2013 Spring China - U. S. Futures Industry Summit­­­­­­­

  • April 27, 2013 · 4:00 PM
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2013 Spring China - U. S. Futures Industry Summit­­­­­­­

Presented by China Futures Association 
& Chinese Derivatives Association


After a decade of double-digit growth, China’s futures market is among the most actively traded in the world. The Shanghai Futures Exchange aims to launch a physical crude oil contract that will be open to foreign investors and traded in both renminbi and US dollars - marking it as China’s first dual-currency commodities contract. Early this year, the government appointed Bank of China Ltd. Chairman Xiao Gang as chairman and Communist Party secretary of the China Securities Regulatory Commission. It is a truly exciting phase of China Futures industry.

The China Futures Association (CFA) and the Chinese Derivatives Association (CDA) invite you to the 2013 Spring China - U. S. Futures Industry Summit, an event that brings together over 50 senior executives from leading FCMs and exchanges from China and their counterparts in the U. S. This is a unique opportunity outside of China for industry leaders from both countries to discuss the latest development and potential for cooperation.


Date: Saturday, April 27, 2013. 16:00 – 20:00
Venue: Metropolitan Club, 233 South Wacker Drive, 67th FL. Chicago, IL
Agenda: Moderator:  Carmen Li, DRW Trading, Vice President of CDA

16:00-16:05 Welcome Speech
Dr. Huadong Wang, CEO of Hongyuan Futures, Executive president of Beijing Futures Association

16:05-17:05 Presentation
“The development and future of China's futures market”, GanPing Lu, General Managerof Jinrui futures
“The development of the U.S. Futures brokerage firm”, Allan Zavarro, Former CEO of Global Futures Business at ABN AMRO
“Volatility products at Eurex”, Dr. Axel Vischer, Head of Product and Market Development, Eurex

17:05-17:20 Coffee Break

17:20-18:15
Panel discussion
Dr. Axel Vischer, Head of Product and Market Development, Eurex
Changwu Jiang, General Manager of Minmetals Futures Co.,Ltd
Jie Li, General Manager of Huatai Great wall Future Co.,Ltd
Guiping Zhao, Chairman of Guangdong GF Futures agent Co., LTD
Ramir Cimafranca, Director, Head of Institutional Sales, Asia Pacific NewEdge

18:15-20:00 Reception


Registration fee:

Online Registration:   US$40.00
CDA paid member:    US$25.00
Walk-ins:                    US$60.00

 

Please click here to register for this event.


About CFA

The China Futures Association, established on December 29,2000, is a nationwide self-regulatory organization for the China futures industry, and supervised by the China Securities Regulatory Commission(CSRC) and other agencies that regulate state social groups. Headquartered in Beijing, the goals of Association are to develop rules, programs and services that safeguard market integrity; help Members meet their regulatory responsibilities, protect investors, maintain the order of the industry fair, justice and transparent, promote common interest of the society, boost national economic development.

According to the Futures Trading Management Regulation, every futures company must join CFA before operating business, and every employee in Futures business must register in CFA before working. Currently, there are 163 member companies as organization members, 4 exchanges as special members, 33 local futures associations as affiliated members, and over 25,000 industry personnel registered in CFA.

About CDA

The Chinese Derivatives Association (CDA) is a legally registered independent non-political and not-for-profit organization. Registered in Chicago, the CDA aims to promote information and knowledge sharing among its members and between people who work in mainland China and overseas, and to contribute to the understanding and development of the China derivatives market.

In pursuit of these goals, the CDA commits itself to bring together the collective wisdom and expertise of members active in the field of derivatives in an effort to help the development of derivatives markets in China, to promote friendship and fellowship among the members and the Chinese derivatives community, and to strengthen exchange and cooperation between China and the rest of the world in the area of derivatives business.

 

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