Join AmCham Shanghai's Financial Services Committee for an insightful exploration of the evolving landscape of foreign banks in China on Thursday, July 25, from 12:00 to 13:30, in the AmCham Shanghai conference room. This event will delve into the historical journey, current dynamics, and future prospects of foreign banking institutions operating in China.

The event will start with a brief primer by Han Lin (NYU Shanghai, The Asia Group) on the China banking structure. We will then be joined by a superb panel of senior bank leaders consisting of Ms. Jade Lu, President, SPD Silicon Valley Bank, Ms. Lu Shi, Head of Cross-Border Banking, Citi, and Didier Magloire, Chief Risk Officer, ANZ Bank China and Asia, who will share their extraordinary insights into how changes in this sector affect China's domestic economy and global financial system interactions.

Lunch will not be provided.


  • Jade Lu (President at SPD Silicon Valley Bank)

    Jade Lu

    President at SPD Silicon Valley Bank

    Jade Lu is the President of SVB Asia, SPD Silicon Valley Bank (SSVB), primarily responsible for SVB’s Asia business, including China joint venture bank, SPD Silicon Valley Bank. SVB’s Asia operations include expanding extensive relationships with many of Asia’s dominate venture capital and private equity firms, as well as local Chinese innovation companies.

    With almost 20 years working experience in banking industry, Jade joined SSVB in 2017. She served as Chief Risk Officer, Head of Corporate Banking and Managing Director of SSVB successively. From 2001 to 2017, Jade has extensive experience in two leading international banks including Standard Chartered Bank (SCB) and Citibank where she has taken various senior roles and played instrumental role in the Group office, China as well as local branch’s strategic planning, business development and governance.

    Jade has a bachelor’s degree in economics from Fudan University and an IMBA from the University of Hong Kong. She is also appointed member of Science and Technology Innovation Advisory Committee by Shanghai Stock Exchange.

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  • Didier Magloire (Chief Risk Officer at ANZ Bank China and Asia)

    Didier Magloire

    Chief Risk Officer at ANZ Bank China and Asia

    As a seasoned executive in international finance, Didier has a unique blend of leadership, economic, geopolitical and cultural expertise that drives business success. He focuses on continuous improvement and change management to build and lead high-performing leadership teams, develop sound infrastructure, and foster a robust corporate and risk culture.

    Didier's passion for mentoring, learning and development has led him to earn an executive coach certification, seeing him able to leverage being a trusted advisor, he enables individuals, teams, and the businesses they manage to unlock their potential. “I lead good teams to deliver great results.”
    Didier is currently transitioning to a portfolio iNED career, keen to balance Board roles from within Banks & Financial
    Institutions, general corporate Enterprises and Start-ups, seeing him able to leverage his strong capabilities and experiences around governance, culture & business strategy.

    Didier has worked in New York, Tokyo, Hong Kong and now Shanghai, in risk management, new product development / approval and relationship management. He is currently Chief Risk Officer for ANZ China and ANZ Asia. In that capacity he manages one hundred people and oversees Credit and Market Risk, Operational Risk, Strategic Risk, Compliance and Regulatory Relations in the region. Prior to that, Didier was Global Head of Financial Institutions, Sovereigns and Country
    Risk Management.

    He has previous experience in Hedge Funds, Property and Commodity Trading to name a few sectors. He is an international subject matter expert in Global Markets, Corporate Finance and Transaction Banking, with a focus on Asia. Having worked in country specific, regional, and global roles, Didier has a deep appreciation for cultural diversity and common values. He is well equipped to navigate the complex business environment.

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  • Lu Shi (Managing Director, Global Network Banking Head Banking Coverage of Citi China)

    Lu Shi

    Managing Director, Global Network Banking Head Banking Coverage of Citi China

    Lu Shi is a Citi veteran and has spent her entire career with Citibank. Her career journey traveled through New York, Seoul, and Shanghai. She is currently the head of Global Network Banking for Citi China where her team is responsible for originating and managing business relationships with multinational corporates in China.

    In her prior roles, Lu served as co-head of corporate credit for Asia, Citibank China Chief Risk Officer where she was responsible for risk exposure management across all of Citi China’s businesses and product segments.

    Prior to moving to Shanghai in 2015, Lu spent 12 years working in Citi New York in various positions. During the financial crisis, Lu was a member of Citi Special Asset and led the restructuring of several large bankruptcies’ cases.

    Lu also co-chairs Citi China Diversity Council and actively participate in Asia Citi Women Network.
    She holds a BS from Georgetown University School of Foreign Services and an MBA from Columbia University Business School.

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  • Han Shen Lin (Assistant Professor of Finance at NYU Shanghai and Senior Advisor at The Asia Group)

    Han Shen Lin

    Assistant Professor of Finance at NYU Shanghai and Senior Advisor at The Asia Group

    Han Shen Lin is the China Country Head at The Asia Group. Based in Shanghai, Han works in close coordination with TAG’s Washington, DC-based China Practice to lead the firm’s local presence and engagements in China, drawing upon nearly 20 years of in-country experience in China’s financial markets and corporate strategy. In addition to his role at TAG, Han is the Capstone Project Director for the NYU Shanghai MS in Quantitative Finance program and Assistant Professor of Practice in Finance.

    Prior to his current positions, Han was the Deputy General Manager of Wells Fargo Bank, China, where he served as Interim Country Manager and a member of the Management Control Committee, which oversaw the bank’s China governance and risk management. Han also led the China Corporate Banking business, which advised Wells Fargo MNC clients on their U.S.-China cross-border strategic financing and trade needs. Earlier bank roles included Asia Financial Institutions Payments Product Sales Manager; Senior Coverage Banker in the China Financial Institutions Group (FIG); and corporate strategic projects analyst.

    Han holds advanced degrees, including an MA in International Studies from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, an MS in Global Finance from HKUST-NYU Stern, and an LLM in China Civil and Commercial Law from Fudan University Law School. He completed his undergraduate degree in business (BBA) at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.

    Han is active in the American Chamber of Commerce, Shanghai, having served on the Board of Governors and as a former Chair of the Chamber’s Financial Services Committee. He previously served in both the U.S. Marine Corps and Peace Corps (RCPV Ukraine). Han lives in Shanghai with his wife and two daughters.

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AmCham Shanghai Conference Center

27F, Infinitus Tower

No.168 Hubin Road, Huangpu District

Shanghai, China

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