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 […]


“An Asian marketplace will develop by itself”


“An Asian marketplace will develop by itself”

May 2014

Tun Dr. Mahathir bin Mohamad, fourth prime minister of Malaysia, discusses regionalisation in Asia, inequality of free trade agreements, and China


“The future of China’s vertical democracy and tackling the urban-rural divide”


“The future of China’s vertical democracy and tackling the urban-rural divide”

August 2012

Conversation with John Naisbitt, author of Megatrends, on


“China will continue to grow despite current global economic slowdown”


“China will continue to grow despite current global economic slowdown”

November 2011

(Part 1 of 3) Conversation with Andy Xie, former Chief Asia Economist of Morgan Stanley — China is slowing down — some banks are facing liquidity issues and consolidation is inevitable — Southeast Asia could win back a manufacturing sector previously lost to China.


“China will continue to grow despite current global economic slowdown”


“China will continue to grow despite current global economic slowdown”

November 2011

(Part 2 of 3) Conversation with Andy Xie, former Chief Asia Economist of Morgan Stanley — China will export excess capital through foreign listings on its stock markets — Hong Kong will lose dominance as China’s offshore financial centre — multinationals are still bullish on China, despite market fluctuations.


“China will continue to grow despite current global economic slowdown”


“China will continue to grow despite current global economic slowdown”

November 2011

(Part 3 of 3) Conversation with Andy Xie, former Chief Asia Economist of Morgan Stanley — Inflation should not be an issue in China — what does high speed rail accident say about how business is done in China — drive to get rich quick, and corruption, are key concerns, but it still has a lot of potential.


“Chinatrust needs scalable, extendable business models”


“Chinatrust needs scalable, extendable business models”

July 2011

Conversation with Mike DeNoma, CEO, Chinatrust Commercial Bank, on