China and Australia: Collaboration in Financial Services

23 November 2011

12 for 12.30pm - 2.00pm

Keynote Address by  Mr Han Ruixiang, the Australia Head of the World’s Largest Bank 

The Industrial and Commercial Bank is the world’s largest bank by market capitalisation (exceeding AUD 200 Billion) and has more than RMB 13.46 trillion (US$2.04 trillion) of assets, 4.2 million corporate banking customers and 259 million personal banking customers through a distribution network consisting of 16,227 domestic branches and 203 branches and subsidiaries globally.

In Australia, in under 3 years, ICBC Sydney Branch has participated in more than AUD 14.16 billion of financing transactions in Australia and is the major financier of Chinese investment in Australia.  ICBC’s key priorities are its global expansion, with Australia being a key focus, and to support ICBC’s domestic clients going global.
The Head of ICBC Australia, Mr Han Ruixiang, will speak on ICBC’s global and Australian strategy and collaboration opportunities between China and Australia in financial services and China outbound capital flows.  

Date:  23rd November 2011

Time: 12.00 for 12.30pm-2pm

Venue: InterContinental Melbourne The Rialto 495 Collins Street, Melbourne

Cost:  AUD 120 Members; AUD 170 Non Members (includes GST)

Tables of 10: AUD1,100 members; AUD1,600 non-members (includes GST)

 Please register via return email to by Wed 16 November.


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