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The Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) has set up the new Fintech Facilitation Office (FFO) to support the sustainable development of the Fintech industry in Hong Kong and to keep the public confident in Fintech services and the banking system. This programme is to enable C-suite and senior management to know the latest development of Fintech on AI, Blockchain, Cloud, and Big Data. It consists of 2 parts: (Part I) Lecture session and (Part II) Action Learning session.

Workshop Objectives:
1. Enrich participants' Fintech knowledge.
2. Examine industry updates, applications and market trends.
3. Inspire participants on applying the knowledge in their workplace and get prepared on facing upcoming Fintech challenges from leadership perspective.

Part I: Lecture Session – Innovation Business with Fintech (2-hour) (a 2-hour market overview seminar, which aims to equip participants with the latest Fintech knowledge, facilitating them to ride on the Fintech wave for business success.)

1. Fintech Industry
• Market trend of technology development & impact for different industries across major countries, including China & USA
• Fintech vs Techfin
2. Big Data, Cloud and Blockchain
• Where is the Big Data coming from?
• Right Concept of Big Data and Blockchain
• Myth of Big Data & Cloud
3. AI
• What is it and why it matters?
• Global and China trends
• Real-life applications, changing the future life!

Part II: Action Learning Session – Creating Strategic Edge with Fintech (5-hour) (a 5-hour interactive practical session, which aims to equip participants with innovative thinking and planning tools. With interactive facilitation and simulated business cases, participants will practice the thinking and planning of new business model with FinTech knowledge just acquired, discuss and present their fresh actions. Participant will also receive feedback from other participants and the Facilitator for group learning!)

1. Business Thinking Model Canvas
• Business Management and LEAN Startup
• Value Proposition, Infrastructure, Customers & Finances
2. The New World of Sharing Economy, Open Data and Cashless Society
• The Power of Interconnectivity
• Successful Cases
• Simulation in the Simulated Business Units
3. How Traditional Business in Hong Kong React to the Rapid Changes
• The Challenges of Traditional Business
• The New Eco System
• From Competition to Partnership
• Successful Cases
• An Exercise of Thinking Big
4. Your Initial Action Plan
• Role of Management to tackle the future challenge
• The Competition with Teamwork

Speaker(s) Prof. Emil Chan, Chief Information Officer, CSG Consultancy
Incubator and Fintech Enthusiast

Prof. Chan is a Fintech evangelist with over 20 years' experience in managing IT and business transformation projects in international financial institutions. He had worked for several sizeable international banks, including Credit Suisse and BayernLB in the roles of First Vice President, Head of IT in Asia Pacific, Project Director and Operations Manager AP. He has extensive experience in both business and IT consulting, encompassing design, setup, leading and managing of cross-border projects throughout Asia. He is an adjunct professor, a visiting lecturer as well as an advisor of various departments of local universities, including HKU, PolyU, CityU, Hang Seng U, Lingnan U and VTC. In the past 10 years, he participated actively in voluntary community services in related to popular adoption of technology. He is the Founding Chairman of the Association of Cloud and Mobile Computing Professionals, The Fintech Committee Chairman of the Smart City Consortium, Hon. Secretary and Board Member of Invotech, Vice Chairman of Hong Kong New Emerging Technology Education Association, Supervisory Committee Member of iProA and the Honorary Chairman of StartHK. He is a mentor of the HK Cyberport Mentors Network, Guangzhou CP-Nest Incubator of Chinese Academy of Sciences and Chief Judge of the HK ICT Startup Award 2019. In order to unleash Hong Kong's potential and play a new role in the Greater Bay Area, Emil also hosts seminars, delivers public speeches and publishes articles of Fintech related topics on local newspapers. He also is interviewed by media from time to time.
Language Cantonese
Date and Time 2020/10/21 09:30 to 17:30
Venue This event will take place online via Zoom
Media Closed to media
Enquiries Cathy Chan
Tel: 28231282
Fee Event Cancelled
Members @ HK$1,800 / Non-Members @ HK$2,300
+$50 for booking offline
This event accepts Chamber Coupon (terms and conditions)
Members enjoy 30% discount with BOC HKGCC VISA Card
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