Frontier Securities is the first local Mongolian Securities firm with a global network and international expertise. Established by Masa Igata, Frontier has been given full-service securities related license by the Financial Regulatory Committee (FRC) of Mongolia. Frontier also has brokerage, dealing and underwriting licenses that are regulated by FRC. Since its establishment, Frontier's primary area of focus has been the cross-border investment banking business.
Silver's 32 percent surge this year has taken its 100-day moving average above the 500-day measure for just the third time this century. When the so-called golden cross occurred in 2002 and 2009, prices advanced at least 66 percent before the phenomenon was reversed.
Frontier Securities is pleased to confirm the attendance of close to 20 speakers so far for the third Mongolian investment conference in Tokyo on December 9.
Frontier Securities are pleased to send you the 4th update letter for this year's "Invest Mongolia" to be held on September 8th & 9th in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. The two-day conference will consist of presentations & panel discussions. There will also be a segregated area for exhibitors.
Frontier Conferences are pleased to send you the third update letter for this year's "Invest Mongolia", Frontier's 9th annual Conference 2015, to be held on September 8th & 9thin Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.
Frontier Securities are pleased to announce this year's "Invest Mongolia", Frontier's 9th annual Conference 2015, to be held on September 8th & 9th in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.
Frontier Securities' provides update for this year's "Invest Mongolia", 8th annual Conference 2014, to be held on September 2nd & 3rd in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.
Frontier's annual conference is one of the largest events running in Mongolia. This conference serves as a platform of bringing in people from the Government, key industries' players, financial institutions and global investors; where they get a chance to share their thoughts about various economic and socio-political developments throughout the year.
Frontier has revised its baseline growth forecast for 2013 to 6 percent in May, significantly lower than street estimates. The forecast is based on uncertainty over key growth factors. The downward revision reflects the recent trends of negative export growth and sharply weakening FDI inflow.
Mongolia is trying to increase the National Brand Index to at least top 50 in the world. The two day "Mongolian Economic Forum" has opened today at the Parliament. Prime Minister Altankhyag has addressed the importance of increasing the brand image of Mongolia as they have not even achieved within the top 50 in the world.
Frontier Securities is pleased to release Post Conference Report of Invest Mongolia 2012. Frontier's annual conference maintained its distinguished position of being Mongolia's largest capital raising event.