China in Numbers: Understanding China’s Financial and Economic Data
Where: China Institute
100 Washington St.
212-744-8181 Price: Free-$35
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With China now the world’s second largest economy, understanding China’s financial and economic data has never been more important. Yet the increasing complexity of China’s financial system adds to the difficulties in interpreting data. Is China’s data reliable? How do investors take the information and draw conclusions? How’s the technology development behind the data industry? What’s the future trends of the data industry in China?
Please join us on January 11th 2017 at 6:30PM at China Institute’s Center for Business for a comprehensive discussion on Understanding China’s Financial and Economic Data, moderated by Bloomberg Television correspondent, RamyInocencio. A diverse group will be joining the panel, to offer views from various perspectives. Panelists’ backgrounds range from investor, researcher, data collecting and feeding, and data analysis to data science technology.
Ramy Inocencio, Bloomberg Television correspondent in New York reporting on finance and technology
Brandon Emmerich, General Manager and China Analyst at Wind Information, a leading integrated service provider of financial data, information, and software based in Shanghai
GenzeHu, Founding Partner and CTO at DataYes, a leading edge financial technology company based in Shanghai
Junheng Li, Founder and President at JL Warren Capital, a leading independent equity research firm focused on Chinese companies and the Chinese economy
Les Baquiran, Founder at Pinebase, a Chinese Overseas Investment Platform
Vin Vacanti, CEO and Co-Founder at YipitData, a data collection and analysis company that provides practical web data intelligence to institutional investors and has a deep expertise in various Chinese companiesBuy tickets/get more info now