In Conversation with Dr WANG Qing, Chongyang Investment

InvesTAO China Alpha Webinar Series
This document is for institutional investors only
HostCity of London
Panellist(s)Chongyang Investment, InvesTAO
Date26 May 2020

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Summary

The COVID-19 pandemic has posed a serious threat not only to global health, but also to the global economy. How to re-build our economies post the pandemic has now become a priority not just for the world leaders but also to the investment community. The capital markets will have a pivotal role to play in supporting the recovery. What has China’s financial market been doing since the pandemic? How has the fund industry weathered through the market challenge of such scale? Where do Chinese fund managers look for Alpha and sustain their outperformance? We are delighted to host this online conversation with Dr WANG Qing, President of the Shanghai based Chongyang Investment, a leading expert in the field, to share his first-hand experience and insight.

 

Dr Wang will be interviewed by Shelley Yang, the founder of InvesTao, a London based China specialist fund selector and advisor, and the former CEO of Haitong Capital.

 

Agenda

    • Opening Remark: The Rt Hon Alderman William Russell, Lord Mayor of the City of London
    • In conversation with Dr WANG Qing
      • Further impact and implications of COVID-19 on the China market?
      • What has China’s financial market been doing since the pandemic?
      • How has the Chinese fund industry weathered through the market challenge of such scale?
    • Q&A

Bio

Pannellist
Dr WANG Qing
CEO of Chongyang International Asset Management

Dr Wang is also the President and Chief Strategist of Chongyang Investment Management, one of China’s top private asset management companies. Dr. Wang has 21 years of professional experience and served as executive positions at China International Capital Corporation (CICC), Morgan Stanley, and as an Economist at IMF. He joined Chongyang Investment in early 2013. Wang holds an Ph.D. in economics from University of Maryland.