27-29 May 2015, Hong Kong. The symposium on EU-Asian capital markets regulation provides a unique opportunity for global, European and Asian policy makers, high-level regulators, leading academics and industry representatives to meet and discuss important issues impacting the effective functioning of EU Asian trade, investment and capital markets. The cornerstone of the Annual Symposium on EU-Asia Relations in Financial Services is the candid, intimate exchange of ideas and dialogue between global financial counterparts. This dialogue takes place in small group discussions and plenary sessions, as well as in more informal sessions at meals. Keynote addresses and panel discussions also serve to initiate and enhance the interactive dialogue, which is conducted under Chatham House Rules in order to foster an open exchange of ideas. These discussions are synthesized and presented on the final day of the Symposium in a plenary session. Programme format: A three-day symposium off-the-record and closed to the media with keynote speeches, high-level cocktail and dinner, small group break-out sessions, panels and networking. Delegate profile: This event is by invitation only and limited to around 100 high-level regulators, policy makers, academics and sell-side and buy-side firm representatives.
Professor Arner, who is also a member of the Hong Kong Financial Services Development Council, is scheduled to be a panelist on the internationalisation of the RMB and global economic implications scheduled for 29 May, 9-10:30am. The Asian Institute of International Financial Law is a proud academic partner of this event. Click here to download the full symposium programme.