CHINA NOW | Power Lunch
“Investment Opportunities in a Mobile China” with Ming Zhao

Tuesday, October 13, 2015 | 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm


Ming Zhao

Please join us for the 1990 Institute’s October CHINA NOW speaker series luncheon featuring Ming Zhao, founder and chief analyst of 86 Research Ltd., China’s leading provider of equity research on China’s internet, eCommerce & digital media sectors, and The Wall Street Journal’s “Best Analyst on the Street” in 2010.

Ming will present his outlook on China’s largest players and China’s mobile future amidst the economic slowdown.

 Tuesday, October 13, 2015  |  12:00 pm – 1:30 pm 

  • 12:00 pm – 12:15 pm    Greetings & Networking
  • 12:15 pm – 12:45 pm    Presentation
  • 12:45 pm – 1:30 pm      Q&A and Dim Sum Lunch

: Yank Sing’s Private Dining Room, 101 Spear St, Rincon Center, San Francisco

Seats limited to 15. Please kindly reserve your seat before 10:00am, Monday, October 12 via:

For more event & parking details, please visit: http://minglunch.eventbrite.com

About Ming Zhao and 86Research:

C. Ming Zhao founded 86Research in 2012, a boutique equity research firm that is registered in Hong Kong and headquartered in Shanghai.  86Research delivers on-the-ground and timely analysis of the China market to institutional clients around the globe, helping them identify extraordinary investment opportunities. Based in Shanghai, 86Research covers Baidu, Tencent, Alibaba, Ctrip, Bitauto, Cheetah Mobile, 58.com, and other leading Chinese firms. As Chief Analyst, Ming specializes in covering China’s Internet, media, technology and consumer companies listed in overseas exchanges.

Prior to 86Research, Ming worked as senior analyst at Susquehanna International Group (SIG), covering the Chinese Internet & New Media for seven years. From 2003-2005, Ming worked for Terra Nova Institutional, a boutique research house in New York City, and Mingrisk, a Shanghai investment consulting firm, where he covered Chinese ADRs. From 2001-2003, he was senior technology analyst at China Eagle Securities and Huaan Fund Management before moving to the United States. In addition to his number 1 ranking in the Wall Street Journal’s 2010 “Best Analysts on the Street,” he also was ranked number 2 in the Financial Times’ 2008 “World’s Top Analysts” ratings. Ming graduated from University of Pittsburgh (MBA), Shanghai University of Finance and Economics (MS) and Beijing University of Posts and Telecom (BE). He holds a CFA and FRM.