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DAY ONE 06/19/2013
9:30-12:15
Section One:Development & Changes in China Asset Management Market

13:30-17:30
Section Two: Sustainable Development and Cooperation

DAY TWO 06/20/2013
9:00-12:30
Section three: Diversification of Asset Allocation Driven by Innovation


13:30-17:30
Section four: Investment Strategies & Risk Management

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Global Asset Management & Investment
China Summit 2013
19th—20th, June, 2013 Shanghai, China

The Chinese Government, while easing regulations, lowering entry barriers, expanding the investment scope and stepping up measures to internationalize the RMB, is creating more opportunities for foreign asset managers who are eager to invest in this fast-growing market and desire to gain first-mover advantage. Under such rapid changes of market development programs, foreign participants have been allowed to have ever-greater scope and flexibility in their operations in China. QFII, RQFII and QDII – China’s formal programs for cross-border investment – have all been expanded dramatically over the past year.

Furthermore, new programs to encourage pension fund allocation, insurance investment and cooperation between financial institutions have all been boosted, providing foreign
asset management companies with new and potentially material institutional business prospects. Finally, overseas financial institutions can now complement their representative offices with wholly Owned Foreign enterprises (WOFEs), 100%-owned businesses offering enormous operational flexibility and the chance to take a direct role in China’s ongoing internationalization of capital flows.

On the other hand, this new environment has also forced a hard truth on all foreign asset mangers. China efforts can no longer be managed by remote control. This market has been too complicated to be clearly addressed by flying in C-suite officials, business leaders and industry experts. To take full advantage of the rewards China offers, constant, detailed and on-the-ground research and networking are extremely necessary.

Against this backdrop, Annual Global Asset Management & Investment China 2013 will invite senior executives and experts all over the world including banks, securities, funds, insurances, trusts, futures, PEs, VCs, and other asset management related companies to jointly discuss the most pressing industry issues and strategies for future sustainable development and exploit more high-yield investment opportunities.

What Can Be Gained From GAM 2013?
Market Development:
■ Where does the driving force of rapid China asset management development come from?
■ What opportunities can global asset managers gain from opening China capital market?
■ What is the direction of innovative development for future asset management?
■ Which emerging markets will global financial capital flow into?

Marketing Strategies & Fund Distribution Development:
■ What are the most effective sales and marketing activities when distributing to institutional clients?
■ Which retail and institutional channels are the most profitable?
■ What are key elements in developing a successful relationship with distributors?
■ How to tackle hidden credit troubles in fund payment and settlement?

Sustainable Development Strategies:
■ With regulatory restrictions in China market and different investors’ concept, how do foreign banks overcome obstacles to adjust to the local market in the future?
■ What will be the key to asset management companies’ success in the future?
■ How to jointly internationalize asset management business through sino-foreign cooperaton?
■ How to break through the red ocean of homogeneous competition in hard times of the industry?

Investment Tactics & Risk Management:
■ How long will bullish bond market last?
■ How to assess and manage the investment risk behind hot Monetary Market Fund Innovation?
■ How should Stock Index Option be applied as a risk management tools and an investment vehicle?
■ Where is the safe haven in bearish stock markets?

Speakers
Wu Jie
General Manager of Product Center
JOYIN Tech


Raymond Lui Man Chung
Head of Product and Business Development
Hang Seng Bank


Krisztina Anspach
Head of Structured Solutions Sales, Asia ex Japan
BNP Paribas


Christina Kautzky
VP & Head Strategist
BlackRock Alternative Investors


Antonia Lim
Global Head of Quantitative Investment
Barclays Wealth


Peter Brooks
Head of Behavioral Finance, Asia-Pacific
Barclays Wealth


Fred HONG
Senior Investment Advisor of Private Banking
China Minsheng Banking Corp.


CHANG Hong
Vice Chairperson
Haitong Innovation Securities Investment Co., Ltd.


Jason Cheng
ex-Executive Vice President
Grand Cathay Securities (Taiwan)


Fabian DePrey
Director, Global Investment Solutions
RBC Capital Market


Travis Spence
Managing Director, Asia
JP Morgan Chase Asset Management


Andrew Fisher
CEO
TOWRY


Martin Scheck
首席执行官
International Capital Market Association (ICMA)


Kingston Lai
Founder & CEO
Asia Bankers Club


Roman Shaw
Managing Partner
DT Capital


Jason Tuan
Senior Vice President
Research Affiliates, LLC


LUO Jinhui
Deputy Head of Asset Management
Industrial and Commercial Bank of China


Nick Yim
Head of Private Wealth Management, China
Goldman Sachs


WANG Yi
Gerneral Manager of Asset Management
Gao Hua Securities


LU Zhiming
General Manager of Quantitative Investment
GF FUND


YAN Zongcheng
Secretary-general
China Association of Estate Fund


Jammy Chan
Head of Investment,China
THE WORLD GOLD COUNCIL


Bruno Lee
Regional Head of Retail for Asia Pacific ex Japan
Fidelity Worldwide Investment


Andrew YAN
Executive Vice President & Chief Investment Officer
SINO LIFE ASSET MANAGEMENT


Steven A. Michael
Founder,Principal & Chief Investment Officer
STONEHENGE ASSET MANAGEMENT


David Han
Managing Director with Asia Buyout Fund
Carlyle Group


FEI Fangyu
Deputy Dean
China Academy of Financial Research


Gary Sum
Chairman
Swiss Capital


Cecilia Chan
CIO of Fixed Income, Asia-Pacific
HSBC Global Asset Management (Hong Kong) Limited


LI Anding
Secretary General
Shanghai Society for Finance


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