[Luncheon] Regulatory Series Featuring Ms Julia Leung, Chief Executive Officer of SFC
Join our exceptional roundtable luncheon with Ms Julia Leung, Chief Executive Officer of the Securities and Futures Commission (SFC), the regulator of Hong Kong’s securities and futures markets. Ms Leung will discuss SFC’s regulatory priorities and initiatives to maintain market resilience, promote investor protection, enhance Hong Kong’s competitiveness as an international financial centre and a gateway to mainland China.
Ms Leung, who became CEO of the SFC earlier this year, will give her first talk at the HKSI Institute in a hybrid format, with both in-person and virtual options available. Her leadership and experience in the financial industry, market development, and international cooperation make her talk highly anticipated.
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to engage with Ms Leung, a top figure in the financial industry, at our interactive luncheon. Gain valuable insights and expand your professional network by building relationships with other industry professionals. Seats are limited, so sign up now to secure your spot!
We are excited to offer special promotion for Members and Non-Members! Purchase a corporate table (12 seats) and receive 10 complimentary webinar tickets worth HKD3,500 and HKD7,000, respectively. Act quickly! Book your corporate table now and contact us at [email protected] to register your guests or for any enquiries.
If you prefer to attend virtually, please click here to register for the webinar.
1. The HKSI Institute reserves the right to change the date, venue, event format or speaker due to any unforeseen circumstances.
2. Withdrawal policy and Member Benefits eCredit do not apply to this event.
Ms Leung joined the SFC in March 2015 as Executive Director of the Investment Products Division. She became Executive Director of the Intermediaries Division in June 2016 and took on the additional capacity of Deputy CEO in March 2018.
In more than 25 years of public service, Ms Leung has extensive experience in financial regulation, market development and international cooperation. Prior to joining the SFC, she was the Under Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury from August 2008 to December 2013. Before that, she served at the Hong Kong Monetary Authority for 14 years, spending the last eight years as the Executive Director responsible for financial cooperation with Mainland and other international regulators.