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Hong Kong Institute of Bankers (HKIB) Annual Banking Conference 2015(2015-09-25)
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Hong Kong Institute of Bankers (HKIB) Annual Banking Conference 2015
 

Date: 25 September 2015 (Friday)
Time:          9am – 5pm
Venue:      N200 Series (New Wing), Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre
Website: www.plus-concepts.com/hkib2015
Fee: PMI members can register at the HKIB Corporate member rate to attend the event.
  • Full day (including lunch) - $2,900 / $2,600*
  • Hall day - $2,000 / $1,800*
 
*Early bird rate - the early bird discount rate is applicable to registration received before 31st July 2015 and full payment received before 15th August 2015.
 
HKIB CPD / SFC CPT:  Morning session: 3.5 hours and Afternoon session: 3 hours
 
We are in a "New Normal" environment where changes happen faster, have farther reaching impact and are less predictable. More than just economics, this includes technological advancement, regulatory change, customer behavior, competitive landscape etc. Financial institutions must preemptively adopt new business and operating models to cope with these challenges.
 
With the theme "Reshaping Banking For the New Normal", this year’s HKIB Annual Banking Conference will look at how banks can prepare for these challenges and find a new formula to obtain sustainable, resilient growth.  With a main plenary session in the morning and specialized streams in the afternoon, the event is specifically tailored for mid-senior level banking professionals looking for macro views and actionable takeaways. This flagship event will attract over 600 delegates including bankers from Mainland China and Macau.
 
This year's event will continue to look at the most pressing issues of the industry with an interactive program that provides impartial and high-quality content. Please register now to secure a seat.
 
Registration form:  http://www.plus-concepts.com/hkib2015/reg/Registration_Form_PMI.pdf
Enquiries:  (852) 2153 7879 / bankingconference@hkib.org