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KPMG Presents: The China Series 2015 - Part 1: China's Fourth Plenum: Developments to Watch
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Gain insights on these issues at this exceptional event. Take the opportunity to learn from and interact with senior business executives, policy makers, experts and respected thought leaders through the keynote presentation followed by the highly interactive panel.

26/03/2015
When: 26/03/2015
12:00 PM - 2: 00 PM
Where: Club Lusitano
27/F, 16 Ice House Street
Central
Hong Kong
Contact: Stephanie Yim


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KPMG Presents:
The China Series 2015 - Part 1:

China's Fourth Plenum:
Developments to Watch

Date:

Thursday, March 26th, 2015

Time:

12:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Venue:


Club Lusitano
27/F, 16Ice House Street
Central, Hong Kong

Price:

Members $450 / Non-Members $550
(Business Lunch Provided)

Corporate Tables of 12 pax Available at $8,000. Please contact Ms. Jane Chin at jane_chin@cancham.org if you are interested.


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About the Event:

China's 4th Plenum (more properly called the Fourth Plenary Session of the 18th CPC Central Committee) was concluded on October 23, 2014. At the plenum’s closing, the CCP Central Committee issued a communiqué on “comprehensively advancing ruling the country according to the law”. While the details of implementation remain scarce, the document presents a general overview of reforms to China’s legal system with four takeaways from the Fourth Plenum communiqué, namely:
  1. Lessening local officials’ control over the legal system.
  2. Increase both the accountability and transparency of government.
  3. Emphasis on the importance of China’s constitution.
  4. Made it clear that the “rule of law” does not mean a decrease in Party authority.
Gain insights on these issues at this exceptional event. Take the opportunity to learn from and interact with senior business executives, policy makers, experts and respected thought leaders through the keynote presentation followed by the highly interactive panel.
This event is presented in partnership with CanChamHK'sChina Business Committee.
About the Speakers:
Dr. David Zweig
Chair Professor, Division of Social Science at The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Dr. Zweig (Ph.D., University of Michigan, 1983) is also Director of the Center on China's Transnational Relations at HKUST, Senior Fellow, Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada, Vancouver, BC, and Vice-President, Center on China’s Globalization, Beijing.

His research interests include China’s ‘resource diplomacy’, China’s human resources, Chinese politics and political economy, Sino-American relations, international political economy, East Asian international relations and Hong Kong-Mainland Relations. He has received research grants from the Research Grants Council of Hong Kong, the Hong Kong government Central Policy Unit, and Shui On Corporation, for topics such as “Resource Diplomacy under Hegemony,” “Hong Kong People on the Mainland: A Force for Integration?” and “Hong Kong’s Contribution to China’s Modernization,” respectively. In 2013-2014, he was awarded on the Prestigious Fellowship Award in Humanities and Social Science from the Research Grants Council of Hong Kong. Recent publications include Internationalizing China: Domestic Interests and Global Linkages. He is also the co-editor of a book forthcoming in July from Routledge entitled Sino-U.S. Energy Triangles: Resource Diplomacy under Hegemony.
Dr. Annie Wu, SBS, JP

Annie Wu’s entrepreneurial success story began in 1980 when she and her father, Dr James T Wu established the first joint venture (001) between Hong Kong and Mainland China through the cooperation between the Civil Aviation Administration of China and Hong Kong Beijing Air Catering Ltd. She is at present the Honorary Chairman of some 10 joint venture air catering companies which provide major market share of air catering in Mainland China.

Following the establishment of the World Trade Centers Association (WTCA) in 1968 with its headquarters in New York, Annie Wu was elected Board Member of the Association in 1980s and at the time, she was the first Asian woman board member. She organized for WTCA the first trade mission to China in the year 1980. As a result of her consistent efforts, many key cities in Mainland China joined the Association and linked to a network of over 300 WTCs in nearly 100 countries worldwide to promote prosperity through trade.

Annie Wu serves on various advisory bodies including a Standing Committee Member of the National Committee of Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference. She is actively involved in advancing the cause of women’s issues as well as education for youth both in Hong Kong and Mainland China. Her successful career and contribution to community services have won her various awards for excellence.


Prof. Qiao Liu
Professor of Finance, JiaMao Distinguished Professor at The Guanghua School of Management at Peking University


Professor Liu Qiao is Professor of Finance, Associate Dean (EMBA), and Director of New Finance Center at Guanghua School of Management, Peking University. He is a Ministry of Education “Cheung Kong Scholar” Professor and the winner of Outstanding Youth Award of the National Science Foundation (2013.) Professor Liu is also the founder of TrustWorks, a platform specializing in providing financial advisory and financing services for China’s local governments. Professor Liu received his Ph.D. from UCLA and was previously a professor at University of Hong Kong. Professor Liu also worked at McKinsey & Company’s Asia-Pacific Corporate Finance and Strategy Practice from December 2001 to July 2003.

Professor Liu published extensively on corporate finance and Chinese economy in top academic journals. He co-authored "Finance in Asia: Institution, Policy, and Regulation” (New York and London: Routledge, 2013). Professor Liu is also the author of the bestseller “Big to Brilliant: the Second Long March of Corporate China”(in Chinese, 2014). He is currently working on a book on how to build up an efficient local government debt market in China.
About the Moderator:
Barrett Bingley
Associate Director - Content Solutions, The Economist Group

Barrett Bingley, Director for CanCham HK’s Executive Committee, is an experienced international manager with background in consulting, government, entrepreneur and corporate strategy.

Currently as the Associate Director for Content Solutions at The Economist Group, Barrett Bingley delivers integrated content, advertising, events and research projects for the commercial banking, asset management, private banking, insurance, technology, telecoms, and internet, legal and consulting/advisory sectors. He specializes in Thought Leadership, Strategic Branding, Content Marketing, Business Development with a particular focus on the Asia-Pacific region.

In 2008, Barrett became the Senior Policy Advisor to Hon. David Emerson in the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade (DFAIT). He oversaw all major policies on file including the Afghanistan/Pakistan file, Africa, and International Governance and Organizations such as the G8. Barrett was also involved with crisis response, most notably when Russia invaded Georgia, the Pakistan Marriot bombing, and the response to the chaos in Somalia.


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