[Luncheon] Regulatory Series - HKEX: Building the Marketplace of the Future
Hear directly from Mr Nicolas Aguzin, Chief Executive Officer of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEX) on HKEX’s vision of building the Marketplace of the Future.
During the fireside chat, Nicolas will share with us how HKEX facilitates the two-way capital flows between East and West, uses its scale and reputation as a platform to support its stakeholders, and captures the megatrend opportunities that are shaping markets and societies. Nicolas will also discuss how the strategic imperatives that HKEX has recently put in place will shape the development of Hong Kong as an international financial centre and global financial markets in the long term.
The event will be in hybrid format and moderated by Mr Colin Shaftesley, Chairman of HKSI Institute. Limited seats available for the luncheon, so sign up now!
Luncheon at Island Shangri-La, 11:45am-2:00pm
Corporate Table – Members (8 seats): HKD9,800 (inclusive of 10 webinar tickets)
Corporate Table – Non-Members (8 seats): HKD11,200 (inclusive of 10 webinar tickets)
Individual Ticket – Members: HKD1,300
Individual Ticket – Non-Members: HKD1,480
For Corporate Table buyers, please email your interest to [email protected] for arrangements.
- All guests must use the “LeaveHomeSafe” mobile application and fulfil the Government’s Vaccine Pass requirements.
- The HKSI Institute reserves the rights to decline admission of guests who do not comply with the precautionary measures or who are showing symptoms consistent with that of COVID-19 cases.
- Depending on the development of COVID-19, the seating/table arrangement may be adjusted.
- The HKSI Institute reserves the right to change the date, venue, event format or speaker due to any unforeseen circumstances.
Webinar Only (with special pricing), 1:00pm-2:00pm (click here to register)
Student Member: HKD75
Please email [email protected] for enquiries.
From 2013 to 2020, Mr Aguzin was CEO, J.P. Morgan, Asia Pacific where he was responsible for all the firm’s business across 17 markets. He presided over some of the firm’s major expansion efforts during the period, including establishing itself in China as one of the few international financial institutions with a full range of services and capabilities; including a fully-owned locally incorporated commercial bank, a majority-owned securities company, an asset management company and a futures and options company. Concurrent with his Asia CEO role, Mr Aguzin also ran J.P. Morgan’s Investment Banking division in Asia.