China’s debt problem: bond swaps, the bond market, and Xi Jinping | Young China Watchers New York

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by Shirley Kuang on July 29th, 2015   497 views

When and Where

  • 29/07/2015
    6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

  • China Blue
    135 Watts Street
    New York City
    United States
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China's debt problem: bond swaps, the bond market, and Xi Jinping | Young China Watchers New York

Event Details

Young China Watchers New York is delighted to invite you to a talk by Andrew Collier, the managing director of Orient Capital Research and former president of Bank of China International USA. We will discuss China’s debt problem and how the Xi administration is handling the issue. Bond swaps and China’s bond market are set to play a key role. The discussion will touch upon the recent turmoil in China’s financial markets.

Mr Collier will speak for around 20 minutes, followed by a Q&A session. Drinks and networking will precede the speaker.

Andrew Collier is the former President of the Bank of China International USA, where he helped to launch BOCI’s US office. He is an expert in China’s macroeconomy and shadow banking. Earlier in his career, he was an equity analyst with Bear Stearns and CLSA in Hong Kong, and a journalist covering business for the South China Morning Post in Beijing. He has a Master’s Degree in International Relations and Chinese Studies from Yale University and studied Chinese at Peking University. He is also a Senior Fellow at the Mansfield Foundation in Washington. Mr Collier is currently based in Hong Kong.

[While there is no charge for attendance, we strongly encourage people to join us after the event to eat and drink, as a favor to our kind hosts at China Blue. China Blue serves Shanghainese cuisine in an airy art deco setting.]

To RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.hk/e/ycw-new-york-chinas-debt-problem-with-andrew-collier-wed-jul-29-tickets-17841785260

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