China in focus

The way ahead

Economists have been revising up their estimates of China’s growth in 2023.

In this new series, UBS research teams and capital markets specialists share their views and insights about what’s driving post COVID-19 recovery, the regulatory frameworks driving future development, key sectors driving innovation, and opportunities for investment, both in 2023 and beyond.

Charting China’s comeback

Examining the drivers that will power the economy onto a course of accelerating growth in 2023.

Inside China’s innovation engine

Tech hardware, EVs, entrepreneurs - examining China’s blueprints for innovation capable of super scaling economic growth

Reading China’s 2049 roadmap

The journey ends in economic self-sufficiency, but what route is China likely to take?

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Greater China Conference (GCC) 2023

Now in its 23rd year, the GCC is the premier forum for investors seeking to understand the opportunities and challenges of investing in China. Since its inception in January 2001, the annual conference has established itself as one of the largest gatherings of corporate managers, policy makers, analysts and investors in China.

Themed “The Way Ahead”, the GCC addressed the latest investment trends and developments and provided unparalleled access to domestic and international China specialists, from current and former policy makers, through leading economists and strategists, to industry and company experts. Other key areas of focus included climate transition and decarbonization goals, policy support for innovation, China-US relations, China-Asean links, the impact of shifts in global supply chain and inflation. In terms of sectors, the Conference discussed consumption, new technology and sustainability, including autonomous driving and EV batteries, restructuring of the property sector, healthcare, leisure and more.

Conference highlights

Dr Wang Tao, UBS Chief China Economist, sees positive recovery for China’s market in 2023.

Ronald Wu, UBS Head of APAC ESG and Sustainability Research, on what's next for ESG in China in 2023

UBS has deep China experience and expertise, the result of over 30 years operating on the ground in one of the world’s most dynamic markets. Via our unique dual platform, UBS Securities offers best in class domestic banking and capital markets services, as well as international access and cross border solutions for institutional investors and corporates.

  • #1 All-China II Research Survey; Top 3 ranking in all 30 categories*
  • Top ranked China Sales and Corporate Access teams
  • Leading market share in Stock Connect
  • Best execution capabilities, and strong onshore-offshore cross border solutions
  • 1st foreign bank IPO sponsor on China’s tech-focused Star Market
  • 1st fully licensed foreign broker in the A-Share market
  • 1st foreign broker to launch A-Share quant research
  • 1st foreign broker to own majority share in a JV
China is a key market for UBS and we are committed to continue investing strategically. By tapping into our multi-entity platform in China, we are well-positioned to offer international clients access to China and to support domestic clients wishing to go global.
Eugene Qian, China Country Head of UBS and Chairman of UBS Securities

The UBS China Briefing, in collaboration with Wall Street Journal

Based on UBS Research and interviews with UBS experts in 2020 and again in 2021, we explore the new drivers of China's economy and how they are influencing global growth in these 8 articles, covering macro trends and investment opportunities, China’s net zero goals, the data paradigm and consumption patterns.

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UBS Securities celebrates 15 years in China

UBS Securities acts as UBS’s investment banking arm in China. In 2022, we celebrated 15 years of helping organizations and institutions with their domestic and cross border banking needs. Read about our journey and expertise here.

UBS-S WeChat

Executive Series: Changed Regulatory Paradigm - Influence on China‘s Capital Market

UBS-S WeChat Executive Series: Listen to Mandy Zhu, Head of Global Banking China, UBS, Guo Zili, Co-Head of Asia ECM, UBS and Sun Lijun, Co-Head of Global Banking, UBS Securities share their insights on the impact of evolving regulatory changes on overseas listing for Chinese companies.

Available in Mandarin, with English subtitles.

New Economy

Planet New Economy

Learn more about sustainable and inclusive growth across TMT, fintech, healthcare, industrial and consumer sectors from UBS award-winning on-the-ground research teams and specialists.


Stay invested but diversified in Chinese stocks

Tommie Fang, Head of China Global Markets, UBS, explains why the underlying intention of China’s regulatory crackdowns is practical.

Global Markets

Decoding China’s QFII new rules

UBS is positioned to help capture the opportunities through our unrivalled China capabilities, full suite of onshore and offshore solutions, optimizing your China access.

Global Markets

China’s Little Sisters Power drives consumption

China’s female consumers – so-called “Little Sisters” or the “she economy” – is becoming increasingly influential in post-pandemic brand-building in the world’s second largest economy.


IIF China Series

UBS partnered with Institute of International Finance (IIF) for a special series focused on China’s financial sector. Exploring China’s opening up and what it means for the wider financial services industry, trends in embedded finance, and the future of international digital finance in a changing ecosystem. More

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