He participated in China‘s rise to an economic and political powerhouse over the last 30 years.
Today, Malcolm is the president of RiddellTseng. This boutique investment bank advises leading international financial services companies on China-focused business & investment opportunities. He’s also the author and editor of ChinaDebate.
I’m writing to help spread the word of the CHINARoundtable discussions that Malcolm hosts five times a year at the Harvard Club of New York City. These roundtables are all about the “business of relationships” (networking for knowledge, expertise, opportunities, etc.).
In Malcolm’s words:
Experts introduce the issues and then join the group as co-equal participants in the discussions. The experts—Chinese officials, academics, professionals, experienced business and investment practitioners, and others—become part of each Member’s network, with no further involvement from us, and may be drawn upon to help further individual China objectives.
The CHINA Roundtable membership is small, to ensure that each Member has full opportunities to express his or her views and to challenge those of the other Members and the experts.
In this way, you hear diverse perspectives on an issue for insights that are greater than any one Member or single expert could alone produce—insights that lead you to your own best conclusions about the issues and that better inform your decisions and actions about China.
The next roundtable is Wednesday, February 26, 2014. The focus is China’s current banking and financial crisis.
Investors are increasingly concerned that China’s investment through borrowing since 2008 may trigger a financial crisis. —Bloomberg News
Malcolm has assembled an impressive array of speakers:
- Pieter Bottelier — Johns Hopkins Senior Adjunct Professor of China Studies
- David Dollar — Senior Fellow, Brookings Institution
- John Holden — Senior Associate, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
- Carl Walter — Former CEO, JPMorgan Chase, Commercial Banking (China)
He describes the upcoming roundtable this way:
Next Wednesday, we’ll tackle an issue that threatens to tank not just China’s economy but the whole world economy: the deepening financial and banking crises.
My aim is for our Members to return to their offices that afternoon better prepared for how ever these crises play out–reform, muddle though, or collapse. With the stakes so high, this might be our most important CHINARoundtable yet.
Please contact Malcolm to learn more about the CHINARoundtable and how becoming a Member could help you better address your China-impacted business and investment challenges:Malcolm Riddell (941) 330-9998 office (941) 321-5000 cell email@example.com