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Asia Risk Live 2022 | Full agenda for Hong Kong

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Full agenda for Hong Kong

Asia Risk Live 2022 | October 5 & 6, 2022 | Hong Kong

There will be three separate sessions during the two-day event, namely risk and regulation, investments and ETF & Indexing Forum. Check out the full agenda below and register for the session(s) you are interested in to unlock game-changing content that industry experts prepared exclusively for you.

09:0009:10

Chairperson’s Opening Remarks

09:00 - 09:10

09:1009:30

Keynote Address

00:00 - 00:01

Daryl Ho

Executive Director (Banking Policy)

Hong Kong Monetary Authority

Mr. Ho has been appointed as Executive Director (Banking Policy) of Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) in April 2017.  His key responsibilities include implementing international regulatory standards and banking policy making, including policy on green and sustainable banking.

An economist by training, Mr. Ho joined the Research Department of HKMA in 2001.  Before taking up his present role, he had worked in various functional areas including monetary operations, market development, and financial stability surveillance.

Before joining HKMA, Mr. Ho served in the investment banking industry as an economist between 1993 and 2000.

09:3010:00

Chief Risk Officer Panel – Hong Kong

09:10 - 09:50

  • Redefining operational resilience 
  • Responding to changes in risk profiles driven by inflation and Covid-19 
  • Evolving regulatory agenda and benchmark reform: best course of action 
  • Managing risk induced by digital transformation 
You Leong Tan

Chief Risk Officer, North Asia

OCBC Wing Hang Bank

You Leong Tan is currently Chief Risk Officer for North Asia, at OCBC Bank, a Singapore-based financial institution group with regional presence primarily in Singapore, Malaysia, Greater China and Indonesia. He is responsible for the oversight of OCBC's risk management in China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Korea. Risk areas covered include credit risk management (wholesale and retail), market risk, liquidity risk, operational risk and information security.

You Leong Tan is currently Chief Risk Officer for North Asia, at OCBC Bank, a Singapore-based financial institution group with regional presence primarily in Singapore, Malaysia, Greater China and Indonesia. He is responsible for the oversight of OCBC's risk management in China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Korea. Risk areas covered include credit risk management (wholesale and retail), market risk, liquidity risk, operational risk and information security.

You Leong has 18 years of banking experience, covering diverse functions including market risk, operational risk, business management, strategic management, treasury, asset-liability management and regional CRO. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) degree from the National University of Singapore, Bachelor of Laws (Honours) degree from the University of London and Master of Business Administration (High Honours) from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. He is a CFA, FRM and PRM charterholder. operational risk, business management, strategic management, treasury, asset-liability management and regional CRO. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) degree from the National University of Singapore, Bachelor of Laws (Honours) degree from the University of London and Master of Business Administration (High Honours) from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. He is a CFA, FRM and PRM charterholder. 

Josephine Woo

Chief Risk Officer

RHB

Josephine Woo has more than 17 years experience in risk management with regional exposures and worked in Australia and Hong Kong prior to relocation back to Malaysia. She has rich expertise as both risk management practitioner and consultant.

Josephine has vast industry knowledge specifically in financial institutions, banking, insurance, asset management and government-linked companies. These includes both conventional and Islamic principles businesses. Additionally, her role involved as regulatory liaison with relevant local regulators of the regional countries.

Josephine currently a chairperson for operational risk committee with RIM and committee member of the global risk professional certification (PRMIA).

Josephine coverage of expertise includes fraud risk management, anti-money laundering risk, regulatory compliance risk, financial risk management, insurance risk management, operational resilience, cyber security risk management and third party risk management.

10:0010:20

LIBOR transition in hindsight – check list of the outstanding tasks

09:50 - 10:10

Our panel of experts will address outstanding issues and possible solutions in the following areas:

  • What are the current challenges with interest rate volatility? 
  • Is there sufficient liquidity within the market for SOFR? 
  • How have derivative fared in the new risk-free rate environment? 
  • Calculating and adjusting for new risks and credit adjustment spreads 

10:2010:50

The Evolution of the Hong Kong Clearing and Collateral Management Industry: New Opportunities

10:10 - 10:40

  • The inevitable deadline of IM and the impact on collateral management 
  • Developments within Euroswap clearing and regulatory updates 
  • Navigating OTC clearing and benefits and FX clearing exchanges 
  • Evaluating ESGs impact on the clearing and collateral management markets 

10:5011:15

Networking break

10:40 - 11:10

11:1511:40

Basel reform finale: where do we go from here?

11:10 - 11:35

  • Mitigating capital impacts and optimizing capital consumption 
  • Addressing issues surrounding data quality and reliability for Basel compliance 
  • Mitigating measures for capital impacts as efficient use of capital is becoming critical 
  • Using Basel reform to rethink and transform business models in the context of climate risk 
Jerome Mornet

Regional Head of Risk Analytics

HSBC

Jerome Mornet is Regional Head of Global Risk Analytics, Asia Pacific (GRA ASP) in HSBC’s Risk Department in Hong Kong. Mr Mornet is responsible for the credit risk models covering Wholesale portfolios for regulatory capital, stress testing and IFRS9, Market and Counterparty Credit Risk models, Financial Crime Risk models for HSBC Asia Pacific.

Prior to his current role in HSBC, Mr Mornet was responsible for the Credit Risk models for ANZ Group and also worked for various large international companies including , ING and Accenture. Mr Mornet holds a master of computer science and a master of business administration.

11:4012:00

Climate Risk management for banks for a net-zero economy

11:35 - 11:55

  • Getting prepared for the implementation of regulatory requirements to address climate risk 
  • Building a climate risk framework that encompasses pricing, credit risk, and client-relationship management 
  • The role of stress testing and scenario analysis in climate risk management  
  • How to align climate risk exposure with risk appetite and business and credit strategy?
Lapman Lee

Professor of Practice (ESG, Sustainable Finance, FinTech)

The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Lapman Lee is a financial services & FinTech subject matter expert with 20 years of experience as a Big 4 consulting partner and regulatory compliance and risk management managing director. 

He has advised virtual banks with license applications, hkma independent assessments, and building the people/ process/ technology capabilities to ensure Day 1 operational readiness. 

In addition, he focuses on enhancing governance, risk & controls (GRC) at FinTech firms and traditional financial institutions, regulatory change (such as LIBOR transition) and RegTech, and M&A strategy and post-merger integration.

He is active in the HK financial services industry promoting HK as an IFC as Vice Chairman of the Financial Markets Committee of the British Chamber, honorary fellow of the Asian Institute of International Financial Law (AIIFL) of the HKU, and Co-Chair InsurTech of the HK FinTech Association as well as Task Force member of the HK Insurance Authority.  

Efe Cummings

Head of Operational Risk, Asia

Nomura

Rodney Gollo

Head of Risk

Bupa

Risk and sustainable finance expert, with specialism in emerging and frontier markets. International experience working across financial services, professional services, insurance, healthcare, startups, design, media, social enterprises and academia. Areas of expertise and focus are:

1. Risk management: identifying, managing and communicating financial, non-financial and emerging risks and opportunities.

2. Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG), sustainable finance and climate risk: integrating ESG and climate risks and opportunities into businesses, investments, reporting and disclosures.

3. Emerging and frontier markets: in depth knowledge and experience of emerging and frontier markets - experience with M&A transactions, market entry analysis, joint venture management, scaling social enterprises and international regulatory programmes.

4. Public speaking: a sustainability awards judge, public speaker and podcast guest on ESG, sustainable finance, impact investing and blended finance.

Satish Pradhan

Head of Risk Management

JP Morgan

12:0012:30

The C-Suite Perspective: Looking ahead on risks in Hong Kong

11:55 - 12:25

  • The lasting impacts on COVID-19 and how it will affect Hong Kong financial markets 
  • Focused priority by the HKMA on the climate risk agenda 
  • Talent pools leaving Hong Kong and the chasm left behind causing a talent risk 
  • What is one risk you are concerned about for the next 5 years in Hong Kong? 
Anthony Cheung

Managing Director, ESG

Polymer Capital

Patrick Liu

Chief Information Governance Officer

ARTA TechFin

Patrick is the former Chief Information Security Officer of Tencent’s Digital Bank in HK - Fusion Bank. He leads the team with the mission to build a secure and 100% digital bank with financial inclusion in DNA. He oversees and governs the implementation of the bank-wide information risk roadmap with a particular focus on IT regulatory compliance. Prior to joining Fusion Bank, Patrick was Deputy CISO for DBS Bank HK to look after cyber security management, incident response, data security and dealing with regulatory assessment. Patrick has held various key positions in IT security, technology risk management and audit across Asia and Europe. 

He has over 20 years of IT and Security experience including security operation, risk and control and IT audit within top tier financial institutions. As an experienced security practitioner, Patrick has been responsible for performing and managing a wide range of security consulting, risk and threat assessment, security training, cyber crisis management planning program. His contribution to the industry was well recognized. He earned multiple awards:

  • Hong Kong Police Force: Hong Kong Cyber Security Professionals Awards in 2017
  • ISC2: ISLA Asia-Pacific Honoree Senior Information Security Professional category 2018
  • Hong Kong Business Magazine: Banking Executive of the Year in 2021
  • IDG: ASEAN CSO30 in 2021
  • UK Cyber Security Awards: Highly Commended CISO of the Year in 2021

Patrick is a certified information system security professional (CISSP), Information Systems Security Architecture Professional (ISSAP), Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control (CRISC), Certified in the Governance of Enterprise IT (CGEIT), Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) and Associate Business Continuity Professional (ABCP).

12:3012:35

Chairperson’s Closing Remarks 

12:00 - 12:05

12:3513:35

Lunch

12:30 - 13:30

14:0014:10

Chairperson’s Opening Remarks

09:00 - 09:10

14:1014:40

Chief Economist Panel: What is the outlook for 2023?

14:10 - 14:40

  • Update on current market conditions and forecasts for the close of 2022 
  • Is the concern for recession myth or reality? 
  • Where is the greatest potential for economic growth in Asia? 
  • What will be the challenges and trends for 2023 in the global economy? 
Alicia Garcia-Herrero

Chief Economist, Asia Pacific

Natixis

Alicia García Herrero is the Chief Economist for Asia Pacific at Natixis. She also serves as Senior Fellow at the Brussels-based European think-tank BRUEGEL and a non-resident Senior Follow at the East Asian Institute (EAI) of the National University Singapore (NUS).

Alicia is also Adjunct Professor at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.

Finally, Alicia is a Member of the Council of Advisors on Economic Affairs to the Spanish Government and an advisor to the Hong Kong Monetary Authority’s research arm (HKIMR) among other advisory and teaching positions. In previous years, Alicia held the following positions: Chief Economist for Emerging Markets at Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria (BBVA), Member of the Asian Research Program at the Bank of International Settlements (BIS), Head of the International Economy Division of the Bank of Spain, Member of the Counsel to the Executive Board of the European Central Bank, Head of Emerging Economies at the Research Department at Banco Santander, and Economist at the International Monetary Fund. As regards her academic career, Alicia has served as visiting Professor at John Hopkins University (SAIS program), China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) and Carlos III University. Alicia holds a PhD in Economics from George Washington University and has published extensively in refereed journals and books (see her publications in ResearchGate, Google Scholar, SSRN or REPEC). Alicia is also very active in international media (BBC, Bloomberg, CNBC and CNN) as well as social media (LinkedIn and Twitter). As a recognition, Alicia was included in the TOP Voices in Economy and Finance by LinkedIn in 2017 and #6 Top Social Media leader by Refinitiv in 2020.

Lin Li

Managing Director, Head of Global Markets Research Asia

MUFG

Iris Pang

Chief Economist, Greater China

ING Bank

Iris Pang joined ING in June 2017 as economist for Greater China. She is responsible for research on the macro-economic and industry trends in the Mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan. Research reports from Iris are shared with ING clients on a regular basis. She is also often interviewed by the media and invited to contribute regular commentary.  

Before joining ING, Iris held a similar position at Natixis between January 2016 and June 2017. Prior to that, she was with OCBC Wing Hang Bank in a similar role for almost a decade.

Iris holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST), Masters in Commerce (first class honours) from the University of Auckland, and a Bachelor degree in Economics from the University of New South Wales.

Iris was an instructor at the Summer School for Applied Econometric of HKUST and taught distance learning programme on Modern China Economy at the Open University of Hong Kong.

14:4015:10

The future role of ESG in your portfolio strategy

14:40 - 15:10

  • Common misconceptions about ESG investing 
  • Positioning ESG as a short, medium, and long-term investment strategy 
  • Comparing ESG and traditional products for risk-adjusted returns 
  • Using ESG analysis to drive credit quality as geopolitics and economic challenges persist 
Lapman Lee

Professor of Practice (ESG, Sustainable Finance, FinTech)

The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Lapman Lee is a financial services & FinTech subject matter expert with 20 years of experience as a Big 4 consulting partner and regulatory compliance and risk management managing director. 

He has advised virtual banks with license applications, hkma independent assessments, and building the people/ process/ technology capabilities to ensure Day 1 operational readiness. 

In addition, he focuses on enhancing governance, risk & controls (GRC) at FinTech firms and traditional financial institutions, regulatory change (such as LIBOR transition) and RegTech, and M&A strategy and post-merger integration.

He is active in the HK financial services industry promoting HK as an IFC as Vice Chairman of the Financial Markets Committee of the British Chamber, honorary fellow of the Asian Institute of International Financial Law (AIIFL) of the HKU, and Co-Chair InsurTech of the HK FinTech Association as well as Task Force member of the HK Insurance Authority.  

Richard Chan

AXA HK and Asia Head of ALM

AXA

Richard Chan is the AXA HK and Asia Head of ALM, where he is responsible for AXA’s ALM and Solution functions in 7 jurisdictions including China, HK and Thailand. His main responsibilities include setting strategic asset allocation and running the hedging programs. Before joining AXA, Richard was the Capital and Investment Actuary in Prudential Hong Kong, and headed the Capital Management, ALM and Investment functions at different points in time. Further before, Richard was the Chief Risk Officer of Aviva HK. He is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries, a CFA charter-holder and an FRM charter-holder.

Anthony Cheung

Managing Director, ESG

Polymer Capital

Liza Jansen

Head of Responsible Investment

Prudential

Liza is Head of Responsible Investment at Prudential. She is accountable for the responsible investment strategy for all markets in which Prudential operates across Asia and Africa. This includes setting ambitious responsible investment targets with special attention for the challenges in emerging markets and the trade-off between responsible investment initiatives and the risk/return profile of the portfolio. Before joining Prudential, she was an investment strategist at PGGM, where she focused on responsible investment and strategic asset allocation.

15:1015:40

Networking break

10:40 - 11:10

15:4016:10

Using ETFs to access new trends – balancing risk and returns

15:00 - 15:30

  • Investing in ETFs to access a selection of industry sectors 
  • How to diversify risks using ETFs? 
  • How do you incorporate ETFs into a multi-asset portfolio? 
  • What are the roles of ETFs in tactical vs strategic allocation approach? 
Tom Digby

Director, Head of ETF Capital Markets, APAC

Invesco

Tom Digby leads the ETF Capital Markets team in Asia Pacific. As well as leading the team, he is currently responsible for developing the business and expanding Invesco’s ETF presence and capabilities for our clients across the Asia Pacific region. The primary role of Invesco ETF Capital Markets team is providing client education and insights for any of our ETF Investors. The team has an in-depth knowledge of product structure, market knowledge and trading which help educate investors and market participants in ETFs. Tom holds a Master’s degree in Investment Management from Bayes Business School (formerly Cass) part of the City of London University.

16:1016:35

Accessing China through bond markets

16:10 - 16:35

  • How to use China bonds as a risk diversifier? 
  • The hindrances of China’s bond market with the economy still being insular 
  • Opportunities for investors as the China bond market presents greater credit differentiation 
  • How China green bonds market will take shape?

16:3517:15

CIO Panel: Multi-asset allocation in the changing economic environment

16:40 - 17:10

  • What are current market trends with bearish markets? 
  • How offset inflation risks amid growing recession concerns? 
  • Is it plausible to generate alpha in such poor market conditions? 
  • What are the trends to follow to close out 2022 into 2023?  
David Quah

Managing Director, External Asset Management

FUTEC Financial Group

17:1517:20

Chairperson’s Closing Remarks 

12:00 - 12:05

09:0009:10

Chairperson’s Opening Remarks

09:00 - 09:10

09:1009:50

ETF & Indexing: Current trends and challenges looking ahead to 2023
Panel Discussion

09:10 - 09:50

  • The role of ETF and index-linked products in the current times of volatility   
  • What are the trends influencing the ETF and index investments in Hong Kong?  
  • Is there a movement towards a more actively traded ETF market?  
  • Are investors doing their due diligence on index-based products? 
  • The outlook for the rest of 2022 within the ETF and index markets  
Chris Crea

ETF Specialist

Invesco

Chris is responsible for promoting the global Invesco ETF range to clients across Asia-Pacific. Chris previously worked for BlackRock as part of the APAC Portfolio Consulting team where he would construct multi-asset portfolios using a risk lens to meet client investment outcomes, predominantly using ETFs. Prior to this, Chris was part of the iShares ETF and Indexing product team based in Australia where he would develop and launch new, and maintain existing, ETFs. Chris holds a B.Sc. in Physics and a Postgraduate Certificate in Applied Statistics, both from Macquarie University, Sydney.

Fanda Ho

Head of Investment

Prudential Hong Kong

Fanda leads the Investment team in Prudential Hong Kong and is responsible for Strategic Asset Allocation and Portfolio Hedging to enhance the return and risk management for the products in order to meet the long term investment target. She is also responsible for overseeing the selection and performance of underlying managers. She works with key partners within Prudential group to design investment and operational framework for efficiently managing the entire portfolios, including tactical asset allocation, derivatives and other investment strategies (such as ESG and Alternatives). She also drives new product ideas from an investment initiative and supports investment related matters for marketing.

Fanda has over 14 years of experience in asset management and liability hedging for global insurance companies. Prior to joining Prudential Hong Kong in 2017, Fanda was the Client Solutions Director with Aviva Investors in London where she provided asset related solutions to internal and external clients. Before that she was the Senior Portfolio Manager overseeing the investment strategy of ₤50 bn annuity funds and also leading the hedging strategy of ₤100bn With-Profits funds in Prudential UK. Fanda is a CFA Charterholder and possesses BSc Actuarial Science from London School of Economics and MPhil Finance from University of Cambridge.

Yingyi Shen

Managing Director

Single Family Office

Yingyi heads a single family office, managing overall asset allocation and direct equity investments for the family. She is based in Hong Kong. Prior to returning to Asia and joining family office industry, Yingyi was a global macro Portfolio Manager seeded by Tudor Investment Corporation in New York. Before that, she was a Portfolio Associate at PIMCO in Europe, focusing on G10 and Emerging Markets FX and rates.

Yingyi holds MBA with distinction from Harvard Business School and B.S. in Mathematics and B.A. in Physics from Duke University.

09:5010:20

ESG-Friendly ETFs: Being a socially responsible investor
Panel Discussion

09:50 - 10:20

  • What are the new ETF offerings within the ESG space? 
  • How to avoid greenwashing in a crowded ETF market?  
  • How developed is the ESG market in China? Are standards aligned with international practices? 
  • What’s the roadmap for ESG disclosure for China? Can we expect the quality of ESG data to improve?  
  • What trends and opportunities should investors be aware of? 
Winnie Cheung

Responsibility Officer

Syfe

Stephen Pau

Chief Investment Officer

Hefeng Family Office

Stephen has an MSc in Actuarial Science from Cass Business School in the UK, and is a Chartered Statistician and a Chartered Scientist. He has over 20 years’ experience in the financial services industry, having worked in multi-family office, asset management firm, insurance company, corporate reserve fund and brokerage.

Stephen is currently the Chief Investment Officer at Hefeng Family Office. Before Hefeng, he held financial positions in various institutions, including senior portfolio manager at Veco Invest (Asia) Limited; managing multi-manager portfolios at The Hong Kong Jockey Club, the largest institutional investors in the Asia Pacific region; at the quantitative micro-strategy team with Deutsche Bank, ranked one of the top three research teams in the Quantitative / Derivative Category by Institutional Investors; a portfolio analysis specialist with JP Morgan Asset Management in the UK; and a fixed income analyst for The St. Paul Travelers Companies, Inc. in the UK.

10:2010:45

Accessing China via index products: new trends  

10:20 - 10:45

  • China Credit Indices – A simplified format for taking diversified exposure to bonds  
  • Capturing passive outperformance – A unique opportunity in the China Equity Market   
  • Actively Managing Exposures – Efficient Access to multiple themes through flexible and customizable indices 
Frederick Chu

Managing Director & Head of Financial Institutions

Magnum Research

Frederick is the Managing Director & Head of Financial Institutions at Magnum Research. He is responsible for developing the company’s business-to-business wealth and portfolio solutions under the AQUMON brand. Frederick has over 20 years of experience in the financial industry. He was recently the Executive Director of Asset Management at Haitong International Group leading the HaitongETF business. Prior to that Frederick was the Head of ETFs at ChinaAMC(HK), managing the firm’s ETF franchise and strategies in Hong Kong and overseas. Frederick also worked at a number of global banks including HSBC, Credit Suisse, Societe Generale, as well as Lehman Brothers in the Prime Services and Capital Markets area. He started his career as a futures trader at Refco. Frederick holds a MBA degree from New York Institute of Technology, and received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of British Columbia.

Stephen Pau

Chief Investment Officer

Hefeng Family Office

Stephen has an MSc in Actuarial Science from Cass Business School in the UK, and is a Chartered Statistician and a Chartered Scientist. He has over 20 years’ experience in the financial services industry, having worked in multi-family office, asset management firm, insurance company, corporate reserve fund and brokerage.

Stephen is currently the Chief Investment Officer at Hefeng Family Office. Before Hefeng, he held financial positions in various institutions, including senior portfolio manager at Veco Invest (Asia) Limited; managing multi-manager portfolios at The Hong Kong Jockey Club, the largest institutional investors in the Asia Pacific region; at the quantitative micro-strategy team with Deutsche Bank, ranked one of the top three research teams in the Quantitative / Derivative Category by Institutional Investors; a portfolio analysis specialist with JP Morgan Asset Management in the UK; and a fixed income analyst for The St. Paul Travelers Companies, Inc. in the UK.

10:4511:15

Networking break

10:40 - 11:10

11:1511:40

Embracing the new China equities regime
Fireside chat

11:15 - 11:40

  • New trends emerged because of the Increased regulatory volatility in Chinese equities  
  • Allocating between onshore and offshore markets: adopting a proactive approach 
  • How to capitalize sectors and megatrends in the index space?  
Jaye Chiu

Head of Investment Products & Advisory Department

The Bank of East Asia, Limited

Jaye Chiu is the regional head of investment for Bank of Montreal (BMO) Private Bank in Asia. In this role, he has overall leadership and governance responsibilities for the full suite of discretionary and advisory investment solutions provided to high net worth clients of BMO Private Bank in Hong Kong and Singapore booking centers. The regional investment team provides trading, discretionary portfolio management and investment advisory services across equities, fixed income & rates, foreign exchange, commodities, mutual funds, alternative investments and structured products.

 

Before joining BMO, Jaye was the Senior Managing Director, Head of Investment Hong Kong at EFG Bank AG. In this role, Jaye led the Investment Department that consisted of investment counselors, asset-class advisors, due diligence specialists and security traders. Prior to EFG, Jaye was the Head of Profiled & Fund Mandates, Asia for BNP Paribas Wealth Management. Jaye also held other previous roles in HSBC Private Bank and UBS Wealth Management.

 

Jaye graduated with honors from Tepper School of Business - Carnegie Mellon University in the United States. Based in Hong Kong since 2004, Jaye is a regular speaker at financial industry conferences and is a judge for various awards within the industry in Asia.

11:4012:05

Crypto ETF: A risk averse way to get in on the digital currency market 

11:40 - 12:05

  • Overview and trends of the cryptocurrency market 
  • How has the Hong Kong market adapted to the emergence of cryptocurrencies? 
  • Managing the risks of the cryptocurrency markets through ETFs 
  • How will cryptocurrency ETFs revolutionize crypto trading for mainstream investors?
Alvin Fan

Chief Executive Officer

OP Investment Management Limited

Alvin Fan is the Chief Executive Officer of OP Investment Management Limited (OPIM), responsible for the company’s overall strategy. He has over 15 years’ experience in finance and strategy - spanning across managerial, private equity, and fund of funds. Alvin was previously Director of Incubated Funds and Head of Investor Relations at OP Financial Investments Ltd, a Hong Kong listed Investment Company, where he was responsible for monitoring the company’s portfolio of public equity investments. Prior to joining OP, Alvin was previously working in private equity focused on distressed assets and property. Alvin received his Master’s degree in Business Administration from the Ivey School of Business (University of Western Ontario) in 2006.

Kelvin Koh

Co-founder & Partner, CIO

Spartan Capital

Kelvin has over 20 years of experience in investment and research across multiple asset classes and geographies.
Prior to serving as CIO of Spartan Capital, the hedge fund arm of Spartan Group, Kelvin was Managing Partner of Trident Venture Partners, an early stage venture capital firm.
Previously, Kelvin was a Partner and China CIO at Indus Capital, an Asia-focused equity hedge fund with over $6.5 billion in assets under management. Before joining Indus Capital, Kelvin was also Partner and Head of Research at Goldman Sachs, where he spent 18 years across its Singapore, Hong Kong and Beijing offices. He started his career there as a research analyst, during which he garnered top rankings from Institutional Investor, AsiaMoney and Greenwich Associates for his industry-leading analysis.

12:0512:10

Chairperson’s Closing Remarks 

12:00 - 12:05

12:1013:10

Lunch

12:30 - 13:30