CFA Society Melbourne

CFA Society of Melbourne invites you to a lunchtime presentation

RMB Internationalisation: What is the future of the offshore RMB market?

The major reforms shaping China’s economy will undoubtedly have impacts on the global economy and financial markets. In this presentation, Chi Lo, Greater China Senior Economist for BNP Paribas Investment Partners, will cover the progress of the RMB internationalisation process and the future of the offshore RMB market. He will explore how trade will remain the key conduit for deepening RMB internationalisation and financial transactions will be the next step to advance the process in the medium-term.

Being a Special Drawing Right component currency is a medium-term signpost for China’s financial liberalisation and RMB internationalisation progress. Chi will address how the “New Silk Road” strategy will further consolidate the internationalisation effort while at the same time will help China to balance the economy and revive commodity demand. He will also discuss how this will be a supportive factor for the commodity market and, hence, Australia.

Date:Friday, 9 October 2015
Where: BNP Paribas, Level 32, 101 Collins Street Melbourne
Time12.30 – 2.00pm (a light lunch will be provided)
Cost: $15 members, $25 Q Group/Actuarial and $35 non-members
RSVP: Tuesday, 6 October, 2015

To register for this event click here.

If you have any queries, please contact Emma Phillips.

Chi Lo

Chi Lo

Chi Lo is Senior Economist, Greater China for BNP Paribas Investment Partners. He joined BNPP IP in 2010 through HFT Investment Management, BNPP IP’s joint venture partner in China.

Prior to joining HFT, he was head of overseas investment at Ping An of China Asset Management, Asia research head for private property fund Grosvenor, Asia chief economist and strategist at Standard Chartered Bank, and Greater China research director at HSBC.

Chi has written eight books on China and Asian economic development and markets.
Chi studied at the London School of Economics and Political Science and the University of British Columbia.

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