3rd Forum on China’s Economic Development and Legal Regulation and Release Ceremony of GLGA Blue Book of China’s Non-performing Assets 2018
New trends of China's economy and non-performing asset in the complex economic situation
In recent years, in the face of a complex international environment and arduous tasks of domestic reform, development and stability, China's economy has maintained a generally steady development trend. However, the Sino-US trade issue is still unresolved and, given the aftershocks of domestic market’s breaking the rigid payment, can China’s economy maintain low volatility and high-quality, stable development in the future? And what opportunities and challenges will China’s macroeconomic development face?
From a mesoscopic perspective, as China’s economy gradually enters a moderate-speed growth stage, the scale of China’s non-performing asset further rises in recent years, kicking off a new round of disposal of non-performing asset. Whether seen from macroeconomic policy, regulatory policy, or industry chain development, significant changes have taken place in the non-performing asset industry. What new trends does non-performing asset industry chain development take on? How to give play to the function and effect of non-performing asset market in dissolving financial risks? How to construct and promote non-performing asset’s legal system under the trend of financial regulation innovation? The non-performing asset industry is an important part of China’s financial system, and it’s imperative to pay attention to its present development situation and future trend.
Against this backdrop, Beijing DOCVIT Law Firm as a professional supporter will, together with the Green Legal Global Alliance (GLGA), jointly hold 3rd Forum on China’s Economic Development and Legal Regulation and Release Ceremony of GLGA Blue Book of China’s Non-performing Assets 2018.
Session 1: Opening Ceremony and Main Forum 13:30-14:45
1. Opening remarks by moderator
2. Opening address
3. Keynote speeches
Topic 1: The trend and prospect of China's economy in the complex economic situation
Topic 2: All-dimensional evaluation and the road of benign growth of China’s non-performing asset industry in the context of high-quality economic development
Topic 3: Function and effect of non-performing asset market in dissolving financial risks
Topic 4: Outlook of construction of non-performing asset’s legal system given financial regulation’s innovation trend
Session 2: Release Ceremony of GLGA Blue Book of China’s Non-performing Assets 2018 14:45-15:10
1. Release Ceremony of GLGA Blue Book of China’s Non-performing Assets 2018
2. Interpretation of GLGA Blue Book of China’s Non-performing Assets 2018
Session 3: Opening ceremony of GLGA Bankruptcy & Non-Performing Assets Research Center and its director and expert members appointment ceremony 15:10-15:50
Tea Break: 15:50-16:00
Session 4: Symposium 16:00-17:00
1. Topic speech
2. Topic discussion: Multi-dimensional dissolution channel and disposal & investment model innovation of China’s non-performing asset
Topic 1: Policy and technology driven: evolution of non-performing asset investment strategy and diversified extension of investment forms
Topic 2: Obstacles and countermeasures in the acquisition & disposal of non-performing financial assets and non-performing non-financial assets
Topic 3: Long-term application of funds in non-performing asset investment and cross-industry cooperation between institutional investors
Topic 4: Opportunities and challenges of China’s non-performing asset market involving cross-border investment
Session 5: Opening ceremony of DOCVIT Non-performing Asset Service Center 17:00-17:10
Session 6: Roundtable 17:10-18:20
Topic 1: The development trend of banks’ non-performing asset and the innovative ways to resolve its pressure in the new regulatory situation
Topic 2: AMC and AIC’s non-performing asset investment development bottleneck and innovative cooperation models
Topic 3: Win-win cooperation between international capital and local institutions
Topic 4: Debt restructuring and “rebirth” of distressed enterprises
Topic 5: Dynamic integration of Internet+ and China’s non-performing asset
Session 7: Closing speech 18:20-18:30
Session 8: Buffet party 18:30-20:00
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