HKTA 2019 Conference - Managing Change in an Uncertain Landscape - ENROL NOW

The Hong Kong Trustees' Association will be holding its 2019 Conference, "Managing Change in an Uncertain Landscape" with below details:

Date: 22 October 2019 (Tuesday)
Time: 2:30-8:30pm (including Presentation Ceremony & Cocktail Reception)
Venue:

HKUST Business School Centre, 1501-02, Hong Kong Club Building

3A Chater Road, Central, Hong Kong

(Presentation Ceremony & Cocktail Reception at The Hong Kong Club, Victoria
 Suite, 1/F, The Hong Kong Club Building, 1 Jackson Road, Central, HK [reservation is made under Ms Ka Shi LAU])

CPD point: 3 points for attending the whole conference

The keynote speakers are:
- The Hon Paul Chan Mo-po, Financial Secretary, HKSAR
- Mr James Lau, Secretary of Financial Services and the Treasury, HKSAR
- Mr Roger Wong, Deputy Registry Manager (Trust and Company Service Providers),  Companies Registry
- Ms Christina Choi, Securities and Futures Commission
- Mr Cheng Yan-chee, Chief Corporate Affairs Officer and Executive Director, Mandatory Provident Fund Schemes Authority

We are also taking the opportunity to present the Certificate for the Certified Trust Practitioner designation and the certificate for graduates of our “Trust Training course” at the Hong Kong Club. Please email to queries@hktrustees.com if you want to join the Presentation Ceremony & Cocktail Reception ONLY.  Seats are limited.

HKSI Institute is pleased to be a supporting organization to this event.  Members can attend with discounted rate of HK$680 (original rate at HK$980)

For the conference agenda details, please click on: HKTA 2019 Conference Programme

For the presentation ceremony & cocktail reception details, please click on: HKTA 2019 Presentation Ceremony & Cocktail Reception

For registration, please click on: HKTA 2019 Conference enrolment form

For enquiry, please email to Virginia Lam at queries@hktrustees.com or tel. at 3703 5170.

Looking forward to seeing you at the conference and the presentation ceremony!

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