, current Chairman of the Business Council of Mongolia (BCM), former CEO of Newcom Group and a former ADB official.
Space is extremely limited at our AGM venue, the Residence Inn Arlington Pentagon City, so book your room early at the special group rate by the cut-off date of April 5. The next tier of early registration discounts ends April 4.
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The Residence Inn allows guests to cancel reservations without penalty 24 hours prior to their scheduled check-in time. Group rate rooms are US$274.54 per night inclusive of tax, complimentary internet, hot breakfast buffet and free shuttle service to Reagan National Airport and the Metro station.
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To book rooms by phone, call 1-800-331-3131 and be sure to reference the NAMBC AGM at the Residence Inn Arlington Pentagon City in order to obtain the group rate.
During the first day, Thursday, April 27, 9:00 AM-5:00 PM, the program will focus on prospects for US-Mongolia and US-Asia engagement under the Trump Administration, commemorate the 30th anniversary of US-Mongolia diplomatic relations, and discuss mining, infrastructure and other future investment opportunities in Mongolia. Lunch is included in the registration fee. Other speakers will include Mongolian and US officials and business leaders, including senior officers of Erdene Resource Development, Centerra Gold and Kerry Group Mongolia LLC. The optional second day, Friday, April 28, features private door-knock meetings with US government officials, which requires a transportation fee of $25 per person.