J.P. Morgan is proud to announce its invitation-only Global China Summit, “New Economy, New Markets”, to be held in Beijing from June 1-3, 2015. This will be our eleventh consecutive year to welcome the world’s investment community to China.
China is transitioning from a heavy reliance on exports and infrastructure towards a developed economy growth model driven by domestic consumption and innovation. This will require changes in the role of the state-owned sector and how private enterprises and foreign companies are allowed to compete. As such, investors are increasingly drawn to new economy sectors that stand to benefit from trends such an expanding middle class, the rise of an information society and an emphasis on environmental protection. With China’s policymakers spelling out a need for market forces to play a more decisive role in the economy, there are also indications that China may expedite the opening of its capital account and develop its capital markets through a range of pilot programs.
These trends will be examined and analyzed at our Global China Summit 2015 through engaging discussions and exclusive dialogue with business leaders, government officials, renowned academics and industry specialists. Our tenth summit in 2014 attracted 2,000 delegates from 40 countries, including investors representing firms with US$10 trillion in assets under management and executives from 200 listed companies.
Past speakers have included international political leaders such as former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair, former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, US Ambassador Max Baucus; Chinese government officials including Minister of Finance Lou Jiwei, PBOC Governor Zhou Xiaochuan; Leading Chinese executives including COFCO Chairman Ning Gaoning, CITIC Group Chairman Chang Zhenming, AVIC Chairman Lin Zuoming, and a diverse range of global CEOs including General Electric’s Jeffrey Immelt, Honeywell’s David Cote and Dow Chemical’s Andrew Liveris.
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