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Joanna Bowers, Director, Cheeky Monkey Productions Asia Ltd. Kathleen Ferrier, Co-Founder, Bright Hong Kong Shalini Mahtani, MBE, Founder, The Zubin Foundation and HospitalAdvisor Vanina de Verneuil, General Counsel, Reliance Communications (Enterprise) & Global Cloud Xchange Alia Eyres, CEO, Mother’s Choice (Moderator)

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Divya Ahluwalia, Templar Advisors Rina Hiranand, Strategy Director, social@Ogilvy Hong Kong (Facilitator) Helene Liu, Executive Director, The Beauty Group (Introducer)

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We are pleased to feature Dr. Dame Rosanna Wong as our morning Keynote Speaker to discuss her leadership journey. Dame Wong is a social work administrator and politician who has served as the Executive Director of the Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups since 1980. In 1997, she was made Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire and became the second Chinese woman, after Baroness Dunn, to be made a Dame in history. Her tireless commitment to community service and giving the under-served a voice will provide an inspirational start to the day.

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Dr. Huang Yiping, Professor of Economics, National School of Development, Peking University; Member of the Monetary Policy Committee, People’s Bank of China Malcolm Kay, Superintendent, Stamford American School – Hong Kong (Presenter) Luncheon Keynote Address by Dr. Huang Yiping, Peking University; People’s Bank of China Dr. Huang will share his deep insights on China’s latest economic growth, as well as the challenges and opportunities amid the economic transition.

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Sean Chiao, President, Asia Pacific, AECOM Lincoln Leong, CEO, MTR Corporation Ben Way, CEO, Macquarie Group Asia Yan Xuan, President, Greater China, Nielsen Andrew Weir, Global Chairman of Real Estate and Construction, Regional Senior Partner, Hong Kong; Head of Capital Markets, KPMG China, KPMG (Moderator) What are the opportunities and challenges for foreign businesses in China’s fast-growing megacities and regional city clusters in light of massive infrastructure developments and ongoing transitions in the industrial and services sectors? And what near-term business opportunities are arising from the evolving Hong Kong-PRD megalopolis?

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Mark Austen, Chief Executive Officer, Asia Securities Industry & Financial Markets Association (ASIFMA) Michael Falcon, Chief Executive Officer of Asia Pacific, Global Investment Management, J.P. Morgan Asset Management James Quinnild, Financial Services Consulting - Asia Pacific Leader; China / HK Consulting COO, PwC Dr. Tao Wang, Chief China Economist; Co-head of Asia Economics, UBS Investment Bank Lisa Jucca, Editor in Charge, Asia Financial Services, Thomson Reuters (Moderator) With China’s ongoing financial reforms such as stock connects, QDII2, onshore bonds market opening, Cross-Border Inter-Bank Payment System launching and supporting leapfrogging fin-tech developments, what roles can Hong Kong play in China’s financial liberalization and its aspirations to be more competitive in global financial markets?

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Jeanette Chan, Managing Partner, China Practice, Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison Dr. Stephan Kothrade, President Functions Asia Pacific; President and Chairman Greater China, BASF Steve Mullinjer, Regional Leader, Asia Pacific and the Middle East, Heidrick & Struggles Tom O’Reilly, President, Asia Pacific, Rockwell Automation Robert Grieves. Founder, Chairman and CEO, Hamilton Advisors Limited (Moderator) Chinese firms are creating new roles for themselves as global competitors, customers, suppliers, partners, and investors. What are the top risks and opportunities for foreign businesses when working with Chinese firms, both inside and outside China, in this new paradigm?

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Dr. William Fung, Group Chairman, Li & Fung Kenneth Hitchner, President, Goldman Sachs Asia Pacific Ex-Japan Ryan Stork, Chairman, Asia Pacific, BlackRock Kevin Sneader, Chairman, Asia, McKinsey & Company (Moderator) As China continues structural adjustments, its economy is evolving into two tracks – declining traditional sectors and booming new sectors, coined by some economists as Old China vs New China. What are the possible trajectories of these economic tracks in the years to come? How should business leaders redefine their strategies in response to the changing China market landscape as well as to new technologies and business models?

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Opening Keynote Address by Christopher Johnson, CSIS Sanjeev Chatrath, Managing Director, Region Head, Asia, Financial & Risk, Thomson Reuters (Presenter) Given the high popularity of Mr. Chris Johnson’s opening keynote speech last year and the request by many members to have him again, AmCham is honored and delighted to invite him back this year to share his observations on China’s reforms and the post-election outlook of US-China relations.

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Gordon Orr, Chairman, McKinsey Asia