Tjun Tang: How to reinvent the funding of new ventures in China
About this talk: Explosive economic growth in Asia has been funded in a variety of ways, including big banks, and government investment. But for emerging enterprises, options are limited due to daunting collateral requirements for loans. Tjun Tang offers reconnaissance on the current financial landscape for entrepreneurial ventures in Asia and offers recommendations for some vital reforms for the debt market.
About this speaker
Tjun Howe Tang is the Head of BCG’s Financial Institutions Practice in Asia Pacific. He is an expert in bank-wide transformation, strategic and operational topics in corporate and investment banking, wealth and securities, and asset management. He has co-authored many publications, including BCG’s annual reports for Global Wealth, Global Asset Management and Creating Value in Banking. He also contributes regularly to columns for leading Chinese and international publications.
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