What's On

Family business, once synonymous with mom and pop stores, has over the decades witnessed rapid growth and has become associated with major multi-million-valued names and labels across the globe. Equally significant is the evolution of Family Offices - curators of wealth for ultra-high net worth families - which have branched into a range of professional financial services encompassing such activities as private investments to charitable giving. Such developments, accompanied by an increase of high-net worth individuals from 3.3 million in 2010 to 6.1 million in 2018 in Asia Pacific alone, have given rise to a private finance boom.

What does all of this mean for Hong Kong? The Pearl of the Orient has been running its engines at full throttle in recent years to win the race of becoming the world's second largest cross-border private wealth management hub and is now Asia's second largest market for private equity. A full-scale arrival of Family Offices on its shores would undoubtedly spruce up the city's financial scene and further bolster its standing as an international financial centre.

Our distinguished line-up of speakers in the last of a 3-part webinar series shed light on the current and future state of Hong Kong as an ESG investment hub and the keys to integrating ESG into the investment strategy of family offices.


Lead-in Speaker
Rocky Tung, Head (Policy Research), Financial Services Development Council

Panel Discussion

Peter Leung, Vice-Chairman, HKGCC Financial and Treasury Services Committee

Cheuk Wan Fan , Managing Director, Chief Market Strategist, Asia, HSBC Private Banking
Brian Ho, Partner, Climate Change and Sustainability Services, EY

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Speaker(s) Rocky Tung, Head (Policy Research), Financial Services Development Council
Cheuk Wan Fan, Managing Director, Chief Market Strategist, Asia, HSBC Private Banking
Brian Ho, Partner, Climate Change and Sustainability Services, EY

Dr Rocky Tung, Head (Policy Research), Financial Services Development Council
Dr Rocky Tung is the Head of Policy Research for the Financial Services Development Council ("FSDC"). He leads the team responsible for conducting policy research and industry surveys for the formulation of proposals to the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government ("HKSARG") and financial regulators.

Ms Cheuk Wan Fan, Managing Director, Chief Market Strategist, Asia, HSBC Private Banking
Ms Cheuk Wan Fan is the Chief Market Strategist for Asia at HSBC Private Banking. In this role, she is in charge of the Chief Investment Office in Asia, responsible for developing regional investment strategies and themes across all asset classes for private banking clients in Asia. Ms Fan is a member of the Global Investment Committee of HSBC Private Banking and Chair of the Regional Investment Committee in Asia. She is also responsible for the investment process for the regional product fulfillment strategies in Asia.

Ms Fan joined HSBC in April 2016. Prior to joining HSBC, she worked for Credit Suisse Private Banking, serving as Managing Director and Chief Investment Officer Asia Pacific in 2013-2015, Head of Equity Research and Head of Research Asia Pacific in 2006-2013. Ms. Fan also held senior China equity research roles for 11 years, working at ABN AMRO Bank, Cazenove Asia Limited, BNP Peregrine Securities and Standard Chartered Securities Limited.

Mr Brian Ho, Partner, Climate Change and Sustainability Services, EY
Mr Brian Ho is the Partner of Climate Change and Sustainability Services at Ernst & Young. He has 15 years of extensive experience in sustainability and ESG, and provides strategic consulting services to business, government and non-profit organizations. He was also a guest researcher at the Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business and Sun Yat-sen University, and lectured at the Chinese University of Hong Kong and Shanghai University. He received his Bachelor of Social Science from City University of Hong Kong and a Master of Social Sciences at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Language English
Date and Time 2020/10/30 14:30 to 16:00
Venue Online via Zoom
Media Closed to media
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