Monthly Archives: June 2016

Postcard from Beijing – on poor choices that might shape the future

Notes from my conversations and observations in Beijing this week:
There is a considerable degree of desperateness at more levels of government to do something about the impact of the slowing economy than ever before. Even banks traditional incomes are falling, … Continue reading…

Gregg Gibb, Lufax and trends taking shape in the fastest growing P2P lenders….

The following are some of the points I am learning from my conversations with various  peer-to-peer lenders – most recently with Gregg Gibb, the CEO of the Shanghai-based #Lufax (which stands for  Lujiazui Financial Exchange), arguably the world’s largest and … Continue reading…