A public forum cum book launch by Mr Leong Sze Hian and a Speakers’ Corner event by Mr Tan Kin Lian.

Forum & book launch

This Saturday, 11 October 2008, will see two events taking place. The first is a public forum, jointly-organised by four organisations, on the topic of investment. Titled “Turbulent Times; Investing, Saving and Surviving”, the speakers for the forum will be Mr Leong Sze Hian and Mr Lyndon Chew from the Society of Financial Services Professionals and Ms Heather Chi from Food for All to speak about food prices and the shortage of it.

In addition, a new book by Mr Leong will be launched at the event as well. Titled, “Issues That Matter: Uniquely Singapore – F1 or F9?”, the book is a bi-lingual compilation of 45 letters by Mr Leong over the years which have been published by the local press.

A special “Turbulent Times” edition of the book will be on sale only at the forum.

The details of the event are as follows:

Co-org by SFSP, TIA, TOC and Food fo

Venue: URA Centre
Date: 11 October 2008
Time: 2pm to 4pm

Admission: Free

Organisers: Society of Financial Services Professionals, TIA Conferences, The Online Citizen, Food For All.


Tan Kin Lian’s Speakers’ Corner Event

The former Chief Executive of NTUC Income, Mr Tan Kin Lian, will be holding an event at Speakers’ Corner for investors who are affected by the recent credit crisis. Singaporeans who bought financial structured products such as minibonds and high notes are encouraged to attend this event.

The purpose of the gathering is to ask the Government and the Monetary Authority of Singapore, in particular, to look into the situation and take the necessary actions. A petition will also be made available at Speakers’ Corner.

Speakers for the event include Mr Tan Kin Lian and Mr Leong Sze Hian. (More speakers are being confirmed).

The details are as follows:

Venue: Speakers’ Corner, Hong Lim Park (Take train to Clark Quay station, Exit A)

Date: 11 October 2008

Time: 5pm


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