Breakfast Seminar: Changes in the Hong Kong Asset Management Landscape: Threats or Opportunities for European Companies
Thursday, 17th September 2015, 8:00am to 9:30am
KPMG, 8th Floor, Prince's Building, 10 Chater Road, Central, Hong Kong
(Limited seats, First come-first served; Pre-registration applies)
The Registration is now full. You may register to be placed on the waitlist.
Please email email@example.com your details (name, job title, company name, email, direct number/ mobile, membership of chamber of commerce, contact person email, and direct number/ mobile) to register on the waitlist. [Please state N/A if you are not a member of any European national chamber]
If you are on the waitlist, we will only get in touch with you if seats are released. If you have not received notification from our side by 16th September 2015 you may consider your registration to be unsuccessful and we look forward to seeing you in our future events
Registration Deadline: Monday, 14th September 2015, 6:00pm
You are cordially invited to participate in the Breakfast Seminar on “Changes in the Hong Kong Asset Management Landscape: Threats or Opportunities for European companies”, which will take place in Hong Kong on 17th September 2015, organized by the Financial Services Business Council of the European Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong. (closed to media)
The seminar will allow the audience to hear from and engage with their peers from across the industry. Prominent speakers from the industry and the supervision authority will share current issues and challenges facing the Hong Kong asset management industry for European Companies and how to capitalize on the opportunities provided by the cross-border initiatives between HK-Mainland.
The event will take the form of a keynote presentation and panel discussions, followed by interactive Q&A session with leading thought leaders.
We look forward to welcoming you at the seminar. You are requested to kindly confirm your participation by Monday, 14th September 2015, 6:00pm. Free entrance, mandatory registration, seats allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.