Securitization in China – Overview & Issues (4 Dec 2014)
Asian Institute of International Financial Law
Faculty of Law, University of Hong Kong
Securitization in China – Overview & Issues
Jeffrey H. Chen
Partner & Head of Asia Structured Finance, Dentons
Professional Advisory Board Member, Asian Institute of International Financial Law
Thursday, 4 December 2014
12:30 – 1:30 pm
Academic Conference Room, 11/F Cheng Yu Tung Tower
The University of Hong Kong
The past year has seen a dramatic pick-up on domestic securitizations in China. This presentation will provide an overview of both the CBRC and CSRC securitization schemes. But the speaker will focus on the legal, regulatory and other issues which must be addressed before a viable cross-border securitization market out of China can be developed. The session will include ample time for Q&A.
Jeffrey H. Chen is a capital markets, structured finance and derivatives lawyer with experience that spans the Asian markets. His practice is focused on limited recourse and cross-border financing structures of all types, including asset-backed securities and asset backed loans. He also advises on compliance with the Volcker Rule and on the regulation of OTC derivatives under the Dodd-Frank Act. He is listed as a leading lawyer in the Chambers & Partners Global Guide and in Chambers Asia (2008-2010), and in IFLR’s Guide to the World’s Leading Structured Finance and Securitization Lawyers. He is listed by Asia Legal Business as one of 19 lawyers in “The Experts” category in the ALB Hot 100 Lawyers of 2011. Jeff serves on the Professional Advisory Board of the Asian Institute of International Financial Law, Faculty of Law, The University of Hong Kong. He is also a member of the Asia-Pacific Legal & Regulatory Committee of the International Swaps & Derivatives Association (ISDA). Jeff received his J.D. from The George Washington University Law School. He earned both his M.A. and B.A. degrees from the University of Michigan. He is admitted to practice as an attorney in New York and the District of Columbia, and as a solicitor in Hong Kong.