Developing derivatives in China

At Societe GeneraleÆs Derivatives Forum in Shanghai the movers and shakers in the mainland market discussed how to expand the market, but also warned of the dangers.
A veritable whoÆs who of mainland regulators and central bankers lined the first two rows of Societe GeneraleÆs Derivatives Forum at the Regal International East Asia Hotel in Shanghai on Friday 31 March.

About two hundred local bankers, security house and insurance company executives and fund managers rounded out the rest of the audience who gathered to discuss how to develop derivative products in China.

The main points the Societe Generale speakers continuously drove home were that encouraging clear guidelines and educating investors would help develop the business, which would be beneficial to the country because it could help attract more capital investment.

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