5th Wee Cho Yaw Singapore-China Finance and Banking Forum, Shanghai
第五届黄祖耀新中金融与银行业论坛(上海)  

China's Asset Management Industry: The Opportunities and Challenges
中国资产管理产业:机遇与挑战

Wednesday, 31 July 2013 (Lingua Franca: English with Mandarin simultaneous interpretation)
2013年7月31日,星期三 (语言:英语配同声传译)

2.00pm - 4.30pm
下午14:30—16:30

Grand Ballroom 1, Level 3, The Ritz-Carlton Shanghai, Pudong
上海浦东丽思卡尔顿酒店三楼大宴会厅1


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The 4th Wee Cho Yaw Singapore-China Finance and Banking Forum in Singapore (12 June 2012) "The Internationalisation of the Renminbi"

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In addition to various financial liberalisation programmes recently introduced by the Chinese regulators, assets under management (AUM) in publicly-sold funds in China as of 31 Dec 2012 have crossed the US$580 billion mark. Additionally, new OECD rules and regulations have implications for Asian asset management financial centres in Shanghai, Singapore and Hong Kong; we face an ageing population problem; and of course ever increasing inflation, anti-corruption legislation, as well as business ethics and governance issues. A good body of knowledge about asset management in China in particular and Asia in general is hence needed, while an understanding of behavioural versus traditional investing, and of regulations and ethics is paramount.

Organised by CAMRI and NUS Business School, the 5th Wee Cho Yaw Singapore-China Finance and Banking Forum critically appraised the asset management sector in China and its implications for asset managers and investors in Asia, particularly China and Singapore. The Forum also examined the liberalisation and exponential growth of the AUM in the Chinese asset management sector, future trends and the attendant fiduciary obligation that comes with such responsibility. Finally, the Forum touched on China's QFII and RFII programmes, the alignment and rationalisation of trust, insurance and other companies offering asset management products, and the opportunities that arise for Singapore banks and asset managers from the recent announcement by the PBOC regarding Singapore being named as the first regional financial centre outside China to have a yuan-clearing bank.

截至2012年12月31日,中国公开发售基金的管理资产规模已经超过5800亿美元。在政策层面,中国监管当局最近不断推出各种金融自由化的计划。此外,经济合作与发展组织最新推出的法律法规将对亚洲资产管理金融中心——上海、新加坡和香港——产生深远影响。同时,我们还面临着人口老龄化、空前的通货膨胀、反腐立法、商业道德和良好政府管理(或者商业道德和良好政府管理的缺失)等问题。由此,我们迫切需要了解中国以及整个亚洲的资产管理,以及相对于传统投资完全不同的投资行为的理解、需要对法律以及至关重要的商业道德的理解。

由资产管理研究和投资中心(CAMRI)和新加坡国立大学商学院联合主办的"第五届黄祖耀新中金融与银行业论坛"批判性地评估中国资产管理行业的现状及其对亚洲,尤其是对中国和新加坡的资产管理者和投资者的影响。同时,此论坛审视中国资产管理行业中的金融自由化和管理资产规模的快速增长,以及中国资产管理行业的未来趋势和随之而来的信托责任。最后,此论坛触及中国的合格的境外机构投资者(QFII)和人民币合格境外投资者(RFII)机制,信托机构、保险公司和其他提供资产管理产品公司的一致化和合理化进程,以及中国人民银行日前宣布新加坡成为首个拥有境外人民币清算银行的地区金融中心后,此举将带给新加坡银行和资产管理者的机会。 

Programme 日程安排

2:00 pm Registration 注册

2:30 pm

Welcome & Opening Remarks 致欢迎辞
2:45 pm Panel Discussion, followed by Q&A Session 专家论坛和问答时间

Moderator: Professor Joseph Cherian, Practice Professor of Finance and Director of Centre for Asset Management Research & Investments (CAMRI), NUS Business School
主持人:钱瑞安教授,新加坡国立大学商学院金融学实践教授和资产管理研究与投资中心(CAMRI)主任

Panellists 专家团成员:

Professor Anthony Neoh QC, SC, JP, Hong Kong Bar and Dean's Visiting Professor, NUS Business School, former Chief Adviser, China Securities Regulatory Commission
梁定邦教授 QC, SC, JP,
香港资深大律师,新加坡国立大学商学院院长客座教授、前中国证监会首席顾问

Dr Qian Jun, Chief Executive Officer, Hwabao Trust
钱骏博士, 华宝信托总经理

Ms Jasmine Lim, Deputy General Manager, Ping An UOB Fund Management Company
林婉文小姐, 平安大华基金管理有限公司副总经理

Mr Peter Alexander, Managing Director, Z-Ben Advisors
张磊德先生,上海泽奔商务咨询有限公司常务董事

Mr Huang Jingsheng, Partner, TPG Growth and RMB Funds
黄晶生先生, 德太集团成长基金和人民币基金驻中国上海的合伙人


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4:30pm Networking Tea Break 茶歇交流时间

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