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OnderzoekCentre for East Asian Studies Groningen

Lecture Confucius Institute: 'Financial Environment of China and the Opportunities of European Investors'

Wanneer:do 29-10-2015 19:30 - 21:00
Waar:Van der Leeuwzaal, Academy building,

This lecture is part of the series of lectures on China’s Business Environment, which is jointly launched by the Groningen Confucius Institute (CEASG partner) and the International Business School of Hanze UAS. It will shed light on the following aspects of the nancial system in China: regulators, policy banks, commercial banks, insurance companies, security companies, stock exchanges, laws regarding commercial banking, and deposit insurance system development. What’s more, by introducing China's macro economy, as well as the development of the foreign exchange administration, RMB globalization, and the development of the Shanghai international nancial center, the lecture will bring valuable insights to European investors. A general introduction of ICBC and a brief explanation of its globalization strategy will also be given.

Speaker: Mr. Jin Weihuang

Mr. Jin Weihuang (Thomas Jin) is the Deputy General Manager of the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (Europe) S.A. Amsterdam branch. He joined ICBC Limited in 1992 and has gained a substantial reputation in the international banking business through his two-decades of working experience. In October 2003, Mr. Jin was promoted to Deputy General Manager of the International Banking Department of the Guangdong Branch. This branch is renowned for its abundant and well-developed international business. In March 2010, Mr. Jin worked as the Deputy Head of the ICBC Amsterdam Branch Preparatory Group, and he has served as the Deputy General Manager since January 2011. He is a member of DOCDEX Documentary Credit Dispute Resolution Expertise), of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Paris as well as the Trade Finance Expert Team of ICC CHINA.


Please send an email with your name, interested eld and aliated organization/university to, before October 28th 2015.

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Financial Environment of China