China (Shenyang) international finance summit 2015

Date: 6 - 7 May 2015
Location: Shenyang, China

The 2nd Annual Euromoney China (Shenyang) International Finance Summit will return to Shenyang on 6 May.

Known as the ‘Gateway to Northeast China’, Shenyang has witnessed remarkable growth and has attracted significant foreign direct investments over the last decade. Some of its major sources of investments have come from Hong Kong, Korea, Japan, US, Taiwan, Singapore and Germany. With the development of a Far East Free Trade Zone in Shenyang, the region is well positioned to further benefit from China’s increasing economic ties with Russia and Mongolia.

Co-hosted with the Province of Liaoning and the Municipal Government of Shenyang, this event will provide attendees high-level networking opportunities together with insight into the region’s economic roadmap and the prospects of its key industries.

Join over 400 international and local business executives, industrialists, investors, bankers, economists and policymakers to make new connections in this region and to discover the opportunities and incentives for doing business in Shenyang.

Attendance to the summit is free and by-invitation-only. As an attendee, you will be further invited to one-on-one meetings and site visits, including a tour of the state-of-the-art BMW Brilliance auto assembly plant.

Topics and themes:

  • Gateway to Northeast China: Economic and Investment Opportunities
  • Financing Chinese Enterprise Growth
  • Shenyang Far East Free Trade Zone
  • The Urban Development of Shenyang
  • Private Banking and Wealth Management in Northeast China
  • The Development of the Digital Economy in China

Speakers include:

  • LI Xi, Governor, Liaoning Provincial People's Government
  • PAN Liguo, Mayor, Shenyang Municipal People's Government
  • Guy Verhofstadt, Former Prime Minister of Belgium
  • Martin Lee-Warner, Senior Adviser, Raiffeisen Bank International
  • Florian Schmied, Chairman, European Union Chamber of Commerce in China, Shenyang Chapter
  • Ben Way, CEO, Macquarie Group Asia
  • Kevin Yang, CEO, North China, Standard Chartered Bank
  • William Knight, Chairman, China Chaintek United, MCS Apparel (HK), JP Morgan Chinese Investment Trust and Senior Independent Director, Fidelity Asian Values Trust
  • Karen Chen, President, President, UBS (China)
  • HUANG Fan, Head of Private Wealth Management, Deutsche Bank (China)
  • Timothy Lo, Managing Director, CIC Banque Privée
  • Angel Wu, Regional Head of Products & Solutions Asia & Middle East, ABN Amro Bank
  • Gina Rivera, China - Business Development Manager, Koehler Group
  • Edward Tse, CEO, Gao Feng Advisory Company
  • Patrick Steinemann, Co-Head Asia Industrials, Bank of America Merrill Lynch
  • Jolene Wu, Senior Managing Director, EFG Bank
  • Kirk Wilson, Director, ICT, China Britain Business Council (CBBC)
  • HONG Shaolei, Investment Director, Shenyang Venture Capital
  • TANG Bin, CEO, YeePay
  • Darwin Tu, CEO, Sino Credit Corp (
  • Masamichi Obara, Deputy President, Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ (China)

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To RSVP or for further information about this event, please contact Christy Wong on +852 2842 6967 or email

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