Other Upcoming SupChina Events
VC and Impact Investing in China: Investing in a Time of Uncertainty| October 27, 2020
Join Christopher Marquis, Cornell professor and host of the China Corner Office Podcast, for a live recording featuring guest Virginia Tan, Founding Partner and CEO of Teja Ventures, the first gender lens VC fund for emerging Asia. On October 27th, they will sit down to discuss venture capital and impact investing in China; the global $18 trillion market of female consumers; and how Asia investors are grappling with today’s challenging geopolitical and policy environment.
Private Wealth Management: China-U.S. cross-border considerations | October 29, 2020
Join Pillsbury, along with guest speakers from Citi Private Bank and BNY Mellon International Wealth Management, as we have a conversation about our perspectives, insights, and real case studies about the most noticeable challenges faced by multijurisdictional and multigenerational wealthy families.
Digital Transformation in a Post-COVID Era | November 19, 2020
During this SupChina CEO Webinar, CEO of Mitsubishi International Jason Stevens and Vice-Chairman of the Americas for Standard Chartered Bank, Jeremy Amias will discuss global digital transformation and how to run your business in a new post-COVID and post-election era.
Asia focused PE leader on his new book, Money Games and market outlook | December 10, 2020
Join SupChina for a CEO webinar featuring the Chairman and CEO of PAG Private Equity Weijian Shan. At this Webinar Shan will discuss his new book “Money Games: The Inside Story of How American Dealmakers Saved Korea’s Most Iconic Bank” as well as current market outlooks.
Other Upcoming China Events
A USHCA Event – Big Power Responsibility: How U.S. & China can collaborate on climate change | October 21, 2020
As the world’s dominant powers, the U.S. and China have a tremendous influence and impact on a global response for climate change. In this discussion we will hear from Barbara Finamore, Senior Strategic Director for Asia at the Natural Resources Defense Council, Fritz Mayer, Dean of the Josef Korbel School of International Studies at the University of Denver, Beth Keck 柯 培 新, Volkswagen Sustainability Chair, Schwarzman Scholar at Tsinghua University, and Professor Sam Zhao, Director of the Center for China-US Cooperation, on how US and China can collaborate on Climate Change for the benefit of our world.
A USHCA Event: Student Forum | October 23, 2020
For Chinese students who have come to study in the U.S. and those who are hoping to come someday, their private ambitions to pursue a future in the U.S. are confronted with challenges on multiple fronts: CoVID-19, deteriorating U.S. – China relations, and restrictive U.S. policies to name a few. To help the Chinese Students in the U.S., the USHCA community is coming together via our first Student Forum to offer them our support. Please join us! You do not need to be a student to attend.
A WSCRC Event: Decoupling or Reset? Update on the U.S.-China Trade Relationship
and Outlook for 2021 | October 29, 2020
In this webinar Spencer Cohen, a trade economist, will review the status of the Phase I deal and discuss recent trade trends including the latest developments in our economic relationship with China. Cameron Johnson, a Shanghai-based business consultant, will provide an on-the-ground perspective on the status of our trade ties with China and share the sentiment among U.S. businesses based in China. Both Spencer and Cameron will then share their thoughts on the future of this relationship with either a Trump or Biden Administration in 2021.
A USHCA Event: Nursing in Greater China & The U.S. in 2020 | November 19, 2020
2020 has been an especially challenging year for healthcare professionals as well as educators who have worked hand-in-hand across the US and China in the past. In this discussion, we bring together practitioners, administrators, and others involved in the field of nursing to discuss experiences relevant to Chinese and American nurses, including the challenges of the COVID pandemic, as well as the future of U.S. – China nursing collaboration.