China deleveraging and its impacts

20 Sep 2023 @ Web Access

This webinar session is successfully held on 20 September 2023.

At this webinar Ms. Michelle Lam and Ms Wei Yao at Societe Generale explored:

  • How will China handle its debt problem?
  • Is a financial crisis inevitable for China?
  • What is the spillover to global economy?
  • What are the implications to China and Asia assets?


Wednesday, 20 September 2023


12:00 - 12:45 (HKT, UTC+8)

  • Free of charge for ANREV member and LP
  • HKD300 for non-member (To check if your company is a member, please click here)
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Head of Research & Chief Economist, APAC
Societe Generale

Wei Yao joined SGCIB in April 2010 and is currently Head of Research for Société Générale in Asia-Pacific and Chief Economist Asia-Pacific. She offers unique insight into the complex transition of the world's second-largest economy and, together with a team of senior analysts, provides in-depth analysis on economic and market dynamics within the region. Wei has been continuously ranked among the top forecasters for China by Bloomberg as well as among the top economists globally in various surveys. Prior to joining SGCIB, Wei worked on Asia economic research for Kuwait-China Investment Company, based in the Middle East. She obtained a bachelor's degree from Fudan University and holds a master’s degree in Economics from Tufts University.

Michelle Lam
Greater China Economist
Societe Generale

Michelle covers China and Taiwan and is based in Hong Kong. She started her career at BNP Paribas London where she worked with a team of European economists and helped analyse European macroeconomic issues. Before joining SG, she was a Senior Economist at TS Lombard, an independent research company, and where she focused on a number of Asian economies including China and Taiwan. Michelle holds an M. Phil. in Economics from Cambridge University.