|CHINA FINANCIAL INNOVATION FORUM|
Time：November 2nd, 2013
Location：Harvard Club of New York City, 27 W 44th St New York, NY 10036
Dear fellow members:
Greetings from Cornell University CSSA!
You are invited to the CHINA FINANCIAL INNOVATION FORUM! To Reserve Your Tickets Now click: cfif.eventbrite.com
Exclusively sponsored and hosted by Zhejiang Jiangong Real Estate Development Group, this forum is co-hosted by CU CSSA, Ivy China Forum and Ivy League Chinese Students and Scholars Union. Our forum aims to address several major issues during the process of Chinese financial reform. As we know, China has already become an economic powerhouse in the world, hence should Chinese finance ministry introduce sophisticated but effective financial tools to allocate its capital and industrial resources is brought to center stage. Besides financial policies, the recently founded Shanghai Free Trade Zone has drew a lot of attention as well. One important topic arise with the free trade zone is whether it will open the barricade of Chinese financial governance to encourage oversea merger, privatization and other financial behaviors. To benefit our fellow members, we have invited 14 distinguished guests to share their experiences and insights about the ongoing Chinese financial reform. Please join us on November 2nd, 2013 to gain knowledge and networking opportunity with well-known leaders and scholars in the field.
Reserve Your Tickets Now: cfif.eventbrite.com
Below is our agenda for this one-day event:
November 2nd, 2013, Saturday, Harvard Club NYC
1:30PM - 2:00PM Opening Remark by Elaine La Roche, Former CEO of China International Capital Corp. - Harvard Hall
2:00PM - 3:00PM PANEL I: Is it the right time to introduce the more mature and effective financial operation model of the United States to China? - Harvard Hall
3:00PM - 3:20PM Tea Break - Harvard Hall
3:20PM - 4:20PM PANEL II: China''''s Prospective Financial Markets: Cross-border M&A / Private Equity and Venture Capital / More Diversified Financial Products - Harvard Hall
4:20PM - 5:20PM PANEL III: Prospects and China''''s Efforts towards Its