ICS & NCUSCR CHINA Town Hall Lecture: Wei He, "Navigating Emerging U.S. Sanctions on China"

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November 10, 2020
5:00PM - 6:30PM
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Online (Registration Required)

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Add to Calendar 2020-11-10 17:00:00 2020-11-10 18:30:00 ICS & NCUSCR CHINA Town Hall Lecture: Wei He, "Navigating Emerging U.S. Sanctions on China" The Institute for Chinese Studies, in partnership with the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations presents our local speaker for the 2020 CHINA Town Hall: Wei He President Infinity Institute "Navigating Emerging U.S. Sanctions on China" Flyer: Wei He Flyer [PDF] Abstract:   Amid escalating US-China conflicts, U.S. and China imposed a series of sanctions against each other. Communities that have been involved in US-China trade, business or scientific collaborations are under scrutiny. This talk will illustrate the emerging US sanctions landscape and the strategies the affected communities could adopt. 1.     The impact of emerging US sanctions on China in US-China Trade and Investment 2.     A deep dive on Hong Kong related sanctions 3.     Strategies and Risk management for business and scientific communities engaging in cross-continental trade and/or partnership in navigating the new sanction landscape. Online (Registration Required) East Asian Studies Center easc@osu.edu America/New_York public
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The Institute for Chinese Studies, in partnership with the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations presents our local speaker for the 2020 CHINA Town Hall:

Wei He

President
Infinity Institute

"Navigating Emerging U.S. Sanctions on China"

Flyer: Wei He Flyer [PDF]

Abstract:  

Amid escalating US-China conflicts, U.S. and China imposed a series of sanctions against each other. Communities that have been involved in US-China trade, business or scientific collaborations are under scrutiny. This talk will illustrate the emerging US sanctions landscape and the strategies the affected communities could adopt.

1.     The impact of emerging US sanctions on China in US-China Trade and Investment

2.     A deep dive on Hong Kong related sanctions

3.     Strategies and Risk management for business and scientific communities engaging in cross-continental trade and/or partnership in navigating the new sanction landscape.

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Bio:

Wei He, Ph.D. in Public Policy and Certified Global Sanctions Specialist, is a policy expert in sanctions, anti-money laundering (AML) and US export control related compliance. Her book The Role of World Financial Institutions in Enforcing US Sanctions and AML analyzes the sophisticated legislative and institutional settings that incentivise world financial institutions to assist the US in enforcing sanction related US foreign policies and laws. She founded Infinity Institute, an non-profit organization and currently serves as the president.

Prior to that, she worked as Vice President at JPMorgan Chase in the Department of Global Financial Crime Compliance, responsible for a series of global financial sanctions/AML program evaluation projects. She earned her Ph.D. in Public Policy from Duke University and published a number of books. She provided consulting/training service to prominent business groups and academic institutions, including CCPIT, THX Capital Holdings and College of Public Affairs at Ohio State University.
 


Dr. He's lecture is followed shortly after by the CHINA Town Hall Keynote event featuring investor, philanthropist, and author, Ray Dalio on Tuesday November 10, 7:00-8:00 pm. For more information on this, and other events through the CHINA Town Hall series, please visit our news page at: https://easc.osu.edu/news/cth2020

Free and Open to the Public

If you require an accommodation, such as live captioning, to participate in this event, please contact Stephanie Metzger at metzger.235@osu.edu or 614-247-4725. Requests made at least two weeks in advance of the event will generally allow us to provide seamless access, but the university will make every effort to meet requests made after this date. 

The ICS Lecture Series is supported by a U.S. Department of Education Title VI grant to The Ohio State University East Asian Studies Center.