Representatives from the International Monetary Fund presented their book, The Future of Asian Finance, examining the challenges facing Asian financial markets and how they could evolve to overcome them. After a PowerPoint presentation they discussed issues such as aging demographics, infrastructure investments and financing, and the lack of diversification from a bank dominated financial system. Topics included the recent volatility in the Chinese stock market. close
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Kemal Dervis Vice President and Director Brookings Institution->Global Economy and Development Program
Cheng Hoon Lim Assistant Director International Monetary Fund->Western Hemisphere Department
Eswar S. Prasad Senior Fellow Brookings Institution->Global Economy and Development Program
Chikahisa Sumi Assistant Director International Monetary Fund->Asia and Pacific Department
Min Zhu Deputy Managing Director (Former) International Monetary Fund
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