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2012 Symposium on Building the Financial System of the 21st Century Is to Be Held in Beijing

 Symposium on Building the Financial System of the 21st Century is scheduled to be held in Beijing from September 14 to 16, 2012.

The Symposium is jointly organized by China Development Research Foundation (CDRF) and Harvard Law School since 2004, which takes place annually in China and the US on an alternate basis. In a number of host cities including Beijing, New York, Tianjin, San Francisco, Shanghai, Boston and Nanjing, well-known figures in the financial sector have gathered together and discussed about the latest trends and hot issues of the financial industry. Their insightful opinions and suggestions have gained wide recognition and generated positive policy impacts, making the Symposium an important platform for Sino-US communications and collaborations, particularly among the top executives and regulators in the financial system.

Following the tradition, the Ninth Symposium on Building the Financial System of the 21st Century has returned to Beijing this year, and over a hundred leading experts, regulators and the elites of financial industry will participate to have an in-depth discussion on the dynamics of the global financial market. An all-around engagement format comprised of plenary sessions and panel discussions will be employed in the Symposium so as to stimulate frank dialogues and facilitate the exchange of viewpoints. Given the intellectual acumen and practical experience of the attendees, it is believed that the Symposium will generate exclusive implications for the ongoing reforms and innovations of the financial system, and finally realize the ultimate goal of promoting Sino-US financial collaboration.

Under the general theme of “Building the Financial System of the 21st Century”, this year’s Symposium will focus on three topics as follows:

1. Capital Market Development in China and its Impact on US

2. Financial Regulation and Financial Innovation

3. The Role of Insurance Companies, Pension Funds, Mutual Funds in the Development of Savings, Retirement, and Long Term Capital Markets

By convention, the Symposium is by invitation-only, and in each country 50-60 delegates will be invited by the local organizer. To facilitate sufficient communications and in-depth discussions, delegates from different countries and sectors will be randomly reshuffled and divided into groups in a mixed way. 

1. US delegates, including senior officials from the state financial authorities and regulatory divisions, senior executives from leading financial enterprises and financial service sector, and well-known experts and scholars, are supposed to be invited by Harvard Law School.

2. Chinese delegates, including central and local representatives from the financial authorities and regulatory divisions, senior executives from leading Chinese financial enterprises, economists and financial experts from Chinese institutions and universities, are supposed to be invited by CDRF.

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