SFI Released ESG Investment Development Research Report Of China’s Asset Management Industry 2020

On Sep 28, 2020, Shenzhen Finance Institute (SFI) officially released the "ESG Investment Development Research Report of China’s Asset Management Industry 2020 " (hereinafter referred to as the "Report").


MSc in Finance Programme | Admission Review of MSc in Finance Programme (Part-Time)

MSc in Finance Programme | Admission Review of MSc in Finance Programme (Part-Time).


MSc in Business Management Programme | 2021 Master Programme Admission Opens

MSc in Business Management Programme | 2021 Master Programme Admission Opens.


SFI Provided Academic Support for The 3rd China Fintech Industry Summit

During Sep 16thto 18th, The 3rdChina Fintech Industry Summit was held in Suzhou, academic support was fully supported by Shenzhen Finance Institute (SFI).


MSc in Business Management Programme | First Information Session for 2021 Admission

MSc in Business Management Programme | First Information Session for 2021 Admission.


Economic Analysis and Policy Outlook of the U.S. in September 2020

It is believed that the economy of the U.S. and the world will continuously recover after hitting the bottom in the second quarter.


Zhao Wenguang: Impact of COVID-19 on Futures Markets

Crude oil futures turned negative and crude oil treasure expired. Zhao Wenguang shared his opinions on the impact of COVID-19 on the futures markets.

Ba Shusong: Financial Development Guided by Framework Agreement on Development of Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area

Prof. Ba Shusong analyzed the evolution and trend of the financial development guided by the “Framework”.

Cai Tiezheng: Equity Investment Strategy at Historical Point

Cai Tiezheng expressed that when making investment, it is imperative to focus on scarcity, and weigh against ROE and ceilings.

Chenhu: Digitalization is Core Competitiveness for Companies

Chen Hu expressed that data is not only a kind of resource but also a strength of competitiveness for corporates in the future.

Lawrence Lau commented that the HKSAR government should take lead in increasing aggregate demand through suitable and timely public investments in specific areas, and promote the recovery of Hong Kong’s economy.
Wu Haifeng, researcher of Shenzhen Finance Institute (SFI) expressed his opinions in the interview with CGTN (Chinese Global Television Network) and Shenzhen Satellite TV.
Prof. Zhang Jinfan shared his opinions on “Shenzhen Comprehensive Reform Trial Implementation Plan for the Development of an Advanced Demonstration Zone for Socialism with Chinese Characteristics (2020 – 2025)” in the interview with The Economics Observer.
Prof. Tang Jie expressed that Shenzhen’s transformation policies are featured by the characteristics of each era. The mixed policies of moderately centralized government administrative resources, supporting market integration, and guiding enterprises to conduct innovations and transformations have led the development and transformation of Shenzhen.
Xiao Gang said that the existing system for China’s overseas investment protection cannot fully adapt to the current and future development of overseas investment. Overseas investment insurance system needs to be further enhanced.
The establishment of "industrial Internet" and "integration of the two industries" should be accelerated to create new growth points for economic development, and promote the quality and efficiency, transformation and upgrading of the Northeast’s economy.
The pandemic has triggered dual contradictions globally, and American enterprises are naturally unwilling to be the "contrarians".
Openness and innovation have created the “Shenzhen miracle”, and Shenzhen and Hong Kong have complementary roles to play in terms of innovation and can develop the integration of production, education and research.
The traditional export system of simple commodities needs to be changed, and the industrial level needs to be moved toward a new level of complex product production and innovation.
Fang Hanming remarked at the Fifth New Economy Forum, that China has demonstrated superiority in the robustness of its supply chain during the COVID-19 pandemic, and yet the new perception of supply chain robustness may lead to regionalism in the global supply chain.
Tang Jie, former Vice Mayor of Shenzhen and Board Member of Shenzhen Finance Institute,, stated at the Fifth New Economy Forum that, since a crisis serves the function of clearance for innovation, the pandemic may give rise to a new round of innovations.
Xiao Gang proposed several suggestions on the reform of China’s capital market, and shared his opinions on T+0 and delisting.
Xu Xianchun commented in the interview with The Economic Observer that facing the impact of the pandemic, contrarian growth of the new economy has injected new momentum into economic development.
US President Donald Trump’s apparent attempt to force the sale of Chinese social-media app TikTok to an American buyer leads to negative influence on international and domestic rules of commerce.
Xiao Gang expressed that the development of industrial Internet finance and open-up of the banking ecosphere is irreversible.
Wu Haifeng said in an interview with Shenzhen TV that Shenzhen needs to guarantee the process of major projects and ensure the production resumption amid the outbreak of the pandemic.
Xiao Gang stated that the capital market is a market governed by law. The key to create a standardized, transparent, open, dynamic and tough capital market is to accelerate the infrastructural construction of capital market.
Xaio Gang expressed that the advantages of technology and finance need to be exerted from two aspects, including institutional innovations and technological innovations.
Wu Gang suggested that China’s futures industry must accelerate development and take initiatives for innovations, in order to achieve the position as a hedging risk market that matches the economic scale.
Prof. Shang-Jin Wei stated that China ought to strengthen ties with the industrial chains of Europe, Japan and South Korea to offset the impact of China-US “decoupling.”
From the view of the Silver Economics to prepare for aging people and to satisfy their needs, Prof. Shang-Jin Wei delivered his suggestions on policy-making and financial innovation.
Xiao Gang responds to financial risks, monetization of fiscal deficits, and other hot-button issues.
At the conference held by the Luohan Academy, Professor Shang-Jin Wei, Board Member of Shenzhen Finance Institute (SFI), said that all countries shall strengthen cooperation on fiscal policies and make concerted efforts to accelerate the vaccine R&D, in a bid to minimize economic losses.
Tang Jie expressed that the global trade growth may face a further decline after the pandemic, and China needs to strengthen the development of domestic industry chain, in order to gain new competitive advantages through technologies and market scales.
Prof. Wang Jian said that as the resumption of production is stepping up, the unemployment rate in the U.S. may tend to be stable, and the European economy may suffer from a severe setback, which will have a negative spillover effect on global economic growth.
Prof. Wang Jian expressed in an interview with Sina Finance that the ‘‘new infrastructure’’ investment will pave a way for economic development in the future.
Prof. Wang Jian said in an interview with the Economic Observer that the cross-boundary wealth management scheme is feasible under certain restrictions.
Tang Jie believes that Shenzhen has successfully fought against the pandemic thanks to its strong ability of epidemiological information investigation, processing and tracking analysis, its public health response, and its decision-making efficiency.
Dr. Wu Haifeng, a researcher of SFI, pointed out at the interview of China Daily that the oil price suffered a huge pressure in a short term because of the imbalance of global supply and demand of energy and fat-finger errors of financial institutions in the derivatives markets.
Dr. Wu Haifeng, a researcher of SFI, believed that China has issued policies for economic recovery, and those policies need to be implemented continuously and effectively.
Wang Jian commented that the U.S. economy is expected to witness negative growth in Q2 and enter a recession earlier than predicted as a result of the novel coronavirus pandemic.
The commercialization of 5G technologies will become a new investment trend in 2020, and VR/AR and other downstream industries relating to 5G applications have great potential for growth, said Professor Wang Cong on Yicai, a China Business Network program.
Prof. Zou Wenli from SME at CUHK-Shenzhen conducted a thorough analysis and demonstrated the business trends upon the pandemic.
Wang Cong, believes that if Venezuela’s economy continues to decline in 2019, it may have a huge impact on South America.
In February 2019, “Outline Development Plan for the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area” (abbreviated as “Outline Development Plan”) was released.
Prof. Wang Cong asserted that the internationalization of A-shares has been accelerated which will lead to higher requirements toward regulations.
On Sept. 1, China shared tax-related information with authorities that operate under the Common Reporting Standards (CRS) as set forth by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
2019 Shenzhen Finance Institute, CUHK-SZ Summer Camp
2017 Shenzhen Finance Institute, CUHK-SZ Summer Camp
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Five-Year Development of CUHK-Shenzhen
Establishment of Shenzhen Finance Institute