As the Chinese economy adjusts to what President Xi has termed the “new normal”—slower growth, with higher quality and more innovation—an historic shift in foreign investment is occurring. After decades of capital flooding into China, foreign reserves have peaked and the investment tide is now flowing in the other direction.
Duke Kunshan University, Duke’s Fuqua School of Business and Duke Law School are leveraging their combined intellectual resources, stunning facilities and geographic reach to bring you the Duke International Finance Forum. We cordially invite you to join renowned international scholars and top professionals in private equity, law, government policy, venture capital, corporate strategy, banking and technology to discuss the changing flow of investment funds into and out of China, and the new opportunities and risks involved.
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Scholars in international law, finance, strategy, corporate governance and other disciplines from China, Europe and the U.S. will convene to discuss cutting edge academic research on private equity, international investment, corporate finance and the Chinese economy.
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Leaders from, CIC, Tencent, Fosun, Shenzhen Capital Group, BYD, The Carlyle Group, MOFCOM and top international law firms will gather to share their perspectives on what it takes to succeed in making strategic investments into and out of China. With China’s “new normal” policies aimed at altering the balance between the government and the market, will Chinese companies seeking acquisitions abroad be helped or hurt? What new opportunities will be created for those seeking to invest into China?
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