The conference
Following the outstanding success of last year’s event IMN, with exclusive support from the China Securitization Forum (CSF) and in association with the International Finance Corporation (IFC) and Chainshine Financial, is proud to announce our Second Annual China Structured Finance and Real Estate Summit taking place on November 13-14, 2008. We invite you to join us in Beijing along with the key decision makers and government regulators who will provide us with a comprehensive perspective and an in-depth analysis of the key developments in the Chinese capital markets. Has the growth of Chinese securitization taken a different direction? Is China, like the rest of the world, trying to re-allocate their assets to respond to the liquidity crisis in America? How can we expect debt capital markets to evolve in China? Can we expect the central banks to implement stricter control and standards before the year’s end? Proud to have the exclusive endorsement from the China Securitization Forum (CSF), IMN has been working closely with China’s industry leaders to create the highest quality debate and cutting-edge discussion, this year’s summit will once again focus on the main issues and key developments that face the world’s fastest growing economy. The conference programme will review the impact of the subprime crisis, explore Chinese securitization law and regulatory progress, evaluate real estate developments, analyze new issues and discuss the concerns and trends that face those involved in the Chinese market. China’s securitization framework is an integral and vital component of its broader and burgeoning financial strength. The investment potential shows no limits as growth continues despite the financial world’s precarious current condition. Don’t miss out on being a part of the networking and educational discussions that will take place in Beijing this November. The IMN team looks forward to greeting you there.
7:45 Registration and Continental Breakfast 8:25 CONFERENCE WELCOME Jacqualine Rubbo, Associate Producer, INFORMATION MANAGEMENT NETWORK LLC 8:30 CHAIRPERSON’S OPENING REMARKS Min (Michael) Ye, Chief Executive Officer, CHINA CHENGXIN RATINGS, Director General, CHINA SECURITIZATION FORUM 8:45 OPENING OVERVIEW: THE CREDIT CRISIS AND LESSONS FOR SECURITIZATION IN CHINA • Perspectives On 2008: A Year in Review • Macroeconomics and China’s Government Debt Policy • Asset Classes: An Analysis of Risk, Return and Performance • Trends and Developments: What Went Wrong and How to Prevent It • Will Banks be Able to Play a Larger Role in Issuing Debt? • An Overview of China’s Securitization Policy • What Went Wrong in the U.S. and Europe and How To Avoid the Same Thing Happening in China Moderator: Jason Kravitt, Senior Partner, MAYER BROWN LLP Panelists: Keith Allman, Principal, ENSTRUCT Leland Sun, Chairman, PAN ASIAN MORTGAGE COMPANY LIMITED Thanh H. Thai, Head of Asia, ZAIS SOLUTIONS 9:45 KEYNOTE PRESENTATIONS: THE AGENDA OF THE REGULATORS • Enhancing Regulation Through A Greater Understanding Of Products • Implementing a Tight Monetary Policy and Strengthening Liquidity • Structural Adjustments to Assist Credit Growth • When Will the Domestic Markets be opened to Foreign Enterprises? • Capital Requirements • The Central Bank’s Ability To Extend Loans • Ensuring the Accountability of Financial Organizations • Holding High Underwriting Standards to Create a Stricter Control On Risk • The Rising Of Reserves Keynote Speakers: Li Wenhong, CHINA BANKING REGULATORY COMMISSION (CBRC) Wang Di, CHINA BANKING REGULATORY COMMISSION (CBRC) Shen Bingxi, PEOPLE’S BANK OF CHINA (PBOC) 10:30 Networking Refreshments 10:45 DEVELOPMENT PATTERN DISCUSSION FOR THE CHINA SECURITIZATION BUSINESS HOSTED BY: Moderator: Min (Michael) Ye, Chief Executive Officer, CHINA CHENGXIN RATINGS, Director General, CHINA SECURITIZATION FORUM Panelists: Jun (John) Qian, Executive Director, MORGAN STANLEY ASIA Lesi Zuo, Managing Director & Head of Securitization, STANDARD CHARTERED BANK Raymond Chen, Managing Director, Global Banking & Markets, THE ROYAL BANK OF SCOTLAND PLC Liu Borong, Partner, ZHONG LUN LAW FIRM, Secretary General, CHINA SECURITIZATION FORUM 11:30 A LEGAL AND REGULATORY PERSPECTIVE ON THE PRC • A Critique of PRC Laws and Regulations Relevant to Securitization and Structured Finance • Transactions Which May be Feasible Under the Current PRC Legal/Regulatory Regime • Global Credit Crisis Underscores the Need for Legal Certainty in the PRC • A PRC Statute on Securitization Presenter: Jeffrey H. Chen, Partner, MAYER BROWN LLP (IN ASSOCIATION WITH JSM) 12:15 INVESTORS’ AND ISSUERS' ROUNDTABLE: A GATHERING OF KEY CONSTITUENTS • The Need For Transparency And Its Effect On Investments • What is Being Done to Restore Investor Confidence? • The Increasing Role of the Financial Guarantor: Less Supervision and Increased Efficiency • Does Pricing Reflect The Fundamentals Of The Product? • Can QDII Help China’s Financial Growth? • Who Are the New Issuers Coming to the Market • Where to Look for Attractive Investments and Where Lie the Challenges and Opportunities? • Pricing Concerns And Conflicts Of Interest On Valuations • Meeting Investor Demands • The Shift From Infrastructure Investing Moderator: Leland Sun, Chairman, PAN ASIAN MORTGAGE COMPANY LIMITED Panelists: Sheldon Gao, Managing Director and China CEO, SCHRODERS INVESTMENT Lavin Mok, Managing Director, TREMONT CAPITAL MANAGEMENT ASIA LIMITED Yang Pang, Zais Solutions 1:00 Networking Lunch 2:00 THE DEVELOPMENT AND OUTLOOK ON CHINA’S CREDIT DERIVATIVES AND DOMESTIC BOND MARKETS • An Overview of the Current Market • The Impact of the US Financial Market Crisis and Its Effects on the Development of the Chinese Bond and Credit Derivatives Market • Shift of Wind: Focus on Chinese Corporate Credits: The Short and Medium Term Notes and Corporate Bond • Market Motivations of Developing Credit Derivatives: A Potential Arbitrage Opportunity for Investors • The Market Forces: Regulatory, Legal and Rating Issues • What Does The Future Hold for Market Developments? Moderator: Jichuan Yang, Director, Emerging Market Trading and Structuring, BARCLAYS CAPITAL Panelists: Jian Wang, Associate, JONES DAY BEIJING Zhenyu Li, Director, Lianhe Ratings Ya Zhu, Vice Chairman, PING AN SECURITIES Hongrui Jia, Head of Structured Products, Corporate and Investment Bank, SHANGHAI PUDONG DEVELOPMENT BANK 2:45 CHINA’S REAL ESTATE MARKET • The Explosion of Real Estate Developments in China • Rebuilding the Mainland: Financial Relief After the Sichuan Earthquake •Onshore Financing vs. Off Shore Financing • How Do Chinese Funding Sources Meet The Needs Of The Borrower • The Effects of Inflation on the Real Estate Market? • The Primary Market and the Secondary Market • Diversifying Your Portfolio with REITs • Buying MBS Overseas: How Much is Enough for China? • Can Alt-A mortgages endure the global credit crisis? • An Overview of Circular 50, Circular 130 and Circular 171 Moderator: Kingsley Ong, Senior Associate, JSM (in association with Mayer Brown LLP and Mayer Brown International LLP) Panelists: Raymond Mobrez, Director, ASIA ECONOMIC INSTITUTE Terence Tang, Group CFO, HKI PROPERTIES LIMITED Susie Cheung, General Counsel, THE HONG KONG MORTGAGE CORPORATION LIMITED Yan Du, Senior Manager, ING GLOBAL INVESTMENT STRATEGIES FUND Steve Williams, Global Advisor – Past President of RCIS, REAL CAPITAL ANALYTICS Wang Yanzhuo, Attorney at Law, ZHONG LUN LAW FIRM, Former Supervisory Cooperation Department For Banking Innovation, CBRC 3:45 Networking Refreshments 4:00 ACCOUNTING AND TAXATION ISSUES EXAMINED • Off Balance Sheet Financing Vs. On Balance Sheet Financing • Special Purpose Trust • Reporting And Disclosure Requirements • Accounting And Taxation Structure • Major Concerns Facing the Development and Growth of China’s Economic Expansion Presenters: Maria Xuereb, Partner, DELOITTE TOUCHE TOHMATSU Wang Yanzhuo, Attorney at Law, ZHONG LUN LAW FIRM, Former Supervisory Cooperation Department For Banking Innovation, CBRC 4:45 THE EVOLVING ROLE OF FINANCIAL GUARANTEES IN CHINA’S DEBT CAPITAL MARKETS • What is the Scope And Breadth of the Existing Financial Guarantee Industry in China? • What are the Benefits This Product Can Bring to the Debt Capital Markets? From an Issuer’s Perspective? From an Investor’s Perspective? • What Role Do Rating Agencies Play in Guaranteed Issuance and How do They Analyze a Guarantee Company? • What are the Challenges In Building an Investor Base for the Guarantee Industry? • How Well Received Have Insured Transactions Been Received? Is There Continuing Demand? Moderator: Hee Suk Noh, Director, MBIA INSURANCE CORPORATION Panelists: Han Hui Yong, Deputy General Manager, Fixed-Income Department, CHINAAMC Ji Jiang Ming, Deputy Director, Fixed-Income Division, Treasury Department, CHINA DEVELOPMENT BANK Shi Jun, General Manager of Financial Products Guarantee Department, CHINA NATIONAL INVEST AND GUARANTY CO., LTD Gang Meng, Ratings Director, DAGONG GLOBAL CREDIT RATING CO., LTD Cai Jian Ming, Deputy General Manager, SHAOXING WATER GROUP CO., LTD 5:45 Close of Day One
Event Contacts
Director - Head of Sponsorship Sales
Chris Keeping
(212) 901-0533
The InterContinental Beijing

Phone: (8610) 58525888
Fax: (8610) 58525959

at No. 11 Financial Street
, Xicheng District, 100034
China (PRC)

If you plan to stay at the InterContinental Beijing Financial Street you must make your reservations directly with the hotels by calling (8610) 58525888 and asking for “IMN’s Inaugural China Securitization, Real Estate & Finance Summit” group rate. T Please use the reservation form found here to secure your accommodations at the InterContinental Beijing Financial Street. Reservations should be made before November 1, 2008. Click here to retrieve hotel reservation form