Shanghai Jiao Tong University is one of China’s oldest and most prestigious institutions of higher education, directly administered by the Ministry of Education and co-developed with the city of Shanghai. In response to the national crisis following China’s defeat in the First Sino-Japanese War in the late 19th century, the renowned industrialist and educator Sheng Xuanhuai, along with other visionaries, founded Nanyang Public School in Shanghai in 1896, which later became Jiao Tong University. From its inception, the university adhered to the principle of “practical learning for practical application,” aiming to cultivate top-tier talent. By the 1920s and 1930s, it was already a famous institution domestically, known as the “MIT of the East.” After 121 years of relentless effort, Shanghai Jiao Tong University has become a first-class comprehensive, research-intensive, and international university.
In the nearly 40 years since China’s economic reforms and opening-up, a generation with entrepreneurial spirit has rapidly accumulated wealth. However, with deeper reforms, industrial transformation, and the establishment of a market economy system, those who have created wealth face crucial questions: How can wealth be preserved and increased through industry cycles? How can one plan a happier wealth journey? And with the succession of family generations, how can wealth be passed down for centuries?
China’s affluent class has fully entered the era of global asset allocation. With the trend towards the internationalization of wealth, China officially launched the Common Reporting System (CRS) on January 1, 2017, and will exchange financial account tax-related information with other CRS member countries for the first time in September 2018. Many Chinese people’s domestic and overseas assets will be exposed, and adapting to CRS policy has become a hot topic for China’s wealthy.
Leveraging top domestic and international faculty and investment industry resources, Shanghai Jiao Tong University draws on the wealth management experiences of century-old European and American families. Tailored to the characteristics of China’s wealthy, the university offers a specialized course on “International Wealth Management.” The course aims to provide participants with a multi-dimensional understanding of cutting-edge global investment and management concepts, master practical and effective wealth management methods, discern among complex investment options, conduct scientific wealth management, and effectively enhance corporate and personal assets to realize a prosperous financial life.
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