2nd talk: Investing for a better future - by Cheuk-Wan FAN
(Series 2: Investment, HKUAA Connect with the Experts Programme)
Connect with the Experts Programme
Explore your personal growth journey and career trend with the experts
Series 2: Investment
2nd talk of the series:
Investing for a better future
||30 June 2021 (Wed)
||7:30 - 8:15pm
||Webinar via Zoom
||The global recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic provides a unique opportunity for the world to think radically about the pathways to a better future. How will global policymakers deploy massive investments to rebuild a more resilient and sustainable world? After the markets have priced in a V-shaped recovery, can the cyclical upswing last and deliver further positive surprises? How will the US Build Back Better initiative and China’s digital and green revolution change the global economic landscape? How should investors position for the gigantic transition to a net-zero economy?
||Priority will be given to HKUAA members
||Free (Registration is required)
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About the speaker
Fan Cheuk Wan is the Chief Investment Officer, Asia for Private Banking and Wealth Management at HSBC. Ms Fan is a member of the Global Investment Committee for Private Banking and Wealth Management and Chair of the Regional Investment Committee in Asia. In this role, she is in charge of the Chief Investment Office in Asia, responsible for developing investment strategies and themes across all asset classes for private banking and wealth management clients in the region. She is also responsible for investment content and regional product fulfillment strategies in Asia.
Ms Fan has over 25 years of investment experience and she 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, BNP Peregrine Securities and Standard Chartered Securities. She is a regular speaker and contributor in the media, including Bloomberg TV, CNBC, Cable TV, NOW TV, Channel NewsAsia and many global and local newspapers in Asia.
Ms Fan holds a Bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences from the University of Hong Kong, an MA in Area Studies (China) from the School of Oriental and African Studies of the University of London and an MBA from the Imperial College Business School in London. Before joining the finance industry, Ms Fan served as a political journalist specialised in Chinese and Hong Kong politics for seven years and was Political Editor of the Hong Kong Economic Journal.
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