Other Events of Interest

Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Reporting for Companies: WHAT, WHY and HOW?

Date: 28 May 2015
Time: 4:00pm – 6:00pm
Venue: SPRG Conference Room 5, Unit 2402, 24/F, Admiralty Centre I, 18 Harcourt Road
Language: English

HK$250 HKIoD members and members from other professional bodies

HK$300 Non-members

The Hong Kong Institute of Directors (HKIoD) is offering a special rate for HKSI Institute members to attend this professional talk, at HK$250 per person. For further information, please contact HKIoD at Tel: 2889 9986 or Email: training@hkiod.com.


16th Annual Corporate and Regulatory Update (ACRU)




3 June 2015

8:45am – 6:20pm

Hall 5G, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, Wanchai, Hong Kong


Sessions Non-member Fee
Member/Student Fee
HKEx $580 $510
SFC $450 $380
CR $580 $510
HKMA $450 $380
All $1,780 $1,500


The Hong Kong Institute of Chartered Secretaries (HKICS) is organising a 1-day conference featuring regulators from the Companies Registry (CR), Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEx), Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) and Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) at its 16th Annual Corporate and Regulatory Update. As a Supporting Organisation of the event, HKSI Institute Members get to enjoy special rate as per the Member rate stated above.

For ACRU enquiries, please call (852) 2233 9348 or email event@hkics.org.hk.


China's Financial Future

Date: Monday, 8 June 2015
Time: 8:30am – 12:30pm
Venue: Grand Hall, Lee Shau Kee Lecture Centre, Centennial Campus
Fee: Admission is free

Will RMB internationalisation transform the world's currency system? Does shadow banking in China present a threat or an opportunity?

Fung Global Institute's Academic Council Chairman Michael Spence and Distinguished Fellow Liu Mingkang are among global influencers who will discuss potential ways forward for China's financial system. Welcome and opening remarks will be delivered by HKU President and Vice-Chancellor Peter Mathieson and FGI Chairman Victor K Fung.

To register, click here. For more event details, click here or call Ms Jenny Chan at (852) 2300 2743 or email JennyChanMS@FGInstitute.org.


Think Asia, Think Hong Kong: RMB Internationalisation: An emerging currency for payment, investment and financing

Date Cities Venue
8 June 2015 Toronto Fairmont Royal York Hotel
100 Front Street W Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5J 1E310
10 June 2015 Chicago McCormick Place West
2301 S Dr Martin Luther King Jr Dr, Chicago IL 60616


This year’s Think Asia, Think Hong Kong campaign will take place in Toronto and Chicago on 8 and 10 June. This annual large-scale Hong Kong promotion is in its 5th year and will feature senior Hong Kong and North American speakers sharing their insights on the developments and strengths of the Hong Kong platform, as well as on topical issues such as technology cooperation and Chinese outbound investment. Over 3,000 North American business executives are expected to take part in the two programmes.

Of special interest will be the seminar on “RMB Internationalisation: an emerging currency for payment, investment and financing” organised by the Financial Services Development Council (FSDC), which will be part of the Think Asia, Think Hong Kong programme in Chicago on 10 June. This seminar will feature Chairman of FSDC Mrs Laura Cha, CEO of CSOP Asset Management Ms Ding Chen, CEO of Standard Chartered Greater China Mr Benjamin Hung and Country Officer and CEO of Citibank Mr Weber Lo.

Attendance of the event is free, and all interested parties may register their participation here.

For any enquiries, please visit http://www.thinkasiathinkhk.com/2015/en/index.html.


In Style • Hong Kong



17 September 2015

Jakarta Convention Center, Indonesia

The Hong Kong Trade Development Council will be organising the “In Style • Hong Kong” symposium in Jakarta on 17 September to promote the strengths of Hong Kong’s services sector, including our financial services industry, and to facilitate Hong Kong service providers in capitalising the new business opportunities from Indonesia and the surrounding countries. Apart from a main symposium, networking opportunities and business matching activities, several thematic sessions will also be organised, including one on the internationalisation and development of the Renminbi as a currency for payment, investment and financing, which will be co-organised by the Financial Services Development Council, Hong Kong. In addition, a trade expo featuring around 100 Hong Kong lifestyle brands will also be held concurrently to showcase Hong Kong as the design hub and trendsetter for the region.

Members of HKSI Institute are cordially invited to join the Mini-Exhibition of Hong Kong service providers at the “In Style • Hong Kong” symposium. Apart from consultation booths for networking with the Indonesian business executives in attendance, business matching and referral arrangements will be provided, as well as a networking luncheon and market visit.

For details on the consultation booth, please contact Mr Kevin Tam at 2584-4489/ E-mail: kevin.kh.tam@hktdc.org; meanwhile, for more details on the symposium, please contact Ms Jessica Lau at 2584-4225 / E-email: jessica.kw.lau@hktdc.org.


Hong Kong Investment Funds Association 9th Annual Conference






30 October 2015

8:50am – 5:00pm

JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong
One Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Hong Kong


Special rate for HKSI Institute members: HK$3,900 per enrollee
Standard rate: HK$5,400 per enrollee

This year's conference will take a forward-looking and strategic approach in discussing the future development of the Hong Kong investment funds industry. Thought Leaders from the authorities and the industry will share their visions on how the industry could step into the next stage of growth and identify the key growth drivers. The future opportunities offered by the opening of the China's capital markets and the HK-Mainland cross-border initiatives will also be discussed.

Event highlights include:
-  HKIFA report Vision 2020
-  Riding on the development of the Mainland capital markets
-  Evolving distribution model in HK & the Mainland
-  The Future of MPF & retirement protection
-  Beyond Shanghai and Shenzhen Stock Connect, what next?

Confirmed Keynote Speaker: Prof K C Chan of FSTB

1. Online registration: http://www.plus-concepts.com/hkifa2015/registration.aspx , or
2. Download the enrolment form here and send the completed form to Plus Concepts (the appointed event manager) via hkifa@plus-concepts.com or fax (852) 3905 7075.

Enquiry: Ms. Louisa Kung of Plus Concepts, (852) 3983 2315 or hkifa@plus-concepts.com