"Wall Street under the Financial Crisis:

Opportunities and Challenges to the Financial Markets in US and China"

 

 

Open Registration Invitation Letter



Dear Current and Prospective Wall Street Chinese Professionals:

 
As you have experienced or witnessed, the financial crisis has permanently changed the Wall Street. Not only have Lehman Brothers, Bear Stearns, Merrill Lynch and several other financial institutions bankrupted or restructured, the overall Wall Street landscapes have changed. What’s the current status of the financial crisis? How will the proposed tight US government regulations evolve the Wall Street? How will the Wall Street transitions bring opportunities and challenges to China’s financial market?


In order to help you better understand these questions, Fudan Alumni Association USA together with Beida and other 14 Chinese finance associations will jointly organize a financial forum on August 29, 2009. We have invited distinguished professionals, prominent legal counsels,
top government official and leading scholar to discuss what opportunities and challenges will emerge from the financial crisis to both financial markets in US and China.
 

The forum will be conducted in an open discussion style. We sincerely invite you to attend the forum and join the discussions. You will have a good opportunity to network with other Wall Street Chinese professionals.

How to Register: Please go to www.wallstreetchinese.org for online registration.

Registration Fee: $50 (lunch and other catering services are included).

Please Note: Due to space limitation, only first 200 registers will be accepted. If you are interested in the forum, we urge you to register as soon as your convenience. The online registration will be closed on August 25 12:00AM. Both online and on-site registrations will be closed when the 200 capacity is reached.

We are looking forward to your participation! For any questions please don't hesitate to contact us This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

The Wall Street Financial Forum Organizing Committee
August 1, 2009