For global CEOs, 2019 will see their investment opportunities defined by the ongoing tectonic shifts in the global economy. With Japan set to be at the center of these developments, Bloomberg’s The Year Ahead will come to Tokyo for the first time this December.
What’s next. Right now.
From Donald Trump’s America First trade policy, to China asserting itself more on the global stage, and the disruption created by the expanding deployment of A.I., the issues for global CEOs to consider are myriad.
With Japan set to be at the center of these developments, Bloomberg’s The Year Ahead will come to Tokyo for the first time this December. Join us for this globally focused summit, as market-moving CEOs from across the world help shape the conversation around the most important trends and challenges facing every executive in the year ahead.
December 6 - Thursday
Registration Opens & Morning Refreshments
Opening Address & Interview: The Future of Japan
The End of the Old Order? Impact on Alliances & Markets
Spotlight: Mitsui & Co.
More Women, Less Jobs?
The Greatest Show on Earth: Tokyo 2020
The Robot & The Human: Creating the Right Balance
Spotlight: Japan Post Holdings
The Year Ahead for Finance & Markets: 2019 Outlook
Spotlight: Mori Trust
The Future of Fun: Integrated Resorts in Japan
The New Consumer Behavior
Japan's New Corporate Governance Champions
Solving the Wave-Power Puzzle
Spotlight: The Year Ahead for Global Automakers
Reiko AkiikeThe Boston Consulting Group Senior Partner & Managing Director
Miwako DateMori Trust Co., Ltd. President and CEO
Ichiro FujisakiNakasone Yasuhiro Peace Institute President
Yoshihiro HidakaYamaha Motor President & CEO
Lawrence HoMelco Resorts & Entertainment Chairman & CEO
Yoko IshikuraHitotsubashi University Professor Emeritus
Kenny LamNoah Holdings Group President
Bo Yung LeeUber Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer
Virginie MaisonneuveEastspring Investments Chief Investment Officer
Kathy MatsuiGoldman Sachs Japan Vice Chairman
Jim MurrenMGM Resorts International Chairman & CEO
Akiko NakaWantedly Founder & CEO
Masatsugu NagatoJapan Post Holdings President & CEO
Katherine RabinGlass Lewis CEO
François RiahiNatixis CEO
Takumi ShibataNikko Asset Management President & CEO
Tsumoru ShintakeOkinawa Institute of Science & Technology Professor of Physics
Tatsuo YasunagaMitsui & Co., Ltd President & CEO
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