ZISHI Cornerstone is pleased to announce a series of bespoke webinars, launched in partnership with the Shenzhen Stock Exchange (SZSE).

Aimed at trading professionals within China, the UK and beyond, the webinar series is designed to provide insight into a variety of trading mechanisms, practices and operations, covering a broad spectrum of activity across the discipline.

Topics covered by the webinars include:

· Trading Mechanism and Market Operation of Complex Orders
· Eurex Margining System – Prisma
· Options Trading Analysis and Practice
· Block Trading Mechanism in Derivatives Markets
· Regulation of Options Training Companies

The webinar series follows on from successful training and insight-delivery activity conducted by ZISHI Cornerstone and in partnership with established trading bodies across China. These include the Dalian Commodity Exchange, Zhengzhou Commodity Exchange, Shanghai Futures Exchange and Chinese Futures Association, with whom ZISHI Cornerstone delivered successful initiatives during 2019. All webinars will be delivered by ZISHI’s established team of industry-leading training professionals.

The global COVID-19 pandemic has underlined more than ever the huge importance of international interconnectivity. Lockdowns in major economies have accelerated what, some may argue, was the inevitable digitisation of professional life. Conducting business remotely has and continues to present challenges for organisations and individual trading professionals alike; simultaneously, the demand for traders to remain at the cutting edge of market developments and trends has not abated. By providing remote training in this vein across this series of webinars, ZISHI Cornerstone brings the accessibility of remote training to its best in class training practices.

As global economies tentatively emerge from lockdown restrictions and into an often uncertain and certainly changed environment, it has never been more important for trading professionals to gather actionable insight and market intelligence, to ensure that they are appropriately equipped to function in a shifting marketplace.

China’s message to the world is that the nation is firmly open for business. The Shenzhen Stock Exchange embodies this spirit of openness – founded in 1990, the exchange is, in its own words, “committed to developing China’s multi-tiered capital market system, serving national economic development and transformation and supporting the national strategy of independent innovation”. A truly international exchange, SZSE has MOUs in place with more than 30 other major stock exchanges and financial institutions and is a member of both the World Federation of Exchanges (WFE) and the Asian and Oceanian Stock Exchanges Federation (AOSEF).