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Boao Forum for Asia Annual Conference 2014, 8 - 11 April

Asia's new future: Identifying new growth drivers

Deloitte is proud to be the Intellectual Supporting Partner of the Boao Forum for Asia (BFA) Annual Conference 2014, and to help fellow delegates generate insights and ideas that support business growth.

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Boao 2014China's premier Li Keqiang will be attending to deliver the opening remarks at this year's conference, which will cover nearly 60 panel discussions with a focus on reform, innovation and sustainable development in Asia.  A senior delegation of Deloitte partners including Deloitte Global GFSI Leader Chris Harvey, Deloitte China Financial Services Industry Leader Tim Pagett, Deloitte China Senior Partner Chris Lu, Deloitte China Chairman Joseph Lo, Deloitte China Vice Chairman Hopes Jin, Deloitte Taiwan CEO Clark Chen, Deloitte China National Managing Partner of Government Relations and Public Affairs Jennifer Xie, and Deloitte China National Managing Partner, Clients, Industries & Markets, Paul Siu, will participate to share their views with business leaders, politicians and intellectuals on topics related to this year's theme  "Asia's new future: Identifying new growth drivers".

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The recent decade has led to profound business model changes in Asia and globally, facilitated by the new global economic order and digitization.  It is estimated that by 2020, over 40% of global GDP will come from Asia, and world population will reach 7.6 billion, of which 6 billion will be mobile phone users, and 5 billion will be internet users.  As these trends develop in tandem with the unique characteristics of Asia as a region, we ask:


Deloitte's participation 

Private Sector Roundtable

Deregulation: What does it mean for the private sector?

Private sector leaders will share their input to sum up the private sector growth in the past year, as well as challenges and solutions.

Time & date: 9:30 - 11:30am, Wednesday, 9 April 2014

Venue: ICC, Level 1, Dong Yu Grand Ballroom B 

Moderators: Chris Lu, Deloitte China Senior Partner, and Jennifer Xie, Deloitte China National Managing Partner of Government Relations and Public Affairs

Discussion leaders:

  • Bao Yujun, Chairman, China Private Sector Association
  • Hai Wen, Vice President, Peking University
  • Jiang Xipei, Chairman, Far East Holding
  • Li Zibing, President, China Association of SMEs
  • Zhang Yue, Chairman & President, BROAD Group

China CEO Roundtable (By invitation)

Business reform imperatives: Adapting to the new dynamics of Asia

Senior executives of major multinational corporations with significant investments in China will exchange views, experiences and ideas on adapting their current business models to the realities of Asia's dynamic developments. Just as your organizational capability in Asia is very different now from five years ago, what do we see five years ahead?

Time & date: 9:30-11:30am, Wednesday, 9 April 2014

Venue: ICC, Level 1, Peacock 1 

Moderators: Chris Harvey, Deloitte Global GFSI Leader, and Tim Pagett, Deloitte China Financial Services Industry Leader

Discussion leaders:

  • Xinghai Fang, Director, The First Economic Bureau, Office of the Central Leading Group for Financial and Economic Affairs
  • Barbara Hackman Franklin, Former US Secretary of Commerce
  • Lord Mandelson, Former Secretary of State for Business, Innovation & Skills, UK

CEO Brainstorming (By invitation)

Global risks & response strategy

CEOs of Fortune-500 companies will gather together for a closed-door examination of global risks ahead, and brainstorm for innovative responses. A peer-to-peer, candid, wisdom-sharing, interactive dialogue among top CEOs themselves.

Time & date: 2:00 - 4:00pm, Thursday, 10 April 2014

Venue: ICC, Level 1, Peacock I

Moderators: Chris Harvey, Deloitte Global GFSI Leader, and Tim Pagett, Deloitte China Financial Services Industry Leader

Panel discussion

Slow and painstaking global financial reform

While the world focuses on recovery, unemployment and debt, not much attention is given to the slow and painstaking financial market reform. 5 years from the Subprime Crisis, are we safe? The session will also focus topics including the global coordination of accounting standards, shadow-banking regulation, whether “too-big-to-fail” is still a concern, EU banking union and the roadmap of China’s financial reform.

Time & date: 9:00 - 10:30am, Friday, 11 April 2014 

Venue: ICC, Level 1, Dong Yu Grand Ballroom A

Moderator: Chris Harvey, Deloitte Global GFSI Leader

Panelists:

  • Daniel L. Doctoroff, CEO, Bloomberg L.P.
  • Gerry Grimstone, Chairman, Standard Life, UK
  • Fred Hu Zuliu, Chairman, Primavera Capital Group
  • Juan Rodriguez Inciarte, Executive Member of the Board of Directors, Group Senior Executive Vice President for Strategy & Asia, Banco Santander
  • Bill Owens, Vice Chairman of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) for Asia; Chairman of AEA Investors ASIA
  • Gary Parr, Vice Chairman, Lazard

BFA conference session summaries and post conference report

As the Intellectual Supporting Partner of BFA Annual Conference, Deloitte has been asked by BFA to develop session summaries immediately after each session for distribution to world media and publication on BFA's official website.  

Deloitte has also been invited to develop a co-branded post conference report for the sixth consecutive year. Read Boao Forum for Asia Annual Conference Report 2013 for an overview of the high level discussions during the BFA Annual Conference last year.

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