Miranda is a Vice President and a China salesperson at J.P. Morgan Investment Bankin Hong Kong. She runs equity derivatives for Chinese financial institutions.
Prior to joining J.P. Morgan in 2015, Miranda worked in various roles in the investment banking and asset management industries. She was an equity derivative salesperson, a fund structurer in UBS, and later a mutual fund sales in Vanguard.
Miranda holds an MEng from Cornell University and a BBA from Tsinghua University.
China Alliance of Social Value Investment (CASVI)
Angela Bai is the Secretary General at China Alliance of Social Value Investment (CASVI), a non-profit NGO platform dedicated to promoting sustainable development finance in China. She is also a member of the UNDP SDG Impact Financing Technical Committee, member of the UNICEF Child Bond Standard Committee, Independent Director of Grameen China, and founder of COIN (Cross-Over Innovation Network). Ms. Bai has more than 23 years of experience in the finance industry and was Head of Industrial and Commercial Bank of China Busan Branch, Vice President of MasterCard Worldwide GKA (HSBC) and Managing Director of AGIC Capital. She received her MBA from Kellogg Business School, Northwestern University and HKUST’s joint program, a Masters in Economics from Korea University and Bachelors degree in Law from RUC.
Rodolphe Bocquet leads Qontigo’s expansion of indexing and analytics in the ESG space. A pioneer and innovator in ESG investing, Bocquet most recently served as an independent sustainability consultant working with a range of clients, including the World Bank and the Inter-American Development Bank. In 2014, he co-founded and served as Chief Executive Officer of Beyond Ratings, a startup created to better integrate long-term sustainability drivers and their impact on investments. Beyond Ratings was acquired by the London Stock Exchange Group in May 2019. Bocquet began his career in trading and risk management at Société Générale, but shifted his focus in 2001 to energy, climate and sustainability, holding positions with Carbone 4, AFTER, Agence Française de Développement, Conseil Régional d’Aquitaine, ADEME (Environment and Energy Management Agency), Eco-Carbone and other organizations. Bocquet earned an MBA from HEC Paris, which included studies at the Stern Business School of New York University. He also holds a master’s degree in Environmental Engineering from Mines ParisTech ISIGE.
Rui Chen joined CITIC Securities in 2015. He is responsible for structured products in Equity Derivatives. Prior to this, he was an analyst in Guotai Junan Securities, focused on financial products and quantitative strategy.
He graduated from Huazhong University of Science and Technolgy, holding a PhD degree in Financial Engineering.
Senior Director, Strategy Indices
S&P Dow Jones Indices
Tianyin Cheng is Senior Director, Strategy Indices at S&P Dow Jones Indices She focuses on alternate beta strategies including factor based strategies, dividends, and volatility, as well as quantitative, thematic, and asset allocation strategies. In her role, Tianyin works closely with the sales, marketing, and global research design departments to bring new ideas to market.
Prior to her current role, Tianyin was a quant analyst and risk manager at Catalytic Investment Group, a Singapore based multi strategy fund, equity fund, and family office She also has two years of experience in quantitative equity research, including a position at Daiwa Capital Markets in Singapore.
Tianyin holds a MSc in econometrics and mathematical economics with Distinction from The London School of Economics ( and a BSc in mathematics with the Lee Kuan Yew Gold Medal award from Nanyang Technological University.
Head of Listed Structured Products Sales - Asia
Cedric is head of listed structured products sales for Asia at J.P. Morgan. He joined J.P. Morgan in 2010 to start the build out of the warrants marketing platform. Since then, he has led the business to become a top player in Hong Kong’s derivative warrants market – reaching #1 sales of Warrants for eight consecutive years. Cedric expanded the team to Thailand in 2017, and J.P. Morgan has since become a leading derivatives warrants issuer there by providing global underlyings access to investors. Prior to joining J.P. Morgan, Cedric worked at a European investment bank covering the structured products third party distribution in Hong Kong and Singapore.
Cedric is the co-chair of the warrants working group of Asia securities industry and financial markets association (ASIFMA), working with the industry, exchanges and regulators to advise on market development improve the overall market. He is also part of the listed structured products (A-Share) working group of the financial services development council (FSDC).
Cedric is a regular guest at the finance programmes of TVB, Now Finance, Cable TV, and Metro Finance Channel. He is a guest columnist for several newspapers including the Hong Kong Economic Journal and Hong Kong Economic Times. Cedric is also a frequent guest speaker at education seminars organised by exchanges, securities brokerages, and media outlets.
Structured Retail Products
Pablo is managing editor of SRP News, having joined as a research analyst covering Spain, Portugal and Latin America, and then becoming a senior reporter. Previously, Pablo was a research & publications officer for a UK TUC-supported campaign with trade unions in Colombia and a communications manager for Pan- American Sports Network (PSN) in Miami, which he joined as a news producer.
General Manager - Quantitative Investment Derivatives
CMB Wealth Management
Financial Services Development Council
My career has mainly been in the financial regulatory sector in Hong Kong and Australia, with some 29 years at senior management level and over 20 years in senior positions, including over eight years as a Member of the Board of the SFC, four years as the Head of Listing of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing, three years as Chief Executive Officer of the Financial Reporting Council and almost six years as a Member of the Financial Services Development Council.
Structured Investment Manager
Ping An Bank
With 8 years of experience in the financial industry, Lucia is an expert in structured products and asset management. Before joining Ping An Bank, she worked at UBS, specialising in structured product pricing and strategy. Lucia holds a masters of finance and economics from the London School of Economics, as well as a masters in statistics and economics from the École nationale de la statistique et de l'administration économique.
Structured Product Manager
Toding joined HSBC in 2006, and has been the structured product manager since 2015. He is one of the key initiators and developers for HSBC online structured products, tailor-made platform. The platform won the SRP China 2019 Best technological solution award and 2019 Shanghai Banking industry innovation award. HSBC China's structured product team has also launched a series of ESG-linked structured products, which has proven a valuable contribution to ESG development in China.
Head of Wealth Management Treasury Products & Specialists Singapore & Region
United Overseas Bank (UOB)
John has more than 16 years of wealth management and financial market experience spanning across structured products, rates, credit, foreign exchange and equity. His role involves making financial products accessible and helping wealth management clients to understand their relative risk and rewards. He is skilled in people development and knowledge transfer, often participating in industry conversations, building strong partnerships and simplifying advisory delivery. Leading a team of passionate and highly skilled wealth management professionals, his business approach is always portfolio- and client-centric with the vision towards sustainable growth for both clients and the bank.
Derivatives and Quantitative Investment Manager
China Guangfa Bank Asset Management
Yuwei is the team leader of structured products and quantitative strategies investment team at Guangfa Bank. She has eight years of experience in derivatives and three years in FX trading. She started her career as an FX trader in the wealth management department of Citibank. She holds a master’s degree in Lingnan Business School of Sun Yat-sen University.
Head of Portfolio Strategy Development
PSBC Wealth Management
Mr. Jing Qiang is currently the Head of Portfolio Strategy Department in PSBC WM. He has been in the banking and asset management business for more than a decade and has extensive experience in related area. He has a unique understanding on portfolio management as well as asset allocation, and it was under his leadership that the PSBCARCH Index was designed and implemented by the portfolio strategy department. This index has made PSBC WM the pioneer in QIS business among all state-owned banks’ WM subsidiaries. Prior to his current role, Mr. QIANG ran the fixed income department in PSBC WM.
Minny Siu is a partner in King & Wood Mallesons Hong Kong SAR office where she specialises in derivatives, structured products, financial regulatory and FinTech. She advises most of the listed and unlisted structured product issuers in the market for their structured products and the development of various new listed structured product. She also actively advises cross-border regulatory issues relating to RQFII, QDIIs and cross-border RMB settlement related issues, and the offering/ marketing of securities in the Asia-Pacific region generally. She is an active participant in various industry working groups and committees, including the Capital Markets Committee of ASIFMA, a working group for an industry paper of FSDC and the regulatory committee member of Investment Fund Association and the Offshore RMB Working Group (since 2013).
Minny has been named as a leading lawyer in Structured Products and Derivatives and Financial Regulatory by Chambers Asia Pacific, Legal 500 Asia Pacific and IFLR1000. She has been named as one of the Women Leaders in Hong Kong by IFLR1000 Women Leaders 2020. Minny speaks fluent Mandarin, Cantonese and English, and is qualified to advise on Hong Kong and English laws.
Fei Song is head of global market division for China Citic Bank Asset Management Centre. He previously worked as the deputy head of capital market division and global market division for Bank of Communication Asset Management. Prior to this, he was the senior quant strategist of BGC Partner and lead the New York front office quant team.
He graduated from Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, holding a PhD degree in science and master’s degree in mathematical finance.
Head of Treasury
DBS Bank (China)
With 17 years' of experience in capital markets, Daphne is an expert in trading and structuring new investment ideas. She is a global banker and citizen, having worked across Singapore, Hong Kong and now China.
For the past two years, Daphne has managed a team of product managers and has been responsible for presenting innovative products to Chinese clients.
Head (Policy Research)
Financial Services Development Council
Rocky is Head of policy research for the Financial Services Development Council (FSDC). He leads the team responsible for conducting policy research and industry surveys for the formulation of proposals to the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government and financial regulators.
Prior to joining the FSDC, Rocky was the Director of capital markets policy for CFA Institute, covering research areas related to capital market structures (e.g. corporate governance, regulatory environment) in the Asia Pacific region. Before that, he was the Senior Economist for the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce, where he oversaw its macroeconomic research, as well as labour- and international trade- related policy research functions. He also served as an economist and a research analyst for banks, a trade credit insurer and a Hong Kong-based think-tank.
Head of Structured Investments
Ping An Bank Wealth Management
Zhu Xiaotian wspent many years working on Wall Street, including at JPMorgan Chase Bank and Credit Suisse First Boston Bank. Upon returning to China, Zhu worked in the quantitative investment department of CITIC Securities and was responsible for the Delta One OTC derivative business for many years. Zhu was responsible for the enhanced income of the largest 8 billion securities lending pool in the domestic industry. He has rich investment and management experience in the field of quantification and derivatives, as well as strong derivatives trading and pricing capabilities. More recently, Zhu was responsible for the management of more than 600 billion structural deposits in Ping An Bank, covering various assets such as interest rates, exchange rates, commodities, and stocks
Grace joined CITIC Securities in 2014 to lead the banking sales team. She manages quantitative and derivatives business with Chinese institutions. Prior to joining, Grace worked in the cross asset solutions team for Société Générale's Hong Kong branch. Grace holds a master's degree from HKUST and an undergraduate degree from Tsinghua University.
Director of R&D department
China Securities Index
Yonggang is director of China Securities Index's R&D department and is responsible for index development and other research. He has broad research and product design experience, covering factor investment, smart beta, ESG, asset allocation and big data indexes. He has been working at China Securities since 2010.
Yonggang has a PhD in Financial Engineering and a post-doctorate from Shenzhen Stock Exchange.