Global Public Funds Research Forum

Abu Dhabi Global Market Financial Services Regulatory Authority (ADGM FSRA) China Office hosted the Global Public Funds Research Forum in Beijing, China. With over 20 participants present, Global Public Funds Research Forum was held in partnership with China Investment Corporation (CIC) and jointly Intellectual supported by Federation of International Financial Centres and International Innovational Centres (IFC•IIC Federation).

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ZHAO Haiying, executive vice president of CIC made the opening speech and welcomed the experts and scholars from all fields.

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Professor HUANG Yiping, ZHANG Xuechun and MENG Chun started the formal process of the forum with insightful speeches about China’s Monetary Policy and Financial Market.

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The forum was divided into three topics: Global Political and Macro Dynamics, New Trends Driving the Investment Management of Institutional Investors and Outlook of China’s Financial Market and Investment Opportunities. Every topic hosted a panel discussion, alongside multiple engaging keynote addresses, and provided a platform for participants to discuss and share expertise.

Calvin Fu, Chief Representative of China Office , ADGM FSRA, gave a Thank You Speech at noon. After the forum, participants made a tour to Beijing Financial Asset Exchange (CFAE) and China Beijing Equity Exchange (CBEX).

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