Since April, the Chinese government has accelerated the pace of financial sector reforms and openings. From the lifting of equity caps in life insurance and securities to plans for a Shanghai-London stock exchange connection, the Central government is quickly moving forward in creating a more open financial sector. The reforms are illustrative of several broad policy trends in China and will have a significant impact not only on financial institutions but for foreign companies operating in China.
To help members navigate these new trends and provide perspective on what this means for China's broader economic opening agenda, AmCham Shanghai will host a briefing and panel discussion on China's Financial Sector Opening on 8:30 to 10:00 AM, June 27 at AmCham Shanghai Conference Center. Trivium's Andrew Polk will present on China's financial sector reform and opening policies and the impact on businesses. A panel discussion featuring Mr. Polk, CEIBS Economic Professor Oliver Rui and Wells Fargo SVP, Deputy General Manager Han Lin (Chair of AmCham Shanghai's Financial Services Committee) will follow the presentation.
The session is co-hosted by AmCham Shanghai's Financial Service Committee. Please note that this event is "Off-the-Record" and seating will be limited.