Digital Intelligence Technology Seminar for Senior Managers of Asset Management Institutions
23-24 April, 2021, Shanghai, China – The Digital Intelligence Technology Seminar for Senior Managers of Asset Management Institutions was successfully held at the Shanghai CLIIF Lujiazui Institute of International Finance. The seminar was co- hosted by the Investment Technology League (ITL) and the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR), CIFAL Shanghai, and co- organized by the Shanghai Asset Management Association (SAMA). The seminar was supported by the Shanghai Municipal Financial Regulatory Bureau.
This seminar invited 14 experts from government regulatory agencies, internationally renowned consulting institutions such as McKinsey & Company and The Boston Consulting Group, well-known financial institutions such as Huatai Securities, Harvest Fund, and outstanding domestic asset managementtechnology companies to give lectures, focusing on the hot spots of digital transformation in the assetmanagement industry, showcasing the world’s latest and best financial technology applications. More than 80 chairmen, general managers, and deputy general managers from domestic and foreign fundcompanies, securities companies, investment institutions and other asset management institutions participated in this seminar.
Ms. XIE Dong, the Director of the Shanghai Municipal Financial Regulatory Bureau, Mr. GE Ping, theDeputy Director of the Shanghai Municipal Financial
Regulatory Bureau, Mr. YANG Qiang, the Chairman of ITL and Mr. XIAO Jing (virtually), the Vice Chairman of ITL, Mr. WANG Genxiang the Director of UNITRA CIFAL Shanghai, Mr. WU Yugang, the Deputy Director of UNITRA CIFAL Shanghai, Mr. LIU Jianping, Mr. TANG Jinxi, Mr. HAN Kang, the ITL co-convenors attended the seminar.
At the closing ceremony, Ms. XIE Dong, the Director of the Shanghai Municipal Financial Regulatory Bureau, in her remarks, expressed great gratitude to the organizer of the seminar for their efforts in the construction of the Shanghai Financial Science and Technology Center, and hoped that the participantshave gained, learned, and accomplished something from this seminar. Moreover, she hoped that theparticipants are not simply inspired, but also encouraged to take action in exploring and practicing innovation technology in the asset management, in deepening digital transformation, and achieving stability and long-term progress. It is hoped that with the joint support of all parties, and through the implementation of innovative practices and scenarios one by one, the Shanghai Financial Science andTechnology Center and the Asset Management Center will be constructed with great synergy, and to further contribute to the great goal of the Shanghai International Financial Center.