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Seminar on Financial Development, Financial Talents Training in New Era Held at CFAU

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The conference on ‘Financial Development and Financial Talents Training in the New Era’ was successfully held in Conference Room 1103 of the International Exchange Center on 6th January 2018. It was jointly sponsored by the School of International Economics at CFAU and the International Finance Research Center. 

Zhang Cuizhen, deputy dean of the School of International Economics, addressed the meeting on behalf of Jiang Ruiping, vice president of CFAU. Working in the spirit of the report of the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party and the Fifth National Financial Work Conference and taking into consideration the basic contradictions of socialism with Chinese characteristics in the new era, she summed up six features of finance in the new era and believed that the six major features, the development of financial science and technology, and the changes in global structures have created opportunities and challenges for financial concept innovation, financial education, and financial talents training in the new era. She sincerely hoped that the experts would give valuable suggestions on financial education and the training of financial talents at CFAU. 

Ambassador Xin Shunkang gave a keynote speech entitled “Economic Diplomacy Viewed from China-Africa Cooperation”. From his own experience as an ambassador in two African countries, Ambassador Xin elaborated on the current overall situation in Africa, the role played by the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation in communication between China and Africa, and how the financial sector makes good use of opportunities for China-Africa cooperation to play a more important role in economic diplomacy. Ambassador Xin urged the experts in the financial sector to build a global financial community under the concept of a shared future community for mankind in order to contribute to the stability and development of the global economy and avoid financial crises. 

Deputy Director Wang Shengbang gave a keynote speech entitled "Banking Regulatory Reform in the Post-Crisis Period" for this conference. He introduced the logics of banking supervision reforms and showed his understanding of the final version of Basel III released a month ago. He highlighted the logic of changes and major changes in the calculation and verification of risk-weighted assets and their impact on China’s banking industry. He also shared their great efforts in line with China’s reality and national interests in the current round of international regulatory rulemaking. 

Maintaining the bottom line of avoiding systemic financial risks and maintaining financial security are the basic requirements of finance in the new era and strengthening financial regulation and financial supervision is an important measure. The topic triggered active discussions. Professor Peng Xingyun introduced the monetary policy and macro-prudential double-pillar control system put forward in the report of the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party. Lead researcher Wei Bin focused on the pressure and directions facing the banking industry under the new regulatory policy.

Returning to the original economy  and serving the real economy are the main characteristics of finance in the new era. Deputy Director Yin Hong took green finance as the starting point and introduced the practice of the banking industry in developing green finance and serving the “Belt and Road” initiative. Deputy General Manager Shi Huaqiang proceeded from the state-owned bank’s responses to China’s real economy, before analyzing four major changes in China’s banking business environment and putting forward valuable suggestions for the training of financial talents at CFAU. Deputy General Manager Guan Shengyi introduced the main experience of the Chinese banking industry's financial management transformation and support of the real economy’s development, and discussed the developing trend of the asset management industry and the requirements for talents training. Director Song Xiaojun drew on the experience of the Construction Bank and focused on the three changes in banking in the new era: namely, the changes in the bank’s asset structure, the new development of wealth management and the development of financial science and technology. Deputy General Manager Zhang Chunzi analyzed the status quo and the problems of China's real economy, and how the banking industry in the new era serves the real economy for innovation and transformation.

Returning to the original economy  and serving the real economy are the main characteristics of finance in the new era. Deputy Director Yin Hong took green finance as the starting point and introduced the practice of the banking industry in developing green finance and serving the “Belt and Road” initiative. Deputy General Manager Shi Huaqiang proceeded from the state-owned bank’s responses to China’s real economy, before analyzing four major changes in China’s banking business environment and putting forward valuable suggestions for the training of financial talents at CFAU. Deputy General Manager Guan Shengyi introduced the main experience of the Chinese banking industry's financial management transformation and support of the real economy’s development, and discussed the developing trend of the asset management industry and the requirements for talents training. Director Song Xiaojun drew on the experience of the Construction Bank and focused on the three changes in banking in the new era: namely, the changes in the bank’s asset structure, the new development of wealth management and the development of financial science and technology. Deputy General Manager Zhang Chunzi analyzed the status quo and the problems of China's real economy, and how the banking industry in the new era serves the real economy for innovation and transformation.

The report of the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party pointed out that the formation of a comprehensive new and opening pattern and building of a shared future community for mankind calls for a higher level and more comprehensive opening to the world. In the conference, the theme of how finance can help fully open-up the new pattern and achieve financial power also attracted wide attention. From the perspective of the opening up of bond market, Director Wan Tailei analyzed the progress and challenges in building a much more open capital market. Vice President Zhao Qingming analyzed the basic features of financial power and the internal driving force and external guarantee needed to build a financial power. Liu Yunlong, deputy-secretary-general of the China Reform Foundation, took long-term strategic capital financial reform as the starting point, and analyzed the basic path of China's financial reform and the focus point of building a financial power based on the construction of macro-finance with Chinese characteristics. Professor Hu Zaiyong of the School of International Economics analyzed the fluctuating trends of the RMB exchange rate in the new era based on the three-factor model of the RMB exchange rate.


Finally, Professor Ou Minggang gave a concluding speech at the meeting and thanked the adjunct professors for their advice. The conference has greatly promoted academic research and talent-training at the School of International Economics. It is a major gift for the School of International Economics with the New Year Festival just around the corner. 






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