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The Rise of E-Finance and Mobile Payments in China

2014-09-17 · Beijing

E-finance has been a hot theme in the backdrop of China’s rapid development. From online brokerage services and e-commerce to credit management and online payments, many academics and industry professionals believe that the financial services industry as a whole is undergoing a fundamental transformation as a result of this phenomenon.

 

To learn more about the rise of e-finance in China and globally, we invite you to join a discussion with Chen Long, CKGSB Professor of Finance and Associate Dean, who is an expert on E-finance.

 

Date: September 17, 2014 (Wednesday)

Time: 17:00-18:00 (Registration starts at 16:30)
Venue: CKGSB Beijing Campus, Oriental Plaza 2/F, Tower E3, 1 East Chang An Ave.
Language: English
Organizer: Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business,
                     The American Chamber of Commerce in China
RSVP: If you wish to attend please register with your information of name, company, title and contact information with Candy Han at yhan@ckgsb.edu.cn or 85188858 ext. 3264 , we will confirm your attendance before the event. Spaces are limited, please register now to reserve your seat!

 

Agenda:

16:30-17:00 Registration
17:00-17:05 Introduction
17:05-17:35 Keynote Speech
Dr. Chen Long
, Associate Dean of DBA Program and Alumni Affairs, Director of Asset Valuation Center, Professor of Finance, CKGSB
17:35-17:50 Q&A
17:50-18:00 Closing Remarks

 

 

About Dr. Chen Long

 

Dr. Chen Long is a Professor of Finance, as well as an Associate Dean of the DBA Program and Alumni Affairs at CKGSB. Dr. Chen also serves as Director of CKGSB’s Asset Valuation Center. From 2001 to 2008, Dr. Chen served as Assistant Professor of Finance at Michigan State University, where he received an Excellence in Teaching award in 2003. Dr. Chen serves as referee at numerous finance journals, including the Journal of Finance, Review of Financial Studies, and Journal of Money, Credit and Banking. Chen's business exposure includes two years working in an import and export corporation in China and one year as a professional trader for the commodity futures market. He received his Ph.D. in Finance from the University of Toronto in 2001.