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Reform and Opening Up? – A Look at China’s Financial Markets
Aug 21, 2020 06:14 PM

Reform and Opening Up? – A Look at China’s Financial Markets

Time: Tuesday August 11, 18:00-19:00 Beijing Time/12:00-13:00, CET/6:00-7:00, EST

In recent months, China has continued to open its financial markets to the outside world, scrapping several limits and regulations – even as the conflict between Beijing and Washington has intensified. Restrictions on foreign investors to invest in mainland stocks and bonds have been lifted. Last year, the STAR market in Shanghai launched in an effort to develop China’s IPO market. Today, it’s already Asia’s most valuable stock market. At the same time, Chinese firms listed in the U.S. are coming under increased pressure – Luckin Coffee was delisted following an accounting scandal – and are considering moving their listings back to Hong Kong or China.

In this members-only webcast in collaboration with Asia Society Switzerland, we took an in-depth look at the state of China’s financial markets, and which opportunities and risks the changes present –from both a domestic and an international point of view.

Michael Chen, Managing Director, Head of Overseas Client Service, China Central Depository & Clearing (CCDC)
Thomas Schaffner, Portfolio Manager, Vontobel Asset Management
Peng Qinqin, Senior Reporter of the Finance Team, Caixin Media

Li Zengxin, Deputy General Manager, Caixin Global; Director, Caixin Global Intelligence

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About Caixin Virtual Boardroom
A new series of invite-only events launched by Caixin Global Intelligence providing an opportunity for deeper interaction between attendees, connecting business and policy leaders. The events will focus on key financial market and investment issues, with speakers and audiences including policy makers, business leaders, global investors and researchers.

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Li Zengxin   Director, Caixin Global Intelligence

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