(Head of Corporate and Investment Banking Business for the Greater China )
Date: 12 December 2014 (Friday)
Time: 5:30-6:30 pm
Venue: Ho Kwan Yat Memorial Hall (B0614)
Ho Man Tin Campus
Organizer: Alumni Affairs Office, Public Affairs Unit
Mr Chan is the Chairman of Panel Member Nomination Committee, member of Audit Committee, Nomination Committee and Risk Management Committee, and Deputy Chairman of Clearing Consultative Panel in the Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited. Mr. Chan was dedicated to public and community service, particularly the financial services sector. He was appointed as Justice of the Peace in 2002 and awarded the Bronze Bauhinia Star in 2007.
Mr Chan is the Senior Advisor of the Bank of East Asia. He was the former Citigroup Country Officer for Hong Kong and Head of Corporate and Investment Banking Business for the Greater China. He joined Citigroup in Hong Kong as a Management Associate in early 1980. In 1986, he had an opportunity to work in Japan. He successfully managed the unique culture and market environment of Japan and led the company to greater achievement. In 2003, he was called upon to be the Citigroup Country Officer for Taiwan and he successfully resolved crises and rebuilt people’s confidence in the company.
Among hundreds of leaders of the field, Mr Chan was recognized by Citigroup as an excellent alumnus. He suggests that a successful manager should be honest, staff’s role model, and a person who has correct values and can inspire the others to achieve greater goals.
The Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect is expected to start, allowing transactions of limited A-share and Hong Kong share between investors in Hong Kong and Shanghai through securities companies, and only RMB can be used in the transactions. What is special about Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect? What are the important points when investing through Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect? What is the future of RMB’s value? Mr. Chan will share his experience on successful management, and his view on the development of the Renminbi Market.
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