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***CLOSED*** KPMG Presents The China Series 2014 Part 5 : Financial Reform
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China is beginning to push ambitious economic and financial reforms and opening-up policies. Recent initiatives such as moves towards the RMB's internationalization and convertibility, launching of the FTZ in Shanghai, and linking the stock exchanges via the "Shanghai-Hong Kong Connect", has heightened expectations and sparked enthusiasm. Is this over-hyped, or are we witnessing the start of a real and sustained road to financial reforms?

21/10/2014
When: Tuesday, October 21st, 2014
12:00pm - 2:00pm
Where: The Hong Kong Bankers Club
42-44th Floor, Gloucester Tower, The Landmark, Central, Hong Kong
Hong Kong
Contact: Amanda Ho

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KPMG Presents:
The China Series 2014 Part 5

China Financial Reform

This event is produced in collaboration with
CanCham'sChina Business Committee
Date: Tuesday, October 21st, 2014

Time:12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Venue:The Hong Kong Bankers Club
43-44th Floor,
Gloucester Tower,
The Landmark,
Central,Hong Kong

Price:Members $550 / Non-Members $650

If you are interested in purchasing a CorporateTable, please contact Ms. Amanda Ho at
amanda_ho@cancham.orgor 2110-8738

(Business Lunch Included)

Dress Code:Business Attire Only, No Jeans Allowed
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About the Event:

China is beginning to push ambitious economic andfinancialreforms and opening-up policies. Recent initiatives such as moves towards the RMB's internationalization and convertibility, launching of the FTZ in Shanghai, and linking the stock exchanges via the "Shanghai-Hong Kong Connect", has heightened expectations and sparked enthusiasm.

  • Is this over-hyped, or are we witnessing the start of a real and sustained road tofinancialreforms?
  • What has been the progress of current attempts at reform so far?
  • Will efforts to restructure China's economy affect its need for stable economic growth?
  • Has the FTZ in Shanghai lived up to expectations ?
Attendees of this seminar can receive a letter of attendancefrom the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong.

About thePanelists:
Simon Gleave
Regional Head of Financial Services
KPMG ASPAC

Simon is the Asia Pacific Regional head of Financial Services and partner in charge of the Financial Services for China. He has been working in Beijing since 2001 and has been involved in the IPO projects of China Construction Bank and CITIC Bank, and most recently China Everbright Bank as well as the restructuring of banks across Europe and Asia.

He is currently the global lead partner for Industrial and Commercial bank of China audit and CITIC Group audit. Simon also acts as the lead partner for a number of Chinese clients listed on the Hong Kong stock market including DaChan foods as well as acting as the lead partner for Nestle China. He has worked in assisting a number of banks and other financial institutions in transforming their finance and business practices during the restructuring and reform prior to accessing capital markets. Simon was the engagement partner for the Hong Kong Monetary Authority Consultancy Study on the Hong Kong banking sector providing recommendations to improve market regulation, which included interest rate deregulation and deposit protection.
Jixin Dai
Chief Investment Officer/Co-founder of Xin Tian Fund Management Company Limited

JixinDai is the Chief Investment Officer/Co-founder of Xin Tian Fund Management Company Limited, an investment company established in Jan 2013 with focus on global macro strategy.Mr. Dai was a Portfolio Manager and Responsible Officer/Executive Board Director of SFM HK Management (HK subsidiary of Soros Fund Management) in 2010-2012.

Prior moving to HK, Jixin was Portfolio Manager of Soros Fund Management LLC in New York. Mr. Dai obtained his B.S. in Physics from Fudan University in Shanghai China in 1996 andreceived his M.S. and Ph.D. in Chemical Physics from New York University in 1998 and 2000. Mr. Dai also held MBA degree from EMBA program at Stern Business School at New York University in 2008.
Robert Grieves
Chairman of Hamilton Advisors Limited

Robert T. Grieves is the Founder and Chairman of Hamilton Advisors Limited, a strategic communications firm based in Hong Kong. Following a 12-year career in journalism for The Times (London) and The Economist (both in Beijing), and Time magazine and Forbes (both in New York), he has been a top-tier communications specialist since 1989. Robert has worked at the global public relations firm of Burson-Marsteller, as Head of Marketing and Communications Asia for Merrill Lynch, Head of Global Communications for The Bank of New York, Head of Global Media Relations and Financial Communications for ACE, and most recently as President, Hong Kong for Edelman.

Robert graduated from Hamilton College with a B.A. in English Literature and East Asian History and received his M.S. in Journalism from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and a certificate from Columbia’s East Asia Institute.
Moderator: Richard Dawson
Head of Debt Advisory Asia
Partner of KPMG

Richard has extensive transaction experience in structured and acquisition finance, the debt capital markets and capital advisory in Asia, Europe, Africa and the Middle East. His sector experience includes financial services, government, infrastructure, energy, natural resource and he is currently engaged supporting a wide range of companies with their funding strategies in the region and internationally.

Prior to joining KPMG Richard worked for 16 years at RBS/ABN AMRO, most recently as Head of Corporate & Structured Debt Capital Markets in Asia Pacific following 3 years as ABN’s Global Head of Syndicated Loans. He holds an Bachelor of Science (Hons) degree from the University of St Andrews and a Masters from the Institute of Maritime Studies, Plymouth.

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