SHANGHAI, April 26, 2012 /PRNewswire-Asia/ -- According to a study released by Cerulli Associates in October, 2011, assets under management (AUM) in Asia ex-Japan & Australia, with contributions of the expanding middle class, new pools of insurance and pension assets and the increasing foreign investors, are expected to nearly double to US$4 trillion by 2015. Asia will probably become one of the world's largest asset management markets, of which China is much more likely to be the principal engine.
As an extension of Wealth Management & Private Banking Asia Serial Summit, Global Asset Management China 2012 will be held on June 13 to 14, 2012 in Shanghai, China. It will be a high-end professional trade conference, focusing on innovation and partnerships of financial investment. Bringing together over 250 global leaders of securities, funds, futures, insurances, trusts, investment banks, commercial banks, private banks, PE firms and asset management companies to address the most pressing issues including domestic and international macro-economic situations, Chinese and foreign assets management industry comparative analysis, RMB exchange rate, investment strategy, stock index futures, hedge funds, quantitative investment, equity investment, financial derivatives' innovation, art investment, gold investment, asset allocation, risk management, and other areas.
At the 4th Annual Wealth Management and Private Banking Asia Summit (the WMPB serial summits) on Nov 28 and 29, 2011 in Shanghai, there were over 280 participants from wealth management and private banking, of whom 37 speakers shared their experience in wealth management and financial investment. Carrying forward the success of the WMPB serial summits, Global Asset Management China 2012, will further focus on hot issues in asset management through brainstorming and will build up a B2B platform of innovation and communication for Chinese and overseas asset managers as well as institutions to better understand the current macro economy in China, development trends of the industry and related policies.
June 13th – 14th, 2012
InterContinental Shanghai Pudong Shanghai,CHINA
Michael DUTel: (86 21) 3251-6012Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
SOURCE Shine Media International Ltd.