Networking in Shenzhen

One of China''s financial centres is getting a new organization for young professionals.

A handful of mid-level financial professionals in Shenzhen is organizing a new association with the support of the Shenzhen Securities Association to provide networking opportunities for the industry. The Shenzhen Society of Financial Professionals will kick off its inaugural event on 2 December, says Gerald Klayman, a member of the business development department at Baoying Fund Management.

He, along with his colleague Yu Bing, Penghua Fund Management's Ken Dooley and ABN AMRO Securities chief representative Ruth Li, have garnered the support of organizations such as the Shenzhen branch of the China Securities Regulatory Commission and the Shenzhen Stock Exchange to create a young professionals' group.

Klayman notes that in cities such as Beijing, foreign...

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