Welcome to China Financial Derivatives Summit 2007 The world is getting smaller, while the opportunities in China's capital market grow bigger than ever. At this stage, CDMC presents the China Innovative Finance series to discuss the global and local issues facing finance decision-makers today.
On 26-28 September 2007, we'll bring together the leading lights of the finance industry for the China Financial Derivatives Summit in Beijing as the first series.
The CFD 2007 is a forum for movers and shakers and decision makers. If connecting with this crowd matters to you, you might consider joining them. CFD Summit do not aim to gather the greatest number of participants, only the best.
Relationships are built here and deals are done. If finding new business partners or connecting with peers on topics of mutual interest is useful to you, we would be delighted to welcome you.
See you in Beijing in September.
CFD Summit Organizing Committee
CFD Summit 2007 is:
overseas investors concerning China's derivatives
of useful innovative tools and experience
for investing in China's capital market
of China's financial innovation in the next 5 years
to meet the financial giants in China's finance arena
of China's financial regulation tendency
Macro-control: whether derivatives will bring more economic bubbles or not?
Starting from stock index futures: the landscape of financial innovation in China
How do the investors grasp the market opportunities brought by the launch of SIF under the expectation of RMB appreciation?
The hedge strategy of institutional investors in China's derivatives market
Derivatives dominate: how does it change the investment and wealth management manners and profit mode?
Will derivatives change the trend of China's stock market?
Post-SIF era: the development strategy of close-ended funds and ETF in China
Evaluating the impacts of SIF on warrant market in China
QDII structured products: is it a right option for financial institutions?
Amount limit approval, supervision and futures market entry of QFII
Stand-in of PE: the structured product design of special account wealth management
What the next underlying assets of derivatives in China—state bond, interest, credit or foreign exchange?