China Overseas Investment Network

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Location

Events

2018

17 July

Shanghai

[Conference invitation] Taxation of Russian investment

13 July

Shanghai

Series training on Overseas investment decision-making/practical capacity building for enterprise leaders

2 July

Beijing

Infrastructure investment seminar – Central, Eastern, Southern Europe and Central Asia (CESA)

23-28 May

Beijing, Shanghai, Hangzhou

Overseas investment seminar - Portugal

25-29 May

Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong

Investment in Bordeaux, France

27 Apr

Beijing

EY was invited to attend the industry event to talk about the financial enterprise management and accounting innovation in “Belt and Road”

23 Apr

Beijing

EY participated in the annual meeting of the green finance committee in 2018 and talked about "Belt and Road" and green finance

14 Mar

Hong Kong

Investment in Europe

13 Mar

Hong Kong

EY worked with City University of Hong Kong to share the understanding of development opportunities along “Belt and Road”

26 Jan

Hong Kong

Exploring Italy cross-border M&A opportunities

2017

25 Sep

Beijing

China outbound investment C-suite executive dinner

15 May

Beijing

First Advanced International Conference on 'The Belt and Road' Industry and Finance

 

Sep 25

EY successfully held the China outbound investment C-suite executive dinner in Beijing

EY successfully held the China outbound investment C-suite executive dinner in Beijing

On 25 September 2017, EY successfully held the China outbound investment C-suite executive dinner “How does geopolitics impact your global business” in Beijing. The event drew more than 200 guests including large state-owned enterprises, private enterprises, PE funds, investment companies and financial institutions that are active in overseas investment, EY Greater China leaders and EY’s professionals around the globe.

In the dialogue session, Loletta Chow conducted an in-depth discussion with Stephen Orlins, the President of the National Committee on US-China Relations, around the impact of Trump’s administration on Chinese overseas investment.

EY successfully held the China outbound investment C-suite executive dinner in Beijing

Since Trump took office, his policy propositions on areas such as tax and investment review not only brings uncertainties to the Sino-US relations and the Asia-Pacific situations, but also impacts Chinese investment in the US. Orlins once served at the US State Department and has been a senior Wall Street executive for many years. He has formed profound insights on the Sino-US relations. During the dialogue session, he shared his thoughts on the following:

  • On the premises of job-creating and job-preserving in the US, Trump’s administration does not oppose Chinese investment. Instead, the government is willing to have broader connections with Chinese investors.
  • US has long been rigorous in reviewing investments on several sensitive industries (such as the military industries). This is not a brand new issue arising after Trump took office.
  • To seek successful investment in the US, Chinese investors should learn more than merely catering to the federal government. They need to cooperate with the local governments (like the state government) as well.
  • It is necessary for Chinese enterprises to absorb cross-cultural talent when investing in the US. Therein, China’s overseas students in the US are well equipped with cross-cultural advantages.

EY successfully held the China outbound investment C-suite executive dinner in Beijing

Another panel discussion “How does sophisticated geopolitics impact businesses along the Belt and Road” was hosted by Alex Zhu, EY Transaction Advisory Services Leader of China North. Panelists included Xiuming Wang, Chief Accountant of China Railway Construction Corporation, Yongqiang Wang, Deputy General Manager of PowerChina International Group Limited, and Danbo Yao, Director of Project Contracting Department of the China International Contractors Association. Our guests shared their understanding and insights on the importance of the Belt and Road initiative to the countries along the region, how Chinese enterprises could realize business transformation through the Belt and Road, and how to manage the underlying geopolitical risks.

EY successfully held the China outbound investment C-suite executive dinner in Beijing

Loletta Chow conducted an in-depth discussion with Stephen Orlins, the President of the National Committee on US-China Relations

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EY successfully held the China outbound investment C-suite executive dinner in Beijing

EY Greater China management team toasted for the guest, from left:

Walter Tong, EY’s Key Accounts Leader of Greater China
Philip Leung, EY’s Markets Leader of Greater China
Erica Su, EY’s Transaction Advisory Services Leader of Greater China
Loletta Chow, Global Leader of EY China Overseas Investment Network
Jennifer Xie, EY’s Strategy and Development Leader of Greater China
Albert Ng, EY’s Chairman, China, and Managing Partner of Greater China
Joe Tsang, EY’s Leader in China North
Henry Chan, EY’s Tax Leader of Greater China

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EY successfully held the China outbound investment C-suite executive dinner in Beijing

Alex Zhu discusses with three panelists the geopolitical impacts on businesses along the Belt and Road, from left:

Alex Zhu, EY’s Transaction Advisory Services Leader of China North
Xiuming Wang, Chief Accountant, China Railway Construction Corporation
Yongqiang Wang, Deputy General Manager, PowerChina International Group Limited
Danbo Yao, Director of Project Contracting Department, China International Contractors Association

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May15
EY co-host the “First Advanced International Conference on ‘The Belt and Road’ Industry and Finance”

EY co-host the “First Advanced International Conference on ‘The Belt and Road’ Industry and Finance”

The Belt and Road initiative remained the focus, especially after the Belt and Road Forum in Beijing during 14-15 May 2017. During the forum, EY co-hosted the “First Advanced International Conference on ‘The Belt and Road’ Industry and Finance” with the Silk Road Planning Research Center, ICC-NDRC and ICBC. More than 600 people from both domestic and foreign governments, high profile enterprises, financial institutions, think tanks and media outlets attended the conference. Albert Ng, EY’s Chairman, China, and Managing Partner of Greater China, was one of the keynote speakers of the conference and moderated a panel discussion with the theme of Chinese enterprises’ cross-border financing and investment practices. Meanwhile, EY is regarded as the first professional institution to join the “Silk Road Industry and Financial International Union”, which was inaugurated during the conference.

 

EY co-host the “First Advanced International Conference on ‘The Belt and Road’ Industry and Finance”

From left:

Albert Ng, EY’s Chairman, China, and Managing Partner of Greater China
Rorce Au Yeung, Co-CEO of VPower Group International Holdings Limited
Zhanghong Hu, Chairman and CEO of CCB International (Holdings) Limited
Leslie Maasdorp, Vice President and CFO of BRICS New Development Bank
Dongsheng Song, President of PowerChina International Group Limited
Gang Yin, President of China Railway Signal & Communication Corporation Limited
Li Yuan, Chairman of China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation
Jinsong Zeng, Vice President of Charoen Pokphand Group

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From the left: Walter Tong, tax service managing partner of EY Greater China; Prakash Gupta, consul general of India ; Akhil Sambhar, EY India COIN leader.

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Prakash Gupta, consul general of India

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Akhil Sambhar, EY India COIN leader

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From the left: Judy Hou, International tax service partner of EY China; Song Pan, managing director of Fosun Group; Prakash Gupta, consul general of India; Akhil Sambhar, EY India COIN leader.

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