Boao Forum for Asia Annual Conference 2010
Green recovery: Asia’s realistic choice for sustainable growth
This year's Boao Forum for Asia's (BFA) Annual Conference, themed "Green recovery: Asia's realistic choice for sustainable growth", took place from 9 to 11 April 2010 in Boao, Hainan, China. Deloitte was the Intellectual Supporting Partner of the Forum for the fifth consecutive year.
A senior Deloitte delegation including Deloitte Global CEO Jim Quigley, Deloitte China CEO Chris Lu and Deloitte China Chairman Joseph Lo were present at the conference to share their perspectives with government and business leaders from Asia and other continents on the progress and opportunities for key green business drivers and how to sustain both economic growth and environmental success in Asia and globally.
Deloitte at China CEO Roundtable and panel discussions at Boao
Deloitte Global CEO Jim Quigley and Deloitte China CEO Chris Lu were invited to host a special China CEO Roundtable on 9 April on the topic "The profit in green: Strategies and best practices for building business in a green growth world".
Deloitte Global CEO Jim Quigley was also a panelist at the session “Corporate Governance: Learning lessons from the crisis" on 11 April, alongside panelists including Shao Ning, Vice Chairman of SASAC; Antony Leung, Chairman of Blackstone Greater China; Alberto Weisser, Chairman & CEO of Bunge Limited; Lord Leon Brittan, Vice Chairman of UBS Investment Bank and Guan Jianzhong, Chairman & President of Dagong Global Credit Rating.
Deloitte thought leadership
Deloitte has developed a suite of research and thought leadership reports that reflect our insights on the topics being discussed at the conference.
Deloitte and Boao Forum post-conference report
Co-produced by the Boao Forum for Asia (BFA) and the Deloitte China Research and Insight Center on behalf of Deloitte as the Intellectual Support Partner to the BFA's Annual Conference, the report summarises key viewpoints over the two days of conference on this year's theme of "Green recovery: Asia's realistic choice for sustainable growth.” Learn more.