The 2nd Annual Forex China 2011 (Forex China)

Venue: Beijing, China

Location: Beijing, China, China

Event Date/Time: Sep 21, 2011 End Date/Time: Sep 22, 2011
Registration Date: Sep 10, 2011
Early Registration Date: Aug 15, 2011
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Risk management becomes the primary driver of change in FX dealing. The re-pricing of services to accurately reflect credit, operational and settlement risks
inherent in running an FX business in today’s uncertain environment has shifted the resource mix at major dealers. Over the past year in particular, businesses that
benefited from the rapid growth of the market, such as FX prime brokerage, have been redefined to focus on the most profitable of clients. This has come to the
benefit of retail platforms that have picked up the smaller institutional business, alongside the still-booming retail trading community. The effort to ensure that
businesses continue to run profitably and smoothly means that advances in technology will remain business-critical. The evolving role of the incumbent systems
and new initiatives will be paramount to the future growth of this market.
However, the Renminbi is not yet fully convertible, restrictions apply to the exchange for so-called capital account items, such as loans and contributions to share
capital in an enterprise. Foreign Exchange for Current Account items and profits to be distributed to foreign investors are both fully convertible. No approval by the
State Administration of Foreign Exchange (SAFE) is required for the acquisition and transfer of foreign exchange to settle debts based on legal transactions that are
classified as Current Account Items. However, the banks authorized to handle such matters are charged with reviewing the documents to be submitted.
Forex China 2011 is the prime event in China’s FX markets, aims to further deepen reform of the FX management system, improve the FX administration and
services for overseas investments, protect national foreign-related economic and financial security and promote the liberalization and facilitation of trade and
investment. Forex China 2011 will discuss hot topics including China’s foreign exchange market, foreign exchange derivatives strategies, reform of the international
monetary system, cross-border capital supervision......60+ speakers and Experts will bring you the latest FX-related policies/ tendencies and use cases to address the
challenges of operating a successful foreign exchange business in today’s climate, also illustrate the concerns and solutions to the common problems which foreign
investment enterprises will face in China. You may not afford missing this unrivalled and cost-effective summit.
It is estimated that over 250 top FX dealers and investors, 30 domestic and international intermediaries, and 150 industry leading companies will attend the
conference, providing you with new contacts and great exposure, culminating in an event which will bring you face-to-face with your key customers and prospects.
Forex China 2011 warmly welcomes you in Beijing!