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The 14th Shanghai Derivatives Market Forum on 25-26, May

Source: Futures Daily

‘The 14th Shanghai Derivatives Market Forum’ jointly organized by SHFE and CFFEX will be held in Shanghai on 25-26, May.

The theme of the forum, according to the forum organizing committee, is ‘Progress in Stability, Growth & Open-up’. The whole event is divided into four sessions: thematic summit, sub-forums, special seminars, and related activities, a total of 15 meetings. Among others, the sub-forum session will cover subjects including non-ferrous metal, crude oil, securities, interest rate, exchange rate, and stock index derivatives. China Nonferrous Metals Industry Association (CNMIA), China Oil and Chemical Industry Association (COCIA), China Foreign Exchange Trade System (CFETS), Jiangxi Copper Corporation, Zhao Jin Group, Nanhua Futures, Shenyin & Wanguo Futures, Huatai Futures, and TF Futures, etc. will join the related sub-forums and special seminars.

The organizing committee says that since the 18th National Congress of the CPC, China has established the economic policy framework that meets the needs of the ‘New Normal’. It will continue to make progress in a prudent way and stick to innovative development and further supply-side structural reform. Under such a context, the forum will invite representatives of domestic and overseas real economies and capital markets to exchange ideas on issues including the basic idea of future plans, supply-side structural reform and the guiding role of futures market in resource allocation and risk management. In addition, gradual market opening-up through the launch of strategic products and future growth will also be the focus of the forum this time.

According to the committee, the Forum, with the support from CSRC, Shanghai Municipal Government, the related departments under the State Council and the industries, has been successfully held for 13th times since 2004. The forum aims to improve futures market, further its opening-up to serve the real economy through a practical in-house discussion on the abovementioned theme highly relevant to the current market issues. . The whole event is considered an important meeting of domestic and overseas futures and derivatives industry.

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