Shanghai | June 28, 2018

The New Renminbi Reality

New Era, New Rules

Amid an increasingly complicated geopolitical situation, China’s leaders are signaling concern that growth in the world’s second-largest economy could slow due to trade and financial risks — and that they’re prepared to tweak policy to avoid a sharp deceleration. With boosting domestic demand easing the conditions for businesses high on the agenda, investors and businesses are interpreting the change in tone as a signal that the government may ease off tightening measures if warranted.

In this new era, Bloomberg will gather some of China’s market moving business leaders and money managers to tackle the most complex issues head-on, and help senior investors identify new Chinese opportunities.


June 28 - Thursday

8:00 am

Registration Opens & Breakfast

9:00 am

Welcome Remarks


9:05 am

Setting the Scene: The Renminbi in the New Era


9:15 am

The Future for Reform, Opening Up and Leading the World

Four decades after Deng Xiaoping began China’s historic rise with the start of reform and opening, Xi Jinping is pledging to not only continue it but to open up and transform China into a powerful hub of global business. What is China’s economic outlook in this new era?



9:35 am

Spotlight: Ping An OneConnect

We find out how OneConnect’s US$7.4 billion AI-powered risk management services are helping China to become a global leader in FinTech.


  • Hannah Qiu

    Executive VP & Chief Innovation Officer, Ping An OneConnect Financial Technology


9:55 am

Doing Business in China's New Era

Sweeping changes to China’s system for financial oversight has introduced a cohort of new regulators and restructured the agencies responsible for maintaining stable economic growth. It’s also installed a new financial stability committee to ensure coordination of policies across markets. We explore the outlook for business under this new regime.


  • Long Hsiang Loh

    Chief Executive Officer, Dianrong

  • Cliff Sheng

    Partner & Co-Head of Financial Services, Greater China, Oliver Wyman

  • Qing Wang

    Partner, President & Chief Economist, Chongyang Investment


10:20 am

Spotlight: Jinko Solar

We sit down with the Vice President of the world’s largest producer of solar panels and China’s biggest exporter, to find out why U.S. duties of as much as 30% on solar equipment are “better than expected,” and how plans to build an advanced solar manufacturing facility in the U.S. are progressing.



10:40 am

Networking Break

11:10 am

Risk Rising: Trump Tariffs & Trade Tensions

Promises Donald Trump made on the campaign trail to reject what he calls “unfair” trade have begun to become reality, and squarely in his sights is China. What are the scenarios that could pan out, and how will trade balance shifts affect global business?


11:20 am

Grey Rhinos and Black Swans: Managing FX Risk

From grey rhino threats such as China’s growing debt pile, to the potential for black swan events -- which were largely avoided last year -- there are plenty of reasons to be cautious in the latter half of 2018. We analyze the risks looming over businesses and markets and how best to prepare.



11:45 am

The Billion-Dollar eSports Bonanza

With Bank of America Merrill Lynch predicting that global eSports advertising (streaming, sponsorship), ticket sales, promotions, and merchandise sales could reach US$15 billion, we find out what the future holds for China’s global ambitions in esports.



12:10 pm

Spotlight: Hellobike

Fresh from a US$1.5 billion valuation to make it the latest bike-sharing unicorn, we sit down with Hellobike to find out what the future holds for the global mobility-as-a-service industry.



  • John Liu

    Executive Editor, Greater China, Bloomberg

12:30 pm

Closing Remarks


12:35 pm

Networking Lunch

2:00 pm

Close of Summit


Mei Han

Hellobike COO

Xiaoguang Huang

ANZ CEO China & Head of Greater China

Yi Huang

China Guangfa Bank Head of Trading

Long Hsiang Loh

Dianrong Chief Executive Officer

Hannah Qiu

Ping An OneConnect Financial Technology Executive VP & Chief Innovation Officer

Cliff Sheng

Oliver Wyman Partner & Co-Head of Financial Services, Greater China

Jing Qian

Jinko Solar Vice President

Qing Wang

Chongyang Investment Partner, President & Chief Economist

Patrick Wu

ANZ Head of Trading, Greater China

Heng Xia

XPeng Motors Founder & President

Raymond Yeung

ANZ Chief Economist, Greater China

Ning Zhang

Professional DOTA 2 Player, 2014 DOTA 2 International Champion, DOTA Livestreamer

Lingxiang Zhou

ImbaTV Co-Founder

Fielding Chen

Bloomberg Economics Asia Economist

Stephen Engle

Bloomberg Television Chief North Asia Correspondent

John Liu

Bloomberg Executive Editor, Greater China

Jun Luo


Shuli Ren

Bloomberg Opinion Columnist

Jessica Zhou

Bloomberg News China Fixed Income & Equity Leader

Charlie Zhu

Bloomberg Shanghai Bureau Chief

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