The Growing and Evolving Gold Retail Investment Market in China - Cheng, World Gold Council
Wednesday, October 31, 2012
Even with an uncertain global economic recovery, China’s gold market remains resilient and promising, as Albert Cheng, Managing Director, Far East, World Gold Council, reports.
Albert L. H. Cheng,
Managing Director, Far
East, World Gold Council
Albert Cheng joined the World Gold Council, Singapore regional office in March 1993 as a Regional Manager, Planning and Business Development, Far East, becoming Managing Director, Far East in 2003 with responsibility for operations in the entire region. Prior to his many years in gold marketing, he was with Dentsu, Young and Rubicam, Hong Kong in the early 80’s, where he was responsible for a number of popular and durable consumer products. He was Account Director when he left. His career in gold marketing began in July, 1985 when he joined the Royal Canadian Mint as the Regional Manager in charge of sales & marketing in the Asia Pacific region. Mr. Cheng is widely consulted on the development of the gold markets in Asia throughout the past 27 years with both the Royal Canadian Mint and World Gold Council. He is one of the international advisors of the Shanghai Gold Exchange. A graduate of the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Mr. Cheng holds a degree in Business Ad