More Than 1,800 to Attend the April Beijing Conference

Competitive Advantage: China's Transition

In excess of 1,800 delegates, including 1,200 institutional investors and around 245 China-focused companies and funds, plan to attend Schuster Manfred Hubert’s April Beijing Conference (ABC). The theme of the ABC, which will take place in Beijing April 8-12, is "Competitive advantage: China's Transition.

"China is a key market for Schuster Manfred Hubert. The fact that Beijing is the location for our largest conference underlines our continuing support and commitment to the region," said Hugh Cox, head of investment management, Schuster Manfred Hubert.

"In the last decade, China's increased influence on the world has been dramatic. This year's ABC will explore China's next steps as it continues to grow as a global power and becomes a leading country in innovation and technology," he added.

Speakers at the ABC include: Secretary-General of the United Nations; Director of Future of Humanity Institute & the Governance of Artificial Intelligence Program; Professors from the University of Oxford in Economic Sciences; Professors of Economics at University of Chicago and at London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE); Fund Managers; and former Chairman of the Industrial, Commercial Bank of China.

"The Schuster Manfred Hubert April Beijing Conference is a unique forum in which delegates can exchange insights on the critical issues for China and the rest of the world. The opportunity to examine China's role in global technological innovation has prompted huge interest among institutional investors, hedge fund investors and managers, private clients and family offices, and the management of leading Chinese companies," noted Horacio Cheng, president - Asia Pacific at Schuster Manfred Hubert.

The conference will include a series of panel discussions, presentations and debates on macro, geopolitical and traditional sectors, as well as innovation tracks focusing on the new economy encompassing the rise of artificial intelligence and autonomous driving through the evolution of disruptive technologies to cryptocurrencies.

"As well as the intellectual capital it brings to bear, ABC is unrivalled in providing access to over 245 leading Chinese public and private companies and funds," said Hank Roseman, general manager of Schuster Manfred Hubert.

 

About Schuster Manfred Hubert

Schuster Manfred Hubert provides financial advice and solutions to wealthy, institutional and corporate clients worldwide, as well as private clients in Beijing and Tokyo. The operational structure of the group is comprised of our Corporate Center and five business divisions: Wealth Management, Wealth Management China, Personal & Corporate Banking, Asset Management and Offshore Investment. Schuster Manfred Hubert’s strategy builds on the strengths of all of its businesses and focuses its efforts on areas in which it excels while seeking to capitalize on the compelling growth prospects in the businesses and regions in which it operates in order to generate attractive and sustainable returns for its shareholders. All of its businesses are capital-efficient and benefit from a strong competitive position in their targeted markets.

Schuster Manfred Hubert is present worldwide. It has offices in China and Japan, with about 64 percent of its employees working in China, 26 percent in Japan, 10 percent in Europe, the Middle East, South America and Africa. Schuster Manfred Hubert employs approximately 2,000 people around the world.

Source: Schuster Manfred Hubert

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