HKS Younger Members Group

HKAS LogoThe aim of the HK Society Younger Members Group is to bring together younger people who have lived, are living, or have some connection with Hong Kong. The HKSYM will ensure inclusion in the HK Society programme events and activities to answer the needs of members with the focus on developing and facilitating initiatives in the areas of Socialising and Networking, Professional Development and Promoting Cultural Diversity.

For details of how to join please click here

HKS Younger Members Group Committee

Chair: Edith Lai – Associate, Charles Russell Speechlys
Vice Chair: Derek Wong – Capital & Risk Information Services, Barclays

Jackie Yu Hon Lam – HKS Ambassador to Student Bodies
Joyce Li – Solicitor, Mackrell Turner Garrett Solicitors
Joyce Ng – Business Intelligence Manager, Asian Art, Christies
Carina Wu – Global Alliances Manager, Arup
Alastair Yap – Senior Knowledge Analyst, The Boston Consulting Group
Winston Yap – Associate Director, Ultra High Net Worth, UBS Wealth Management

(If you would like to get in touch with the committee members, please email communications@hkas.org.uk)

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Younger Members Summer Drinks

Date:      Sunday 20th August
Venue:  Pergola on the Roof, Multi Story Car Park, Television Centre, Wood Lane, White City, London W12 7RJ
Time:     13:30 onwards
Cost:       Free!

The Hong Kong Society Younger Members (HKSYM) invites you to join us for a relaxing afternoon of alfresco drinking and dining, socialising with other young professionals who have interests in the Far East.

All attendees will receive a complimentary cocktail on arrival*.  Set on a rooftop in White City, Pergola on the Roof is Hamptons themed, so sit back and pretend you’ve got a whitewashed beach house on Long Island beside the sea.  This year’s pop-up eatery will feature food offerings from 8 Hoxton Square, Salt ’n’ Sauce from Bonnie Gull, Breddos Tacos and old faithfuls Patty & Bun.  Two bars and 600 seats make this a great place to hang out, and is situated right next to Westfield London, only a stone’s throw from Wood Lane, Shepherd’s Bush Market and White City stations.

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Although we welcome members and non-members of HKSYM, space is very limited and available on a first come first served basis.  Past events have all proved extremely popular – be sure to book early to avoid disappointment! Contact communications@hkas.org.uk  to join.

*Details of how to claim the free drink will be sent to all those attending.


Past Events

Hong Kong Society Sector Focussed Discussion: Fintech & Start Ups

Innovative HK: What’s next for FinTech and start-ups in Hong Kong?

Date: Tuesday 25 April 2017
Venue: Linklaters LLP, One Silk Street, London EC2Y 8HQ
Time: 6.00 for 6.30pm start
Cost: Free (HKS members)/ £10 per person (non-members)

Hong Kong has become one of the world’s most popular FinTech start-up hubs: since 2014, the number of start-ups in Hong Kong has increased by nearly 50% to over 1,500 as at mid-2016. A Deloitte report last year named Hong Kong as one of the global top five FinTech hubs.

The Hong Kong Government has been strongly promoting the city as a technology “super-connector” for Asia, with an unprecedented allocation of £1.6 billion in its 2016 budget to promote technology and innovation development. Amidst the uncertainty created by the Brexit vote which threatens London’s crown as the global capital of FinTech, UK’s FCA and Hong Kong Monetary Authority entered into a Cooperation Agreement in December 2016, to foster collaboration between the two regulatory authorities in promoting FinTech and financial innovation.

In the context of such trends, this event is a timely examination of Hong Kong’s FinTech and start-ups landscape.

If you are:

  • working or investing in the FinTech or start-ups sectors;
  • have a general interest in the FinTech or start-ups; and/or
  • interested in working or investing in Hong Kong

then this is the event for you.

Join us for a panel discussion of experts and thought leaders to explore future opportunities for development and investment in Hong Kong:

Keynote Speaker: Jeff Tijssen, EMEA Head of FinTech and Partnerships at Capco

Panellists:
Thorsten Terweiden, Deputy Head (FinTech) of InvestHK London
Reijo Pold, Partner, Innovation Architect at SILK Ventures

Moderator: Julian Cunningham-Day, Partner and Co-head of TMT sector team at Linklater

This event is generously hosted by Linklaters LLP and will be followed by a networking drinks reception.

With great thanks to

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Fireside Chat

A fire-side conversation with Patti Wong, co-hosted by

the Hong Kong Society & EY Far East Network

Date: Monday 6th March 2017
Venue: Ernst & Young LLP, 1 More London Place, London SE1 2AF
Time: 6.00 for 6.30pm

HONG KONG SOCIETY MEMBERS ONLY

The Hong Kong Society is embarking on a series of ‘fire-side chats’ in collaboration with the EY Far East Network (EYFEN). The idea is for a guest VIP to be invited to deliver a talk/Q&A around his or her life experiences and career accomplishments. The chat will be with an experienced questioner.

We are delighted that Ms Patti Wong, has accepted the invitation to be the second guest speaker.

PattiPatti Wong, Chairman of Sotheby’s Asia, is one of the most experienced Asians working in the auction world today. She has extensive knowledge in dealing with clients throughout the Far East and has represented major Asian collectors at most of Sotheby’s important auctions worldwide for almost two decades. Mrs Wong was based in London for almost fifteen years and held the post of Head of Private Client Services Department before her appointment as Chairman of Sotheby’s Asia in 2004. She is now based in Hong Kong and has been instrumental in the significant expansion of the company’s client base in Hong Kong and Southeast Asia, building access to some of the most powerful buyers in Asia. She was also appointed Chairman of Sotheby’s Diamonds, a global retail venture established in December 2005 providing clients with an exclusive experience to acquire important diamonds and fine diamond jewellery privately all year round globally.

Mrs Wong was educated both in Hong Kong and the United Kingdom, and received her bachelor’s degree in Monetary Economics from the London School of Economics, followed by a post graduate diploma in Asian Arts at the School of Oriental and African Studies, London University. She is a member of the committee of the Hong Kong Association.

20141223033917_17962She will be interviewed by Ms Sally Patterson. Sally (who was better known in HK as Sally Blyth) began her journalistic career at the BBC after graduating from London University in Modern History. She went on to work in publishing and PR and also television and radio (RTHK and ATV) as a political journalist in Hong Kong where she lived from 1983-1997. She covered the negotiations on Hong Kong’s future up to the handover when she worked with BBC Television. She hosted her own weekly television current affairs programme and has extensive radio broadcasting and reporting experience. Sally has written for daily newspapers and periodicals. Her journalistic work took her to China and elsewhere in Asia as well as to the United Nations and Europe. Her book, Hong Kong Remembers’ was launched in Hong Kong by the then Governor Chris Patten with the Foreword written by the former Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher. She is married to recent Society Treasurer, Mark Patterson.

Space for this event is extremely limited, is opened to staff of EY and members of the HKS only and is available on a first come first served basis.


Meet the Mentors Supper

Date:     Monday 28th November 2016
Venue: The Oriental Club, Stratford House, 11 Stratford Place, London, W1C 1ES
Time:   7.00pm Conversation starts, 8.00pm Supper

A dinner for a maximum of 34 guests with four experienced mentors, all involved in the banking and financial services industries, is being planned for the evening of Monday 28th November. This is the fourth in a series of the ‘Meet the Mentor’ Suppers, each one focussing on a specific sector.

2 Bankers, an Accountant and a Lawyer will relate their experiences to those attending and share their views and perceptions. This supper is suitable for all those thinking of embarking on, or furthering, careers in these industries; it will be an informal and useful exchange of information and discussion.

The dinner will be in a Private Room in the Oriental Club.

Booking is required. Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis.

The members rate applies to existing fully paid up members of the Hong Kong Society only

In the chair:

Carrie Waley is the CEO of Mandarin Consulting. She is a pioneer for career coaching for Chinese graduates entering international job markets. Every year, her company has helped hundreds of university students and graduates to embark on their career.

Mark Gray, Managing Director, Corporate Development, Standard Chartered Bank
Mr Gray had responsibility for the origination, analysis and execution of acquisitions and disposals for Standard Chartered. His career started in Hong Kong in 1994; he studied at Cambridge and SOAS.

The Mentors:

Paget Dare Bryan, Partner, Clifford Chance LLP
Returned to the UK in 2014 after eleven years in Asia as Clifford Chance’s Head of Derivatives and Structured Product Practice. Now a Partner in its London Office.

Richard McDonald, Partner, Deloitte LLP
Richard McDonald is a partner in Deloitte UK’s International Markets Group and a leader in its Chinese Services Group. The Chinese Services Group serves Chinese companies establishing and investing in the UK, as well as UK companies expanding into China.

Romy Murray, Director, Trustee and Executive Coach
Now managing a Portfolio Career, she was until recently leading major bank wide regulatory programmes. Her 23 year banking career in HK and UK had its foundations in commodity derivatives and financial institutions sales before being promoted to senior global roles in Investor Relations, Corporate Affairs, Risk and Programme Management.

Ed Squire, Advisor, JP Morgan Cazenove
Advises UK listed companies on mergers and acquisitions and capital raisings, with a focus on the banking, insurance and asset management sectors.


Fireside Chat

* MEMBERS ONLY *

A fire-side conversation, co-hosted by the Hong Kong Society & EY Far East Network

Date: Monday 17th October
Venue: Ernst & Young LLP, 1 More London Place, London SE1 2AF
Time: 6.00 for 6.30pm

The Hong Kong Society is embarking on a series of ‘fire-side chats’ in collaboration with the EY Far East Network (EYFEN). The idea is for a guest VIP to be invited to deliver a talk/Q&A around his or her life experiences and career accomplishments. The chat will be with an experienced questioner.

We are delighted that Mr Hugh Davies, CMG, has accepted the invitation to be the first guest speaker.

hugh_daviesHugh Davies was born in India, educated at Cambridge, and spent 33 years in the British Diplomatic Service, much of it in East Asia, including China, Hong Kong and Singapore. He is a Chinese linguist, and knows India, Malaysia, and Vietnam well and has visited Japan, Indonesia, Philippines, Korea and Taiwan in a business capacity in recent years. His many achievements include leading the British team in the Sino-British Joint Liaison Group during the Handover in Hong Kong in 1997, assisting in Prudential’s expansion into six countries in Asia over this period (including China), assisting Old Mutual in its entry into the China market and carrying out research and analysis projects on Chinese energy procurement.

20141223033917_17962He will be interviewed by Ms Sally Patterson. Sally (who was better known in HK as Sally Blyth) began her journalistic career at the BBC after graduating from London University in Modern History. She went on to work in publishing and PR and also television and radio (RTHK and ATV) as a political journalist in Hong Kong where she lived from 1983-1997. She covered the negotiations on Hong Kongʼs future up to the handover when she worked with BBC Television. She hosted her own weekly television current affairs programme and has extensive radio broadcasting and reporting experience. Sally has written for daily newspapers and periodicals. Her journalistic work took her to China and elsewhere in Asia as well as to the United Nations and Europe. Her book, ʻHong Kong Remembers’ was launched in Hong Kong by the then Governor Chris Patten with the Foreword written by the former Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher. She is married to recent Society Treasurer, Mark Patterson.

Space for this event is extremely limited, is opened to staff of EY and members of the HKS only and is available on a first come first served basis.


Mid-Autumn Festival Gathering

Date: Wednesday 28th September 2016
Time: 6:30pm to 9:30pm
Venue: Tattershall Castle, Victoria Embankment, Whitehall, London, SW1A 2HR
Cost: Free for HKS members and their guests (Drinks and food available to purchase at the bar)

Join us to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival and meet up with fellow Hong Kong Society Members aboard the Tattershall Castle, a floating paddle steamer restaurant and bar, berthed at Victoria Embankment.

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Offering one of the finest views of River Thames and its world-famous landmarks, we have reserved an area in the cabins which has a relaxed and informal setting.


Members Only Summer Networking evening

Date: Wednesday 6th July 2016
Time: 7.00pm
Cost: Free to Society members

Our next Members Only social event will be a summer gathering at a private club.

Space is very limited and available on a first come first served purpose. Registration is required.


London Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival 2016

This year London Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival will be held on Sunday 26th June 2016 and the Hong Kong Society is once again planning to compete in the race. We are looking for enthusiastic rower/oarsmen to join our team.

You do not have to be particularly beefy or strong to be a member of a Dragon Boat crew: the main qualifications are a sense of rhythm, a capacity to enjoy a good day out and an ability to swim (if the worse comes to the worst!).

If you are interested to join the HKS team or would like to know more information please contact communications@hkas.org.uk

Please note: Places on the Hong Kong Society Dragon Boat team is available to members only.


Sector Focussed Discussions

The Hong Kong Society is embarking on a series of discussions designed to inform members about a range of business sectors and other interesting topics. The discussions will be especially useful for those already engaged in, or thinking of joining, those sectors but will be primarily focussed on Hong Kong.

The Importance of the Judiciary and Bar and the ‘One Country Two Systems’ principle in Hong Kong

Date: Monday 20th June 2016
Venue: The East India Club, 16 St James’s Square, London SW1Y 4LH
Time: 6.30pm
Cost: £7.50 (members); £15 (non-members)

Keynote Speaker: The Hon. Sir Charles Haddon-Cave

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Charles Allen-Jones, Director, Hongkong Land Holdings Ltd (former senior partner of Linklaters LLP)
Michael Thomas, QC (Attorney General of Hong Kong 1983-1988)
Priscilla To, Director-General, Hong Kong Economic & Trade Office

The Special Administrative Region of Hong Kong, as an autonomous territory which operates under a different political system to the rest of China, possesses its own legal system as well as its own government, police force, education system and many other vital administrative functions.

In this session, The Hon. Sir Charles Haddon-Cave, a High Court Judge of England and Wales, who has a very strong Hong Kong background and who is also Chairman of the International Committee of the Judicial College of England and Wales, will explain the importance of Hong Kong’s judiciary in this context and its unique constitutional position, including its roles in maintaining the separation of powers under the Basic Law and of reviewing constitutionally legislative and executive acts.

After his opening talk, which will last for about 15 minutes, Sir Charles Haddon-Cave will lead a discussion, supported by a small panel of experts and inviting input from the audience.

The discussion will touch upon the Rule of Law in Hong Kong and its key features, how the laws of Hong Kong provide protection for the rights and the dignity of citizens by embracing human rights protection in Hong Kong, how the independence of the judiciary is maintained in Hong Kong, the role of the Bar and the relationship with the power of the interpretation of the Basic Law by the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress.

The discussion will be from 6.30 – 7.45pm and a cash bar will then be available until 8.15 in the same private room.

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HK – Land of Opportunities

Date: Wednesday 15th June 2016
Venue: HKETO London Office, 18 Bedford Square, London WC1B 3JA
Time: From 6.00pm
Cost: £7.50 (HK Society Members) / £15 (Non Members)

Stonecutters Bridge With over 1,200 skyscrapers, Hong Kong tops the world rankings as the city with the most tall buildings. Lack of available sprawl space, giving rise to a highly dense and tall skyline, and has meant that the breath-taking cityscape is often cited as the best in the world. With immense pressures on space and construction demand, is it no wonder that extraordinary innovation and cutting-edge design are required for all development plans. This sector focus talk will delve into some of the largest on-going projects of the decade, and the issue of light pollution which becomes prominent in such a densely populated skyline. This talk will be arranged in association with the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office and the Hong Kong Institute of Engineering.

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Speakers:

Ir Francis Budge is Chairman of the HKIE UK Chapter and a civil engineer with over 40 years of experience, having been involved in water and wastewater projects in the UK and around the world. The focus of his presentation will be on the “10 Mega Infrastructure Projects” of this decade (costing over £56bn), including the HK – Zhuhai – Macao Bridge, MTR South Island Line, West Kowloon Cultural District, and Kai Tak Development to name a few.

Florence Lam is an Arup Fellow and leads the global Arup lighting design practice. Her particular expertise in daylight, visual perception and holistic lighting approach plays key roles in many of her innovative design solutions, from museums to sport venues and transport buildings to bridges all over the world. She will speak about lighting design and engineering in practice, covering relevant projects in HK and wider China, with a special focus on ‘light pollution’ in Hong Kong and how Arup design can help address cultural intricacies.

Cherie Yeung joined the Hong Kong Administrative Service in 2005 after graduating with a degree in arts from the University of Hong Kong.
She was Assistant Secretary in the former Health, Welfare and Food Bureau.  In 2007,  she joined the Home Affairs Department as Assistant District Officer.  She was appointed Assistant Secretary in Security Bureau in 2008.  In 2010, Ms Yeung was sponsored by the Hong Kong Government for study at UC Berkeley.  Ms Yeung then became Assistant Secretary at the Financial Secretary ‘s Private Office. In 2015, she was appointed Deputy Director-General of the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in London.  The Office is responsible for fostering Hong Kong’s relations with Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Russia, Sweden and the UK.


Christie’s Lates: Looking East – The Art of China

Date: Tuesday, 3rd May 2016
Time: 6:00pm – 8:30pm
Location: Christie’s South Kensington, 85 Old Brompton Road, London SW7 3LD

We welcome Hong Kong Society Members to join an informal evening of interesting art.  Meet Committee Member, Joyce Ng, at 6:30pm inside the entrance to hear an overview of the Christie’s Lates series launched last year.

Free entry and cash bar.

Members only


HKSYM Spring Drinks

Date: Wednesday 27 April
Venue: The Crown and Shuttle Pub, 226 Shoreditch High St, London E1 6PJ
Time: From 6.00pm
Cost: £5 per person (members), £10 per person (non members)

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Join the Hong Kong Young Society Younger Members Group in welcoming in Spring at our drinks in the Crown and Shuttle Pub. With its large heated garden, range of craft beers and food truck; it’s a great venue to network and embrace the coming warmer months and longer days.

Cost is only £5 for members and you will receive a glass of wine.


HKSYM Christmas Drinks

Date: Tuesday 8th December
Venue: Love Die Late, 114 Great Portland St London, W1W 6P
Time: From 6.30pm
Cost: £5 members / £10 non members

London is getting ready to turn on the Christmas Lights and the Hong Kong Society Younger Members Group would like to invite you to join in with their festive celebrations at Love Die Late, which has been described as a flirty and fun café by day and a glamorous drinking den by night.

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Tapas will be served during the evening. Drinks can be purchased from the cash bar and up until 8pm, you can take advantage of their happy hour, offering 2 of their custom-crafted cocktails for only £12. If cocktails aren’t to your taste, they also serve beers, wines, soft drinks and mocktails, so plenty to choose from.

We really hope you can join us!


Meet the Mentors Dinner

Date:     Monday 16th November 2015
Venue: The Oriental Club, Stratford House, 11 Stratford Place, London, W1C 1ES
Time:   7.00pm Drinks, 8.00pm Dinner
Cost:   £40 (members), £50 (non members) Price includes 2 course meal and drinks

A dinner for a maximum of 35 members with four experienced mentors, all involved in the banking, accounting and legal sectors, is being planned for the evening of Monday 16th November.

Two Bankers, an accountant and a lawyer will relate their experiences to those attending and share their views and perceptions. This dinner is suitable for all those thinking of embarking on careers in these industries; it will be an informal and useful exchange of information and discussion.

The event will be in a Private Room in the elegant and comfortable Oriental Club.

In the chair:

Mark Patterson retired from Standard Chartered Bank in 2013, having worked there since 2004. He has also worked in Hong Kong for 12 years as the CEO of Deutsche Morgan Grenfel. He is currently a Consultant in Financial Services and is also a Committee Member of the Hong Kong Society.

Carrie Waley is the founder and CEO of Mandarin Consulting, the leading career coaching consultancy for the Chinese with offices in the UK, US, China and Hong Kong.  Since 2007, Mandarin Consulting has helped thousands of Chinese worldwide to embark and progress in their international careers. Also a Committee Member of the Hong Kong Society.

The Mentors:

Peter Alexander – A qualified accountant who has spent the last 10 years advising clients on acquisitions, mergers, investments and disposals around the world. Based in London, Hong Kong, Vietnam and Indonesia. Now an Associate Director in KPMG Deal Advisory.

Huw Jenkins – A solicitor with 24 years experience of Hong Kong and now a partner at Clifford Chance. He has extensive experience on infrastructure, gaming and power projects; financing of property, telecoms, aircraft, shipping and corporate acquisitions; export credit, multilateral and tax based financings and securities issues.

John Morewood – Now the Head of Emerging Talent at HSBC, he has responsibility for formulating and implementing a joined up talent strategy for graduates and non-graduates. He has had a wide and impressive range of management roles in HSBC.

David Nabarro – A widely experienced city practitioner with 40 plus years corporate finance and broking experience in UK and overseas. Authorised and regulated by FCA. Founded Hampden & Co, a new UK Private Bank. He also currently manages Mathengine PLC Investment Portfolio.


HKS Younger Members Karaoke Night

Date: Friday 9th October
Venue: Firecracker, 44 Horseferry Road, Westminster, London SW1P 2AF
Time: 18:00 until 01:00 (close)
Cost:  £25 per person (members) / £30 per person (non-members) Price includes food and a drink

karaoke_img1Due to popular demand, HKSYM group will be organising a karaoke night at Firecracker in Westminster.  What better way to follow up the Annual Dinner and to meet fellow Hong Kong Society Younger Members than singing your heart out to Backstreet Boys or S Club 7?

Firecracker is one of the finest venues in London, where we have hired a private room which will be available from 6.00pm until closing.  The rooms are very spacious, and the songlist is updated every two weeks.  The evening itself will include a selection of party menu delicacies such as inside-out chicken wings, crispy squid with spicy salt and jasmine smoked ribs with honey five spice sauce, all served with fried noodle with beansprouts and egg fried rice. There will be a mixture of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, so whether you like to sing, eat, or both, there’ll be something for everyone.


HKS Younger Members Mid Autumn Festival Reception

Date: Tuesday 22nd September 2015
Time: 6:30pm to 9:30pm
Venue: Tattershall Castle, Victoria Embankment, Whitehall, London, SW1A 2HR
Cost: £20 per person (members) / £25 per person (non-members)

Kick-start your Mid-Autumn Festival celebrations and join fellow Hong Kong Society Younger Members on board Tattershall Castle, a floating paddle steamer restaurant and bar, berthed at Victoria Embankment.

Offering one of the finest views of River Thames and its landmarks, we will venture inside The Lounge, a beautifully wood-panelled room known for its warm and cosy setting with comfy Chesterfields.

A selection of canapés, mooncakes and teas will be served inside the private lounge with shared public access to the main bar and restaurant above deck. Register your interest and book in advance to join us.

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HKS Younger Members Summer Reception

Date: Tuesday 11th August 2015
Venue: Royal Overseas League, Overseas House, Park Place, St James’s St, London, SW1A 1LR
Time: 6.30pm – 9.30pm
Cost:  Free to attend – Drinks and Snacks available to purchase at the cash bar

The next event for our Younger Members will be held at the Royal Overseas League, by kind invitation from HKS Committee Member Jackie Yu Hon Lam and HKS member Nick Berry. This event is free to attend, drinks and snacks can be purchased from the cash bar.

Space is very limited, offered on a first-come-first-served basis, with priority given to members of the Hong Kong Society.

Pre registration is required.

We will be saying farewell to Regina Lui, outgoing chair of the HKS YM committee and welcoming our new chair James Wong.

We hope to see you there!


Working in Hong Kong

A Forum & Reception hosted by Standard Chartered Bank
and organised by
the Hong Kong Society with the Hong Kong Economic & Trade Office, London

Date: Thursday 25th June 2015
Location:Standard Chartered Bank, 1 Basinghall Avenue, London EC2V 5DD
Time: 6.30pm Forum Starts, 7.30pm Networking and Refreshments

This forum is aimed at those who are not citizens of Hong Kong but who are thinking of working there. We are fortunate to feature a special briefing on the revised Immigration and Visa Regulations in HK from a Principal Immigration Officer from the ImmD, Hong Kong. The Director-General of the HKETO in London will also provide an update on the current situation in HK.

The forum will be joined by senior members of the Hong Kong Society, who will talk about what it is like to work in Hong Kong and recruiting expert Hays, who will provide information on the current availability of jobs.

Thanks to our generous host, there will be good opportunities to network over drinks after the formal session.

Speakers
Erica Ng, Director-General, HKETO, London
Wong Hing Wa, Principal Immigration Officer, Immigration Department, Hong Kong
Karen Penlington Luard, Chairman, HKS
Mark Pamplin, Hays
Mark Patterson, HKS Committee Member

 

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Meet the Mentors

We held our very first ‘Meet the Mentors’ Supper on the 5th November. This was the first in a series of the ‘Meet the Mentors’ event, each one focussing on a specific sector. Visit our ‘Meet the Mentors‘ page to read all about it.

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