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- Careers | EuroCham
Careers Interested in joining our team? View our available positions below, or send us your CV to see if you could be a fit! If you would like to know how our past trainees found their experience, view their interviews here . Project Coordinator Trainee Duration 3-6 months Starting Date: September 2022 Interested in working with us? Please email us your CV and Hong Kong visa status to see if we have an upcoming position or project opening that might be suited to you. Contact Us EuroCham is looking for a Project Coordinator Trainee for a period of 3 to 6 months . Please note that this role is voluntary. The Trainee will assist EuroCham's Business Councils with their lobby & advocacy activities as well as support EuroCham’s Manger with the overall operations. The Trainee should ideally be a student of international relations, management, economics studies, or any related fields. The Projects Coordinator Trainee’s responsibilities will include : Participating in the meetings of the councils and assisting the members in the research and analysis of European-related business, trade and investment issues in Hong Kong based on particular councils’ industry sector Conducting interviews with stakeholders, summarising information, and writing reports Managing and assisting in various events organised by the councils Providing clerical and administrative support to the team About EuroCham’s Business Councils The aim of the Business Councils is to discuss common challenges member companies are facing, provide a platform for dialogue with Hong Kong authorities, and publish position papers to put forward recommendations to the Hong Kong Government. The councils consist of members from various leading companies in their respective fields. EuroCham currently manages seven Business Councils and one Working Group representing specific industries: European Sourcing and Trading Business Council (ESTBC) European Automotive Council (EAC) EuroCham Council for Sustainable Development (ECBD) Intellectual Property Rights Business Council (IPRBC) Wine and Spirits Business Council (WSBC) European Turism and Travel Business Council (ETTBC) Sustainable Finance working Group (SFWG) Application Please apply by emailing your CV and Hong Kong visa status to email@example.com .
- EuroCham | Hong Kong
Welcome to The European Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong About Us SPOTLIGHT European Pavilion @ ReThink HK 2022 Join the Pavilion today and enjoy great exposure and unique opportunities at the most ambitious business event for sustainable development in Hong Kong. Find out more Inquire now Learn More About EuroCham Our History Learn more about our historical journey in Hong Kong since 1997, forming a liaison between businesses in Europe and Hong Kong Read More View More Our Board The Board of the European Chamber is responsible for the strategic development of the Chamber activities Read More View More Our Members We are a "Chamber of Chambers". Our membership is comprised of 13 Chambers in Hong Kong and 1 in Macau Read More View More Our Activities 25+ Events per year Engagements with government officials 100+ Published papers 50+ Events Read More May 31, 2022 Hong Kong's Got ESG Talent - Mentoring Programme Read More Read More Oct 5-6, 2022 European Pavilion @ ReThink HK 2022 Read More Business Councils The Business Councils are the core of our Chamber’s activities Find Out More Contributors To play, press and hold the enter key. To stop, release the enter key. Stay updated by following us on Instagram @eurochamhk!
- Our Team | EuroCham
Meet The Team Meet the amazing staff behind our daily operations below! Reach out to us if you have any questions or concerns – we’d love to hear from you! Núria Sau General Manager Emma Mariani Events and Partnerships Coordinator Bert Deplancke Project Coordinator
- Latest News | Covid-19 – More workers added for vaccine priority and ambush lockdown return
< Back Covid-19 – More workers added for vaccine priority and ambush lockdown return The Standard 11 Mar 2021 Some 1.3 million workers from various industries can start making appointments for coronavirus vaccines after they were also given priority by the government. These include teachers, public transport drivers, restaurant staff, couriers, construction workers as well as people working in gyms, beauty parlours, and wet markets. The government said more people were given priority because there are sufficient jabs and these workers are at a higher risk of contracting Covid-19. Meanwhile, the government imposed an ambush lockdown on a block in Tsim Sha Tsui on 8 March. It had been two weeks since the last ambush lockdown. The Standard Previous Next
- Publication | FSBC Asset Management Paper 2020
< Back 28 July 2021 FSBC Asset Management Paper 2020 The European Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong (EuroCham) is pleased to announce the publication of its latest position paper on the asset management industry in Hong Kong and Europe which has been prepared by Eurocham’s Financial Services Business Council (FSBC), with contributions from industry. Despite the current uncertainty generated by the on-going COVID-19 pandemic, EuroCham believes that the long term opportunities for the growth and development of the asset management industry in Hong Kong and Europe remain strong. The paper seeks to highlight recent developments in the asset management industry in both Hong Kong and Europe and identify how those developments will impact industry participants. A key goal of the paper is to foster dialogue between stakeholders in Hong Kong and Europe through increased cooperation and collaboration. The paper seeks to summarise key industry developments including the establishment of Wealth Management Connect, the development of the ETF industry in Hong Kong, the introduction of open-ended fund companies, and limited partnership funds in Hong Kong and broader trends relating to green finance, ESG investing, cryptocurrency and FinTech. The Authors Ching Yng Choi Ching Yng Choi setup CYC Asia Europe Consulting Ltd. based in Hong Kong to provide advisory services to enterprises of all sizes in Greater China and Europe. Anchored with the best practices from the East and the West, she helps corporates build and communicate on strategies, augment governance and efficiency. Ching has also been involved with the Financial Services Business Council at the European Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong, which she now chairs since Jan 2020. Michelle Lloyd Michelle is a partner of Maples and Calder’s Funds & Investment Management team in the Maples Group’s Hong Kong office. She provides full service Irish funds solutions to Asian-based clients. She has broad experience advising on the establishment, authorisation and operation of various types of UCITS and AIFs, including the governance and distribution of such entities. Mohamed M’Rabti Mohamed is a Director and Deputy Head of Global Capital Markets and Funds, is responsible for Euroclear’s ETFs, FundSettle platform and Global Reach markets in APAC. Mohamed works closely with the exchange traded products, investment funds industries, fixed income authorities and infrastructures in emerging markets to deliver cross-border solutions that are fully aligned to clients’ requirements and the industry’s developments. Aidan O’Regan Aidan is an associate of Maples and Calder’s Funds & Investment Management team in the Maples Group’s Hong Kong office. He advises on the establishment, authorisation and operation of Irish regulated investment funds including UCITS and AIFs, and on the establishment of Cayman Islands investment funds, in particular those distributed to Japanese investors. He advises service providers to such funds including promoters, administrators, custodians and investment managers. And contributing article from Jane McBride , Partner & Lavita Pong , Associate at Deacons. For more information, please contact EuroCham’s Manager, Núria Sau (firstname.lastname@example.org ). To download the Asset Management paper 2020, please click on the image below. Previous Next
- Previous Event | Evening Talk | An Open, Sustainable and Assertive EU Trade Policy as a Drive for Change in Asia
< Back Evening Talk | An Open, Sustainable and Assertive EU Trade Policy as a Drive for Change in Asia 12 April 2021 8/F, Hollywood Centre, 233 Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong Why is the European Union producing a new trade strategy? How will the trade policy contribute to improved EU-China relations? Why is the European Union producing a new trade strategy? How will the trade policy contribute to improved EU-China relations? In what way(s) is this an open, sustainable and assertive trade strategy? What would this mean for companies seeking to enter the Chinese and Hong Kong market? The EU has recently announced the implementation of a new trade strategy aiming to address the challenges we currently face: the economic recovery, climate change and environmental degradation, growing international tensions, greater recourse to unilateralism, and its consequences for multilateral institutions. The new trade policy intends to increase economic relations with Africa, Latin American and Asia-Pacific, acknowledging that 85% of global growth over the next decade, will occur outside of Europe. In this evening session, we will begin with the Head of Trade of the European Union Office to Hong Kong and Macao, Walter Van Hattum , setting the scene and outlining the basics of the new EU trade policy. The presentation will be followed by a Q&A session joined by Ben Wootliff , Partner at Control Risks, who will ground the discussion in Asia, focusing on potential political engagements relevant to businesses. The Q&A will be moderated by Frederik Gollob , Chairman of EuroCham Hong Kong. We strongly welcome and appreciate questions on the subject from the attendees prior to the event’s date – to be sent via email to Steffen at email@example.com on or before April 8th . If suitable questions, these will be raised by the Moderator and answered by the Speakers in the Q&A. The discussion will be followed by an in-person (!) networking session with complimentary wine. Date: 13th of April 2021 Time: Presentation and Q&A: 6:00-7:00 PM; Networking: 7:00-7:30 PM HKT Venue: 8/F, Hollywood Centre, 233 Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong Fees: HKD 180 This is a members-only event – European National Chambers’ members are welcome to join. Maximum capacity of 35 attendees – first-come, first-served basis. If you have further enquiries or need assistance, do not hesitate to contact Emma (firstname.lastname@example.org ). Previous Next
- Contact Us | EuroCham
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- Latest News | Hong Kong Schools Devote a Day to China’s National Security
< Back Hong Kong Schools Devote a Day to China’s National Security Bloomberg 15 Apr 2021 Hong Kong marked its first National Security Education Day since last year’s imposition of sweeping national security legislation by Beijing, as the government ramps up efforts to overhaul the school system and instil patriotism in the city’s populace following the protests of 2019. Schools across the city were mandated to hold events including singing the Chinese national anthem and raising flags. In addition, giant billboards promoting the event have been plastered across the city, while the police held an open day where they displayed professional drills, anti-terrorism exercises and displayed armoured vehicles. Read the full article here . Previous Next
- Previous Event | FSBC Christmas Gathering 2019
< Back FSBC Christmas Gathering 2019 17 December 2019 Santorini Greek Taverna Join EuroCham’s Financial Services Business Council on the 17th December 2019 for drinks and nibbles to celebrate the festive Christmas season! Join EuroCham’s Financial Services Business Council on the 17th December 2019 for drinks and nibbles to celebrate the festive Christmas season ! This is a great opportunity to network, reflect on the past year, and to wish everyone a successful 2020. All are welcome! Date: 17 Dec 2019 Time: 7pm – 10pm Venue: Santorini Greek Taverna Fee: 300 HKD (member); 350 HKD (non-member) Previous Next
- Previous Event | Fintech, Virtual Banks and GBA: how European Players are standing out in Asia
< Back Fintech, Virtual Banks and GBA: how European Players are standing out in Asia 5 November 2020 Online In parallel to the Hong Kong FinTech Week and with the support of InvestHK and FINNOVASIA, we are thrilled to present – Fintech, Virtual Banks and GBA: how European Players are standing out in Asia. This webinar is co-hosted by The Belgium-Luxembourg, Dutch, French, Finnish, German and Spanish Chambers of Commerce in Hong Kong . What are the real world applications of big data, cryptocurrencies and blockchain? Who are the main European players leading their implementation in APAC? Why digitalisation is a must for banks moving forward? What is virtual banks’ competitive advantage compared to traditional players? What are the main fintech trends in the Greater Bay Area? What are the European companies expecting from the Greater Bay Area initiative? How can big data drive energy transition and ESG objectives in the region? And the above are only few of the wonders to be tackled during the session. Will you miss it? Speakers: Charles Ng , Associate Director-General at Invest HK Gaëlle Olivier, CEO of Societe Generale Asia Pacific Deniz Güven, CEO of Mox Bank Jennifer Cao , Managing Director New Business Models at HK BBVA Moderator: Anastassia Jehl , Managing Director of Bretteville Consulting Hong Kong Date: 5th November 2020 Time: 4:00pm – 5:00pm HK (GMT+8) Fees: Complimentary for Members; HKD100 for Non-Members Previous Next