Centennial Sponsor


Founded in 2006 and headquartered in Beijing, CreditEase is a national leader in wealth management, credit management, microfinance investment, and microcredit loan origination and servicing.

With more than 40,000 employees across 232 cities (including Hong Kong) and 96 rural areas in China, CreditEase today services several million borrowers and hundreds of thousands mass affluent in China.

It is supported by a range of international institutional investors, including Morgan Stanley Private Equity Asia, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers and IDG Capital Partners.


Gold Sponsor


Established in New York in June 2015, Meixin Group was founded by a group of talented finance, technology, and media professionals with previous working experience at top Wall Street investment banks, world’s leading technology companies, prestigious law firms, and media outlets. Headquartered in Midtown Manhattan, Meixin strives to provide investors with an one-stop online platform for overseas investment and financial services.

Recent years have witnessed rapid growth in the overseas investment behaviors of Chinese investors. The demand of outward Chinese capital is expected to be a continuous trend. Through connections and collaborations with top US financial institutions and a mature US regulatory mechanism, Meixin is dedicated to providing Chinese individual as well as institutional investors with efficient, high-quality overseas investment channels and optimized asset allocation services.


Silver Sponsors


The Jerome A. Chazen Institute of International Business serves as the hub of international activity at Columbia Business School. The institute draws on the expertise of world-class faculty members and business leaders to help shape the thinking and discourse on major global business issues. We offer lectures, conferences, an e-newsletter, and more. Visit us at www8.gsb.columbia.edu/chazen.


The David and Lyn Silfen Leadership Series is an unparalleled learning opportunity for the entire Columbia Business School community, attracting renowned business leaders from around the world to provide a forum for students to exchange thoughts and ideas. These leaders share innovative ideas, leadership styles, and personal philosophies with our community. The series has established its reputation for attracting top business leaders from New York and around the world.


Columbia Student Investment Management Association (CSIMA) is one of the largest clubs at Columbia Business School with over 300 members. The club is dedicated to the education and career development of students with an interest in the investment management industry. It is also the focal point of contact for hedge funds, mutual funds, family offices, private wealth management, and other investment managers seeking interaction with CBS students. At the birthplace of value investing, CSIMA hopes to build on the thought leadership from Benjamin Graham and Warren Buffett and pledges to give our members ample opportunities to become better investors.


Strategic Partner


Founded in 2005, the China General Chamber of Commerce – U.S.A. (CGCC) is a nonprofit organization representing Chinese enterprises in the United States. Our mission is to promote Chinese investment in the U.S., support the legal rights and interests of members, and enhance cooperation between Chinese and U.S. business communities. The CGCC’s extensive membership includes numerous companies from both China and the United States, including thirty-nine Fortune 500 companies.

The CGCC is the foremost representative of Chinese businesses in the United States.




Founded at Columbia University in 2008, GCC has expanded to the largest, China focused, student run organization in the world, with more than 60 chapters represented in universities including Harvard, Yale, and Tsinghua University.

As a cultural and pre-professional organization, GCC aims to promote US-China relationship through developing personal relationships among the students in both countries, as well as helping students gain a better understanding about their career future.


With China set to become the world’s largest economy within a decade, it’s an imperative for business leaders around the world to develop a sound understanding of the country. Recognizing this growing need for authoritative knowledge on China, CKGSB has established a representative office in the heart of New York City. Our New York presence enables American executives to access our faculty’s unique insights on business in China. It also facilitates cross-cultural networking opportunities with our distinguished Chinese alumni during their visits to the United States.


AiJu, incorporated in March 2014 at NYC, the biggest and first Chinese service platform, including events, lifestyle, entertainment, dating, food, career, culture, fashion, music, art, education, etc. AiJu host events/service more than 600 in two years, have long-term business partnership with more than 400 entities, including companies, universities, organization, individuals, charities. AiJu services cover all students and young professionals, provides online service and offline service.

Website: www.aijunyc.com
Wechat: ID:love_meetup AiJu’s wechat platform is biggest platform in big New York area
Weibo: www.weibo.com/lovemeetup
Facebook: www.facebook.com/lovemeetup


Columbia Business School Asian Alumni Club of New York (CBSAAC) promotes Columbia Business School and business between Asia and the US


Established in 2004, CareerFrog is now a leading job hunting and career coaching institution in China, with global offices in China, US and UK.

CareerFrog provides students and young professionals with job interview training workshops in Management Consulting, Investment Banking, Private Equity and Venture Capital industry, and online 1-on-1 career coaching services across a wider range of industries and functions. Till now CareerFrog has trained more than 40,000 fresh graduates and young professionals, and hit 100% successful rate in job hunting. Employers include top professional service companies/firms such as Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, Merrill Lynch, UBS, McKinsey, BCG, Bain, Roland Berger, AT Kearney, and Fortune 500 Companies all over the world. Moving forward, CareerFrog aims to become “your life time career mentor” to design a wide range of products and services to serve candidates from university graduation to achieve their ultimate career goals.CareerFrog currently holds monthly workshops in China, and is expecting its New York Debut on September 2014. Please follow our official WeChat “CareerFrog”, Sina Weibo “@CareerFrog”, or Renren public account “page.renren.com/600903537”.




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