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Chinese Currency (RMB) Goes Global

University of San Francisco

Saturday, October 15, 2011 from 1:30 PM to 6:00 PM (PDT)

Chinese Currency (RMB) Goes Global

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Chinese currency (RMB) gose global, this phenomenon would have an impact across the financial world, in areas from the reserve currency system to Asian financial markets and fueling a boom in offshore RMB financial markets. Even though the liberalization of RMB is still a long-term process, Hong Kong has emerged as the new global off-shore funding center for this new international currency.

As the oldest as well as being one of the leading educational institutions in San Francisco, USF has played a vital role in strengthening the San Francisco Bay Area as one of America's foremost "gateways to the Pacific Rim”.  The University of San Francisco is proud to host the first “Chinese Currency (RMB) Goes Global” conference on the West Coast to bring together business leaders, policy makers, students, and faculty to discuss this phenomenon of internationalization of the Chinese currency (RMB).

Following the keynote speech will be panel discussion with industry leaders and faculty members. We are honored to be joined by such a high-profile and tremendously experienced line-up of speakers and panelists who will stimulate and enliven discussions by sharing their unique perspectives with our participants.

This is a free event.  You must preregister to attend this conference.


Rebecca A. Fannin, Journalist, Editor, Author of Silicon Dragon

Jon Haveman, Ph.D.Vice President & Chief Economist of Bay Area Council

Ivan O. AsensioHead | FX Risk Advisory & Sales Structuring, HSBC Bank, USA

Vincent Zinck, Partner of Marquis Advisory Group

Nicholas TayProfessor of University of San Francisco

Robert Mefford, Professor of University of San Francisco 




1:30PM – 2:00PM


2:00PM – 4:00PM

Seminar/panel discussion

4:00PM – 6:00PM

Networking party after seminar










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When & Where

University of San Francisco, Lone Mountain Conference Center (LM100)
2800 Turk Blvd
San Francisco, CA 94118

Saturday, October 15, 2011 from 1:30 PM to 6:00 PM (PDT)

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University of San Francisco

     University of San Francisco is the oldest and one of the leading educational institutions in San Francisco. We are ranked in the top 25 list of the Nation’s Most Entrepreneurial Campuses by Forbes and Princeton. Since the early 1980’s, the University of San Francisco has played a vital role on the West Coast in strengthening the San Francisco Bay Area as one of America's foremost "gateways to the Pacific Rim." While the USF Center for Pacific Rim promotes understanding, communication, and cooperation among the cultures and economies of the Pacific Rim, the USF School of Management has been organizing MBA and executive programs for Chinese Enterprises and Chinese government agencies since 1986. In 2011, USF has successfully trained over 300 Executive MBA students from China in our “Silicon Valley Immersion Program.”

     The “USF Global Business Forum – China 2021” series of seminars has established itself as an important forum for scholars, business leaders, and policy-makers to gather and exchange ideas about one of the most dynamic economic regions of the world. These seminars strive to provide meaningful coverage on current trends in the dynamic economies of China.


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