Caixin Roundtable, along with Caixin Summit and Caixin Forum, constitutes a vital pillar of the Caixin Summit Series. Held on the sidelines of the foremost global events such as the World Economic Forum Annual Meetings, BRICS summits, APEC summits, G20 summits, and the IMF and World Bank Annual Meetings, Caixin Roundtable brings together China's decision-makers, business leaders, prominent thought leaders and their global counterparts to engage in candid, in-depth, and constructive dialogues where actionable insights can emerge and thrive.
Davos | China Reopening
At the juncture of global economic recovery, China's reform and opening up once again ushered in a favorable time window, when more conditions and stronger abilities are available now to help achieve a two-way opening up. Looking ahead, how can China innovate in and transform its economy, trade, finance, science and technology to further intensify its opening up so as to create a better market environment and enhance its international competitiveness? Caixin Breakfast Meeting Davos 2018 invites renowned entrepreneurs, investors, and academics concerned about China's economic prospect and investment environment, to share their outlooks on China’s reform and wider opening-up to the rest of the world.
Washington | China and the World: Recalibration and Realignment
How should the global community prevent macro financial risks from monetary policy changes? How should the global community establish effective structures to monitor and regulate financial derivative products and innovative Fintech models? How will businesses cope with rising protectionism around the world? Caixin Washington Roundtable invites Governor YI GANG of the PBOC, former Vice Chairman Stanley FISCHER of the Federal Reserve, CFO Jon Pruzan of Morgan Stanley, former Chair Sheila BAIR of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and many more to weigh in on China’s economic evolution amid the new global economic cycle, international cooperation on financial regulations, and implications of fintech for cyber security.
South Africa | Managing Risk for Companies and Countries in an Age of Rising Protectionism
How should developing countries cope with rising protectionism around the world that cast a shadow on the global economy, trade, and finance? How should emerging economies better integrate into the global financial system? How will multinational corporations in developing countries expand their share of the global market? Caixin Johannesburg Roundtable in partnership with Deloitte hosts a roundtable to discuss how to seek inclusive growth and cope with rising protectionism around the world through collaboration among developing countries. Speakers include CHEN Siqing, Chairman of Bank of China, Lungisa FUZILE, CEO of Standard Bank SA., Leslie MAASDORP, Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of the NDB, CAI Jinyong, Former CEO of International Finance Corp, among others.
Sydney | Chinese Investment and Australia
The China-Australia economic relationship continues to grow in a period of adjustment to lower commodity prices and through the liberalisation of Chinese markets delivered by ChAFTA. What’s at stake in Australia’s relationship with China? How can two countries address system differences that are now a cause of greater anxiety in the bilateral relationship? How will China and Australia navigate the Trump administration’s challenge to the global trade regime which anchors the conduct of rules-based multilateral trade? Co-hosted with Australian Financial Review, Caixin Sydney Roundtable features keynote speeches and panel discussions by Michael Stutchbury, Editor-in-Chief of AFR, Hu Shuli, Publisher of Caixin, Andrew Parker, Partner and Asia Practice Leader of PwC and many other senior executives, government officials and renowned academics.
Bali | Financial Opening-up: The Engine of New Reformation
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? Caixin Roundtable invites Governor Yi Gang of PBOC, Financial Secretary Paul Chan Mo-po of Hong Kong SAR, Governor Veerathai Santiprabhob of the Bank of Thailand, President Takehiko Nakao of the ADB as well as financial professional and entrepreneurs to conduct an in-depth and substantively engaging discussion over the financial opening-up, integration, innovation and reformation.
Argentina | Refining Global Governance: New Challenges, New Responses
In today's world, trade frictions between major economies are growing, nationalism and protectionism are on the rise, doubts about international institutions and norms are growing, and international cooperation is facing increasing uncertainties and challenges. What consensus, principles, and values should we seek to establish in addressing global problems? What international order and mechanism do we need to resolve conflicts? How can countries ensure that economic growth and social development go hand in hand? In partnership of the University of Tres de Febrero, Caixin Roundtable convenes Jorge Faurie, Argentine Minister of Foreign Affairs, Henrique Meirelles, former Brazilian Finance Minister and central banker, Argentine National Deputy Eduardo Amadeo, B20 Executive Sherpa Carolina Castro, as well as prominent academics and business leaders to deal with the challenges facing developing countries including China and Latin American countries.
New York | China-U.S. Economic Relations
The global economy has undergone profound changes recently; uncertainty has risen significantly in trade, geopolitics and the trend of globalization. The on-going trade conflict between China and the U.S. is one prominent chapter of this uncertain environment. At such a time, open and candid dialogue between world leaders is needed more than ever. Under this context, Caixin New York Roundtable, supported by New York Stock Exchange, convenes business leaders from China and the U.S. to an in-depth discussion on the trends and impacts of some of the key challenges in financial services and capital markets, and implications of the bilateral trade policies.