The Chinese economy has continued its expansion after the Financial Crisis hit the world. Yet concerns about the fragility of its financial sector have been widely reported. Be it the perilous state of local government finances, the fast-paced rise of shadow banking, or corporate leverage, elements of China's financial system are at the core of doubts about the sustainability of its economic model. At the same time, the countries' largest banks have become the largest and at times even most profitable enterprises in the world.
Join us for a presentation onChanges in China's banking system after the global crisis - Will it be a source of future financial fragility, or will it continue to support the miraculous expansion of China's GDP, while the authorities engineer a "soft landing"?