• 28 July 2022
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28 July 2022


Beijing, China




20+ Professional Speakers

Global challenges and China’s opportunities

The global financial services industry is undergoing a significant digital transformation journey. Incumbents are accelerating to modernise their legacy systems to remain competitive with the rise of new challenger banks, fintechs and changes in customer behaviour. The implementation of technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), internet of things (IoT), advanced analytics, cloud computing and robotic process automation (RPAs) are fundamental for financial institutions (FIs) to thrive in this changing environment. The adoption of open banking APIs and collaboration with fintechs, and third parties will enable FIs to increase digital customer engagement by offering more customised products to provide a hyper-personalised experience. This will meet customer needs in a secure, agile and scalable way.

“Unexpected” factors - Omicron prevention and tensions between Ukraine and Russia will weigh on China’s economy in the short term while triple pressures from shrinking demand, supply shocks and weakening expectations continue to persist. With the effective control of the epidemic, new tools and refined policies, the normal economic order is expected to be restored, and the economic operations to return to the normal track. China’s financial services industry players continue to focus on digital transformation, boost financing to real economy and small and medium-sized sector, accelerate reforms and opening-up as well as drive green finance for a stable, high-quality and sustainable economic growth.

At Finance China 2022, we will focus on how China’s financial services industry accelerates the further reform and transformation to promote China’s high-quality growth as well as contribute a global green, resilient and inclusive economic recovery. There will be three tracks in this conference, focusing on the transformation of finance and banking industry, the continuous disruption to the finance through the technology innovation and a customised topic track for the host city.

The annual conference gathers the best minds among financial institutions, regulators, policy makers, economists and services providers to meet and share professional insights, work on detailed solutions, and discuss the latest trends in the industry.

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Key focus areas include

World economic outlook: an uncertain recovery

An accelerated integration between digital economy and real economy

How is China boosting slowing economy?

Big retail transformation – the trend of China’s retail banking

Big wealth management - Customer experience becoming the new battlefield

Green finance and dual carbon goals

Building a resilient financial system to identify and mitigate risks

Boosting digitisation in financial services

Facilitating SMEs' financing using digital technologies

Rebuilding digital trust with the use of AI

Who will attend?

The programme is designed for

  • Senior executives and business decision-makers from retail banking, transaction banking, cards and payments, customer relationship management, data and analytics, risk management, financial inclusion, consumer credit, technology and operations
  • Senior executives in technology, operations, data and analytics and digital banking
  • Heads of technical divisions such as profitability systems, customer service improvement, product innovation and other functions within banks that take a holistic view of technology
  • Public sector officials, regulators and policymakers
  • Heads and senior executives involved in developing multi-channel distribution capabilities
  • Alternative financial services providers, fintechs, venture capitalists, investors and start-ups
  • Professional service providers, including technology companies, rating agencies and consultancies

Previous Speakers

Dietrich Domanski

Secretary General, Financial Stability Board

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Luiz Awazu Pereira da Silva

Deputy General Manager,
Bank for International Settlements
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Richard L. Sandor

Chairman of the Board and CEO,
American Financial Exchange;
Founder, Chicago Climate Exchange
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Zhang Jun

Dean, School of Economics,
Fudan University

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Huang Yiping

Deputy Dean and Sinar Mas Chair Professor of Finance and Economics
National School of Development,
Peking University
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Zhang Anlong

Deputy General Manager,
Financial Technology Department,
Industrial and Commercial Bank of China
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