IFR Asia China Onshore/Offshore Roundtable 2022: Participants

IFR Asia China Onshore/Offshore Roundtable 2022
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Jenny Huang

Fitch Ratings

Jenny Huang is a senior director leading Fitch Ratings' China corporate research team, based in Shanghai and Beijing. Her team produces in-depth reports for China’s key sectors such as infrastructure, auto, consumer, and healthcare as well as thematic research such as public-private partnership, supply side reform, and onshore defaults.

Before joining Fitch in 2014, Huang worked at the investor relations department of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing (TSMC).

Before that, she was a small-cap equity research analyst in CLSA. Prior to her career in the capital markets, Huang worked as a knowledge professional at McKinsey & Co covering non-finance sectors.

Vienna Lit


Vienna Lit is managing director for FICC in China International Capital Corporation (Singapore), where she heads the global offshore credit trading team in Hong Kong and Singapore. Prior to joining CICC in 2008, she worked at Fortis as a commodities trader.

Daqian Darius Tang

Fitch Bohua

Darius Tang is associate director in Fitch Bohua’s Corporates department based in Beijing, where he is primarily responsible for the credit rating and analysis of China’s energy and commodities companies.

Before joining Fitch Bohua, Tang worked for Ernst & Young Advisory. He has gained years of experience in domestic rating agencies, evaluating the credit quality of China’s government funding vehicles and SOEs.

Hwang Hwa Sim


Hwang Hwa Sim is global head of capital markets at Linklaters. He has over 20 years’ experience in Asia, covering the full range of debt, equity, and equity-linked products in China and across the region.

Sim has a built a reputation in equity-linked products, hybrid securities, offshore bond issuance by major Chinese companies, ESG financing, Panda bonds and structured pre-IPO investments.

He advises on complex fund raisings and principal investments in the Asian region, and assists alternative capital providers, global investment banks, special situations groups, hedge funds and private equity funds on proprietary investments in Greater China.

David Yim

Standard Chartered Bank (Hong Kong)

David Yim is head of debt capital markets, Greater China & North Asia at Standard Chartered Bank. He has 25 years of experience in debt capital markets. Prior to joining Standard Chartered in 2015, Yim was head of NEA debt capital markets at the Royal Bank of Scotland, covering investment-grade bonds, high-yield bonds, and syndication.

Yim has developed a track record in assisting Chinese issuers to raise funds in debt capital markets, including policy banks, major commercial banks, SOEs and POEs.

Morgan Davis

IFR Asia (moderator)

Morgan Davis is IFR Asia’s bond editor, based in Hong Kong. She started at IFR Asia in October 2021, after previously covering financial markets for GlobalCapital, Asiamoney, NexChange and FundFire in Hong Kong and New York.

IFR Asia has a team of reporters and editors in Hong Kong, Singapore, Tokyo, Beijing, Melbourne, and Mumbai, covering onshore and offshore capital markets transactions across Asia Pacific.

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