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Susie Quirk, Partner, Head of People & Change Advisory, KPMG Advisory (China) Limited Christopher Schrader, CEO, Pathship Trevor Sunderland, Country Manager, Hong Kong & Asia Operations, Agile -1 Dr. Tim Carey, Managing Director – Asia Pacific, atrain (Moderator)

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Kaiser Chen, Chief Human Resources Officer, SenseTime Group Adam Najberg, Head of Digital Communications, Alibaba Group Prof. XU Yan , Associate Dean of EMBA, Executive Education, & China Strategy, HKUST Business School Jennifer Van Dale, Partner and Head of Employment Asia, Eversheds (Moderator)

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Liza Allen, Managing Director, Communications, Media & Technology, Accenture, Asia Pacific Kimberly Arth, Co- Founder / Co-CEO, PIVOT Lynne Barry, Global Head of Learning and Development, Telstra Sylvain Trocmee, Head of HR Asia Pacific, ROBECO Helen Colquhoun, Senior Associate, Withers (Moderator)

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Paul Choi, Executive Director, Human Capital Management, Goldman Sachs Prof. Julian Groves, Associate Professor of Social Science Education, HKUST Division of Social Sciences Wijnand van Hoeven, Head of Talent Development - RHO Human Resources, Prudential Corporation Asia Ada Lee, HR Business Partner, Global Business Organization – HK, Google Mac Ling, Executive Coach & Managing Partner, Coaching Collective (Moderator)

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Sharmini Wainwright, Managing Director - Hong Kong, PageGroup Wendy Zhang, VP, Human Resources, VF Asia Pacific Brands Sarah Hassan, Director HR, HK, Macau & Regional Headquarters, Philip Morris Asia Ltd. Francis Tam, Regional Sales Director - Greater China, Panopto Asia Pacific Ltd. (Moderator)

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NiQ Lai, Chief Talent and Financial Officer & Co-Owner, Hong Broadband Network Ltd. Malcolm Kay, Superintendent, Stamford American School - Hong Kong (Introducer)

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Hong Kong’s important regional and international role in finance and banking, and its entrepreneurial spirit has set a solid foundation for FinTech development. Many U.S. based FinTech firms are starting to look at Hong Kong as their platform for Asia and many U.S. banks’ Asian teams are looking at innovations in Asia that they can bring back to the U.S. market. The Forum will focus on the FinTech linkages between the U.S. and Hong Kong and explore opportunities and challenges to developing a homegrown FinTech industry for Hong Kong.

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The UK voted for Brexit on June 24 has roiled markets globally, pushed the pound to its lowest level since 1985, and led to the resignation of UK Prime Minister David Cameron. Since then, global markets have settled down but long term impacts on financial flows into Asia from the UK and Europe remain uncertain. International financial centers such as Hong Kong, could take a hit if financing flows slowed down.

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Everyday business networks face new threats from constant DDoS attacks, data breaches or dangerous new viruses intended to compromise valuable information. Savvy organizations constantly review their network security posture to protect and defend their critical data. Technology vendors are continually introducing new products with cutting-edge innovations that promise to limit unauthorized access and protect the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of data. Organizations face the challenge of increasing their IT security budgets so they can acquire these new products while at the same time increase internal security headcount to deploy and manage them. From the prospective as both a network and security services provider, Chris Richter will explore approaches IT security teams take to manage evolving threats, adhere to regulatory and industry compliance standards, and efficiently manage headcount and budgets as they evaluate new security solutions.

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In an era of constant changes and complex businesses, innovation is required to create new ideas, processes or products that can lead to effective transformational changes to drive economic growth, surpass competition and benefit the society. Design Thinking, a well-established process and strategy, has been deployed by many consulting firms to generate innovating perspectives and business results. “Design Thinking, Methods and Perspectives” is a unique subject incorporated in the curriculum of Executive Master in Innovation Leadership, an interdisciplinary programme hosted by the School of Design of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) that nurtures Innovation Leaders. In this talk, sponsored by PolyU’s Institute of Advanced Executive Education (IAEE), Professor Cees de Bont will share with the audience the models of Design Thinking. He will also discuss its applications and how it can help reframe business challenges to create innovative solutions. Mr. Anson Bailey will share his experience of applying Design Thinking in creating meaningful connections between his teams and the customers, and finding creative solutions to the business problems and challenges in a professional services environment.