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Berita Harian Financial Planning Conference 2007

Singapore, 15 July 2007 - About 700 participants attended the fifth Berita Harian Financial Planning Conference on 15 July,
2007. Organised by Berita Harian, SSA Consulting Group is the co-organiser and Maybank is the Sponsor of this event for the fifth year running.

Attached are the speeches delivered by Dr Yaacob Ibrahim, Minister for the Environment and Water Resources, and
Minister-in-charge of Muslim Affairs, the Guest-of-Honour for this event and the welcome speech by Mr Guntor Sadali, Editor,
Berita Harian (in English and Malay).

The programme and the profiles of the 3 speakers, Ms Christina Chia, Dr Irfan Khairi and Mr Adam Khoo are also attached for your information.

BH Financial Planning Conference 2007 - Think and Grow Rich
Date: 15 July 2007, Sunday
Time: 8.30am - 6pm
Venue: Raffles City Convention Centre, Raffles Ballroom

Dr Yaacob’s Speech
Mr Guntor’s Speech (In English)
Mr Guntor’s Speech (In Malay)
Speakers Profiles

For more details , please call

Fadilah Majid
Section Editor
Ekoniaga Desk
Berita Harian
DID: 6319 5387
Hp: 9625 5913

Norhaiza Hashim
Ekoniaga Desk
Berita Harian
DID 6319 5625
Hp : 9682 8826

Adrian Cheong
Assistant Manager
Corporate Communications
Hp : 9798 6097

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