TORONTO, June 30, 2015 /CNW/ - On July 8, 2015, The Honourable Joe Oliver is set to address private business leaders and financial industry professionals on increasing investment and trade between the two countries. Organized by the Canadian Chinese Finance Association, the Forum will offer insights into favourable cross-border opportunities, the development of new business relationships and, access to today's thought leaders in Canada-China relations.
Minister Oliver will discuss the benefits of renewed potential in generating sustainable economic development and growth with Canada's second largest trading partner. In addition, leading speakers from Bank of China, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, Construction Bank of China, Scotiabank, BMO, Royal Bank, Canada Pension Plan Investment Board, TMX, Manulife, McCarthy, QuanTTran Investments, Goldmount Capital, AIMA, Centre of Excellence in Financial Services Education, and the Ontario Ministry of Trade and Economic Development will present on the topics:
- Canadian and Chinese Bank Cross Border Strategies
- RMB International Settlement Opportunity and Impact
- Outlook of Global Commodities Price – Impact and Opportunities for Canadian and Chinese Companies and Investors
- Canadian Fund Investment Strategies in China
- Merger and Acquisition in Canada -- Opportunities for Chinese Companies and Investors
- Merging Canadian Technologies with Chinese Markets
Members of the media are invited to attend the Canada China Finance Summit on July 8 at the TMX Gallery, The Exchange, for the Opening Ceremony at 8:30 a.m. and the luncheon with The Honourable Joe Oliver at 12:00 p.m.
About The Canadian-Chinese Finance Association
The CCFA is a not-for-profit organization founded by Chinese professionals in Canada's financial industry and educational institutions. The objective of the association is to create an enabling environment to help members develop their professional career and facilitate collaboration in the financial industry between Canada and China.
SOURCE The Canadian-Chinese Finance Association