Organized by China Europe International Exchange (CEINEX), Chinese Securities Association of Hong Kong (HKSCA), Chinese Asset Management Association of Hong Kong (HKCAMA), the CEINEX Hong Kong Forum concluded successfully on December 8, 2016.
Mr. TAN Yueheng, Chairman of the HKSCA, Ms. DING Chen, Chairman of the HKCAMA, and Mr. ZHANG Bin, Chief Representative of Shanghai Stock Exchange Hong Kong Representative Office, delivered well received welcome speeches. The forum was moderated by Mr. SHI Xiaocheng, Advisor of the Representative Office of SSE in Hong Kong. About 50 representatives and chief directors of member organizations of the HKSCA along with other financial institutions, law offices and accounting offices attended our CEINEX Forum in Hong Kong.
In this forum, CEINEX Co-CEO Mr. CHEN Han introduced the development of CEINEX and its operation since its foundation in November 2015. The CEINEX product team seized the opportunity to introduce the preparation and development of further and upcoming CEINEX products such as D-Shares, Bonds, ETFs and ETF Derivatives. This introduction was followed by a panel discussion on “International business development and cooperation for Chinese financial institutions” where Mr. SUN Chen, CEO of Harvest Global Investments, Mr. Dennis Leung, Ernst and Young’s Transaction Advisory Service Partner, Mr. Steve Wang, Managing Director of Bank of China International’s Financial Products Division, Mr. CAI Chengmiao, Executive Director of CITIC Securities, and Mr. CHEN Han, CEINEX Co-CEO, shared their view about investment and financing into Europe, overseas M&As of Chinese corporations and finance services in the light of the development of Chinese financial institution’s international business.
At the end of the forum, a Memorandum of Understanding between CEINEX and HKCAMA was signed. Both parties from Frankfurt and Hong Kong signed the wish to further strengthen their business relationship, including the analysis and expansion of potential areas for collaboration subject to the laws and regulatory policies of China onshore, China Hong Kong, Germany, the European Union (EU) and potentially other EU Member States respectively. The two partners will deepen their collaboration by coordinating future training programs, possible product developments and overseas business expansions as well as by working together in business marketing and promotions to push forward the development of the Frankfurt based offshore RMB trading platform in order to enhance the communication between Chinese and European capital markets.