SWIFT Institute is returning to China bringing our academics to the stage at the SWIFT Greater China Conference 2016.
Our esteemed researchers will bring fresh content to the talks throughout the day. Come hear Jonathan Batten, Distinguished Professor from Monash University moderate the first session on the Internationalisation of the RMB: Views from Different Perspectives. Jonathan Batten is the very first recipient of a SWIFT Institute grant for his work that was published on in September 2013 on the Internationalisation of the RMB: New Starts, Jumps and Tipping Points. Also on this panel is Chi Lo, Senior Strategist Greater China at BNP Paribas Partners Asia Ltd whose blogs often feature on our SWIFT Institute website.
In the session The Evolution of the Digital Finance Landscape in China, Chen Long, Professor of Finance, Associate Dean of Alumni Affairs, Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business will bring his insights on how various factors have contributed to this rapid development, including technological innovation, increasing use of digital devices and changing consumer behaviour, and the policy objective of the Chinese government to enhance financial inclusion via digital finance to support China’s overall economic growth and encourage greater innovation strategies.
After a fine lunch, Sun Qian, Professor and Department Chair, Department of Finance, School of Management, Fudan University will contribute her insights to the session on Journey down the Silk Road: Outlook for China’s Outward FDI. Next listen to the lively discussion on China’s Place in the Gobal Supply Chain: Implications for Banks and Corporations Professor John Evans, Professor of Practice at International Business School Suzhou T XI’AN Jiatong – Liverpool University, amongst the mix of prominent bankers from the region.
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