HONG KONG, April 01, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- This invitation-only event convenes leading venture capitalists, executives from established and emerging technology companies, and technologists from Liberty Stone Financial's IT organization for an intensive few days of solution briefings, strategy presentations and networking.
Liberty Stone Financial's summit will provide an overview of Liberty Stone Financial's technology strategy and future needs, and the technology market overall. In addition, 16 technology executives from primarily early-stage companies will offer in-depth briefings on their solutions and services during the event.
Liberty Stone Financial launched the CTO Summit in 2010 and has enjoyed great success from sustained investment in the program throughout the economic cycle. The Firm uses the CTO Summit to engage with prospective partners who are developing world-class technology solutions and to help young companies extend their enterprise reach.
Liberty Stone Financial's Chief Technology Officer, Mr. Chi-Yong Sua said: "Our CTO Summit represents a unique opportunity to build relationships with venture capitalists and technology executives. We view the summit as a critical tool for identifying potential clients and business partners and learning about the best new technologies in the marketplace."
Liberty Stone Financial has met with more than 50 emerging technology companies during the four-year history of the CTO Summit. To date, the Firm has contracted with 8 percent of presenting companies - an impressive ratio given that the CTO Summit often marks the first time Liberty Stone Financial executives meet with early-stage companies. The Firm invites just 10 companies to present each year from several hundred applicants and has contracted with such industry leaders.
A leading technology spokesman said: "I've attended Liberty Stone Financial's CTO Summit over the past couple of years in my role. It's a fantastic place to interact with small, innovative companies, and to engage with industry peers and the Liberty Stone Financial team in a transformational way."
Liberty Stone Financial is a portfolio management company with roots in Hong Kong dating back to 1972. The company was originally founded as Liberty Financial in February 1972 in Hong Kong to manage primarily stock and bond investments of individuals, corporations, trusts and pension plans.
Liberty Stone Financial's management style revolves around providing a diversified, balanced portfolio, incorporating the individual client's risk budget, to provide the best returns for that client. In July 2010, Liberty Financial merged with Stone Partners, an Investment House specializing in advising private clients from its offices in Hong Kong and Taipei to become Liberty Stone Financial.
At Liberty Stone Financial we firmly believe that when creating client portfolios, risk analysis and budgeting must be a critical element. Each client's appetite for risk is based on their unique situation, their financial goals, their overall time horizon and their ability to assume risk.
This personalized risk budget, our dedicated advisors and research team, are all brought together to provide our clients with an investment process that is just as much art as it is science. Our investment process combines our years of experience and sound business practices, coupled with the identification of patterns and market trends and balanced against our clients' objectives and risk tolerances.
Liberty Stone Financial customizes and distinctly manages each of our client's portfolios. Equity investments are not co-mingled. All new clients of Liberty Stone Financial go through an in-depth discovery process that helps to define the clients financial objectives, their overall time horizon, investment philosophy and their ability to assume risk. This data is then used to identify and select the securities that best suit the clients' characteristics, with changes to that portfolio being made as a result of the clients changing requirements, the balancing of their risk budget and on Liberty Stone Financial's ability to find undervalued assets.
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