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Agenda

• What are the latest developments on China market access since the launch of Bond Connect?

• How has market sentiment towards China evolved with broadening access?

• Fifteen years after QFII launch, why did the Stock Connect and Bond Connect manage to trigger such enthusiasm among global investors?

• How are investors moving from understanding China access to their first allocations? What have been the challenges? How significant is the knowledge gap still?

• How will HKEX continue to build on the Mutual Market Access strategy?

• MSCI opened the way with A-shares inclusion, but what will the prospects for further index inclusions mean for RMB assets’ appeal? What access issues remain unaddressed?

• What further reforms are needed to encourage foreign investors to increase allocations to the mainland market? What asset classes remain on the wish list?


Moderator



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Paolo Danese, editor of GlobalRMB

Paolo Danese is the editor at online publication GlobalRMB, part of the capital markets division of Euromoney Institutional Investor, covering market and regulatory developments linked to the internationalisation of the renminbi. He joined GlobalRMB in June 2014 from Asiamoney magazine, where he worked as senior reporter covering macro and treasury news.



Speakers

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James O’Sullivan,Head of Securities Services, HK, Standard Chartered

James joined Standard Chartered Bank in early 2017 as Head of Securities Services Hong Kong and Head of Clearing and Custody Product for Greater China and North Asia.



James is responsible for driving the Securities Services business in Hong Kong and the development of clearing and custody products in the Greater China and North Asia region.  Prior to joining Standard Chartered, James spent 8 years at BNP Paribas Securities Services in a number of roles across Sales, Relationship Management and Product Management in London and Hong Kong and 6 years at Bank of New York.





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Tae Yoo, Managing Director, Global Client Development, Market Development Division, Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Ltd. (HKEX)


Tae Seok Clement Yoo serves as Managing Director in Global Client Development at HKEX. His department is responsible for Client Relationship Management, including key relationships between HKEX and their intermediaries, global buyside, and custodians and trusts bank.



Since joining HKEX in 2011, he was co-head of platform development & strategy and head of product and index development. Yoo has over 20 years of financial industry experience with 14 years at CME Group in business development, sales and risk management in Chicago and Asia. Prior to CME, he worked at Sumitomo Mitsui Bank (Sakura Dellsher, Inc.) and at Goldman Sachs & Co. in Chicago.



Yoo holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Notre Dame, MBA from the Stuart School of Business at the Illinois Institute of Technology, and GSAL program at the University of Chicago, Graduate School of Business. He has been named an inventor on nine U.S. patents on derivatives risk management applications.







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