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Thomson Reuters - RMB Luncheon Melbourne


THOMSON REUTERS RMB THOUGHT LEADERSHIP LUNCHEON SERIES

Announcing our line up of speakers to feature at the luncheon

Introduction:
James Land, Head of Market Development - Pacific, Thomson Reuters

Keynote - latest developments in Chinese Account Liberalisation
Kathy Walsh, Research School of Finance, Actuarial Studies & Applied Statistics, Australian National University

Keynote - latest global investor/sovereign views on China, SDR and capital account liberalisation 
Mark Burgess, Former Managing Director, Future Fund

Panel Discussion featuring:
Daniel Everett, Global Head of RMB, Strategy & Execution, International & Institutional Banking, ANZ
Stephen Anthony,
Chief Economist, Industry Super Australia
Ken Waller, Chair of the Financial Services Advisory Board  The Australian APEC Study Centre
Moderated by
Naomi Fink, CEO, Europacifica Consulting

The panel will discuss
- Australian institutional investment (particularly super) and positioning for China's capital deregulation
- China interbank bond market: recent developments, outlook and Australian participation
- QDII2 in the Shanghai free trade zone, high net worth investments abroad, including Australia
- Mutual Fund Recognition and prospects for fund passporting (most prominently ARFP) impact on Australia.

Register now to secure your place.

Conference Partner:

Date:
Wednesday 18th November 2015

Location:
Langham Melbourne
Alto - Level 25
1 Southgate Avenue, Southbank
Melbourne VIC

Agenda:
12:00pm: Registration
12:15pm: Lunch served

Deadline to RSVP: 

12th November 2015 

 

Questions?
E-mail us

As a preview, read our piece following the Sydney luncheon "The RMB in the SDR and why Australia should care"

 



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