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Deutsche Börse expands its network in China

27 Mar 2018

Deutsche Börse expands its network in China

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Deutsche Börse Group has strengthened its commitment to the Chinese market by entering into partnerships with three major associations. The exchange signed Memoranda of Understanding (MoU) with the Asset Management Association of China (AMAC), the National Internet Finance Association (NIFA) and the China International Talent Exchange Foundation (CITEF).

“China is a very important market for Deutsche Börse Group, and we are excited about the new opportunities with our Chinese partners”, says Jeffrey Tessler, member of the Executive Board. “Our cooperation with AMAC will help us to better serve the asset management industry in China and Europe. Working with NIFA supports our efforts in the areas of Sino-German fintech industry and financial markets research; and the partnership with CITEF gives us insights into the areas of Sino-German talent exchange, financial markets training and education areas.”

The cooperation with AMAC includes training and education as well as a staff exchange programme. Furthermore, Deutsche Börse Group became a special member of AMAC. "Our cooperation will further support the internationalisation of the Chinese asset management industry and their development in European markets", says Hong Lei, chairman of AMAC.

The partnership with NIFA comprises joint research and exploring cooperation programmes that support both parties’ member firms. “The signing of the Memorandum of Understanding will establish a friendly and cooperative relationship between NIFA and Deutsche Börse Group, promoting the development of both sides in the area of internet finance and their respective fields of expertise”, says Mr. Li Dongrong, president of NIFA.

The collaboration with CITEF aims at joining forces in the area of talent training, the alignment with government officials and the general exchange of information.

Deutsche Börse Group already established partnerships with several Chinese exchanges: among them are Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE) and China Financial Futures Exchanges (CFFEX) as well as several financial institutions such as the China Futures Association (CFA). In January 2017, the Group signed a MoU with the School of Management of Fudan University in order to establish an extended relationship and to cooperate in the area of financial education.

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