China Outbound, Bound?
Over the last several years, Chinese investors have been on a buying spree snapping up assets ranging from soccer teams to semiconductor manufacturers around the world. What has driven this global investment gold rush? Where are investments being made and why? And what impact has government efforts to impose additional capital controls and rein in large Chinese firms had on outbound investment?
The US China Business Council, American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai, and the Atlantic Council are pleased to host a breakfast briefing to address these questions. This briefing, sponsored by HSBC, will feature:
Keynote Speaker: Tim Stratford, Managing Partner at Covington & Burling
Tim Stratford is managing partner in Covington & Burling LLP’s Beijing office, and is a former Assistant U.S. Trade Representative. Mr. Stratford is the most senior former U.S. trade official working as a member of the U.S. business community in China. Except for the five years he spent in government service (2005-2010), Mr. Stratford has lived and worked continuously in the greater China region since 1982.
Opening and closing remarks from:
- Katia Bouazza (Head of Global Banking, Latin America; HSBC)
- Jason Marczak (Director, Latin America Economic Growth Initiative; Atlantic Council's Adrienne Arsht Latin America Center)
- Bob Theleen (Founder and CEO, Chinavest)
- Mark Harrison (Partner, Deal Advisory, KPMG)
- Sean Miner (Associate Director, China-Latin America Initiative)
This event is for members and invited guests of USCBC only. Registration is required and seating is limited. Please email Patrick Lozada ([email protected]) to register.