Circular Economy in Asia

Apr 3, 2014

The circular economy is an economic and industrial model in which production and consumption are part of a virtuous, restorative cycle where waste is minimized and natural capital is preserved. This workshop will explore the concept and its relevance for Asia.

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The Global Financial Crisis: Lessons Learned, Regulatory Reforms, and Way Forward

Jan 17, 2014

This seminar presented by Sarkis D. Yoghourtdjian, Assistant Director for Banking Supervision and Regulation of the Board of Governors of the U.S Federal Reserve, and hosted in conjunction with The Hong Kong Institute of Bankers, looks at the primary underlying causes for the global financial crisis and argues that promoting financial stability, in a rapidly evolving financial industry, poses a significant challenge for bank supervisors.

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Asia-Global Dialogue 2013

Dec 5, 2013

Fung Global Institute’s flagship annual event, the Asia-Global Dialogue (AGD) will be held in Hong Kong on 5 and 6 December 2013 (Thursday and Friday) at the Four Seasons Hotel, in Central.

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In Conversation with James Bacchus and Jean-Pierre Lehmann

Global Trade in an Era of Financial Crises: Impact, Responses and The Way Forward

Oct 26, 2011

A succession of financial crises is presenting significant challenges for the development of global trade.

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Competition, Compliance and Collaboration: China's Emergence in International Finance

Jul 10, 2013

SWIFT, in partnership with the SWIFT Institute, University of California San Diego's 21st Century China Program and Fudan University's Financial Research Center, is bringing together a host of business leaders, academics, industry experts and policy makers to discuss China’s emergence in international finance at a unique event in Shanghai on July 10-11, 2013.

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