October 24 - Tuesday
The New Renminbi Reality
Head of Trading & Product, ANZ
Economic and Currency Policy After the Party Congress
With Xi Jinping widely expected to emerge from the 19th Party Congress with a tighter grasp over power, we'll discuss the implications for the Chinese economy and the Yuan. Could authorities double down on deleveraging, tighten restrictions on property, or accelerate the opening of domestic capital markets?
Great For Each-other – Donald Trump & the Chinese Economy
Trump won the White House with promises to get tough on China, but aside from some aggressive tweets, he hasn't delivered. However, with mounting challenges to his domestic agenda, the temptation for Trump to lash out at China is sure to grow. We'll discuss the outlook for ties between the world's biggest economies and the implications for markets.
A Global Renminbi: Stalled or Just Getting Started?
A year in the IMF's SDR basket hasn’t achieved much for the Renminbi's global ambitions. Will more stable economic conditions in China allow the PBOC to revive internationalization, or will concerns about capital controls and deleveraging force authorities to keep liberalization plans on ice?
Newsmaker Spotlight: The Global Future of Ant Financial
CEO, Ant Financial Services Group
Yuan Going Home? The Future of Offshore RMB Hubs
The opening of trading links for stocks and bonds, and the inclusion of Chinese securities in global indices has spurred interest in investing directly in onshore markets. Policy changes are also allowing more foreign entities to raise Renminbi funds directly in China. Should Singapore, London and Hong Kong be worried? We identify the role of offshore Yuan centers as domestic Chinese markets open up to global investors.
FX Risk in the Era of Black Swans
Compared with a year featuring Brexit and Donald Trump's election, 2017 has been relatively sedate – so far. Have markets become too complacent to the risk of black swans lurking? We'll discuss where the next unknown may emerge, how best to prepare, and debate the future of FX policy and rates.
Close of Summit
Chow Yang AngSchroders Lead Specialist, Asian Currencies & Portfolio Manager
Chang MingLangrun Asset Management Co. Head of Macro Trading
Dr. Jeffrey ChiVickers Venture Partners Vice Chairman
Julian Evans-PritchardCapital Economics China Economist
Eric JingAnt Financial Services Group CEO
Kok Ching LamSGX Vice President, Head of Rates & FX
Adam LevinsonGraticule Asset Management Asia Founder, Managing Partner & CIO
Kishore MahbubaniNational University of Singapore Dean, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy
Kheng Siang NgState Street Asia Pacific Head of Fixed Income
Neeraj SethBlackRock Managing Director & Head of Asian Credit
Anshul SidherANZ Head of Trading & Product
Dr. Luke SpajicPIMCO EVP & Head of Asia EM Portfolio Management
Richard TangICBC Credit Suisse Asset Management (International) CEO
Jeff WardNEX Group Global Head of NDFs and Forwards & Head of FX Asia
Patrick WuANZ Head of Trading, Greater China
Raymond YeungANZ Chief Economist, Greater China
ANZ is an international bank with more than 180-years banking heritage. It operates in 34 markets worldwide, including 15 markets in Asia, with offices in Australia, New Zealand, throughout Asia and the Pacific, and in the Middle East, Europe and America.
From its earliest days of financing commerce and facilitating trade, ANZ’s focus has always been on unlocking opportunity for individuals, families, businesses and communities. Headquartered in Melbourne, it is one of the 25 largest banks in the world by market capitalization, with strong customer franchises in Retail and Commercial banking in Australia and New Zealand and a leading position in Institutional Banking.
Since opening its first representative office in China in 1986, ANZ has grown into a locally incorporated bank with seven branches and four sub-branches, including in the China (Shanghai) Pilot Free Trade Zone. During the past three decades, it has continued to expand, and ANZ today remains one of Australia’s largest investors in China.
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