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The Sixth Women Leadership Panel

September 15, 2018
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Columbia Global Centers | Beijing, No. 26, 1F Core Plaza, 1 Shanyuan Street, Zhongguancun, Haidian District, Beijing

On September 15, Columbia Global Centers | Beijing will host the Sixth Women Leadership Panel with four experienced female professionals with international work experience to share their stories and provide insights in their respective areas including cross border transaction, antitrust law and international trade, real estate equity investments, investor relationship management, etc. This is also the Center's third women leadership panel focusing on financial industry. 

 

Panelists

Rachel Xu LAW '15

Ms. Rachel Xu received her LL.B. Degree at Tsinghua University. Post graduation she joined an international law firm. After practice law for a few years, she pursued her LL.M. degree at Columbia Law School. Rachel Xu later joined the antitrust law practice in Hogan Lovells Washington D.C. Office and returned to China office in 2016.

Rachel Chu

Ms. Rachel Chu is now a senior analyst at Hitone Capital, a boutique real estate investing firm. Rachel holds MS in labor and urban studies from the University of Pennsylvania with Dean's Merit Award. Prior to joining Hitone, she worked at United Nations DPKO, Lauder Institute and Harvest Fund. Rachel focuses primarily on real estate equity investments, hotel and rental apartments industry. She used to be member of AMAC REITs Act Committee.

Janet Li

Ms. Janet Li, currently works for ICBC Headquarter and has participated in ICBC's overseas M&As, investor relationship management, and real estate financial services. She formerly served as one of the spokespersons for CICC. Janet graduated from University of Oxford, University of Hong Kong, with scholarship from China Oxford Committee.

Jingmin Wu SEAS '12

Ms. Jingmin Wu graduated from Columbia University with a master degree from Industrial Engineering and Operations Research. After working for famous financial institutes including Bank of America, Morgan Stanley, Ernst & Young, Jingmin moved back to China and joined a large government owned insurance corporation. Now she is in charge of the overseas investment group covering multiple industries including Senior Living, Healthcare, Fintech and etc.

 

Moderator

Mudi Liang TC '15

Ms. Mudi Liang graduated from Columbia University with a master degree in Economics and Education, with full scholarship from China Scholarship Committee, and formerly worked for World Bank and Colorado State Government. She now conducts researches in China Securities Regulation Committee, with frontier regulation experience in Shanghai Stock Exchange. Ms. Liang advises big data projects in Reg-tech platforms, covering user profiling and US-China financial regulation policy comparative study. Her policy recommendations has been directly reported to senior officials in central government.

 

Special Notice
  • The event will be conducted in Chinese.

  • Due to limited seats, registration will be verified through the QR code confirmation. Please present your QR code at the entrance. 

  • The registration will start 30 minutes before the program. Please plan to arrive no earlier than the registration time and no later than 20 minutes after the end of registration period.

  • If you are unable to attend the event, please inform us in advance. 

  • If you have any questions, please leave us a message below or email beijing.cgc@columbia.edu.