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Andrew Sheng
 
Distinguished Fellow
Asia Global Institute, The University of Hong
Kong
   
  Andrew Sheng is Distinguished Fellow of Asia Global Institute, University of Hong Kong, and Chief
Adviser to the China Banking Regulatory Commission. He has written extensively on international
finance and monetary economics, financial regulation, and global governance and sits on several
international, regional and national boards and advisory panels.
   
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Andrew Sheng writes for...
     
  Asia News Network
East Asia Forum
  Caijing (Chinese)
Project Syndicate
  Caixin Online (English)
South China Morning Post
  Caixin (Chinese)
The Globalist
  Central Banking
The Star Online
     
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Beyond Structural Reform in China
 
Article (Project Syndicate)
29th July 2016
China must tackle challenges of market and
bureaucratic inefficiencies in addition to
supply-side structural reform
 
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Latest Video
 
Latest Presentation
 
ECB Forum 2016: Panel: Financial
Regulatory Challenges
 
Media (ECB Forum 2016, Sintra)
29th June 2016
Panel assesses the impact of post-crisis financial
regulatory reforms from a policy perspective and
takes a look at future reforms still to come
 
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Launch of Shadow Banking in China:
An Opportunity for Financial Reform
 
Asia Global Institute, The University of Hong Kong
11th July 2016
Sheds light on scale of China shadow banking
risks by eliminating definitional issues of
double-counting and under-counting
 
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Latest Book
 
 
Shadow Banking in China: An
Opportunity for Financial Reform
 
Book (Wiley)
2016
Sheds light for both Western and Eastern
thinkers on the shadow (banks) of the Chinese
financial markets (
Flyer)
 
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  • Shadow Banking in China Book LaunchLaunch of 'Shadow Banking in China: An Opportunity for Financial Reform' book, published by John Wiley and edited by Andrew Sheng and Ng Chow Soon
  • Launch of Shadow Banking in China: 
An Opportunity for Financial ReformSheds light on scale of China shadow banking risks by eliminating definitional issues of double-counting and under-counting
  • SHADOW BANKING IN CHINA: AN OPPORTUNITY FOR FINANCIAL REFORMSheds light for both Western and Eastern thinkers on the shadow (banks) of the Chinese financial markets
  • ECB FORUM 2016: PANEL: FINANCIAL REGULATORY CHALLENGESPanel assesses the impact of post-crisis financial regulatory reforms from a policy perspective and takes a look at future reforms still to come
  • IMF ADVANCING ASIA CONFERENCE, SESSION 6: FINANCE, FINANCIAL INCLUSION AND GROWTH: CHALLENGES FOR THE NEXT DECADEThis session examines ways to maintain stability while ensuring continued growth and opportunity, and look at financial inclusion in Asia
  • ASIAN FINANCIAL FORUM 2016: KEYNOTE LUNCHEON WITH DR. BEN S. BERNANKEAndrew Sheng moderates Ben Bernanke's session on the impact of normalising interest rates in the U.S. on global growth
  • CHINA SLOWDOWN: ARE INVESTORS TOO PESSIMISTIC?In a global slowdown, the fact that the Chinese economy is slowing, but still growing and is a net saver is a very important story.
  • LOSING POWERWith underlying imbalances correcting, prospects of higher interest rates will mean the pricking of the global asset bubble
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Come September, a World in Crisis Will
Look in Vain to the G20 for Leadership
 
Article (South China Morning Post)
10th August 2016
Unless each society acts more convincingly on
its own inclusivity, lack of leadership and distrust
of establishment will further divide societies
 
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  (Paper | CIGI-UNEP Inquiry Symposium)
1st-3rd December 2014
CIGI-UNEP Convening Papers
(Paper | CIGI, Fixing Climate Governance Series)
10th June 2015
Central Banks Can and Should Do Their
Part in Funding Sustainability
     
 
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