Gen A: Roundtable With Michiel HaasbroekVIEW EVENT DETAILS
For our fifth Gen A Roundtable, we are sitting together with Dr. Michiel Haasbroek, expert in the Chinese financial sector and Executive Board member for Banque Internationale à Luxembourg (Suisse), a Swiss private bank. Together, we will take a look at China’s rise in the context of its financial development.
What does the job of a Chief Risk Officer entail? How does the Chinese financial sector differ from other regions in Asia, or the Eurpoean and American one? How are inequality and de-globalisation being accounted for in this regard? What about China's globally leading role in fintech, and how does the RMB internationalization influence the financial system to make it less vulnerable to potential sanctions?
Join our exclusive Roundtable and find out the answers to these and your own questions.
Dr. Michiel Haasbroek is an expert in the Chinese financial sector and has regularly presented on topics on matters of China’s financial stability and economy. He holds an MA from Trier University with a focus on Chinese political economy, an MSc from TiasNimbas Business School in the Netherlands, and a PhD in Political Economy of China from Ruhr University Bochum. His research has focussed on banking sector reform and regulation in China. Dr. Haasbroek has lived and worked in Hong Kong and Shanghai for eight years where he worked in senior banking roles. Dr. Haasbroek was a visiting academic research fellow at MERICS and at Xi’an Jiaotong Liverpool University in Suzhou and was a senior guest lecturer on the political economy of China’s fintech sector at Ruhr University Bochum. He currently works as an Executive Board member for a Banque Internationale à Luxembourg (Suisse), a Swiss private bank.
Please read at least 2-3 articles of the following (shared internally):
- China reckons with its first overseas debt crisis, Financial Times
- What is Behind China’s Dual Circulation Strategy, China Leadership Monitor
- What’s happening with China’s fintech industry?, Brookings
- Renminbi Internationalization: AConflict of Statecrafts, Chatham House
- Five Persistent Myths About China’s Banking System, Cato Journal
- Chinese regulators tell fintech groups to fix 'problems', Financial Times