China's Stock Markets: Has the Future Finally Arrived?

The Financial Services Committee invites you to lunchtime talk by Fraser Howie, co-author of three books on the Chinese financial system, Red Capitalism: The Fragile Financial Foundations of China's Extraordinary Rise (named a Book of the Year 2011 by The Economist magazine and one of the top ten business books of the year by Bloomberg), Privatizing China: Inside China's Stock Markets and "To Get Rich is Glorious" China's Stock Market in the '80s and '90s.

Mr. Howie will provide an overview of current trends in the development of China's stock markets, including internationalization, QFII, the new Shanghai tech board, the prognosis for further reform, and thoughts on whether Chinese firms will continue to list overseas.


12:00 Registration & Networking

12:10 Welcome Remarks

12:15 Presentation by Fraser Howie

13:00 Open Discussion

13:30 Session Ends


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    Fraiser Howie

    Fraser Howie studied Natural Sciences (Physics) at Cambridge University and Chinese at Beijing Language and Culture University and for over twenty years has been trading, analyzing and writing about Asian stock markets. During that time he has worked in Hong Kong, Beijing and Singapore.

    He has worked for Baring Securities, Bankers Trust, Morgan Stanley, CICC and from 2003 to 2012 he worked at CLSA as a Managing Director in the Listed Derivatives and Synthetic Equity department.

    His work has been published in the Wall Street Journal, Foreign Policy, China Economic Quarterly and the Nikkei Asian Review, and is a regular commentator on CNBC, Bloomberg and the BBC.

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Shanghai, China

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