The Wall Street Journal Asias China Financial Markets Conference (CFM 2010)

Venue: Sofitel Wanda Beijing, China

Location: Beijing, China

Event Date/Time: Nov 16, 2010 End Date/Time: Nov 16, 2010
Registration Date: Nov 08, 2010
Early Registration Date: Aug 29, 2010
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Description



China and the Changing World Financial Order





China’s influence has never been greater in the aftermath of the global credit crisis. Join the Wall Street Journal Asia’s high level meeting for the Greater China financial community to find out how home institutions are successfully
reforming, expanding and partnering with foreign players.





Examine China’s new-found clout in the world of M&A, in currency and
stock markets and in the debate over reforming global financial regulation.




Agenda topics include:



  • Reinventing Global Financial Institutions: The China Perspective

  • China as Global Investor

  • The Evolution of China’s Capital Markets

  • China’s National Champions of Finance

  • The Globalization of the Yuan


Roundtable discussions:



  • Investing in Green Technology

  • Financing China’s Consumer Revolution

  • Private Equity and the RMB Revolution


  • To register or for more information, please visit cn.WSJ.com/cfm






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Additional Information

US$890 NOW US$990 after Aug 29 US$1,190 after Oct 17 The delegate fee includes all conference materials and attendance at all conference sessions, the networking luncheon, coffee breaks and cocktail receptions. The fee does not include hotel and accommodation.