China – Opportunities and Challenges for Australian Investors Roundtable

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Date/Time

Date(s) - 10/05/18
12:30pm - 2:30pm

Location

Australian Centre for Financial Studies
Level 46, Rialto SOUTH Tower


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Roundtable Discussion: 

Dr. JIANG Chao, Global Chief Economist, Haitong Securities will be presenting his views on the global economy from a China perspective and discuss opportunities and challenges for Australian Investors.

The recent decision by MSCI to include China A Shares has had broad support from international institutional investors. This support primarily stems from the positive impact on the accessibility of the China A market of both the Stock Connect program and the loosening by the local Chinese stock exchanges of pre-approval requirements as part of broader reforms to China’s financial services sector.

At the same time, the world is undergoing substantial geopolitical changes affecting both sovereign trade and investment relationships and global capital flows. China’s GDP per capita has reached the magic US$8,000 and combined with reforms across many important sectors including financial services, the opportunity to share in its growth is available through listed securities. These securities include current national, regional and international industry champions rapidly becoming household brand names in Australia.

About the Speaker

Dr. JIANG Chao, Global Chief Economist

Dr. JIANG Chao serves as Chief Economist, Deputy Head of Research Department, and Head of Macro & Fixed Income Research Team at Haitong Securities. Dr. JIANG used to work for GTJA Securities after he obtained his quantitative economics PHD From Tsing Hua University.

He Joined Haitong Securities at the beginning of 2013. Dr JIANG has been awarded the Best Analyst of Marco Economy in 2010-2017 by New Fortune Magazine (The most influential Award in China research industry); Crystal Ball Award by Securities Market Weekly in 2011-2017; Golden Bull Award by China Securities Journal in 2011-2017; He’s also been awarded Best Analyst of Fixed Income Research in 2006-2017 by New Fortune Magazine.

In early December, 2014, Dr. JIANG’s team made a forward-looking judgment of the upcoming market boom in 2015 based on the observation of China’s macro policy direction. They also pointed out the market risks by presenting a series of relatively cautious views about China’s capital market in the second half of 2015.

In 2016, Dr. JIANG’s team successfully predicted the stagflation of the market and the boom of commodity market, especially gold market.

In late 2016 and early 2017, Dr. JIANG’s team pinpointed the risk of financial leverage, especially in real estate and China bond market.

Looking forward into 2018, Dr. JIANG highlights the investment opportunities among quality-oriented economic transition.

About Haitong Securities:

Founded in 1988, Haitong Securities Co., Ltd. is the only large-sized securities company among the oldest securities companies in China that has not been renamed and has not received a capital injection.

The Company provides securities and futures brokerage, investment banking, asset management, private equity, alternative investments and financial leasing services. Haitong Securities was listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange in 2007 and on the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited in 2012.

Haitong Securities has total assets of over RMB 500 billion and net assets of nearly RMB 110 billion, ranking among the top in China’s securities industry since 2007, both in terms of total assets and net assets.

The Company owns a comprehensive business platform, a mature overseas business platform, a number of business outlets across 14 countries and regions, nearly 340 securities and futures business outlets in China and has over 11 million clients within and outside China.

Event is by invitation only

Event Partners:

Australian Centre for Financial Studies and Austrade

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Ms Frieda Kukulka
Senior Manager, Marketing & Events
03 9666 1007 (Tues – Thurs)
frieda.kukulka@monash.edu