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New Finance in China: "Finance 2.0"

Guanghua-Kellogg Executive MBA

- Master Class & Info Session -

Thursday, April 23rd

18:30 - 20:30

InterContinental Hotel, Bangkok

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Friday, April 24th

17:00 - 19:00

Marina Bay Sands Hotel, Singapore

The Guanghua-Kellogg Executive MBA program will hold master class and info session in Bangkok on April 23rd, then in Singapore on April 24th. The event, "New Finance in China: Finance 2.0" will feature Professor LIU Qiao, Associate Dean of the EMBA program at the Guanghua School of Management, Peking University.

LIU will lecture on how the Chinese economy is transitioning from an investment-led to an efficiency-driven economy. Finance plays a critical role in this process. However, the structural flaws associated with the current practice of finance in China ("Finance 1.0")–low efficiency, limited coverage, and suboptimal structure–are constraining China’s economic transition.

Professor LIU will detail how, as the Chinese government gradually deregulates the finance sector, new financial services and business norms are surging to the fore. They are challenging traditional financial practices in China, and re-defining the financial landscape. China’s demand for the second generation of financial intermediaries and markets must be met in order for China’s future development rates to be sustained.

Event Schedule

Thursday, April 23rd, Bangkok


Registration & Networking


Guanghua-Kellogg Executive MBA Program Introduction


Keynote Speech: "Finance 2.0"



Friday, April 24th, Singapore


Registration & Networking


Guanghua-Kellogg Executive MBA Program Introduction


Keynote Speech: "Finance 2.0"



Speaker Introduction

Professor LIU Qiao is Professor of Finance, Associate Dean (EMBA), and Director of the New Finance Center at the Guanghua School of Management, Peking University. Professor LIU is founder of TrustWorks, a platform specializing in providing financial advisory and financing services for China’s local governments.

LIU received his Ph.D. from UCLA and was previously a professor at the University of Hong Kong. He has published extensively on corporate finance and the Chinese economy in top academic journals. Professor LIU is also the author of recent bestseller “Big to Brilliant: the Second Long March of Corporate China” (in Chinese, 2014).

About the Guanghua-Kellogg Executive MBA Program

Blending both Guanghua and Kellogg’s long histories of academic excellence and superior management research, the Guanghua-Kellogg Executive MBA program features an integrated curriculum that equips executives with the business acumen and network necessary for success in China and worldwide. The program is designed to meet the needs of the 21st century executive and to facilitate networking with the world's most dynamic multinational companies and their executives. It emphasizes the on-the-ground business practices and public policies that define the “real China.”

Through modules that emphasize academic and experiential learning, executives gain a deeper understanding of the global economy, global norms, and of corporate strategy at the international level. They also master their business management skills, particularly as they apply in a Chinese setting. They are educated by experienced practitioners and join an alumni network over 70-000 strong.

To register for one of the info sessions,please click here.

Contact Information

Phone: 86 10 6274 7158

Email: gkemba@gsm.pku.edu.cn

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