Victor Shih Fantake via Flickr Professor Victor Shih from the Northwestern University is the main investigator, looking for China’s sky high debts after its financial rescue operation. In Business Week Shih explains where China is hiding its debts, and why there might be more than even he can find, especially at
Shaun Rein by Fantake via Flickr Shaun Rein, managing director of the market research group CMR, might be in general optimistic about China’s economic development, at CNBC he cautions against too many bears on the road for China’s Agricultural Bank, also called AgBank or ABC. The bank performed
Ann Rutledge is a founding principal and CEO of R&R Consulting, which is a pioneer in dynamic structured credit modeling tools. An adjunct assistant finance professor at The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology in Hong Kong, Ms. Rutledge has consulted to high-level representatives of China’s MIIT (Ministry of Industry and Information Technology), CCDC (China Bond), CFOs of large SOEs, SOE banks and security companies, municipal and commercial leaders of Hangzhou, Tianjin, Shanghai and Beijing cities, and national accounting and statistics bureaus under the Ministry of Finance
Xu Ping is a senior partner at, King & Wood and Mallesons, the largest law firm of China and Australia combined, and head of the firm’s Foreign Direct Investment Group in Beijing. Ms. Xu specializes in foreign direct investment, mergers and acquisitions, technology transfer and international arbitration. She travels from Beijing.
Jianmao Wang is professor of economics and associate dean at China Europe International Business School. He analyses the political choices the Chinese government is making, and sometimes its inability to execute them. Professor Wang gives us a peek behind the doors that mostly remain closed for the outside world. He travels from Shanghai.
Victor Shih is assistant professor political science at Northwestern University and aleading specialist on China’s financial systems. Victor Shih has also consulted for the US government and the private sector on risk scenarios and “black swan” events related to China. He travels from Evanston, Ill.
Andrew Leung is chairman of Andrew Leung International Consultants. He is an international China specialist, with a background of forty years of senior official positions in commerce, industry, banking, finance and overseas diplomatic representations. Leung helped set up HK Standard Chartered Asia Ltd., is former chief official representative to United Kingdom and fourteen EU and non-EU countries, including Russia, Switzerland and Norway. He travels from London.
Arthur Kroeber is a respected writer and commentator on Chinese economy and Chinese companies. He has been the managing director and head of research at Dragonomics since 2002. He is also a regular contributor to the opinion page of the Financial Times and a consultant to Oxford Analytica. His articles have also appeared in the Economist, the Far Eastern Economic Review, Wired, and other publications. He travels from Beijing.