2022 China: Outlook for Success After “Two Sessions”

Supported by the China Committee



Becky Liu, Head of China Macro Strategy, Standard Chartered

Eugene Chen, Registered Foreign Lawyer, Allen & Overy

Zhixing Zhang, Senior Analyst, Control Risks

China Outlook in 2022 After the “Two Sessions” – Navigating Challenges and Positioning for Success
While the market is still grappling with uncertainty around China’s regulatory reforms in the property and technology sectors last year, the recent geopolitical dynamics and pandemic outbreak have heightened concerns on the growth of the world’s second biggest economy. Monetary policy divergence in China and the US has also led to capital outflows from China in the recent months.

Join this webinar to hear from Becky Liu, Head of China Macro Strategist of Standard Chartered Bank, Zhixing Zhang, Senior Analyst from Control Risks, and Eugene Chen, Registered Foreign Lawyer from Allen & Overy for an interesting, interactive discussion on China’s latest macro and monetary policy outlook as well as regulatory and political landscape.

About the speakers

Becky is currently Managing Director, Head of China Macro Strategy. Her main coverage areas include China FX, fixed income markets and the Hong Kong rates market. Prior to this role, Becky worked as an Asian credit strategist at HSBC.

For nearly twenty five years, Eugene has helped clients navigate their most complex disputes in some of the thorniest parts of the world.  As a U.S.-trained litigator based in Hong Kong, he helps clients proactively overcome the commercial and regulatory challenges they face when doing business in Asia.   When authorities raid, Eugene is a vigorous advocate before both domestic and international regulators.  He also regularly conducts internal corporate investigations where whistle-blowers or audits have identified anomalies.  To help clients avoid problems, he pro-actively designs and tests rigorous anti-corruption policies with a business-minded approach.  And he regularly conducts anti-bribery due diligence to help clients have a deeper understanding of their customers and business partners, and effectively implement their Know Your Customer processes.  Eugene also has experience in representing companies in all manner of litigation and international arbitration.  His PRC-focused disputes practice covers a range of commercial and unfair competition claims, and large and small-scale product quality issues, with a particular focus on the life sciences, TMT, energy, and consumer product sectors.

Based in Shanghai, Zhixing is responsible for delivering and developing Control Risks’ analytical products and consulting in the areas of geopolitical, political, security and operational risks pertaining to China and Northeast Asia.

Prior to joining Control Risks, Zhixing worked as a Senior Analyst for Stratfor, a U.S-based geopolitical risk consultancy, where she led Stratfor’s strategic analysis and forecast on China and Southeast Asia. Her areas of focus include China’s political development and foreign policy, the Belt and Road Initiative and Asia-Pacific maritime security.

Zhixing has a bachelor’s degree in political science from Peking University, and two master’s degrees in public policy from the University of Texas at Austin and Renmin University. Zhixing is fluent in Mandarin and English. 




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5/17/2022 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
China Standard Time
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