In parallel to the Hong Kong FinTech Week and with the support of InvestHK and FINNOVASIA, the European Chamber of Commerce presents:
Fintech, Virtual Banks and GBA: How European Players are standing out in Asia.
This online event is co-hosted by The Belgium-Luxembourg, Dutch, French, Finnish and German Chambers of Commerce in Hong Kong.
What are the real world applications of big data, cryptocurrencies and blockchain?
Who are the main European players leading their implementation in APAC?
Why digitalisation is a must for banks moving forward?
What is virtual banks' competitive advantage compared to traditional players?
What are the main fintech trends in the Greater Bay Area?
What are European companies expecting from the Greater Bay Area initiative?
How can big data drive energy transition and ESG objectives in the region?
The above are only few of the topics to be discussed during the session.
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Date: 5 November 2020
Time: 4:00 - 5:00pm HKT
- Online: Complimentary for Members; HKD100 for Non-Members
Member ticket: online
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Non-member ticket: online
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Managing Director of Bretteville Consulting Hong Kong
With offices in Europe and Asia, Bretteville provides expertise and advisory to its Banking, Insurance and FinTech clients. Main activities include Project Management, Business Transformation, Compliance & Regulatory support.
Before joining Bretteville Consulting, Anastassia was leading the Asian office of another European consulting company and held various senior positions within Royal Bank of Canada in Luxembourg where she started in 2003.
Anastassia Jehl holds a Master in Management from ESCP Business School.
Mr. Charles Ng heads up one of the two divisons helping overseas and Mainland companies to establish or expand their business presence in Hong Kong. His teams are responsible for Innovation and Technology (which include Health Tech, Smart city, Artificial Intelliengence and Robotics, Information and Communications Technology), Financial Technology, and Startups.
He has worked for companies in the manufacturing, trading, financial services and banking sectors in Mauritius, Canada and Hong Kong. He speaks 6 languages and dialects and holds an MBA degree awarded jointly by the Business School of the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and the Kellogg School of Management of Northwestern University.