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Assets valuation: Practices and Challenges in China's Transitional Period/中国资产价值评估:实践与挑战

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China is one of the hot topics in the economic world today, which frequently occupies the headlines of the media, but what less talked about is China’s valuation profession, which has played a significant role in its transition from a central planned economy to a market economy, where market forces start to set prices rather than a central planning organization and the valuation profession has been established to facilitate the process.

It is known to all that huge amounts of SOEs’ assets (that belong to the State_Owned Enterprises) have been sold for the purpose of privatization, or industrial restructuring, and about £140billions of Non_Performing Loans (NPL) of the four biggest commercial banks in China were disposed of before the banks went public, but little is known in regards to how the value was assessed, and what methodologies and parameters were used, etc.

One of the objectives of the talk is to develop an understanding of the valuation profession in China in its transitional period, which will examine how this process has come about, its practices as well as challenges that the profession is facing. Another is to look into the historic background behind China’s development, so that a valuer’s perspective in viewing its growth could be obtained, which argues that monetization is another major contributing factor to China’s GDP growth.

This talk is part of the China Research Seminar Series series.

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