In partnership with Tsinghua University and with support from the Harvard China Fund, PIFS organized an executive education event in Beijing for senior Chinese regulatory officials on June 9-10, 2018.
The event was entitled, “Enhancing China’s Financial System and Regulatory Efficiency,” and was attended by more than 150 government officials, industry representatives and academics.
Sessions were led by former senior U.S. regulators Peter Fisher, former Undersecretary of Domestic Finance, U.S. Treasury, and Timothy Massad, former Chairman, U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission, as well as leading academics Douglas Arner of the University of Hong Kong, and Hal S. Scott of Harvard Law School.
The sessions covered the regulation of financial technology, Trump financial regulatory reforms, supervision of financial firms in conditions of uncertainty, and reflections on the 10th anniversary of the financial crisis.
PIFS intends to continue to further the policy dialogue between the U.S. and China by bringing former U.S. policymakers and U.S. academics to China to educate Chinese regulators and vice-versa.
Opening China’s Financial Markets and Regulatory Efficiency
May 23-24 2019, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China
Enhancing China’s Financial System and Regulatory Efficiency
June 9-10 2018, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China