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Fintech in China and Implications for the Australian Businesses


Digital payment and big data are profoundly reshaping the way Chinese consumers spend and invest. This will have far reaching impact for global companies that are selling to Chinese consumers, trading with Chinese partners, as well as facilitating overseas expansion of Chinese companies.  Qiao Ma is well placed to provide insights into this exciting and fast-evolving trend after spending 7 years investing extensively in China and technology companies globally.  She will demonstrate with real life examples how digital payments work in China and how Australian businesses can capitalize in this tremendous opportunity.    

Date: Thursday, June 29, 2017
Time: 12 pm to 2pm 
Venue: ShineWing Australia, Level 10, 530 Collins St, Melbourne VIC 3000
Cost: $35 for HCV members and their guests (pls login to the website to purchase); $45 for non-members. Click here to book!!!
Contact: Mandy Croker mandy@harvardclubofvictoria.org.au

About the Speaker and Sponsor: 

Qiao Ma
Qiao Ma recently moved to Melbourne after investing extensively in the technology sector in China, Japan, and the US over the past 7 years.  Over the past two years Qiao oversaw the Asian portfolio for Jericho Capital, a $2bn technology-focused hedge fund in New York.  Prior to Jericho, Qiao worked at Coatue Management, a $11bn technology hedge fund and a spinoff of Tiger Management.  Before her investing career, Qiao worked as an investment banker at the Financial Institutions Group of Lehman Brothers.  She holds a MBA degree from Harvard Business School and a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Virginia.  Qiao grew up in China and is a native speaker Mandarin, Cantonese, and English.

ShineWing Australia

ShineWing Australia is a leading international Asia Pacific accounting and advisory firm with more than 36 Partners in Australia and an 80 year history of servicing local and international clients. Our member alliance with ShineWing International gives our clients access to ShineWing China - the largest indigenous Chinese domestic accounting practice, creating opportunities in specialist industries that provides local knowledge and real connections. 

ShineWing Australia is delighted to be hosting Harvard Club of Victoria members and their guests to hear from Qiao Ma on this very interesting topic.
 

Net proceeds will be used to help fund the Harvard Club of Victoria's Non-Profit Fellowship that sends up to three CEOs of Victorian Non-Profit organisations to Harvard each year.