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Fitch on China Forum

November 30 2017 - Hong Kong
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The recently concluded China Communist Party Congress unveiled President Xi Jinping’s vision for a socially and economically stable China. Quality and sustainability have become the priority for a country, which saw fast-paced economic development in the last three decades. As China transitions to a balanced and consumer-driven growth, how will this impact the global financing and investment landscape?

Organized in association with Fitch Ratings, the forum will highlight discussions around the CCP Party Congress and China’s new economic policy, as well as the opportunities a shift in policy brings to the global capital markets.

 
Venue
Four Seasons Hotel, Hong Kong
8 Finance Street, Central
Hong Kong
Date: November 30 2017

Agenda

08.00
Registration and coffee
09.00
Asset Events Speaker
Welcome remarks
Daniel Yu
Daniel Yu
Editor-in-Chief
The Asset
09.10
Asset Events Speaker
Opening remarks
Henry Hung
Henry Hung
head of greater China business & relationship management
Fitch Ratings
09.20
Asset Events Panel
Panel one: Conflicting priorities – Can China maintain reasonable growth momentum while making real progress on deleveraging?
  • Fitch's expectations for the direction of China's economic policy
  • CCP transition and policy implications
  • Impact of the external environment, global economic growth & monetary policy, Brexit & separatist developments, potential changes in trade policies
  • Dilemma in balancing growth priorities and banking sector risks
  • Triggers for systemic stress and vulnerabilities within the banking system
  • Size of China's problem credit and tools available to manage its debt load
  • Main risks to China's rating and outlook
Steve Wang
Steve Wang
deputy head of research
Bank of China International
Chris Leung
Chris Leung
chief China economist
DBS
Zhiwei Zhang
Zhiwei Zhang
chief economist & head of equity strategy, China,
Deutsche Bank
Andrew Fennell
Andrew Fennell
director, sovereigns
Fitch Ratings
Grace Wu
Grace Wu
head of China bank ratings
Fitch Ratings
Daniel Yu
Daniel Yu
Editor-in-Chief
The Asset
10.00
Networking and coffee
10.30
Asset Events Panel
Panel two: New Opportunities – How is China re-defining international capital markets?
  • China sovereign bond issued a few weeks ago seem to provide a yield curve, how would this impact future issuance, especially Chinese state-owned entities?
  • Given rising global interest rate, is refinancing a risk in 2018 for Chinese issuers with cross border debts?
  • Chinese corporates outbound M&As
  • Onshore vs offshore issuances
  • Bond Connect/One Belt One Road – challenges & opportunities
  • Panda vs dim sum bonds
  • Structural reform vs stability
  • New trends: Green bonds, China auto ABS/Chinese RMBS, China local government financing vehicle (LGFV) issuance, China asset management companies
Chris Leung
Jim Veneau
head of fixed income, Asia
AXA Investment Managers
Ying Wang
Ying Wang
head of Asia-Pacific energy & utilities and head of China research initiative
Fitch Ratings
Terry Gao
Terry Gao
senior director, international public finance
Fitch Ratings
Daniel Yu
Daniel Yu
Editor-in-Chief
The Asset
11.10
Networking and coffee

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