China Wealth Management and Private Banking Forum 2010 – Shanghai 22nd October 2010

China Wealth Management and Private Banking Forum 2010 – Shanghai 22nd October 2010
Dear Sir/Madam,

You are cordially involved to join the China Wealth Management and Private Banking Forum 2010. Attend to gain more insight into what your Asian clients expect of their private bankers and wealth advisors.

Why Attend?

  • Largest gathering of senior Chinese wealth management professionals ever held – over 150 senior decision makers from 38 Chinese Banks are confirmed as attendees
  • China is the fastest growing wealth market globally and is set to have client assets of US$3.50 trillion by the end of 2013 according to a recent report by Boston Consulting Group
  • The China ‘grey funds’ (non-QDII offshore investments) market is now around US$330bn, and growing rapidly at 25% pa. according to Matrix Services
  • Find out about China from the insiders perspective

The Forum will provide you with a unique opportunity to hear from the key executives from 38 local banks and to gain a better understanding of the opportunities and challenges facing wealth management in China.

The Forum will be the largest gathering of Chinese wealth managers ever held, and unique chance to meet these banks senior executives in person. We are pleased to inform you that we now have received confirmation from 38 local banks and the largest independent wealth management company in China.

Each of them will be sending their respective department heads and senior executives to attend the Forum – including the General Manager of Wealth Management, General Manager of Private Banking, Head of Retail Banking.

If you would like to attend please contact Andrew Crawford at

The following Chinese Banks Confirmed as Attendees:

State-owned Commercial and Policy Banks

  • Industrial and Commercial Bank of China
  • Bank of China
  • Agricultural Bank of China
  • China Construction Bank
  • Bank of Communications

Commercial Banks

  • Shanghai Pudong Development Bank
  • Shenzhen Development Bank
  • Guangdong Development Bank
  • China Minsheng Bank
  • China Merchants Bank
  • China Everbright Bank
  • China Ping An Bank
  • Hua Xia Bank
  • China CITIC Bank

City Commercial Banks

  • Bank of Beijing
  • Bohai Bank
  • Dalian Bank
  • Huaxia Bank
  • Fujian Haixia Bank
  • Ningbo Bank
  • China Hengfeng Bank
  • Bank of Jiangsu
  • Nanjing City Commercial Bank
  • Hangxhou City Commercial Bank
  • Bank of Shanghai
  • Tianjin Commercial Bank
  • China Zheshang Bank
  • Xiamen International Bank
  • Bank of Linyi
  • Bank of Harbin
  • China Industrial Bank
  • Bank of Dongguan
  • Zhejiang Chouzhou Commercial Bank
  • Bank of Jilin
  • Bank of Chengdu
  • Bank of Qingdao
  • Bank of Wenzhou

This is definitely a “can’t be missed” event for anyone who is serious about growing their business in wealth management, asset management, structured products or advisory services in China.

The contacts you make, and insight you gain at the Forum will put you streets ahead of your competitors. However, you need to register soon as we are limiting attendance to only 150 people.

If you would like to attend please contact Andrew Crawford at

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