The financial sector has long been at the forefront of China’s reform. The scope and depth of financial opening-up continue to increase at an unprecedented pace, despite the recent trade frictions. What role does financial opening-up play in China’s economic restructuring? What makes the current wave of opening up different from previous efforts? How do international financial institutions involve in, benefit from and contribute to the effort? And what policy implication does it have to financial regulators and economic policy makers around the world?
Under the context of the financial technologic innovation, how should the global community establish effective structures to monitor and regulate financial derivative products and innovative fintech models? How to balance the fintech innovation and financial regulation?