Greater China: Navigating The Old and New


A holistic view by OCBC Treasury Research, OCBC Investment Research and
OCBC Securities Product Specialists

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Programme

China: Removing the presidential term limits

Speaker: Tommy Xie, Head of Greater China Research from OCBC Treasury Research

Will the removal of the presidential term limits deter China’s commitment to her financial and economic reforms? Despite higher funding costs, why did China’s growth remain resilient in 2017? Can China survive from the ballooning debt problem after its total debt exceeded CNY210 trillion in 2017? What is China’s strategy to survive the rising US-China trade tension?

Tommy Xie, Head of Greater China Research from OCBC Treasury Research, will steer us through these interesting topics.



    Navigating concrete jungles

    Speaker: Joseph Ng and Deborah Ong, OCBC Investment Research's (OIR) property team

    Increasing property prices in Hong Kong and a raft of cooling measures in China – how does one navigate the Greater China property landscape? Given that the Chinese developers saw a sector re-rating late last year, is the party just about over? Joseph Ng and Deborah Ong from OIR’s property team will share their insights and top picks within the sector.



      Unleashing your trading potential

      Speaker: Marc Low and Chong Kai Xiang, Product Specialists from OCBC Securities
      There is more than one way to invest in the market. Let our product specialists Marc Low and Chong Kai Xiang tell you how you can make alternative products like Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) and structured products work for you. They will also touch on how you can make use of Share Financing to leverage our analysts’ recommendations.


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          25 April 2018

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