Shanghai Evans Investment Management Limited

SEIML is proud to work with the below organisations in providing services to domestic and foreign companies and asset managers operating in China.

As part of a broader business platform, SEIML and its partners can assist foreign and domestic start-ups, SMEs and corporates in all aspects of capital raising and business management and planning.

Suzhou Equity Exchange

The Suzhou Equity Exchange officially opened to the public in Suzhou Industrial Park (SIP) after being approved by the Jiangsu provincial government.
The exchange serves as a public trading platform for non-listed companies in equity trading, and provide tailored financial solutions to micro and small businesses. The platform will provide services to private equity funds and qualified investors in capital and product trading as well.

China – Singapore Suzhou Industrial Park Development Group Co. Ltd

China-Singapore Suzhou Industrial Park Development Co., Ltd. (CSSD) was jointly developed by the governments of China and Singapore in August 1994. With Sino-Singapore cooperation, CSSD has made great contribution to the development of Suzhou Industrial Park (SIP).
CSSD will accelerate the integration of the key elements of new urbanization construction, to build strategic cooperation platform and strive to be the leading corporate of new urbanization construction in China.

Bank of East Asia

Incorporated in 1918, The Bank of East Asia, Limited ("BEA") is Hong Kong’s largest independent local bank, with total consolidated assets of HK$788.5 billion (US$101.0 billion) as of 30th June, 2017. Listed on The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong, the Bank is a constituent stock of the Hang Seng Index.
Today, the BEA Group operates one of the most extensive networks of any foreign bank in Mainland China, with outlets in 44 if its cities nationwide. Overseas, the Bank maintains an active presence in Southeast Asia, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
For more information, please refer to the English website of BEA as below:

Financial Markets Training

Financial Markets Training offers training programmes on most aspects of modern finance. The range of products taught encompass the main asset classes:
• foreign exchange
• interest rate risk
• credit risk
• equity markets
• commodity markets
• investment management
• securities operations
In all asset classes both the underlying assets and derivatives are covered.