MilitiaMan: My thought is on or around 07/01/2019 there are things that may have been needed to be reported and soon. I am of the thinking they have about 10 business days of grace to make sure things are done and dusted if you will.
Well, 10 business days from then is the 14th, however, they are on holiday. (By the way that is the same day they showed an auction with zero external monies for the 14th to be paid.) Which begets one extra day to report financial activity if and or where need be.
So, since they closed up shop in Iraq on Thursday the 11th, they would have an opportunity to get the UN the data they need for publishing (if applicable) 3 days in front of a change in Iraqs UN Operational Rate for the country.
So in these last days upto then, lets see what the cat drags in. lol .. imo ~ MM
Samson: Việt Nam to build database for financial research
12th July, 2019
The financial industry in Việt Nam should build databases on businesses and economic indices to facilitate academic research and participation in the global financial market, speakers said at an international conference held yesterday in HCM City.
More than 300 educators, researchers and practitioners are taking part in the three-day 11th Asia-Pacific Conference 2019 to discuss global financial issues in the region.
Dr Võ Văn Lai, lecturer at Tôn Đức Thắng University, said that comprehensive databases on businesses and economic indices were badly needed for financial research purposes. “Financial researchers in Việt Nam need to attend more financial seminars and conferences, and participate in peer review and editorial work for international journals,” he added.
Held in Việt Nam for the first time, the conference aims to connect Vietnamese researchers and academics with their counterparts from prestigious universities around the world. “Such international conferences should be promoted in the country with the participation of researchers from leading universities from the region and the world,” Lai said.
He noted that Tôn Đức Thắng University had introduced its own database on businesses and economic indices in Việt Nam for research purposes for universities worldwide. The event, which discussed the latest developments in financial technology (fintech) and electronic money (bitcoin), among other issues, also promotes cooperation among universities as well as connections between businesses and universities.
Lê Vinh Danh, president of Tôn Đức Thắng University, the conference co-chair, said: “More than 130 reports from scholars worldwide are being presented, making it one of the two biggest conferences in the Asia-Pacific region for the Financial Management Association International (FMA) in the past decade.” Gordon Phillips, a professor from Dartmouth College in the US, and a leading expert in financial management, delivered the keynote speech at the event, focusing on equity issuance, capital structure and bankruptcy issues. Other participants included leading international scientists and experts such as Prof Rajesh Narayanan from Louisiana State University in the US and Prof Andrei Simonov from Michigan State University in the US, among others.
A number of Vietnamese and foreign graduate students registered for the event to have exchanges with leading experts in the field, as well as to seek opportunities to work at top universities at home and abroad. This is the first time that recruitment activities have been included in the regional conference programme.
The conference is one of FMA’s annual conferences held in regional countries that focus on Asia-Pacific issues as well as global financial problems. Founded in 1970 in the US, FMA is a leading international organisation for financial management. Its mission is to promote research in financial management through the exchange of scientific research results and practical experiences around the world.
FMA organises annual meetings, conferences and other academic activities to connect educators, researchers and practitioners around the world to exchange knowledge and discuss issues that arise in the financial sector. LINK