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China's Capital Market Reform: What it Means?

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Join Dr Gong Shaolin, as he discusses the problems and risks faced by China’s financial sector, the market reform strategy and legislations being put in place, and the impact of these reforms on capital markets in Shanghai and Hong Kong.

This is a unique opportunity to explore China’s reforms at an early stage, discover what a new multi-layer capital market system will look like, and learn about the roadmap for the evolution of China’s capital market.

A sandwich lunch will be available from 12:15 in the Common Room.

About Dr Gong Shaolin Dr Gong is the Chairman of China Merchants Securities and a Director of the board of China Merchants Group, and previously Executive Vice President of China Merchants Bank, the sixth largest mainland bank in China. Dr Gong is also a visiting professor of the Graduate School of the People’s Bank of China.

This talk is part of the China's financial reform series.

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