China's capital markets last year were certainly dynamic, some would call it a rollercoaster. Will it last? Where is it heading? Come hear what Mr. Qi Bin, the Director General of China Securities Regulatory Commission, has to say about it. The University of Chicago GSB Beijing Alumni Club invites you to attend a talk on Sunday, March 2nd on the topic: "China's capital markets and its path to globalization"


Traders Hotel
Function Room 1
No. 1 Jianguomenwai Avenue
Beijing, China


Member RMB 100, non-member RMB 120


Register Online
Limited seats,so please book early to avoid disappointment!

Deadline: 2/29/2008


11:00 AM-3:00 PM: Brunch + Panel Session + Networking

Speaker Profiles

Mr. Qi Bin (Speaker)
Director General, China Securities Regulatory Commission

Mr Qi graduated from Department of Modern Applied Physics of Tsinghua University in 1991 and he stayed on to teach since then. In 1992, he went to study in U.S.A. and in 1995 got his Master's degree in biophysics and passed the qualification examination for doctorate in Rochester University. In 1997, he got his MBA degree from the Business School of Chicago University. After that, he had been engaged in finance in Wall Street, covering the core businesses, such as corporate financing and asset management for investment banks. In 1998, he joined Goldman Sachs Group and helped establish the Department of Asset Management for Large Clients. He also took on the responsibility for selecting the Pension Fund Manager (in charge of 12 billion dollars) and also in Investment Management. In April 2000, as a partner he joined a risk investment and hedge fund management company. In October 2000, he was invited back to China as an overseas expert by CSRC to make plans for the development of China's securities market and to formulate relevant regulations and policies. He was appointed as the Director General of CSRC Research Center in 2006.


Kai Li,'06 (AXP-5)