China’s Capital Markets: Opening the Fund Industry to Foreign Participants

September 5, 2002
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12 – 2 pm

Cooperating Organization
Japan Society

It is an exciting time in China’s capital markets, with the government’s considering allowing the issuance of China Depository Receipts, listing of foreign-wholly owned ventures on the domestic A-share market and finalizing laws to allow foreigners to participate in the fund industry. With an ailing pension system and the need for Chinese people to find alternative sources of investment, securities brokerage and asset management is an area of keen interest for America’s financial industry. 

Richard W. Watt, Managing Director, International Equities, Credit Suisse Asset Management
Nicholas Howson, Partner, Paul Weiss Rifkind Wharton & Garrison
Jing Ulrich, Managing Director, CLSA Emerging Markets

Held at CLSA Emerging Markets
1301 Avenue of the Americas (bet. 52nd & 53rd Streets), 37th Floor
New York, NY

Tickets: Corporate Members free; Individual Members and Japan Society Members $35; Non-Members $45.

Reservations Required. No Shows Will Be Billed. Buffet Lunch Included.

To register, please contact China Institute, Attn: Allison Harris, Tel: 212-744-8181, ext. 129

  • Thursday, September 5, 2002
  • 12:00 pm