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OMFIF is organising a forum for a group of policy-makers and practitioners from the public and private sectors to discuss policies on real asset investment in London.

The forum assembles international sovereign funds and public pension funds with private sector asset managers including pension funds and insurance companies, which invest in real assets either directly or as limited partners in private equity transactions.

This event is an opportunity to convene corporate and technology representatives, bankers, PE executives and other specialists interested in exploring UK-China financial co-operation.

This event is strictly by invitation only. If you wish to attend or become a partner, please contact Angelina at angelina.quinn@omfif.org

Key themes

Status quo and perspectives
Chinese-British financial market co-operation
The challenge of decarbonisation
Political, legal and technical framework
Investing for the future

Speakers

To be confirmed. 

Agenda

Keynote speech 1
Keynote speech 2

- Macroeconomic background: advantages and drawbacks of the present environment
- Search for valuable assets in an international context – confluence of politics and
economics
- Sectorial hotspots – lessons learned, future trends

- Opportunities for renewable energy and other carbon-friendly sectors in the UK and China
- Belt and Road Initiative and decarbonisation
- Transition finance worldwide – how the UK and China can make a difference

- Renminbi as an international currency
- London as an international renminbi centre
- Financial market oversight and regulation in the UK and China

- Energy, North Sea projects including green and blue hydrogen
- Utility investment
- Green infrastructure
- Education
- Transport and logistics
- Culture, media and sport

- National security issues and how to manage them
- Regulatory aspects – maximising upside, navigating downside
- General partners versus limited partners – problem areas and opportunities

- Is there a ‘game plan’ for the UK and China? How to set realistic goals
- Joint investment on third markets, including BRI and Africa/other developing nations
- The role of governments – public-private partnerships – setting the right framework

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