Lujiazui forum to explore ideas to build Shanghai into financial hub in new era

The Lujiazui forum 2018 on June 14 and 15 will hear views and opinions of over 400 guests on deepening financial reform and opening up. 

The two-day 10th Lujiazui forum 2018 will see more than 400 guests from home and abroad discussing “building Shanghai into an international financial center in a new era.”

As Shanghai is accelerating efforts in building the city into an international financial center, the forum, to be held on June 14 and 15, aims to learn from leaders from around the world on how to further identify and tap the city’s potential.

The People's Bank of China governor Yi Gang and Shanghai Mayor Ying Yong will co-chair the event, according to forum organizers. Over 50 participants, including regulators, scholars and professionals, will speak at the forum.

As this year marks the 40th anniversary of China’s opening-up and reform and the 10th anniversary of the international community’s efforts in coping with the global financial crisis, participants will discuss topics ranging from China’s financial development, financial governance system, to deepening financial reform and opening-up and preventing financial risks, according to Xie Dong, deputy director of the Shanghai Financial Service Office.

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