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Lujiazui Forum opens, sending messages of tightening financial inspection

Regulators and experts joined the city’s two-day flagship financial forum today in Shanghai, sending messages of tightening inspection over financial innovation and rules-breaking attempts amid global ....

The yuan is set to internationalize further, said City of London expert

Recent weakening of the Chinese currency will not deter its internationalization as London is ready to handle greater volume of cross-border yuan businesses, a City of London official said on sidelines ....

Shanghai Insurance Exchange launched to facilitate trade of insurance and its derivatives

Shanghai officially launched the long-awaited insurance exchange today at the two-day Lujiazui Forum, a step toward the city’s ambition to become an international insurance center. With an initial registered ....

China and UK set to link closer in capital markets

China and UK are looking to boost the connectivity between the two countries’ capital markets, including the launch of a stock connect and a program of mutual fund recognition, financial officials of ....

Tighter scrutiny call at finance forum

Tighter scrutiny of the financial sector amid the challenges of global economic growth and China's financial reform was one of the themes that emerged during the Lujiazui Forum in Shanghai yesterday. ....

Gaining without any pain seems 'illusionary'

No pain, no gain — that’s what a former Chinese central bank official emphasized yesterday at the Lujiazui Forum as she cautioned China’s policy-makers that it’s time to halt uncalled-for support for ....

Keep opening up, reforming and globalizing

Think-tank members and regulators extended debates over macro policy coordination and China’s financial opening-up at the two-day forum which ended in Shanghai yesterday. Economists posted weak outlook ....

Heavy plate of topics at Lujiazui Forum

The two-day Lujiazui Forum in Shanghai will gather financial regulators and experts from home and abroad to discuss the global economy and help chart a path for China to push forward financial reform ....

Better-linked capital markets pledged

CHINA and Britain want to boost the connectivity between their capital markets by aiming to launch a stock connect and a program of mutual fund recognition, their financial officials told the 2016 Lujiazui ....

Solvency system insures city’s status

SHANGHAI’S status as a global insurance center will rise following the Chinese insurance sector’s shift to a risk-based solvency system and deeper reforms in the bond market, AIA Group CEO and President ....

Shanghai launches insurance exchange to boost hub ambition

SHANGHAI officially launched the long-awaited insurance exchange yesterday at the Lujiazui Forum, as part of efforts to build the city into an international insurance center. With an initial registered ....

London seeks more offshore yuan volume

THE recent weakening of the yuan will not deter its internationalization as London is ready to handle a greater volume of cross-border yuan business, a City of London official said on the sidelines of the Lujiazui Forum. “Yuan internationaliza.......

ABOUT

Lujiazui Forum, a professional forum in the finance industry, was established in Shanghai in December 2007. Under the auspices of the Shanghai Municipal Government, forum is co-sponsored by the People’s Bank of China, China Banking Regulatory Commission, China Securities Regulatory Commission, and China Insurance Regulatory Commission. The first session of the Lujiazui Forum was held in June 2008, and the Forum has been held annually, with a specific theme each time. Lujiazui Forum has evolved into a high-level, global dialogue platform. Senior leaders of governments and regulators, global financial leaders and well-known experts and scholars from across the world convene at the forum to discuss major financial issues. As such, the forum has made an important contribution to the implementation of the national strategy of transforming Shanghai into an international financial center and to raising Shanghai’s profile as a significant voice in the global dialogue on finance industry issues.


Lujiazui Forum Secretariat:

Tel: +86 021 3251 2730

Fax:+86 021 3251 2705

E-mail: secretariat@lujiazuiforum.org

Website: http://www.lujiazuiforum.org/lujiazuiforum/