China


“Different models will coexist”


“Different models will coexist”

January 2017

Tang Ning, founder and CEO of CreditEase, China’s first and largest P2P lending platform, in a wide ranging and fascinating interview talks about the birth of the online lending business, why it expanded into wealth management, the introduction of robo-advisors and how the regulatory framework and business model will evolve. If you do not see […]


“I think the biggest competitors are non-bank institutions”


“I think the biggest competitors are non-bank institutions”

April 2015

Li Zhenxi, chairman, Baoshang Bank, discusses strength in the small and micro business communities, competing internationally and solving the profitability problem for small banks. If you do not see the video already displayed below, please select the alternative sites from the tabs here: Watch Video Access Audio Here is the transcript of the video Ties […]


“China’s economic policy is increasingly being shaped by public opinion”


“China’s economic policy is increasingly being shaped by public opinion”

February 2011

(Part 1 of 2) Conversation with Rana Mitter, Professor of History and Politics of Modern China, University of Oxford
China’s historical relationship with international bodies – China’s view of sovereignty and a history of invasions


“China’s economic policy is increasingly being shaped by public opinion”


“China’s economic policy is increasingly being shaped by public opinion”

February 2011

Conversation with Rana Mitter, Professor of History and Politics of Modern China, University of Oxford
Public opinion and the information revolution in China – The Communist party’s future – Government structure and flexibility in decision making


“CBRC concerned over loopholes in the Basel II framework”


“CBRC concerned over loopholes in the Basel II framework”

May 2010

(Part 2 of 2) Conversation with Han Mingzhi, Director General, International Department at the CBRC on concerns over the Basel II framework –prospects of a cyclical crisis in China – the risks of over-expansion- on monitoring Chinese banks’ overseas business – bilateralism with other countries – the risk of the Chinese economy overheating due to over-expansion of banks


“CBRC concerned over loopholes in the Basel II framework”


“CBRC concerned over loopholes in the Basel II framework”

May 2010

Conversation with Han Mingzhi, Director General, International Department at the CBRC on concerns over the Basel II framework –banking regulatory reform- defining capital for banks- the reasons for banks to have adequate capital


“Changes in global financial regulations will bring us what kind of challenges and opportunities?”


“Changes in global financial regulations will bring us what kind of challenges and opportunities?”

April 2010

Conversation with Jiang Jianqing, Chairman of Industrial and Commercial Bank of China


“Fan Gang on policy makers and the quality of China’s economic data”


“Fan Gang on policy makers and the quality of China’s economic data”

September 2009

(part 2 of 4) Conversation with Fan Gang, director of the National Insitute of Economic Research – capital markets and private equity
- government control an dliberalisation – over-dependence on banks for finance – the relationship between the PBoC and other financial regulators