Event Details

AmCham Shanghai Financial Services Committee (FSC) invites you to our Monthly China Economy webinar on Friday, July 26 from 10:00 am - 10:45 am, to be held via Zoom Meeting.

The executive briefing is targeted at the on-the-ground senior corporate decision-maker. The webinar will start with a review of the recent month's key economic indicators and their strategy implications for multinationals. This will be followed by a deeper dive into select China policy announcements with regards to their economic and geopolitical dimensions. The session will conclude with upcoming events or developments to watch.

The FSC is the Chamber's committee for members interested in and involved with financial services. It provides an off-the-record forum for discussion of relevant topics spanning banking, securities, insurance, asset management, venture capital/private equity, corporate finance, and fintech.

Han Shen Lin, is an Associate Professor of Practice in Finance at NYU Shanghai, China Senior Advisor of The Asia Group (TAG) a D.C.-based corporate strategy consultancy, and AmCham Shanghai Financial Services Committee Chair. He will facilitate discussion. All participants are encouraged to share their thoughts and observations.

This event is held virtually. A Zoom link will be provided via email once registration is completed.


  • Han Shen Lin (Assistant Professor of Practice, Financial Markets at NYU)

    Han Shen Lin

    Assistant Professor of Practice, Financial Markets at NYU

    Han Shen Lin is an upcoming Assistant Professor of Clinical Practice in the finance department of New York University in Shanghai (Starting July 1, 2021).

    Prior to this, he was a Senior VP, and Deputy General Manager of Wells Fargo Bank, China.
    In this capacity, Han helped to lead the bank’s China governance, and oversaw Wells Fargo’s China corporate and commercial banking client coverage, strategy, and business development.

    Han graduated from the University of Michigan Ross Business School (B.B.A). He later completed a Master of International Studies at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced
    International Studies (SAIS), a Master of Science in Global Finance at the joint HKUST-NYU Stern program, and a Master of Chinese Commercial Law at Fudan University Law School.

    Han serves on the American Chamber of Commerce (Shanghai) Board of Governors, and previously served as Chair of its Financial Services Committee. He lives in Shanghai with his wife
    and two daughters.

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