Last chance to register for 27th NAMBC AGM & Investors Forum, April 26-28; panels on outlook for Trump Asia policy, prospects for renewed Mongolian growth, 8 US Ambassadors discuss 30 years of bilateral relations; opening reception, April 26; full agenda and schedule

Last chance to register for 27th NAMBC AGM & Investors Forum, April 26-28; panels on outlook for Trump Asia policy, prospects for renewed Mongolian growth, 8 US Ambassadors discuss 30 years of bilateral relations; opening reception, April 26; full agenda and schedule

With the theme of “Mongolia rises again,” the NAMBC’s 27th AGM & Investors Forum opens on the evening of Wednesday, April 26, with a reception hosted by Ambassador Bulgaa Altangerel at the Mongolian Embassy in Washington DC commemorating the 30th anniversary of US-Mongolia relations. Working sessions will be 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM on Thursday, April 27, at the Residence Inn Pentagon City Arlington, adjacent to Washington’s Reagan National Airport. Links to the full agenda and a registration form follow below. Distinguished experts from Mongolia and North America will discuss the outlook for Asia policy under President Trump and prospects for renewed Mongolian economic growth. Eight US Ambassadors to Mongolia will share their views on three decades of US-Mongolia relations. The optional second day, Friday, April 28, features private door-knock meetings with US government officials for US registrants; requires a transportation fee of $25 per person.

Our AGM is made possible by the generous support of our sponsors, who share the NAMBC’s confidence in Mongolia’s future: Centerra Gold, Wagner Asia, Nomadic Expeditions, Hogan Lovells (Mongolia) LLC, SOCO International, 5.11 Tactical and Mongolia Business Database.

“This year we have the largest-ever number of speakers and delegates from Mongolia,” said NAMBC Chairman Frank Herbert, “as well as the largest number of former American ambassadors to Mongolia ever assembled at the same place and the same time.”  Also speaking are the Mongolian Ambassador to the US B. Altangerel and the Mongolian Ambassador to Canada R. Altangerel. “Both of these diplomats have played key roles in US-Mongolia relations,” Herbert said, “R. Altangerel was State Secretary of the Foreign Ministry when George Bush became the first US President to visit Mongolia.” Herbert also noted that the discussion on future prospects for Mongolian growth included experts from a broad variety of sectors including mining, equipment supply chain, infrastructure, finance, think-tanks, tourism, agriculture, investment, the legal community and the Canadian and US governments. This group includes CEOs or senior officers of four major mining investors in Mongolia.

Some group rate room reservations at the Residence Inn Pentagon City may still be available; the deadline was April 5. If any are still available, 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. To inquire about availability and to book rooms, please immediately call NAMBC Event Manager Sarah Bucy, 01+703-413-6588, Sarah.bucy@marriott.com, and be sure to reference the NAMBC AGM at the Residence Inn Arlington Pentagon City in order to obtain the group rate. Do not attempt to register for the group rate online at this late date.

CLICK HERE for Registration Form

CLICK HERE for updated AGM Agenda and Schedule

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