SRP China 2020

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01-02 December, 2020 Digital, China - Mainland


       SRP China Conference 2020

     SRP 2020年中国峰会

     Digital| 1-2 December



Available to download: SRP China 2020 Awards Methodology


We hosted the 2nd Annual SRP China Conference, from Dec 1 - 2 of 2020. With 25 senior decision-makers from across China's leading banks preparing to tackle the industry's most pressing challenges, this is the biggest event dedicated to growing the Chinese structured products market.



Key topics of discussion included:

  • What is the future of structured products in China? 
  • Growth of the Greater Bay Area – what does this spell for issuers and investors of structured products? 
  • Is China ready for ESG? 
  • What role is platform technology playing in the democratisation of derivatives? 
  • What is the role of non-domestic banks in shaping the Chinese structured products market?



  • 中国的结构性商品发展何去何从?
  • 大湾区发展蓝图对结构性商品发行人和投资者代表着什么?
  • 中国在可持续发展投资领域准备好了吗?
  • 金融科技平台在衍生品大众化过程中起到何种作用?
  • 外资银行在中国结构性商品市场上扮演的角色?




SRP China 2020!


SRP China 2020 brought together senior representatives from retail and commercial banks, securities' houses, investment banks, asset managers and index providers as well as law firms, regulatory bodies and fintech firms to network, connect and debate the unique challenges and opportunities of the Chinese market. The conference culminates in SRP's inaugural China Awards which recognise the best in the structured products business. As the only dedicated structured products conference in China mainland, this was a must-attend event if you wanted to keep abreast of the latest happenings in this growing and vibrant industry. 




Check out our insight articles on the Chinese market

The balance of structured deposits for small-medium banks at the end of September has fallen by 12.7% to CNY5.4 trillion (US$806.2 billion) compared with that at the end of December 2019. READ MORE.


Chinese banks are finalising their paperwork to meet the new requirements set by the landmark regulatory framework targeting the sales of structured deposits. But new concerns have arisen in relation to the future of dual currency investments. READ MORE


HSBC China has launched two structured deposits tied to its new HSBC Vantage Z Index (USD) Excess Return, which is designed to serve Chinese high-net-worth investors by including China equities as a component.  READ MORE



Missed us last year? Download the 2019 brochure



Confirmed Speakers

Our sponsors

Gold sponsor

CITIC Securities

Silver sponsor


Bronze sponsor

JP Morgan Securities LLC

Associate sponsors

China Securities Index Co. Ltd
S&P Global
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