Jack is a frequent speaker and commentator on the subject of China to the broadcast media, including CNN, CNBC, Fox, BBC, NPR and CCTV, as well as a variety of audiences worldwide: universities, business schools, corporate and industry conferences, and various chapters of the Council on Foreign Relations, Asia Society, YPO and other professional organizations. … Jack was a starting guard on one of the best football teams in Yale’s history and played in the famous 29-29 tie against Harvard in 1968, a game which Sports Illustrated has named one of the most exciting college football games of all time.
Jack will be speaking at the Summit, along with Jing Ulrich , head of China research at JP Morgan, James Kynge , editor of The Financial Times ’s China Confidential and author of bestseller China Shakes the World , Marc Faber , author of The Gloom Boom & Doom Report , and many, many other notable speakers. In advance of the Summit, below are some Q&As from Jack for the event official website. … As a category, alternative investments — ranging from direct investments by foreign corporations in Chinese joint ventures and wholly owned facilities, to investments by private equity firms in all sectors of the economy — will continue to be the best way to invest large amounts of capital in China.