Israel and China: From Silk Road To Innovation Highway | Young China Watchers, Hong Kong

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by Project Pengyou on January 14th, 2016   1264 views

When and Where

  • 14/01/2016
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

  • Bar 6
    63 Wyndham Street Central, Hong Kong Island
    Hong Kong
    China
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Israel and China: From Silk Road To Innovation Highway | Young China Watchers, Hong Kong

Event Details

Please join us for the next session of Young China Watchers on Thursday, January 14, featuring Philippe Metoudi. Philippe is co-author of “Israel and China: From Silk Road To Innovation Highway” and the Chief Executive Officer of Duotem Capital Limited. He will discuss the booming economic relationship between Israel and China, and more specifically, why China is about to become the largest investor in Israel.

Israel and China: From Silk Road To Innovation Highway
with Philippe Metoudi, CEO of Duotem Capital Limited

Thursday January 14, 2016, 19:30
Bar 6, 6F Parekh House, 63 Wyndham Street
[19:00] Arrivals and drinks [19:30] Event begins

Please join us for the next session of Young China Watchers on Thursday, January 14, featuring Philippe Metoudi. Philippe is co-author of “Israel and China: From Silk Road To Innovation Highway” and the Chief Executive Officer of Duotem Capital Limited. He will discuss the booming economic relationship between Israel and China, and more specifically, why China is about to become the largest investor in Israel.


Philippe is an international banker with deep knowledge of China, and a career spanning from Geneva and New York to Hong Kong, where he has lived since 1989. He is a Managing Partner at AlfaSec Advisors, a management consulting and advisory firm, and founder of Duotem Capital Limited. Philippe received a “Lifetime Achievement Award” from Global Custodian in 2011 in recognition of his contributions to the securities industry. Prior to joining AlfaSec Philippe was a Member of the Executive Board of Clearstream Banking. During his tenure with Clearstream, Philippe collaborated with Asian central banks and regulators to improve the efficiency of regional clearing systems. Philippe holds a Masters degree in Finance from the University of Grenoble, France and is a graduate of the Executive Development Program at The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, USA.

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