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Webinar Recording

Capitalizing on China’s Roaring Currency

Date: Thursday, March 27, 2014
Time: 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EDT There are no CPE Credits for this Solution Demonstration.
Internationalization of the renminbi (RMB) presents an enormous opportunity to the business world at large. A deep understanding of the ongoing liberalization of China’s currency is essential to identify and capitalize on potential cross-border business.

Join Debra Lodge, Managing Director, head of RMB Business Development North America at HSBC, as she explores the recent regulatory changes and settlement implications when dealing with renminbi, the official currency of China. Whether you do business in China or other parts of the world, you will not want to miss this dialogue.

You'll learn:
  • How to take full advantage of the opportunities offered by RMB internationalization
  • Key information about invoicing and trading in RMB
  • Important risk management considerations
  • About repatriation of fund to home country


Debra Lodge, Managing Director, HSBC Global Markets
Debra Lodge
Managing Director, HSBC Global Markets
Debra Lodge is a Managing Director for HSBC Global Markets, responsible for leading Renminbi Business Development in the USA and Canada. Debra has been with HSBC for over 20 years in London, Singapore, Hong Kong and currently New York. She has 25 years experience with Global Markets, covering a diverse selection of responsibilities including Manager Internal audit London, COO HSBC Futures Singapore and more recently Head of eFX Strategy and Sales for 12 Latin American countries. Debra started her career in equities with Goldman Sachs International Finance, London.
Moderated by: John Kogan, CEO, Proformative
Moderated by: John Kogan
CEO, Proformative
John has been CFO at four technology companies, a finance executive at Cardinal Health, and in multiple roles at AlliedSignal and Cisco Systems. John has raised over $100M in equity capital and debt and has played central roles in numerous buy and sell-side transactions for both public and private companies. As COO at two companies, John also ran Engineering, Manufacturing and Customer Service operations. He has also founded, invested in and been a board member or advisor of a number of companies. John has a B.A. in Economics from Connecticut College and an MBA from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University.


Event Sponsor HSBC
HSBC - At HSBC, we understand what is occurring in emerging markets better than most. In fact, the bank’s roots date back to 1865 when it was founded to help finance growing trade between China, India and Europe. Since that time, HSBC has become widely recognized as a leading authority and trusted advisor on international trade and finance matters.
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There are no CPE Credits for this Solution Demonstration.