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    Saturday, October 27, 2018

    unctad speakers highlighting un and china

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    Photo of Marc Tjoe Fat
    Marc Tjoe Fat
    Business Developer
    Hutong School
     ACADEMIA
    I have been fortunate enough to have travelled independently to almost 50 countries. My aim is to lift developing countries up through digital innovation. With 3 years of experience in consulting, digital marketing and event management, I am currently working as a business developer in China, whilst learning Mandarin Chinese.
    My company, Hutong School, arranges internships in China for foreign students. Additionally, we help corporations by organizing immersive experiences for employees that will teach them Mandarin Chinese as well as Chinese business culture.
    Some of our partners include Volkswagen, HSBC, BMW & Nestle.

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    Yang Xiaohua, PHD
    Professor of International Business
    University of San Francisco and Hunan Normal University
     ACADEMIA
    Dr. Xiaohua Yang is a full professor of International Business and is the founding director of China Business Studies Initiative in the School of Management at the University of San Francisco. She is Xiaoxiang Scholder at Moral Culture Research Institue of Hunan Normal University. She specializes in internationalization of firms, international R&D strategic alliances, and foreign market entry strategies. Dr. Yang is a recipient of multiple Best Paper Awards from prestigious international conferences, the outstanding research award and the outstanding service award from the USF School of Management as well as the prestigious China Natural Science Foundation grant. Widely published in international journals, she is the Senior editor of the Journal of Asia Business studies, guest editor of several top journals including Asia Pacific Journal of Management and Business Ethics Quarterly, among other editorial credentials. Dr. Yang has served on numerous boards and has consulted companies and government agencies in a number of countries, including US, China, Australia, Finland, and Armenia. She has been interviewed by CBS, Xinhua Daily, San Francisco Business Times, Daily Economic News, Wenzhou Daily, Sing Tao Daily, Chinese Biz News and Armenia National TV.  She is frequently invited to speak at international conferences, forums and symposia, including HYSTA annual conferences, Berkeley China Forum, Wenzhou Pareto Public Policy Colloquium, and Harvard conferences on China Goes Global.
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    Huang Meng
    Under Secretary-General
    International Development Information Organization-DevNet
     NGO (NON GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS)
    I am Huang Meng from International Development Information Organization-DevNet, ngo of special consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council. We are based in Shanghai, China.
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    Jingyan Guo, CFA member
    Manager of product
    Minsheng bank of China
     PRIVATE SECTOR
    Work for bank over 10 years
    Walk around the world 2 years ago
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    Xue Linlin
    Chairman
    Shi Ji Yuan Xing (BEI JING) International cultural exchange center.
     PRIVATE SECTOR
    Mrs. Xue is chairman of Shi Ji Yuan Xing (BEI JING) International cultural exchange center
    2014 special guest of dialogue economy interview with new power entrepreneur.
    In 2015, he was named “outstanding figure in promoting the innovative development of China’s industrial economy”.
    In 2016, he was named “2016 innovative outstanding entrepreneur”.
    Named “” the most influential person in China’s private economy" “in 2017
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    Yip Wai Nga
    Special Assistant
    AFRICADESK.ASIA
     PRIVATE SECTOR
    Africa Desk (Asia) Limited was registered in Hong Kong ,China in
    2013,compliance with laws. We devote to encourage enterprises to invest
    and develop in Africa. Enterprises are major clients of Africa
    Desk.Asia, we offer one-stop consultancy services :Projects Matching
    and Project investigation etc. At the same time, we devote promote
    economic and cultural exchange between China and Africa, such as
    organize Business Tour ,Seminar etc. Africa Desk.Aisa is a cooperative

    partner with more than 20 Countries of Africa , have an support from the
    Government to achieved the PPP & BOT projects ,created more jobs and
    entering a new market.
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    Minjia Wu
    Senior Analyst
    SOSV
     PRIVATE SECTOR
    I am a senior analyst at SOSV, a US$300M AUM accelerator-focused venture capital fund, based in it’s Shanghai office Chinaccelerator, East Asia’s first startup accelerator. I manage 30+ early stage software companies with a combined market cap of $104M. Previously, I was a production assistant at ABC News Beijing, putting together news stories across China, North Korea, Laos, and the Philippines. I hold a BA in Politics from Wellesley College.
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    Rong Lu, international tax law,llm
    student
    King's College London
     ACADEMIA
    I am a practicing lawyer in China for 3 years, focusing on dispute resolution . Now I am taking llm in King’s College London.

    alueducation.com
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    Spencer Ton
    Vice President
    African Leadership Group
     ACADEMIA
    Spencer Ton is Vice President of Strategy at the African Leadership Group and leads strategy and product development for the African Leadership University’s accelerated schools (ALX) and education finance company (ALFC).
    Spencer is also a Partner of the Vitrum Group, a strategy and investment firm focused on disruptive solutions and technologies that address supply chain innovation, workforce development, and education in emerging markets.

Prior to this role, Spencer was the first Executive Director of the Cordes Foundation, a private, family foundation based in New York & San Francisco. In this role, Spencer was charged with overseeing the foundation’s strategy in building out a more safe and secure world though the advancement of the foundation’s philanthropic, impact investing, and field building work around women and girls empowerment and poverty alleviation through social enterprise. The scope for the Cordes Foundation’s work is global and impact driven with partnerships across Africa, Asia, Latin America, and North America. Prior to this role, Spencer was a Director at the Global Center for Social Entrepreneurship at the University of the Pacific, a pioneer in social entrepreneurship education and hosted the U.S. China Social Enterprise, which convened and engaged 50 leaders from Mainland China in social entrepreneurship. Spencer served as a Teach in Asia Fellow in Hue, Vietnam and worked at the Friends of Hue Foundation to build out a microfinance strategy for rural farmers in Central Vietnam. Spencer also co-founded Design Capital, a social enterprise and design incubator that creates products and processes that sustain alternative supply chains to prevent environmental and labor exploitation in the fashion industry. He is deeply committed to transparency in retail supply chains and building initiatives that enhance workers rights and conscious consumerism globally. He is passionate about travel, convening, fashion, and global education reform. Spencer is a member of the United Nations Global Accelerator and serves on the board of Ashesi University, Educate!, Design Capital, and the Millennium Campus Network.
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    Yong Li
    Director General
    UNIDO
     UNITED NATIONS
    LI Yong, Director General of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), has had an extensive career as a senior economic and financial policy-maker. As Vice-Minister of Finance of the People’s Republic of China and member of the Monetary Policy Committee of the Central Bank for a decade, Mr. Li was involved in setting and harmonizing fiscal, monetary and industrial policies, and in supporting sound economic growth in China. He pushed forward financial sector reform, and prompted major financial institutions to establish corporate governance, deal with toxic assets and strengthen risk management. Mr. Li gave great importance to fiscal and financial measures in favor of agricultural development and SMEs, the cornerstones for creating economic opportunities, reducing poverty and promoting gender equality. He played a key role in China’s cooperation with multilateral development organizations, such as the World Bank Group and the Asian Development Bank.
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    Jiangyun Hu
    Senior Research Fellow
    Development Research Center of the State Council of PRC.
     ACADEMIA
    PhD., Senior Research Fellow, employed at Development Research Centre of the State Council (DRC) as the division chief of the foreign economic relations department, in charge of foreign economic policies for China central government.
    His research fields include as following: Foreign economic policies of China, WTO rules, FDI, International economic cooperation, etc. His scholar papers are praised and commented on by the central government leaders. In the meantime, Dr. Hu took part in and presided over several national important research projects, with access to the national foreign trade and economic research paper award, as well as the China Development Research Awards, etc.

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    Pan Pan
    Deputy Director, Sustainable Land Use; Flagship Manager, Climate-smart Agriculture
    Climate-KIC
     IGO (INTERGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS)
    Pan Pan has over 15 years of industry, investment and start-up experience as a finance professional and entrepreneur. She has expertise in alternative investments, agribusiness, impact investing and public-private partnerships.
    She is the founder of investment advisory boutique Pantèra Ventures and also currently serves as Deputy Director, Sustainable Land Use for Climate-KIC, Europe’s largest public-private partnership on climate change. As part of her role, she manages the Climate-smart Agriculture Booster innovation platform and accelerator. Previously she worked for the global agribusiness Bunge as a portfolio manager and Head of China in its Financial Services Group, which launched and managed the Bunge Emissions Fund.
    She has an MBA from INSEAD (France), BA in Economics from Northwestern (USA) and qualified as a Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst (CAIA). She was selected as a World Economic Forum Global Leadership Fellow, LGT Impact Fellow, and a member of the Financial Times Global Board Ready Women’s group and INSEAD Private Equity Club Swiss committee.
    Prior to her business career, she was trained as a professional pianist since age of five at the Shanghai Conservatory of Music (China) and Eastman School of Music (USA) on full scholarship. Born in Hangzhou, China, Pan has lived, studied and worked across continents and is based in Geneva, Switzerland.
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    Kevin Lu
    Chairman of Asia
    Partners Group
     SPEAKER
    Dr. Kevin Lu is a Partner, Chairman of Asia and a Member of the Global Executive Board at Partners Group, a global private equity firm with $78 billion AUM. He chairs the Impact Committee of the firm’s sustainability fund PG LIFE. He is also head of the Singapore office with 280 staff. Prior to Partners Group, Kevin held various senior management positions at the World Bank Group. He served on the Senior Management Team of the Bank Group’s Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency for eight years as its Chief Financial Officer and Regional Director of Asia.
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    Degang Li
    Managing Director
    Greenwoods Asset Management
     PRIVATE SECTOR
    Greenwoods is one of the top China-based Hedge fund and PE firms with AUM over 10 billion US$.
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/degang-li-751684156
    my email:lidegang@greenwoodsasset.com
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    Gao Yang
    Government Affairs Coordinator/Project Manager & Legal Counsel
    European Union Chamber of Commerce in China

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    Yu Jing
    SVP, Public Relations and International Cooperation Department
    China Investment Corporation

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    Fei Ren
    Director, Division I for Business Development, Department of Multilateral Cooperation, China Chamber of International Commerce
    China Chamber of International Commerce
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    Quynh Vu
    Deputy Director General
    Ministry of Planning and Investment

    The Sustainable Stock Exchange (SSE) initiative – launched by UNCTAD, the United Nations Global Compact(UNGC), the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and the** Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI)** – is a global platform for promoting responsible investment for sustainable development. Bringing together its 70 partner exchanges, securities regulators, investors, companies and other stakeholders, the SSE Global Dialogue is the largest global gathering of stock exchange leaders exclusively devoted to sustainable development.
    The 2018 Global Dialogue, organized in partnership with the World Federation of Exchanges (WFE), will strengthen consensus and action among capital market leaders on their contribution to sustainable development.
    Issues for the debate:
    • Bringing a stock exchange perspective to the SDGs: The experience with promoting Environmental,
    social, and governance (ESG) transparency among listed companies and innovative sustainability themed products (e.g. ESG indices, green bonds, etc.).
    • What is the appropriate role for regulators and policymakers and what should be left to stock exchanges, investors and issuers?
    • What practical steps are exchanges and regulators taking to integrate sustainable development into securities markets?
    Event Manager: Mr. Anthony Miller
    Contact email: anthony.miller@unctad.org

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