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Demystifying China

Thursday, October 16, 2014 Alliance Networking Series

Andy Rothman China is changing dramatically, and quickly. So quickly, in fact, that much of what we think we know about the country may be wrong. Join us for this Asian Financial Forum presentation, Demystifying China, by Andy Rothman of Matthews International Capital Management. Andy challenges some common assumptions about China’s entrepreneurial spirit, its consumption-led growth, and the stability and growth in its property markets, and in its banking system. In addition to what he sees as the strengths of China’s growing economy, Andy will discuss some of remaining roadblocks to success.

Advanced registration is required to participate in the event. Registration is not complete until payment is processed. Completed registrations are non-transferable and non-refundable after October 6, 2014. For check-in, please bring a photo ID and note that cameras are not allowed on premises for security purposes. For more information or inquiries, please contact Chris Sigur at (415) 974-2895 or christopher.sigur@sf.frb.org

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Our Speaker

Andy Rothman, Investment Strategist, Matthews International Capital Management, LLC:

Andy Rothman is an Investment Strategist at Matthews International Capital Management, LLC. He is principally responsible for developing research focused on China’s ongoing economic and political developments while also complementing the broader investment team with in-depth analysis on Asia. In addition, he plays a key role in communicating to clients and the media the firm’s perspectives and latest insights into China and the greater Asia region. Prior to joining Matthews in 2014, Andy spent 14 years as CLSA’s China macroeconomic strategist where he conducted analysis into China and delivered his insights to their clients. Previously, he spent 17 years in the U.S. Foreign Service, with a diplomatic career focused on China, including as head of the macroeconomics and domestic policy office of the U.S. embassy in Beijing. In total, Andy has lived and worked in China for more than 20 years. He earned an M.A. in public administration from the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs and a B.A. from Colgate University.

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