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Liquidity Crunch Forum
9 November, 2011 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
ASrIA, China Water Risk and the British Consulate-General Hong Kong will host “Liquidity Crunch” featuring expert speakers who will present their analysis on how climate change and water scarcity will impact China’s economic rise and pose potential energy constraints. Implications for investors and businesses in China will be significant. The new 12th Five Year Plan has some of the most aggressive energy, water and emission reduction targets to date. How will different industries be affected? Will they need to relocate? What can governments and businesses do to mitigate these risks? Experts will share their insights to these questions and more.
Rebecca Mikula Wright – General Manager, ASrIA: Before joining ASrIA, Rebecca worked in JPMorgan and Robert Flemings in London and later JPMorgan Chase in Sydney. She was also a senior credit analyst with Exxon Mobil and came to Hong Kong as Regional Business Manager for Equity Research with Nomura.
Wai-Shin Chan – Director, Climate Change Strategy, Asia Pacific, HSBC: Wai-Shin’s role involves helping HSBC’s clients to prepare their portfolios for the effects of climate change, as well as internal consulting for different business functions within the bank.
Debra Tan – Director, China Water Risk: Debra heads the China Water Risk team. She was responsible for the build out and launch of the China Water Risk web site. Debra was previously an investment banker with over a decade in finance.
Isabel Hilton – Editor, China Dialogue: Isabel Hilton is a London-based international journalist and broadcaster. She is also the editor of chinadialogue, an independent, non-commercial, bilingual website devoted to the publication of high quality information and debate on the environment.
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