Date(s) - Tuesday, April 26 2016
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
China’s economy is plagued by stock market volatility, housing bubbles and rising surplus capacity in many industries. It’s also facing soaring local government debt, which has been financed by the rise of the “shadow” banking sector. A common thread running through all these problems is central government guarantees propelling the economy toward systemic risk. Professor Ning Zhu of the Shanghai Jiaotong University Institute for Advanced Finance will discuss China’s “Guaranteed Bubble” and reforms that can defuse this time bomb and put the country on a more sustainable growth path.
About the speaker
Ning Zhu is a deputy dean and professor of finance at the Shanghai Advanced Institute of Finance, a faculty fellow at the Yale University International Center for Finance, and a Special Term Professor of Finance at University of California, Davis and Guanghua School of Management at Beijing University. He is the author of the newly published book, China’s Guaranteed Bubble, and has written numerous scholarly articles in peer review academic journals about finance and economics and media column articles.
568 Julu Lu, near Shaanxi Nan Lu
Time: Tuesday 26 April, 7pm-9pm (doors open at 7pm, event starts at 7:30pm)
Price: 50RMB SFCC members; 150RMB non-members. Price includes two drinks and canapés
Bookings are closed for this event.