Other Events of Interest
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: email@example.com; meanwhile, for more details on the symposium, please contact Ms Jessica Lau at 2584-4225 / E-email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Date:||22 September 2015 (Tuesday)|
|Time:||6:00pm – 6:30pm Registration
6:30pm – 9:30pm Symposium and dinner
|Venue:||The Hong Kong Bankers Club, 43/F Gloucester Tower, The Landmark, Central, Hong Kong|
|Fee:||HKSI Institute members can enjoy HKIoD member rate on the registration fee.
Standard fee: HK$800
Early bird fee: HK$700*
*Early bird fee is applicable for registration received on or before Tuesday 25 August 2015.
|CPD Hours:||3 hours for HKIoD Members. The Symposium is also recommended as 3 CPD hours for HKSI Institute Members.|
Hong Kong has long championed the market principles of diversity, open competition and the highest degree of economic freedom. Yet in this ever‐changing business environment, will Hong Kong continue to excel in creating opportunities for all? In Directors’ Symposium 2015, speakers will share with the attendees on exploring and enhancing opportunities of development with strategic directions and corporate governance.
To register, please click here.
For enquiries: Christine Wong (852) 2889 4988 /Anson Lam (852) 2889 1414
|Date:||25 September 2015 (Friday)|
|Time:||9:00am – 5:00pm|
|Venue:||N200 Series (New Wing), Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre|
HKSI Institute members can enjoy HKIB Corporate member rate to attend the event.
*Early bird rate - the early bird discount rate is applicable to registration received before 31st July 2015 and full payment received before 15th August 2015.
HKIB CPD / SFC CPT: Morning session: 3.5 hours and Afternoon session: 3 hours
We are in a "New Normal" environment where changes happen faster, have farther reaching impact and are less predictable. More than just economics, this includes technological advancement, regulatory change, customer behavior, competitive landscape etc. Financial institutions must preemptively adopt new business and operating models to cope with these challenges.
With the theme "Reshaping Banking For the New Normal", this year’s HKIB Annual Banking Conference will look at how banks can prepare for these challenges and find a new formula to obtain sustainable, resilient growth. With a main plenary session in the morning and specialized streams in the afternoon, the event is specifically tailored for mid-senior level banking professionals looking for macro views and actionable takeaways. This flagship event will attract over 600 delegates including bankers from Mainland China and Macau.
This year's event will continue to look at the most pressing issues of the industry with an interactive programme that provides impartial and high-quality content.
To register, please download the registration form here.
For enquiries: (852) 2153 7879 / email@example.com
The Asian Institute of Finance (AIF), a think tank jointly established by Bank Negara Malaysia and the Securities Commission Malaysia, focus on human capital development in the financial services industry across Asia.
The AIF is organising a biennial regional essay competition – the AIF Award for Essays on Professionalism in the Financial Services Industry (Award). The Award aims to promote greater awareness of the need for a strong culture of professionalism and ethics across the financial services industry in Asia in order to secure public trust in the industry and its long-term sustainability. The Award is open to all individuals who are, at the date of the submission of their essays, at least 21 years of age and either:
(a) Citizens of an Asian country and working in the financial services industry regardless of the country in which they are living and working; or
(b) Living and working in the financial services industry in an Asian country regardless of their nationality.
The inaugural theme of the Award is “The Future of Professionalism in the Financial Services Industry in Asia: The Way Forward”, and the deadline for the submission of essays is 30 SEPTEMBER 2015 at 2400hrs (GMT)
Details of the Award:
(a) Official Terms and Conditions of the Award (as at 1 June 2015); and
(b) Expression of Interest Form.
The HR Congress 2015
|Date:||8 October 2015 (Thursday)|
|Time:||9:15am – 4:45pm|
|Venue:||The Ballroom, 18/F, The Mira Hong Kong, Tsimshataui|
The HR Congress 2015 is co-organised by CTgoodjobs.hk (CT), Hong Kong’s leading recruitment platform under Hong Kong Economic Times Group, and the Centre for Human Resources Strategy and Development, Hong Kong Baptist University (CHRSD).
This year marks the fourth anniversary of the event, in which HR professionals and business executives together share insights into workforce and talent management in Hong Kong. Over 800 delegates attended the event last year. Please also visit the event page at cthr.hk/CTgoodjobs-HR-Congress-2014/ for a more detailed recap.
With working overtime being one of the most prevalent phenomenon in Hong Kong, and where flexible working hours, privilege allowances and employee benefits, etc. are more of a deciding factor for job seekers while choosing a job, this provided inspiration for the theme of event this year.
To understand how different industries react to such challenges, a survey on “Standard Working Hours, Overtime Working Hours and Flexible Working Practices” (關於「標準工時」、「工時過長」和「彈性僱聘模式」僱主意見調查) will be jointly conducted by CT and the CHRSD. Results of the survey will be shared during the Congress.
For details, please contact Ms Christie Yeung, Marketing Executive of Career Times Online Limited at 3650-6816 or firstname.lastname@example.org
30 October 2015
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 email@example.com or fax (852) 3905 7075.
Enquiry: Ms. Louisa Kung of Plus Concepts, (852) 3983 2315 or firstname.lastname@example.org