Find out more about China's role in the global financial and monetary order at this Chamber of Commerce seminar.
Chinese direct investment in Europe has been hitting record heights in recent years while other forms of financial relations with China, particularly in Luxembourg, have also increased significantly. At the same time, China’s domestic economy is under pressure and the direction of key economic policies remains a key debate. China is indeed in the middle of a transition to a new growth model that entails ambitious agendas for industrial upgrading and financial reform.
This conference will provide an up-to-date assessment of the shifting economic conditions that shape the “New Era of Chinese Capital”. Experts from the financial and legal sector will provide insights into existing projects, best practices and novel business opportunities.
Professor Sebastian Heilmann, President of Merics, will give the keynote speech. Finance minister Pierre Gramegna will also talk. Round table speakers include Laurent Schummer, partner, Arendt & Medernach, Xuexue Lang, head of corporate banking department and head of Investment Banking Center, ICBC Luxembourg Branch & ICBC Europe, and Mikko Huotari, head of program and Foreign Relations at Merics. It will be moderated by Sascha Bremer, market intelligence advisor, Luxembourg for Finance.