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China Leaders Forum 2012

Hosted By:
Golden Networking

New York City

Friday December 7, 2012
10:00AM – 7:00PM

ChinaLeadersForum.com




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Political and Economic Challenges
for Xi Jinping,…

China is in a political hiatus, with a new generation of
  leaders expected to be named shortly. In the economic
  front, businessmen are also reading the leaves trying to
  figure out whether the weaker growth is a structural shift
  or a bump on the road.
As China’s importance in the world economy has grown, so
  has interest in its financial sector. The advancing
  liberalization of China’s capital flows and the
  internationalization of the renminbi will have pervasive
  consequences for the Chinese financial system.
  However, significant flaws persist embedded in China’s
  domestic financial system; its underdeveloped financial
  system represents a serious problem to the growth and
  diversification of its economy.
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…China's President-in-waiting

China is now growing at its slowest pace since the
  recession, a worrisome sign for the broader global
  economy. As the world‘s two largest economies following
  diverging paths, the United States and China must lead
  the world through a cooperative approach, especially
  under European Union’s unflagging burdening debt
  situation. The future could be brighter, though, if China
  secures a smooth political transition, and reforms follow.

Golden Networking's China Leaders Forum 2012, "Political
  and Economic Challenges for Xi Jinping, China's
  President-in-waiting", will examine the political and
  economic challenges facing China nowadays and the
  long-term opportunities that will be created in the world’s
  largest economy by 2016.
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Insightful, Relevant and Timely Topics


  Internationalization of the Renminbi

  Post-Crisis Relationship Between US and
  China

  The Euro Debt Crisis and How It Will
  Affect the Chinese Economy

  China’s Investment in Europe: To Save
  or Not to Save the Euro?

  Xi Jinping’s 100-day Plan to Unleash the
  Chinese Tiger
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Internationalization of the Renminbi


As China has become omnipresent and an imperative
economy to collaborate with over the past three decades,
its increasing economic global integration has led to a
significant increase in its influence in the world economy.
As the world's second largest economy, China is facing
the inevitable process of internationalization of the RMB.
The huge amount of economic activity and active foreign
trades laid solid basis of the "international currency".
Before RMB steps up to the pace of internationalization,
definitely good lessons for China to learn from are the
Japanese Yen’s own international journey 20 years ago
and the frustrations and risks of the process.

What will be the ultimate benefits and costs of
internationalization of RMB?
What are the opportunities and challenges brought by
internationalization of RMB towards Chinese and
international enterprises?
Is China up for the internationalization challenge?
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Post- crisis Relationship Between
US and China

After 4 years since financial crisis outbreak, the
global economic powerhouse has yet to fully recover.
As the world's two largest economies, the United
States and China must lead the world through a
cooperative approach, especially under European
Union’s unflagging burdening debt situation.

How to solve the friction in China –US collateral
trade under the global trade protectionism?
Which are the areas where China and US can
cooperate in 2012?
Are we expecting more investment from US in
China? And how does the investment influence
China’s financial reform?
How does China’s investment in US help create
jobs in US?


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The Euro Debt Crisis and How it Will
Affect the Chinese Economy

The European debt crisis has had all-encompassing
consequences that extend beyond their borders to the
world as a whole. It has wreaked havoc on international
trade flows and currency markets, and it is evident that
China will not be immune from the crisis that initiated in
Greece and has spread across much of Europe.

What is the current situation of the European debt crisis
and the global markets?
What is the Euro debt-crisis’s impact on China’s trade
flow (or global trade) & currency changes?
How far will China’s willingness go to aid debt-ridden
European countries?
Is China’s lagging growth attributable to the Euro-debt
crisis?
What are the long-term effects to China’s financial
industry?
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China’s Investments in Europe: To
Save or Not to Save the Euro?

It has been widely agreed that the European
debt crisis, if not deteriorate into a euro crisis,
would exert a huge influence on China’s
economy. However, due to the crisis, a lot of
European assets became more affordable on
the market and opened up golden opportunities
for Chinese enterprises' overseas investment
and expansion plans.

The Euro crisis is creating opportunities for
China to invest and expand business in the
European market: does it outweigh the risk?
What are the consequences of the rapid
change in value of the RMB against the Euro?



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Xi Jinping‘s 100-day Plan to Unleash
the Chinese Tiger

All eyes were on China, when the GDP figures for the
first quarter of 2012 were released and China’s GDP
was up only 8.1 percent, the slowest quarterly
expansion since the second quarter of 2009. However,
the slowing growth of China should not be
overemphasized as the nation is currently undergoing a
structural shift from resources and investment driven
growth to a more balanced and more sustainable
pattern through innovation, reformation of the financial
system and rebalancing of the economy. Xi Jinping's
100 first days in office would need to attest to that.

What are the key elements of Xi Jinping‘s 100-day
plan?
Will China be able to continue its growth pattern and
maintain its fast pace over the next few decades? Or
even longer?
Is China’s growth adequate to drive the world
economy?                                                   11
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Executives Who Should Attend


    Ambassadors and Diplomats          Hedge Fund Managers
              Analysts                  Individual Investors
          Asset Managers               Institutional Investors
             Attorneys                  Investment Bankers
       Banking Professionals       Investor Relations Professionals
         Chief Economists             Management Consultants
      Chief Executive Officers           Managing Partners
     Chief Investment Officers         Operations Consultants
      Chief Operating Officers           Portfolio Managers
      Chief Marketing Officers                Principals
    Emerging Markets Specialists      Private Equity Executives
           Entrepreneurs               Procurement Managers
         Financial Advisors          Rating Agencies Managers
      Foreign Service Officials          Research Analysts
       Founders and Owners                   Strategists
          Fund Managers                Technology Executives
        Government Officials          Venture Capital Partners

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Media Partners




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Who Attends our Business
Receptions and Forums?

 Financial Services executives, professionals
 and entrepreneurs, interested in staying two
 steps ahead of their competition
 Breakdown of attendees by job title:
    28% C-Level
    22% Director - Managing Director level
    34% Vice President level
    15% Associate - Analyst - Intern level


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Company Representation at
Receptions and Forums (I)

  Companies that were represented in previous Golden
  Networking receptions and forums:
    Actualize Consulting, Algo Engineering, Alliance Bernstein,
    Arent Fox LLP, Avatar, AXA Advisors, Bank of America
    Merrill Lynch, Barclays Capital, BATS Global Markets,
    BlackRock, Blackstar Group, Bloomberg LP, BNP Paribas,
    BNY Mellon, Boston Consulting Group, Bradesco Securities,
    Brooklane Capital, Cassels & Graydon LLP, Charles Schwab,
    Chatsworth Group, Chimera Securities, Citigroup, Cleary
    Gottlieb LLP, Clifford Chance LLP, Columbia Business
    School, Corcoran Group Real Estate, Credit Suisse,
    Deutsche Bank, Direct Edge, Echotrade, Elk River Trading,
    Empire Capital Partners, ETF Venture Funds, ETR corp., Far
    Hills Group, Fortress Investment Group, GDR Privee, Gerson
    Lehrman Group, GilGantas LLC, GLC Trading Corp

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Company Representation at
Receptions and Forums (II)

  Companies that were represented in previous Golden
  Networking receptions and forums:
    Goldman Sachs, Green Arrow Partners, Guggenheim
    Securities, Hampton Asset Management, Harma Risk
    Management LLC, Harvard University, HedgeCo LLC, HSBC,
    HyPerform Group, iEpsilon, IO-Works Inc., IQ Venture
    Partners, Jane Street Capital, Koshdan Capital, Lenox
    Advisors, Lightyear Capital, Lime Brokerage, Liquidnet,
    Madison Trading, MBL Financial Group, McClendon,
    McKinsey & Co., Medvice, Meridian Equity Partners, MetLife,
    MF Global Investment Management, Moody's Investors
    Service, Morgan Stanley, Morrison & Partners, Natexis
    Private Equity Asia, Natixis Capital Markets, Needham
    Partners, Newedge, Newport Private Investments, Nixon
    Peabody LLP, Nomura Research, NP Solutions, NY Federal
    Reserve, PCP Financial Partners, Penn Mutual
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Company Representation at
Receptions and Forums (III)

  Companies that were represented in previous Golden
  Networking receptions and forums:
    Prestige Financial, Privet Capital, ProCapital, Protrade
    Securities, Prudential Douglas Elliman, Prudential Securities,
    Quantix, RBC Capital Markets, RBC Wealth Management,
    Real Time Partners LLC., Reuters, RM Capital, Roland
    Berger, Rutgers University, RZB Finance LLC, Schonfeld
    Securities, Securities Industry News, SMB Capital, Solomon
    Daniels Global Economics LLC, Standard and Poor's,
    Stepwise Capital, Stern School of Business, Strategies For
    Wealth, Synchroneon, Systematic Alpha Management,
    Systematic Strategies LLC, Thomson Reuters, TIAA-CREF,
    Timber Hill LLC, Travers and Associates, TSIX Trading, Two
    Sigma Investments, UBS, Unilogic, Universal Data Interface,
    University of Michigan, VisCap, Volant Trading, Wall Street
    Legal Consulting PLLC, Westbrook Capital, Winston Capital
    Management, WJ. Dowd, WTS Proprietary Trading Group
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Testimonials

 “Thank you for inviting me to participate at the conference! Great event!
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                           Ira Perlmuter, Managing Partner, T5 Equity Partners

  “Thanks again for having me on the panel. I really enjoyed it and would
              love to do more of them in the future. Lets keep in touch.”
                          Matthew Baron, Principal, Simon Development Group

       “Really enjoyed it. Congratulations on a great conference! Thanks
                                                                  again.”
                  Debashis Bhattacharya, Portfolio Manager, Fortis Investments

        “I enjoyed participating in the conference and thought it was very
                                                             successful.”
                          Scott Eisenberg, Managing Partner, Amherst Partners

 “I thought the panelists were excellent and it was a great program. I look
                                                  forward to the next one.”
                                      Neil Axler, Vice President, FMV Opinions
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Additional Information


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Description: China Leaders Forum 2012, Political and Economic Challenges for Xi Jinping, China's President-in-waiting Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012 10:00AM-7:00PM, New York CitySchulte Roth & Zabel LLP919, Third Avenue, New York, NY, 10022(Entrance on 55th Street between 2nd and 3rd Avenues) As China’s importance in the world economy has grown, so has interest in its financial sector. Additionally, the advancing liberalization of China’s capital flows and the internationalization of the Chinese renminbi will have pervasive consequences for the Chinese financial system. However, significant flaws persist embedded in China’s domestic financial system. China’s underdeveloped financial system represents a serious problem to the continued growth and diversification of its economy. China is growing at its slowest pace since the recession- a worrisome sign for the broader global economy. Therefore, as the world's two largest economies following diverging paths, the United States and China must lead the world through a cooperative approach, especially under European Union’s unflagging burdening debt situation. Golden Networking Topics that China Leaders Forum 2012 will discuss include: Internationalization of the Renminbi Post- crisis relationship between US and China The Euro Debt Crisis and How it will Affect the Chinese Economy China’s Investments in Europe: To Save or Not to Save the Euro? What steps China will need to perform in order to maintain its growth and success?