CHINA MONEY NETWORK is a China-focused media company providing news, insights and data for institutional investors focused on investing in China. China Money Network's services include China Money Podcast, a top-rated in-depth English-language interview show broadcasted online featuring prominent China-focused investment managers. The podcast is hosted by veteran financial journalist, Nina Xiang, and has been featured by the iTunes store.
CHINA MONEY NETWORK's other products include ZhongguoJinrongBoke.com, a Chinese-language website; daily news briefs covering the Chinese economy, industries, investment funds and expert columns; a Chinese alternative managers database; and upcoming Chinese investment event listings.
CHINA MONEY NETWORK's target audience include overseas institutional investors wanting to gain real local insights on investing in China; investing professionals with a focus on the Chinese market and others interested to learn more about China's investment opportunities.
CHINA MONEY PODCAST has been highly ranked and frequently featured by the iTunes Store, and is widely followed by professional investors in and outside of China.
The podcast is delivered to users who subscribe to the program through iTunes, Blubrry and other podcasting websites. The latest episode is then automatically delivered to their computers and mobile devices wirelessly. All programs are also available on our website, Youtube, Youku and social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook.
CHINA MONEY PODCAST's video programs appear on Institutional Investor China through a media partnership. Select content also appear on Forbes.com. To see a complete list of our featured guests, click here.
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OUR MANAGEMENT TEAM:
Nina Xiang: Editor-in-Chief
Before co-founding China Money Network, Ms. Xiang worked at BusinessWeek magazine in Beijing and Institutional Investor magazine in New York. At Institutional Investor magazine in New York, she covered investment banks, private equity and hedge funds. Her in-depth coverage on distressed debt investments and Morgan Stanley CEO, James Gorman, were noted investigative works.
While in New York, she also served as part-time correspondent for Shanghai’s financial television channel, China Business Network, as well as China Radio International, China’s national English-language radio network.
Sophy Yang: Editor
Wendy Wang: Director of Sales & Marketing
Li Xiaogang: Production Manager
Peter Murong: Chief Technology Officer
Philip Xiong: Multimedia Manager
We are currently looking for an editorial intern
Requirement: basic understanding of finance; passion for journalism; attention for detail; excellent research skills; fluency in both English and Chinese
Desired: skills in both video and audio editorial software; good writing skills; strong communication capabilities
Interested candidates please contact us by email at careers@ChinaMoneyNetwork.com
The views, opinions, forecasts, and statements made by our hosts and guests are the personal views of those respective individuals and may or may not be either endorsed or accepted by China Money Network or the companies with which these individuals are employed. All views expressed in the programs or on the website are for educational and informational purposes only, and are not intended as investment advice you should be utilizing without the expert support of investment advisers.
While this site does not usually endorse or recommend any commercial products, services, company stocks, or investments, this website and its podcast episodes may from time to time accept advertising and sponsorship. The use of any trade, firm, or corporation name is for the information and education of the listening public, and the mention of any of the above on the site does not necessarily constitute an endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by China Money Network. In the event we discuss a product from a sponsor or advertiser on our audio and/or video episodes, we will clearly state that it is a sponsor or advertiser. Any use or purchase of the product by the listener and/or viewer is done in accordance with the terms and conditions provided by the sponsor or advertiser, and China Money Network relieves itself of all liabilities associated with use, abuse, purchase or demonstration of a product or service affiliated with a sponsor or advertiser.