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Tech Exchange 2023

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A Time for Exchange


The J.P. Morgan Tech Exchange (MTE) is proud to connect the ideas that shape our future with the capital to accelerate it. More than 200 clients from across the world came together in Shanghai–a powerhouse of China and a city of unique vibrance and spirit–for the eighth annual Tech Exchange. It was an opportunity to reconnect in the midst of an ongoing pandemic recovery, and reassess the trajectory of our technology landscape.

Chapter 1: The Asian Growth Story

Keynote: Innovation in China and Beyond

Daniel Zhang, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Alibaba Group; Kam Shing Kwang, Chief Executive Officer, Asia, Private Bank and Vice Chair of Investment Banking for Greater China, J.P. Morgan

Chinese leadership in technology deserves recognition. Already home to some of the world’s most innovative commerce platforms, China’s tech powerhouses are forging ahead with new ‘AI-Commerce’ models, leveraging an immense user base. This progress is being driven both from the top down and the bottom up; Alibaba is now giving global developers and researchers access to large pre-trained AI models, and the implications could be massive.

Number of weeks our clients have been net buyers of equities since the market bottomed
Chapter 1: The Asian Growth Story

Connecting China and the World

Nicolas Aguzin, Chief Executive Officer, Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited; Paul Thompson, Head of Hong Kong and the Philippines Market, J.P. Morgan Private Bank

Asia is fast becoming the world’s economic engine, with China at its core. With the reopening of China’s economy, its outlook continuous to be attractive. In fact, we are living through a global capital market shift, “The Big Bang of Finance”, in which China’s capital markets are expected grow from about US$30 trillion today to over US$100 trillion in the next decade. As a leading global international financial center, Hong Kong’s role as an East-West superconnector has therefore become more relevant than ever, and is uniquely positioned to capture the once-in-a-generation opportunity by facilitating two-way capital flows, further deepening connectivity between China and the World.

U.S. clients who are materially underweight Europe relative to developed equity benchmarks
Chapter 1: The Asian Growth Story

Spotlight: Contouring Indonesia’s Cosmetics Ecosystem

Christopher Madiam, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Social Bella; Mark Fiteny, Head of APAC New Economy & TMT and Head of Global Consumer Internet Investment Bank, J.P. Morgan

How do you build a successful business across the vast Indonesian archipelago? We profile the fastest growing personal beauty company in Indonesia, which made the unconventional leap of expanding their brick and mortar presence in the midst of the pandemic. Southeast Asia’s young and digitally savvy population has unique consumer preferences, and leveraging detailed demographic behavior will be immensely valuable for consolidating success in this booming region.

Number of stocks in the Russell 3000 index that have fallen more than 75% from their 2021 highs
Chapter 2: Towards Zero Carbon, Zero Waste

Charging the Green Mobility Dream

Jenny Lee, Managing Partner, GGV Capital; Stella Li, Executive Vice President and Chief Executive Officer, Americas, BYD; Anita Mak, Head of Taiwan Market, J.P. Morgan Private Bank

A growing number of manufacturers are producing electric vehicles (EV) at scale. In China, government support of the industry, combined with high consumer demand, has resulted in an EV penetration rate that is far higher than other parts of the world. A native Chinese brand that proudly considers itself a tech company, not a car company, is now one of the world’s largest EV producers. They are considered the only company in the industry with a truly integrated production line, from the EV itself, to the power systems and solar panels.

Number of weeks our clients have been net buyers of equities since the market bottomed
Chapter 2: Towards Zero Carbon, Zero Waste

Advanced Materials: Connecting Science to Life

Hak Cheol (H.C.) Shin, Chief Executive Officer, LG Chem; Andrew L. Cohen, Executive Chairman, Global Private Bank, J.P. Morgan

Practical examples can help us understand what is needed to achieve a carbon neutral and waste-free future. Korea’s largest (and the world’s third largest) chemical company has set its sights on Net Zero Emissions by 2030, as it continues to produce battery materials, petrochemicals and pharmaceuticals at scale. Today the focus is on decarbonization at every stage of the supply chain, from manufacturing to shipping. Driven by the increased penetration and adoption of electric vehicles, the company’s battery materials business is expected to grow six times by 2030.

U.S. clients who are materially underweight Europe relative to developed equity benchmarks
Chapter 3: The Intelligence Leap

Let’s Chat AI

Dr. Yi Luo, Senior Research Scientist, Tencent AI Lab; Dr. Chak Wong, Head of Machine Learning Center of Excellence, Time Series and Reinforcement Learning, J.P. Morgan; Ulysses Lau, Head of Investments and Engagements, Asia, J.P. Morgan Private Bank

The game-changing potential of Artificial Intelligence has come into popular focus over recent months. Language models like ChatGPT are not new, but they are now showing some truly impressive capabilities that could have myriad applications. Healthcare, manufacturing and transportation are three major sectors poised for AI disruption, but these new tools can more generally benefit decision making, efficiency, risk mitigation and customer experience. Addressing growing concerns for data management and privacy will be key next steps.

Number of stocks in the Russell 3000 index that have fallen more than 75% from their 2021 highs
Chapter 3: The Intelligence Leap

Making (Almost) Anything

Maxim Lobovsky, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Formlabs; Randy Glein, Co-Founder and Managing Partner, DFJ Growth

What does the future of manufacturing look like? 3D printing technology is realizing previously impossible designs – creating high accuracy products despite formidable challenges. One of the most major players in 3D printing was founded by three MIT graduates in 2011 and now produces highly customized solutions for specialist manufacturers including Apple and Tesla. With demand anticipated to grow rapidly in coming years, AI and further automation look set to enable considerably greater scalability.

Increase in clients’ allocations to cash over the past 12 months.
Chapter 3: The Intelligence Leap

The Journey to Automation

Dr. Kai Yu, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Horizon Robotics; Kristin Kallergis Rowland, Global Head of Alternative Investments, J.P. Morgan Private Bank

Automation is a driving force of our evolving tech landscape, and is today being predominantly applied to the automotive sector. In 2023, 30% of cars manufactured will be equipped with Level 2+ driver assistance technology, but in 2025 this number is expected to be above 50%. Here we follow the journey of a renowned Chinese entrepreneur who pioneered innovation for some of the world’s largest tech companies, before founding his own company.

Number of weeks our clients have been net buyers of equities since the market bottomed
Chapter 3: The Intelligence Leap

Spotlight: The Healthcare Revolution

James Zhao, Founding Partner and Managing Partner, LYFE Capital

The applications for technology in healthcare are extraordinary. Surgical robots now allow doctors to perform many types of complex procedures with more precision, flexibility and control than is possible with conventional techniques. While the vast majority of hospitals are not equipped with surgical robots, this looks certain to change in coming years. Here we learn from a company that invests in and creates value for healthcare companies in therapeutics, diagnosis and medical devices, along with other emerging sectors.

U.S. clients who are materially underweight Europe relative to developed equity benchmarks
Chapter 3: The Intelligence Leap

The Sandbox in the Metaverse Playground

Sébastien Borget, Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer, The Sandbox; Mark Fiteny, Head of APAC New Economy & TMT and Head of Global Consumer Internet Investment Bank, J.P. Morgan

Metaverse is the conversion of the physical world to an online virtual space - it has fully changed how people interact and use social media. The Sandbox is a virtual world where players can build, own and monetize experiences in the blockchain. Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) will be a key driver to metaverse acceptance - empowering people to be creators, giving them tools at their fingertips to create something in the metaverse world without needing to know how to code.

Number of stocks in the Russell 3000 index that have fallen more than 75% from their 2021 highs
Chapter 1: The Asian Growth Story

Keynote: Innovation in China and Beyond

Daniel Zhang, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Alibaba Group; Kam Shing Kwang, Chief Executive Officer, Asia, Private Bank and Vice Chair of Investment Banking for Greater China, J.P. Morgan

Chinese leadership in technology deserves recognition. Already home to some of the world’s most innovative commerce platforms, China’s tech powerhouses are forging ahead with new ‘AI-Commerce’ models, leveraging an immense user base. This progress is being driven both from the top down and the bottom up; Alibaba is now giving global developers and researchers access to large pre-trained AI models, and the implications could be massive.

Number of weeks our clients have been net buyers of equities since the market bottomed
Chapter 1: The Asian Growth Story

Connecting China and the World

Nicolas Aguzin, Chief Executive Officer, Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited; Paul Thompson, Head of Hong Kong and the Philippines Market, J.P. Morgan Private Bank

Asia is fast becoming the world’s economic engine, with China at its core. With the reopening of China’s economy, its outlook continuous to be attractive. In fact, we are living through a global capital market shift, “The Big Bang of Finance”, in which China’s capital markets are expected grow from about US$30 trillion today to over US$100 trillion in the next decade. As a leading global international financial center, Hong Kong’s role as an East-West superconnector has therefore become more relevant than ever, and is uniquely positioned to capture the once-in-a-generation opportunity by facilitating two-way capital flows, further deepening connectivity between China and the World.

U.S. clients who are materially underweight Europe relative to developed equity benchmarks
Chapter 1: The Asian Growth Story

Spotlight: Contouring Indonesia’s Cosmetics Ecosystem

Christopher Madiam, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Social Bella; Mark Fiteny, Head of APAC New Economy & TMT and Head of Global Consumer Internet Investment Bank, J.P. Morgan

How do you build a successful business across the vast Indonesian archipelago? We profile the fastest growing personal beauty company in Indonesia, which made the unconventional leap of expanding their brick and mortar presence in the midst of the pandemic. Southeast Asia’s young and digitally savvy population has unique consumer preferences, and leveraging detailed demographic behavior will be immensely valuable for consolidating success in this booming region.

Number of stocks in the Russell 3000 index that have fallen more than 75% from their 2021 highs
Chapter 2: Towards Zero Carbon, Zero Waste

Charging the Green Mobility Dream

Jenny Lee, Managing Partner, GGV Capital; Stella Li, Executive Vice President and Chief Executive Officer, Americas, BYD; Anita Mak, Head of Taiwan Market, J.P. Morgan Private Bank

A growing number of manufacturers are producing electric vehicles (EV) at scale. In China, government support of the industry, combined with high consumer demand, has resulted in an EV penetration rate that is far higher than other parts of the world. A native Chinese brand that proudly considers itself a tech company, not a car company, is now one of the world’s largest EV producers. They are considered the only company in the industry with a truly integrated production line, from the EV itself, to the power systems and solar panels.

Number of weeks our clients have been net buyers of equities since the market bottomed
Chapter 2: Towards Zero Carbon, Zero Waste

Advanced Materials: Connecting Science to Life

Hak Cheol (H.C.) Shin, Chief Executive Officer, LG Chem; Andrew L. Cohen, Executive Chairman, Global Private Bank, J.P. Morgan

Practical examples can help us understand what is needed to achieve a carbon neutral and waste-free future. Korea’s largest (and the world’s third largest) chemical company has set its sights on Net Zero Emissions by 2030, as it continues to produce battery materials, petrochemicals and pharmaceuticals at scale. Today the focus is on decarbonization at every stage of the supply chain, from manufacturing to shipping. Driven by the increased penetration and adoption of electric vehicles, the company’s battery materials business is expected to grow six times by 2030.

U.S. clients who are materially underweight Europe relative to developed equity benchmarks
Chapter 3: The Intelligence Leap

Let’s Chat AI

Dr. Yi Luo, Senior Research Scientist, Tencent AI Lab; Dr. Chak Wong, Head of Machine Learning Center of Excellence, Time Series and Reinforcement Learning, J.P. Morgan; Ulysses Lau, Head of Investments and Engagements, Asia, J.P. Morgan Private Bank

The game-changing potential of Artificial Intelligence has come into popular focus over recent months. Language models like ChatGPT are not new, but they are now showing some truly impressive capabilities that could have myriad applications. Healthcare, manufacturing and transportation are three major sectors poised for AI disruption, but these new tools can more generally benefit decision making, efficiency, risk mitigation and customer experience. Addressing growing concerns for data management and privacy will be key next steps.

Number of stocks in the Russell 3000 index that have fallen more than 75% from their 2021 highs
Chapter 3: The Intelligence Leap

Making (Almost) Anything

Maxim Lobovsky, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Formlabs; Randy Glein, Co-Founder and Managing Partner, DFJ Growth

What does the future of manufacturing look like? 3D printing technology is realizing previously impossible designs – creating high accuracy products despite formidable challenges. One of the most major players in 3D printing was founded by three MIT graduates in 2011 and now produces highly customized solutions for specialist manufacturers including Apple and Tesla. With demand anticipated to grow rapidly in coming years, AI and further automation look set to enable considerably greater scalability.

Increase in clients’ allocations to cash over the past 12 months.
Chapter 3: The Intelligence Leap

The Journey to Automation

Dr. Kai Yu, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Horizon Robotics; Kristin Kallergis Rowland, Global Head of Alternative Investments, J.P. Morgan Private Bank

Automation is a driving force of our evolving tech landscape, and is today being predominantly applied to the automotive sector. In 2023, 30% of cars manufactured will be equipped with Level 2+ driver assistance technology, but in 2025 this number is expected to be above 50%. Here we follow the journey of a renowned Chinese entrepreneur who pioneered innovation for some of the world’s largest tech companies, before founding his own company.

Number of weeks our clients have been net buyers of equities since the market bottomed
Chapter 3: The Intelligence Leap

Spotlight: The Healthcare Revolution

James Zhao, Founding Partner and Managing Partner, LYFE Capital

The applications for technology in healthcare are extraordinary. Surgical robots now allow doctors to perform many types of complex procedures with more precision, flexibility and control than is possible with conventional techniques. While the vast majority of hospitals are not equipped with surgical robots, this looks certain to change in coming years. Here we learn from a company that invests in and creates value for healthcare companies in therapeutics, diagnosis and medical devices, along with other emerging sectors.

U.S. clients who are materially underweight Europe relative to developed equity benchmarks
Chapter 3: The Intelligence Leap

The Sandbox in the Metaverse Playground

Sébastien Borget, Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer, The Sandbox; Mark Fiteny, Head of APAC New Economy & TMT and Head of Global Consumer Internet Investment Bank, J.P. Morgan

Metaverse is the conversion of the physical world to an online virtual space - it has fully changed how people interact and use social media. The Sandbox is a virtual world where players can build, own and monetize experiences in the blockchain. Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) will be a key driver to metaverse acceptance - empowering people to be creators, giving them tools at their fingertips to create something in the metaverse world without needing to know how to code.

Number of stocks in the Russell 3000 index that have fallen more than 75% from their 2021 highs

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