Alan Calvert’s 1984 Economics class got a great reception during the 10th UK – China Economic and Financial Dialogue and the 2019 RMB Global Cities Dialogue last week at Bloomberg “In 1984 if you wanted to build a dam in the west you bought in a lot of big Caterpillar equipment. In China you hired 1 million people and gave them each a shovel

”How things have changed…… and that’s before we talk about Belt and Road.

We wish to extend a special thank you to People’s Bank of China, Bank of China, China Construction Bank, HSBC, HM Treasury, City of London, London Stock Exchange, Shanghai Clearing House, Shanghai Stock Exchange, Standard Chartered Bank and SWIFT, for sharing your expertise and knowledge at the RMB Global Cities Dialogue. Especially Caroline Owen, CFA Yan Jinny and Vikesh Patel

To see more about the RMB Global Cities Dialogue please refer to the document attached, there you will find the keynote addresses from the Vice Governor of the People’s Bank of China, Chen Yulu and the Economic Secretary of the Treasury and City Minister, John Glen MP.

For Al Calvert’s Economic class highlights please email