Vania Pang

Capital Markets and Investment Solutions, Index and Quantitative Investment
ICBC Credit Suisse Asset Management (International) Company Limited
Biography

Ms. Pang is responsible for Capital Markets and Investment Solutions functions of the Index and Quantitative Investment department at the ICBC Credit Suisse Asset Management (International) Company Limited. From 2012 to 2016, Ms. Pang was the Vice President of Corporate Strategy and Development, Asia Coal Limited, where she led the strategic mergers and acquisitions, capital raising and investor relations management. Prior to that, she was the Associate Director, Business Development of Crown One Asset Management Company Limited, responsible for sales and marketing of fund products. Between 2007 and 2008, Ms. Pang was Assistant Manager, Public Distribution Hong Kong (Equity Derivatives and Private Investor Product Sales) of RBS, handling sales and marketing of listed equity derivatives products. Before joining RBS, she was an anchor and reporter with the Cable TV and Hong Kong Economic Journal.

Ms. Pang holds a M.Sc. in Development Finance from The University of Manchester, a M.A. in Journalism and a B.A. in Business Administration from The Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Author Archives: Vania Pang

The Investment Opportunity in China’s “New Era”

The 19th Party Congress of China, one of the most important political events in China this year, has cemented President Xi Jinping’s position as one of the most powerful leaders in decades. His name and political ideology are enshrined in the party constitution, known as “Xi Jinping’s Thought on Socialism with Chinese Characteristics for a Read more […]

Looking Ahead to China’s 19th National Congress

The 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC), one of the most important political events this year, will be convened on Oct 18. The reshuffling of the Politburo Standing Committee (PSC) members is crucial to the centralization of power for the new government, as well as the economic and social policies in Read more […]

Embracing the globalization of Chinese equities

For being the second largest capital market and the second largest economy in the world, China is underrepresented in most of the international benchmarks, which is unparalleled with its significance to the world economy. With increased access to the Chinese domestic equities market, one of the largest index compilers received broad support from international investors Read more […]

Reading between the lines of China’s “Twin sessions”

China’s National People’s Congress, the annual plenary session of China’s legislature, is done and dusted. No major policy upheaval ahead the 19th Party Congress in November. Nonetheless, the shift in tone in the government work report have shed some light on China’s policy direction. 1. Tone shifted from “maintaining growth” to “containing risk” The theme Read more […]