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SIRFP\'s Study trip to Beijing
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SIRFP 's Study trip to Beijing       
Thursday, 15 September 2005 

The committee members of SIRFP, led by the president - Professor Shinlong J Kong - paid visits to a number of famous academia and financial institutions in Beijing, and exchanged ideas about financial infrastructures and academics between Beijing and Hong Kong. We visited the School of Finance of Renmin University of China, The Institute of Continuing Education of The Central University of Finance and Economics and the Training Department of The Tsinghua University. A preliminary consensus to collaborate with the universities has been achieved. As a result of SIRFP's professional qualification playing a leading role among the financial practitioners, the universities were eager to collaborate with us in several areas: academic research, professional qualification and exchange program.

In addition, we visited the Ministry of Finance supervised Corporate Finance (新理財) Magazine of the China Financial and Economic Publishing House, The Chinese Certified Tax Agents Association, The Tax Agents Magazine (中國稅務雜誌), and China Enterprise Evaluation Association. In order to encourage the exchange of information between the two places, we would work together with them to roll out professional forums, seminars. We believed this would increase the understanding of financial practitioners between China and Hong Kong in relation to the financial structure of the two places and that of the international regimes.

We have had several discussions with insurance practitioners and bankers, including Mr. Zhao Li Jun, General Manager of the Finance Department of the China Life Insurance, Mr. Gong Xing Feng , General Manager of the Actuarial Department of New China Life Insurance and Dr Xiao Wei, Deputy General Manager of Bank of China (Beijing Branch). During the meetings, we exchanged precious information and ideas about insurance and financial planning.