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 and opening up.
Financial regulators from the Chinese mainland, Hong Kong and London, executives from stock exchanges, financial institutions and universities will be among the 400 guests to discuss topics ranging from reform of supply side and insurance industry to Internet finance at the forum whose theme is “Challenge for Global Economic Growth and Financial Reform,” organizers said yesterday at a press conference.
“With the joint effort of participants, the forum will hopefully inspire ideas to further promote global economic recovery, deepen financial reform in China and accelerate the construction of Shanghai as an international financial center,” said Xie Dong, deputy director of Shanghai Financial Service Office.
The two-day Lujiazui Forum will open on June 12.