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2007 International Capital Financial Congress on 15 - 18 June
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Over 200 international financial experts gathered in Beijing on June 16, 2007 to attend the 2007 International Capital Financial Congress (Beijing-China). The Congress was jointly organized by The Society of International Registered Financial Practitioner (SIRFP), International Academy of Professional Investment Management, Central University of Finance & Economics and Institute of Certified Financial Planners.

Following the success of the previous year, the theme of the Congress was on gobalization of wealth management for individuals and enterprises. Participants included global fund managers, institutional investors, representatives from the stock exchanges of Toronto, Hong Kong, Singapore and London, as well as government officials in China.

The Congress commenced with a ribbon cutting ceremony followed by opening addresses, as Dr Michael J Smith, President of the SIRFP, noted in his speech” The Congress is a platform for financial professionals to exchange new ideas for future development of the capital market both in China and other regions”.

A total of seven seminars were delivered during the Congress covering a broad range of topics with insightful opinions.

FP Report for 2007

Prof Ba SS, Development Research Center of State Council

Opportunity of REITs in Islamic Finance Market

Mr Justin K H Chiu, Executive Director of Cheung Kong (Holdings) Ltd., Chairman of ARA Asset Management Ltd., Chairman of Al Islami Far Eastern Real Estate Fund

Facing New Challenges in Retail Banking Business for Chinese Commercial Banks

Dr Deng ZY, China Banking Regulatory Commission

Centa City Index – The 1st City Index

Dr Chan Yan Chong, City University of Hong Kong

Wealth Management for Moderate Prosperity Gives the Prosperous Future of Insurance Industries

Mr Zhou DX, China Insurance Regulatory Commission

Development Trend of the Chinese Commercial Banks

Mr Jin XL, Shenzhen Development Bank

The Changing Trend of Financial Business in Asia

Ms Mimi Tang, ING Platform Services

The Compliance Standard of Chinese Financial Sectors from the Western Perspectives

Mr Peter Tashjian, Academy of American Finance & Mgt

Theme throughout Mixture of Modern and Traditional Culture




This year's Congress was held in charming venues that, since their inceptions, host only prestigious guests and head of states: The Diao Yu Tai State Guest House and the Summer Palace. Those places have received Chinese and foreign national chief of governments and international institutions, such as Zhou Enlai, Song Qingling, Queen Elizabeth II, Tanaka Kakuei, George Bush, Kissinger, etc. Holding a visionary financial conference in a traditional Chinese environment strikes a delicate blend of the ancient and the modern, an arrangement which participants find interesting.

Details of itinerary (行程)

News Coverage in SOHU.COM:  http://business.sohu.com/20070528/n250259553.shtml