主持：黄超妮 – 香港绿色金融协会副会长兼秘书长
主持：黄超妮 – 香港绿色金融协会副会长兼秘书长
Ben McQuhae is a founding partner of GPS McQuhae LLP, a Hong Kong-based law firm committed to supporting sustainable businesses and investments. Ben is a graduate of the University of Exeter and The College of Law and is qualified in England and Hong Kong. Ben is an industry leading international transactional lawyer with a passion for green finance, sustainable development projects, energy and innovation.
Ben is a committed and influential figure in green and sustainable finance in Hong Kong, and holds the following positions:
Jane (Yuan) Xu is the Country Manager/Head of Mission for Myanmar and Thailand at the IFC, a member of the World Bank Group. She also served as IFC Country Manager for the Philippines for five years, from March 2015 to June 2020. She has been with IFC since 2006 and worked across industry departments and regions as investment officers before she became IFC country manager for the Philippines in 2015. Jane has won several awards for her achievements on new business transactions and investment portfolio management. She is IFC’s Climate Anchor for East Asia and Pacific region and plays a crucial role in promoting green finance across the region.
Jane has an MBA from Carnegie Mellon University and a bachelor’s degree in Law from the University of International Relations.
Michael Sheren is a Senior Advisor within the Bank of England. In his role, he provides counsel and independent challenge to senior PRA Management on matters concerning, governance, banking supervision and policy as well as research relating to the financial markets. On behalf of the BoE and the UK government, Mr Sheren Co-Chaired the G20 Sustainable Finance Study Group with China. Correspondingly he is actively involved in domestic and international green finance activities including the Infrastructure Working Group within the G20 and the NGFS. Mr Sheren is also actively involved in the Banks fintech and digital finance work in the UK, Europe and Asia. Prior to Joining the Bank, Mr Sheren spent over twenty five years in the debt capital markets where he specialized in the structuring, distribution and trading debt for major global financial institutions in New York and London. Mr Sheren holds master’s degrees from Harvard, The London School of Economics and New York University where he studied finance, economics, philosophy and public policy. He also holds a BA from the George Washington University.
Raghu Narain has over 20 years’ experience in investment banking, corporate finance and economic policy advisory. Currently Head of Investment Banking for Natixis, APAC, he is responsible for delivering M&A, Acquisition Financing, Strategic Equity, and DCM solutions. Prior to Natixis, Mr. Narain was the Head of Sector Advisory and Global Industrials Group at RBS Asia. He has completed over 100 transactions (deal value: US$100+ billion) in M&A and financing deals in US and Asia Pacific. Prior to working in Asia, he was at Bank of America in New York where he was a Director responsible for M&A and capital raising activities for the Global Transportation and Logistics Group. Mr. Narain began his investment banking career with Salomon Smith Barney / Citigroup in New York. He completed his Masters degree from Harvard University. Mr. Narain is a volunteer in the United Nations ESBN task forces to promote economic and social development.
Sean Kidney is the CEO of the Climate Bonds Initiative, an international NGO working to mobilise debt capital markets for climate solutions. Projects include a green bond definitions and certification scheme with $34 trillion of assets represented on its Board and some 50 organisations involved in its development and governance; advising the EU; and working with China’s central bank on how to grow green bonds in China. Sean is also Consultant (Green Bonds) to the United Nations Secretary General.
An accomplished international speaker, Sean has over the past year spoken at conferences and seminars in Toronto, New York, Boston, Washington DC, Paris, Frankfurt, Utrecht, London, Casablanca, Doha, Beijing, Hong Kong and Sydney.
He is also a member of German International Aid Ministry’s TRANSfer Expert Group on “Using Climate Financing to Leverage Sustainable Transport; Mercer’s Sustainability Opportunities Fund Advisory Panel; The Canadian Corporate Knights Capital Advisory Council; Carbon War Room’s Building Efficiency Advisory Board; The Partnership on Sustainable Low Carbon Transport’s (SloCAT) Financing Framework.
Zoë Knight is the Managing Director and Group Head of the HSBC Centre of Sustainable Finance which she set up in 2018. The Centre collaborates with colleagues across HSBC and external partners to produce thought leadership on critical issues to scale up and mobilise capital to address sustainability challenges, particularly climate change.
Since joining HSBC in 2010, Zoë has co-authored reports on low-carbon opportunities in bond and equity markets, as well as long-term carbon and water risks. She has worked in financial markets providing advisory services to a global client base since 1997. Zoë is a Commissioner on the Energy Transition Commission and is a Member of the WEF Global Future Council on Global Public Goods in the Fourth Industrial Revolution. In 2020, she was recognised as one of 275 Global female energy influencers by the Women’s Energy Council.
廖宜建現任滙豐亞太區環球銀行業務主管，負責環球銀行及資本市 場業務的整體客戶關係、區內產品管理，以及第一道防線的風險管 理，包括信貸、聲譽、金融犯罪風險等。自 2016 年 9 月起，他亦 擔任滙豐集團總經理。 在擔任亞太區環球銀行業務主管前，廖先生為滙豐銀行（中國）有 限公司（“滙豐中國”）行長兼行政總裁，同時擔任滙豐中國董事 會執行董事。
廖先生於 1997 年加入滙豐，負責大中華區及新加坡的本地固定收 益業務。他於 2005 年獲委任為滙豐中國地區司庫，全面負責滙豐 在中國內地的環球資本市場業務。2013 年 12 月起，他擔任滙豐中 國環球銀行及資本市場總監，並於 2014 年 3 月起同時擔任滙豐中 國副行長。廖先生於 2015 年 4 月出任滙豐中國行長兼行政總裁。
廖先生為交通銀行非執行董事，及滙豐晉信基金管理有限公司監 事。廖先生亦是中國人民政治協商會議北京市第十三屆委員會委 員，湖北省人民政府省長國際企業家諮詢委員會顧問，以及武漢市 人民政府國際諮詢顧問。
Ricco Zhang is Senior Director, Asia Pacific of the International Capital Market Association (ICMA) based in Hong Kong. Mr. Zhang is responsible for ICMA’s development in Greater China and works very closely with regulators, financial institutions and other organizations who are active at the capital markets in the region to promote and maintain the best market practice. He has previously worked for international law firms, investment banks and other financial institutions engaged in capital market transactions and mergers & acquisitions in Asia and has extensive experience as a market practitioner. Mr. Zhang graduated from the Faculty of Law of the University of Hong Kong.
Ellen focuses on WWF’s Environmental Bond Initiative aiming to promote effective and credible environmental bonds standards in Hong Kong and the region, based on international best practice. As a member of the green bond working group of the Hong Kong Green Finance Association, she also works closely with financial industry leaders to support the HKSAR government’s initiative to encourage more green bond issuances and investments.
Ellen started her career in the banking industry and developed an expertise in fixed income and credits with Hang Seng Bank, BNP Paribas and Pengyuan International, an offshore credit rating agency from China after graduating from the University of Hong Kong majoring in Economics and minor in Spanish.
Mr George HONGCHOY has been appointed Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer of the Manager since February 2009 and May 2010 respectively. He is also one of the responsible officers of the Manager for the purposes of the Securities and Futures Ordinance, a director of The Link Holdings Limited, Link Properties Limited, The Link Finance Limited and a number of subsidiaries of Link.
He is the chairman of the Supervisory Committee of The Tracker Fund of Hong Kong, a trustee of the University of Pennsylvania, an adjunct professor of the Department of Real Estate and Construction of The University of Hong Kong, a member of the Asia-Pacific Advisory Board of International Council of Shopping Centers, a global governing trustee of the Urban Land Institute and an advisor of Our Hong Kong Foundation Limited. He was a member of the Corporate Governance Committee of Charoen Pokphand Group, Thailand from 2016 to 2018.
2006.01至2017.09 先后任中国人民银行上海总部金融稳定部 风险处置处干部；金融稳定评估处干部、助理调研员、副处长；金融风险监测处处长
2017.09至2019.01 深圳市人民政府金融发展服务办公室 党组成员、副主任
甘露穎擁有倫敦政治經濟學院( London School of Economics and Political Science) 社會經濟學碩士學位和中山大學金融學學士學位
Grace Hui is the Head of Green and Sustainable Finance at Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEX) with responsibility for the development of HKEX’s green and sustainable finance programme. From 2013 to April 2020, Ms. Hui was the Chief Operating Officer of HKEX’s Listing Division. Prior to joining HKEX, Ms. Hui was with UBS in various roles including Chief of Staff and Global Chief Operating Officer of UBS Legal & Compliance Department. Ms. Hui is an Honorary Adviser and a member of the Inspection Committee of the Financial Reporting Council; a member of both the Regulatory Oversight Board and the Sustainability Committee of The Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants; and co- chairs the Market Development Work Stream of the Green and Sustainable Finance Cross- Agencies Steering Group established by Hong Kong Monetary Authority and Securities and Futures Commission.
Darryl Chan has been Executive Director (External) since August 2019 with responsibilities for promoting Hong Kong’s international financial centre development, offshore RMB business, and policies at international forums to advance financial stability. He is also Deputy Director of the Infrastructure Financing Facilitation Office. Prior to joining the HKMA in April 2013 as Executive Director (Corporate Services), Mr Chan was an Administrative Officer in the Hong Kong SAR Government and had worked in different policy bureaux and departments on policy formulation and administration.
Mr Chan is a Certified Public Accountant. He is a former President of the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
Before joining the Government, Mr Chan held a number of public service positions including member of the Legislative Council and Chairman of Legal Aid Services Council.
Mr Chan served as Secretary for Development of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government from July 2012 to January 2017. He was appointed Financial Secretary on 16 January, 2017.