HKIFA 12th Annual Conference

You are cordially invited to enroll into the 12th HKIFA Annual Conference, which will be held at JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong on November 26, 2018 (Monday).  This year, we will focus on the theme “Shaping the future of asset management”, with particular emphasis on how to further provide value for money to investors.   

Some of the topics that will be covered:

  • The latest regulatory environment in Hong Kong and the Mainland
  • Role of asset managers as fiduciaries
  • How can the asset management industry better harness technology to create value for money?
  • What are investors looking for and how can asset managers better cater for their needs? (based on research findings from investors from the Greater Bay Area)
  • Role of fund managers in the second and third pillars, especially in the de-cumulation phase
  • How to further cater to the needs of investors from Greater China – we will see this from the lens of private bankers

Keynote Speaker: The Hon. Mrs Laura Cha, GBM, GBS, JP, Chairman of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited
Please visit the event website: http://www.plus-concepts.com/hkifa2018/

Enrollment fee:
This will be an important industry event showcasing the fund industry in Hong Kong.  We strongly exhort fund industry participants to enroll into this.  And we value very much your support.  Please forward this email to your colleagues, clients or business partners and other stakeholders.

HKSI Institute's members: HK$3,900 per enrollee

Standard rate: HK$5,500 per enrollee

HKSI Institute's members can enjoy the member rate to attend the conference.
*10% discount will be offered for 10 or more enrollees from the same firm.

  1. Online registration: https://www.plus-concepts.com/hkifa2018/registration.aspx or
  2. Complete the enrolment form and send it back to Plus Concepts (the appointed event manager) via hkifa@plus-concepts.com or fax (852) 3905 7075.

Enquiry: please contact Dada Yau of Plus Concepts at (852) 3983 2308 or hkifa@plus-concepts.com.

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