Other Events of Interest

The Hong Kong Institute of Bankers (HKIB) Annual Banking Conference 2016

Date: 20 September 2016 (Tuesday)
Time: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Venue: N100 Series (New Wing), Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre

Members from HKSI Institute can register at the HKIB Corporate member rate to attend the event.

Full day (including lunch) - $2,600 (Early Bird)* / $2,900
Half day - $1,800 (Early Bird)* / $2,000

*Early bird discounts are offered to those who register and pay before 31 July 2016.

HKIB CPD / SFC CPT: Morning session: 3.5 hours and Afternoon session: 3 hours

The 2016 Annual Banking Conference will explore ways for Hong Kong to bolster capacity both in terms of resources, infrastructure and talent in order to fully benefit from the opportunities driven by technological development, regional investment and macroeconomic trends.

With the theme:" Building Capacity to Capture Emerging Opportunities", this year's conference will examine banks' opportunities to enhance and consolidate their processes, reshape their channels of delivery, explore new growth areas and enhance customer service. Tailored for mid-senior banking executives, the event will deliver actionable takeaways and macro refreshers to prepare individuals to lead in their respective departments and businesses. With more than 700 Mainland, Vietnam, US and Hong Kong banking professionals expected, the 2016 Banking Conference is not to be missed. For registration, please click here.

For enquiry, please call 2153 7800 or 2830 6070 or email to bankingconference@hkib.org.

10th Corporate Governance Conference of HKICS

Date: 23 & 24 September 2016
Venue: Ballroom, Level 3, JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong

Please refer to here

Accreditations: 11 ECPD points

The Hong Kong Institute of Chartered Secretaries is holding its 10th biennial Corporate Governance Conference (CGC) under the theme of ‘Corporate governance inside and out – forces shaping the corporate governance landscape’ at the JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong on 23 and 24 September 2016. The conference will bring together thought leaders from the corporate governance, legal, regulatory, risk and finance, and other fraternities, locally and internationally to share perspectives of corporate governance for navigating the challenges ahead. In face of various internal and external forces that shape a company’s corporate governance practices, the conference will explore how they wield their influences, along with the best practices to adopt from discussions and peer sharing from players both inside and outside of the company. For details, please visit www.hkics.org.hk/CGC2016.

For enquiries, please contact Ms Vincy Wong at 2830 6048 or marketing@hkics.org.hk.

To comment about the presentation or administrative arrangements, please contact president@hkacfe.com and training@hkacfe.com