Integrating Industry with Finance under the New Landscape of Dual Circulation

2021-02-09

On December 27th, 2020, the Financial Forum on “Integrating Industry with Finance under the New Landscape of Dual Circulation”, jointly hosted by the M&A and Restructuring Committee of Global Financial Leaders Forum and the Shanghai Chapter of the Alumni Association of the Shanghai Advanced Institute of Finance (SAIF), was successfully held in Shanghai. The event focused on a number of hotspot topics, including: “SMEs and Industrial Digitalization Empowered by Dual Circulation”, “Diversification Solutions for Listed Companies in Distress”, and “Integrating Industry with Finance in Capital Markets under the New Landscape of Dual Circulation”. Influential scholars and experts in related fields were invited to discuss and share their insights on new solutions and opportunities for the integration of industry and finance.

More than 200 participants were present, including SAIF faculty and alumni, and industry experts such as: Professor Chun Chang, Executive Dean of SAIF and Chairman of Global Financial Leaders Forum; Professor Qigui Zhu, Secretary of the CPC Committee at SAIF; Professor Hong Yan, Deputy Dean for Faculty and Research at SAIF; Mr. Ning Zhang, Co-Chairman of Global Financial Leaders Forum and President of SAIF Alumni Association; and Mr. Jianjun Wang, Chairman of M&A and Restructuring Committee of Global Financial Leaders Forum and Executive President of the SAIF Alumni Association. The Forum was presided over by Mr. Li Kai, Co-Secretary-General of M&A and Restructuring Committee of Global Financial Leaders Forum, Director of Bankruptcy and Non-performing Assets Research Committee of Shanghai Lawyers Association, and Partner of Fangda Partners.

Mr. Tong Cao, Chairman of Shenzhen Hande FinTech Holding Co., Ltd., delivered a keynote speech on the theme of “SMEs and Industrial Digitalization Empowered by Dual Circulation”. Guests shared their insights on the topic of “Diversification Solutions for Listed Companies in Distress” from the multifarious perspectives of law firms, investment bankers, clubs, funds, listed companies, asset managers, and industrial investors.