2023 HKGFA ANNUAL FORUM

Transition to Net Zero: From Ambition to Action

Date
4 October 2023 (Wednesday)
09:00 – 17:30
Venue
Meeting Rooms N100 Series, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, 1 Expo Drive, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
Format
Hybrid-In-Person and Virtual Broadcasting
Language
English & Putonghua (with simultaneous interpretation)

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  • HKICPA members may claim a maximum of 6 CPD hours upon full participation in the event.
  • Law Society members may claim a maximum of 6 CPD hours upon full participation in the event.
  • TMA members may claim a maximum of 5 CPD hours upon full participation in the event.
  • SFC licensed persons are eligible to claim CPT hours based on the member guidelines.

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Full Pass
Early Bird (20% off on or before 11 September 2023)
HKD 960
Standard
HKD 1,200
Member of Supporting Organisation/HKGFA Member Referrals
HKD 840

• Full Day In-person Access
• Networking Lunch (for selected guests only)
• More Networking – Morning and Afternoon Coffee Breaks, Cocktails
• Online Access and Post-event Video Replay

Afternoon Pass
Early Bird (20% off on or before 11 September 2023)
HKD 600
Standard
HKD 750
Member of Supporting Organisation/HKGFA Member Referrals
HKD 525

• Half Day In-person (PM) Access to the Event
• Networking – Afternoon Coffee Break, Cocktails
• Online Access and Post-event Video Replay

Virtual Access Only

For virtual access only without networking, please register here.

Accreditations
  • HKICPA members may claim a maximum of 6 CPD hours upon full participation in the event.
  • TMA members may claim a maximum of 5 CPD hours upon full participation in the event.
  • SFC licensed persons are eligible to claim CPT hours based on the member guidelines.

 

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Hong Kong Green Finance Association (HKGFA) is pleased to announce that the Sixth Annual Forum entitled “Transition to Net Zero: From Ambition to Action” will be held on Wednesday 4th October 2023. We expect over 1,500 in-person and virtual participants, including policymakers, regulators, financial institutions, businesses, and civil society from Hong Kong, Mainland China, Asia, and beyond.

Collective efforts have surged globally across sectors to develop decarbonisation action plans. Hong Kong, with the advantages to become an international GreenTech and Green Fi Centre, has been proactively exploring transition pathways to mitigate climate-related risk, build resilience, and lower emissions.  What are the latest market developments and solutions to overcome challenges and realise transition ambitions?

This year’s Annual forum aims to deepen cross-border multi-lateral dialogue among key stakeholders to catalyse sustainable finance, green technology, and product innovation. We will explore, discuss, and debate how and what collaborative actions are essential in expediting progress towards achieving Net Zero targets in Hong Kong, Mainland China, Asia, and beyond.

Accreditations

HKICPA members may claim a maximum of 6 CPD hours upon full participation in the event.

Law Society members may claim a maximum of 6 CPD hours upon full participation in the event.

TMA members may claim a maximum of 5 CPD hours upon full participation in the event.

SFC licensed persons are eligible to claim CPT hours based on the member guidelines.

Program

Morning Sessions
Afternoon Sessions
8:30 – 9:00
Registration
8:45 – 9:00
Online Log-in
9:00 – 12:35
Morning Sessions
Moderator

Ms. Chaoni Huang

  • Executive Vice President, Hong Kong Green Finance Association (HKGFA)
9:00 – 9:25
Welcome & Opening Remarks

Dr. Ma Jun

  • Chairman and President, HKGFA

The Hon. Mr. Paul Chan Mo-po

  • GBM, GBS, MH, JP, Financial Secretary, The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR)
9:25 – 10:10
Fireside Chat – From Ambition to Action: Hong Kong and Mainland China’s Transition to Net Zero

How is Hong Kong and Mainland China responding to the rapidly changing global policies and regulatory sustainable finance landscape? What measures are Hong Kong and Mainland policymakers and regulators taking to scale up transition financing to accelerate financing opportunities into emerging green technology and sustainable infrastructure?

Moderator

Dr. Ma Jun

  • Chairman and President, HKGFA
Speakers

Mr. Eddie Yue, JP

  • Chief Executive, Hong Kong Monetary Authority

Ms. Julia Leung, SBS, JP

  • Chief Executive Officer, Securities and Futures Commission

Mr. Wong Chuen Fai, JP

  • Commissioner for Climate Change, Environment and Ecology Bureau, The Government of the HKSAR

Mr. WANG Xin

  • Director General, Research Bureau, People’s Bank of China

10:10 – 10:30
Coffee Break/Networking
10:30 – 11:30
Session 1 – Achieving Credible Science-based Transition Pathways

Achieving net zero requires ambitious global stakeholder collaboration and engagement. Standards, market information and science-based targets aligned to sectoral transition pathways are essential in accelerating finance to high carbon emitting sectors. What are the challenges and opportunities for corporates and investors?

Moderator

Mr. Mushtaq Kapasi

  • Managing Director, Chief Representative, Asia-Pacific, International Capital Market Association
Speakers

Ms. Elaine Wu

  • APAC Head of Sustainable Investment Research, BlackRock Investment Institute

Mr. Justin Wu

  • Co-Head of Climate Change Asia Pacific, Global Sustainability, HSBC

Ms. Rong Yu

  • Head of Greater China ESG Solutions, S&P Global Sustainable1

Ms. Sammie Leung

  • Partner, Regional ESG Services, PwC Asia Pacific

Ms. Tracy Wong Harris

  • Managing Director, Head of Sustainable Finance, Asia, Standard Chartered
11:35 – 12:35
Session 2 – The Role of Carbon Price

The climate crisis has in part, been brought on because of the negative externalities of carbon emissions that have never been priced in. Tax and carbon credits are two viable ways to put a price on carbon. What are the latest market developments in enabling carbon pricing in Hong Kong and GBA?

Moderator

Mr. Jonathan Drew

  • Vice President, HKGFA
Speakers

Mr. Chris Leeds

  • Head of Carbon Markets Development, Standard Chartered

Mr. Fei Lau

  • Senior Vice President of Sustainability Strategy, Economics and Strategic Planning Department, Bank of China (Hong Kong) Limited

Mr. Hendrik Rosenthal

  • Director – Group Sustainability, CLP Holdings Limited

Mr. Ken Chiu

  • Head of Carbon and ESG Products, Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited

Mr. Yang Liu

  • General Manager, China Emissions Exchange (Shenzhen) and Secretary General, Green Finance Committee of Financial Society of Shenzhen Special Economic Zone
12:35 – 14:00
Lunch/Networking (By Invitation Only)
14:00 – 17:30
Afternoon Sessions
Moderators

Ms. Tracy Wong Harris

  • Executive Vice President, HKGFA

Ms. Jenny Lee

  • Deputy Secretary General, HKGFA
14:00 – 14:40
Fireside Chat – Realising Hong Kong’s Ambitions as a Regional Greentech Center

The fireside chat will discuss Hong Kong’s latest market, regulatory and product development as a regional Greentech center.

Moderator

Ms. Salina Yan, JP

  • Permanent Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury (Financial Services), Financial Services and the Treasury Bureau, The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR)
Speakers

Mr. Aldous Mak

  • Chief Financial Officer, Hong Kong Science & Technology Parks Corporation

Ms. Alice So

  • Head of Entrepreneurship, Cyberport

Dr. Au King-lun, MH, FHKSI (Hon)

  • Executive Director and Board Member, Financial Services Development Council
14:45 – 14:55
HKGFA Report Update

Common Ground Taxonomy Research Series Phase 3: Operationalizing IPSF Common Ground Taxonomy in the Greater Bay Area

  • Ms. Chaoni Huang, Executive Vice President, HKGFA

Decarbonisation Pathways and How Finance can Help to Accelerate Business to Transition in Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area

  • Ms. Tracy Wong Harris, Executive Vice President, HKGFA
14:55 – 15:15
Coffee/Networking
15:15 – 16:15
Session 3 – Scaling Financial Innovations and Solutions for Transition

The funding required to get to net-zero is substantial. How will they be met, and what are stakeholders doing to meet them? How are financial institutions financing the transition, and what incentives are in place for firms to adopt more sustainable practices without sacrificing economic growth?

Moderator

Ms. Yuki Yasui

  • Managing Director, Asia Pacific Network, Glasgow Financial Alliance for Net Zero (GFANZ)
Speakers

Ms. Alice Suen

  • Head of Sustainable Finance, Commercial Banking, Hong Kong, HSBC

Mr. John Wang

  • Vice President and Senior Analyst, Moody’s Investors Service

Mr. Olivier Ménard

  • Head of Green and Sustainable Hub, Asia Pacific, Natixis Corporate and Investment Banking

Ms. Winnie Fan

  • Managing Director of Sustainable Finance (Corporate Banking) & Deputy General Manager of Global Corporate Banking Department, Bank of China (Hong Kong) Limited
16:20 – 17:20
Session 4 – Advancing Green Tech for a Net-Zero Future

The panel will discuss the latest developments in green tech for achieving net-zero goals. Who are the emerging leaders in this space and how can the private sector be incentivized to finance green tech innovations? Looking beyond climate, what can we expect and how can we prepare for the future standards of biodiversity?

Moderator

Mr. Ben McQuhae

  • Vice President, HKGFA
Speakers

Mr. Anastasios Zavitsanakis

  • Co-Head of APAC Sustainable Finance Office, UBS

Mr. Jacob Wienberg Sorensen

  • Director, Partner Funds Division, Climate Change and Sustainable Development Department, Asian Development Bank

Mr. Jason Tu

  • Founder & CEO, MioTech

Mr. Philip Ng

  • Vice Chairman of the Green Development Institute and General Manager of the Green Technology Center

Ms. Poman Lo

  • Vice Chairman, Century City International Holdings Limited; Vice Chairman and Managing Director, Regal Hotels Group
17:25
Closing Remarks

Dr. Ma Jun

  • Chairman and President, HKGFA

Biographies

All Speakers
Morning Session
Welcome and Opening Remarks
Morning Fireside Chat
Report and Progress Update
Session 1
Session 2
Afternoon Session
Afternoon Fireside Chat
Session 3
Session 4
Session 5
Keynote Address
Report Release
Closing Remarks
Aldous Mak

Chief Financial Officer

Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation

Mr. Aldous Mak is a seasoned finance and accounting professional with more than 25 years’ experience in financial planning, controllership, risk management, corporate advisory, business operations and financial system integration. He joined HKSTP as Chief Financial Officer in May 2019 to oversee long term strategic development planning, Finance, IT, Controllership, Strategic Sourcing and Procurement, Venture Capital Fund as well as providing advice on corporate development and business decisions. He is also leading on-going efforts within the Corporation to drive efficiency to maximise the business results.

Aldous obtained his Bachelor and Master degrees in Business Administration from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. He began his career as an Accountant at PricewaterhouseCoopers in Hong Kong. Prior to joining HKSTP, he held various management roles, including Director of Finance, at Hong Kong Disneyland. He is a Fellow Certified Public Accountant with the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants and a Fellow member of The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants.

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Alice So

Head of Entrepreneurship

Cyberport

As a passionate, strategic and result-driven leader with international exposure, Alice has been dedicated to provide supports to Hong Kong start-ups for more than a decade. Currently as the Head of Entrepreneurship, Alice leads the Entrepreneurship Team to nurture digital tech talents and startups at different life stages to accelerate in the industry worldwide, through the Cyberport Creative Micro Fund and the Cyberport Incubation Programme with financial support and professional services. She also drives the integration of traditional and new economies through adopting more innovative solutions as well as strengthens the collaboration of different stakeholders to foster the development of local industries and the economy. She strongly believes in the significance of developing entrepreneurial mindset of the next generations.

Alice holds a Degree in Public and Social Administration and a Master in Engineering Business Management. Alice has been in the judging and assessment panels for signature technology awards and innovation funding schemes including the Hong Kong ICT Award, the Jumpstarter of Alibaba Entrepreneurs Fund and the TSSSU fundings of universities, etc.  Currently Alice is a Council Member of the Hong Kong Computer Society, a Honorary Board Member of Hong Kong Medical & Healthcare Device Industries, a member of the Design Discipline Advisory Board of Hong Kong Design Institute and a Project Management Professional (PMP).

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Alice Suen

Head of Sustainable Finance, Commercial Banking, Hong Kong

HSBC

Alice Suen is currently Head of Sustainable Finance, Commercial Banking, Hong Kong, HSBC. She is responsible for driving the ESG agenda among the Bank’s business customers, including developing fit-for-purpose products and proposition, enhancing business customer’s awareness and understanding towards ESG, supporting clients in the development of sustainability and transition strategies, and assisting them in disclosure to gain better access to financial markets. 

Having worked in the financial services industry for almost 20 years, Ms Suen has a wealth of experience across frontline relationship management, business strategy, and people management. She has a dedicated focus on Greater China Business, and she has previously worked in Shanghai and the Greater Bay Area.  

Outside of her professional career, Ms Suen is an enthusiast in ESG-related volunteering activities. She has also run full marathons for charity and completed a trek in Indian Himalayas to raise fund for social and environmental causes. She is now a mentor in HKSAR’s Strive and Rise Mentoring Programme supporting junior secondary students from under-privileged family. 

Ms Suen graduated from University of Toronto, Rotman School of Management, with a Bachelor Degree in Commerce.

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Anastasios Zavitsanakis

Co-Head of APAC Sustainable Finance Office

UBS

Tasos, is the Co-Head of the APAC Sustainable Finance Office whose objective is to enable business divisions in building ESG capabilities and support UBS clients ESG/SI agenda.  Tasos leads UBS’s global Carbon working group and is responsible for client engagements in transition and decarbonisation, he has represented UBS in the Taskforce for Voluntary Carbon Offset Markets and developing the Carbonplace infrastructure. Tasos holds certificates in CFA ESG Investing, Sustainability and Climate Risk from GARP and Circular Economy from Cambridge and is a Certified Al Gore Climate Reality Leader speaker.

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Ben McQuhae

CURRENT PROFESSIONAL STATUS

  • Founder, Ben McQuhae & Co (www.bmcquhae.com), a Hong Kong-based corporate and commercial law firm for sustainability and innovation that has been described as the only true ESG law firm on the planet and Winner of the INSEAD Business as a Force for Good Award 2021. Ben is an industry leading corporate and commercial lawyer, a recognized leader in sustainable finance and green fintech, and a pioneer in carbon markets and decarbonization 
  • Qualified as a solicitor in England & Wales (1999) and Hong Kong (2003)

LEADERSHIP POSITIONS

  • Co-Founder, Executive Committee Member and Special Advisor to the Chairman, Hong Kong Green Finance Association (www.hkgreenfinance.org)
  • Hong Kong representative, United Nations network of international Financial Centres for Sustainability (www.fc4s.org)
  • Lead, APFF/SFDN Carbon Markets Workstream to develop policy recommendations for APEC finance ministers
  • Member, Hong Kong Financial Services Development Council (FSDC) Working Group on Carbon Market Opportunities
  • Advisory Panel Member and contributor, BIS Innovation Hub & Hong Kong Monetary Authority “Project Genesis”, A vision for technology-driven green finance
  • Advisory Panel Member, BIS Innovation Hub & Hong Kong Monetary Authority “Project Genesis 2”, mitigation outcome securities
  • Project Coordinator, The Greater Bay Area Green Finance Alliance
  • Founder, Angel Attorneys
  • Board member, The Alliance for Sustainable Schools
  • Founder and Co-chair, Hong Kong Green Finance Task Force (2017-2018)

PREVIOUS PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS

  • 2018 – 2021: Founding Partner, GPS McQuhae LLP, Hong Kong 
  • 2010 – 2018: Partner, Jones Day, Hong Kong
  • 2004 – 2010: Partner, Fulbright & Jaworski LLP, Hong Kong (now part of Norton Rose Fulbright)
  • 2000 – 2004: Denton Wilde Sapte, London and from 2001 Hong Kong (now Dentons)

PROFESSIONAL HONOURS & DISTINCTIONS

  • Winner of the INSEAD Business as a Force for Good Award 2021
  • Chambers Asia — ranked Band 1 (2012-2018)
  • Legal 500 – leading individual (2009-2018)
  • Who’s Who Legal: Expert (2012-2018)
  • IFLR1000 — leading lawyer 
  • Expert Guides — The World’s Leading Lawyers — leading practitioner (2011-2018)

EDUCATION

  • Postgraduate Diploma in Legal Practice – The College of Law, England
  • LLB Hons – Exeter University, England
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Chaoni Huang

Managing Director, Head of Sustainable Capital Markets APAC

BNP Paribas

As Head of Sustainable Capital Markets Asia Pacific, Chaoni leads BNP Paribas’s sustainable finance solutions across asset classes for corporates, financial institutions and investors. Leading a growing Sustainable Capital Markets team and working with Global Markets, Capital Markets Group and coverage teams in Asia Pacific and the Banks’s global sustainable finance community, Chaoni drives BNP Paribas’s continued expansion and leadership in Asian sustainable capital markets.

Chaoni is an industry veteran with over 15 years of experience in sustainable finance having held various ESG-related roles at Natixis, S&P Trucost, MSCI and the United Nations. In addition to her role at BNP Paribas, Chaoni is also highly involved in the forwarding Asia’s ESG agenda through driving the development of sustainable finance ecosystems, education and advocacy in the region. She is Vice President and Secretary General of the Hong Kong Green Finance Association and was a guest researcher at both the Green Finance Center at Tsinghua University and the China Economy and Sustainable Development Centre at the Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business.

Chaoni received her Bachelor of Economics from the University of Warwick.

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Chris Leeds

Head of Carbon Markets Development

Standard Chartered

Chris is the Head of Carbon Markets Development at Standard Chartered, building the bank’s environmental trading and financing business and growing its profile as a global leader in sustainable finance. This involves advising clients, supporting trade bodies, originating carbon related transactions and building the trading infrastructure. He supported SCB’s Group CEO, Bill Winters, in his role as Chair of the Taskforce for Scaling the Voluntary Carbon Markets (TSVCM) and is now a board member of the Integrity Council for the Voluntary Carbon Markets (IC-VCM). He is also a board member of Carbonplace, a global carbon credit trading network, and a member of the Climate Impact X (CIX) Advisory Forum. Chris has been appointed as one of the leads for the Energy Transition Accelerator (ETA), a joint initiative between the U.S. Department of State, the Rockefeller Foundation and the Bezos Earth Fund to catalyse private capital to accelerate the transition from fossil fuel to clean power in developing countries.

Chris’ experience in the commodity markets spans over 30 years in origination, sales and trading. At Standard Chartered, he built the Bank’s energy risk management platform, originating deals with state-owned and merchant refiners, oil producers, airlines, utilities and shipping companies. Previously Chris was with Barclays where he was Global Head of Environmental Markets Sales and before that at Merrill Lynch where he traded power, gas and set up their carbon emissions trading desk. He was a founder member of the Carbon Markets and Investors Association (CMIA) and was the Chairman of Power Trading Forum a division of the Futures and Options Association (FOA). He also worked as a base metals trader for a number of years before moving to energy. Chris has a strong understanding of commodity deal structuring, trade finance and managing price risk.

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Dr. Au King-lun, MH, FHKSI (Hon)

Executive Director, Board Member

Financial Services Development Council

Dr Au is Executive Director of Financial Services Development Council (FSDC). Prior to
joining the FSDC, he was President of Value Partners Group Limited. Dr Au also served
as CEO of Eastspring Investments (Hong Kong) Limited and CEO of BOCHK Asset
Management Limited. He also held various senior management positions at other financial
institutions including Baring, GMO and HSBC Global Asset Management.

Dr Au was named CEO of the Year in Hong Kong by Asia Asset Management in 2012
and 2014. He was awarded the Medal of Honor by the HKSAR Government in 2008 for
his valuable contributions to the securities and asset management industry. He was also
the Chairman of the Hong Kong Securities and Investment Institute (HKSI) from 2006 to
2008 and the Chairman of the Hong Kong Investment Funds Association in 2004/2005.

Dr Au is currently serving as a Council member of the Hong Kong Institute of Chartered
Public Accountants, an Index Advisory Committee member of China Securities Index Co.,
Limited and an Adjunct Professor at the University of Hong Kong among other public
services.

Dr Au is a CFA Charterholder and a Honorary Fellow of HKSI. He received his BA in
Physics from the University of Oxford and PhD in Theoretical Particle Physics from the
University of Durham.

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Dr. Ma Jun

Chairman and President

Hong Kong Green Finance Association

Dr. Ma serves as the Chairman of the Green Finance Committee of the China Society for Finance and Banking. He also holds the positions of Chairman and President of the Hong Kong Green Finance Association, as well as President of the Institute of Finance and Sustainability. Furthermore, Dr. Ma serves as the Co-Chair of the Steering Committee of the Green Investment Principles for the Belt & Road, and as Co-Chair of the IPSF Working Group of Taxonomy.

In the past, Dr. Ma held notable positions such as the former Co-Chair of the G20 Sustainable Finance Working Group, Member of the Monetary Committee of the People’s Bank of China from 2018 to 2020, Chief Economist at the PBOC, and Director of the Center for Finance and Development at PBC School of Tsinghua University. He also had 13 years of experience at Deutsche Bank, where he held the roles of Managing Director, Chief Economist, and Investment Strategist for Greater China. Additionally, he worked as a senior economist and economist at the World Bank and the IMF from 1992 to 2000.

Dr. Ma is renowned as a leading advocate and practitioner of green and sustainable finance in China and globally. He played a leading role in the development of China’s green finance guidelines and green bond standards, along with contributing to various international sustainable finance standards and guidance. He received numerous awards for his achievements in promoting green finance, ESG and sustainability.

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Eddie Yue

Chief Executive

Hong Kong Monetary Authority

Mr Eddie Yue was appointed Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) from 1 October 2019.  He began his career as an Administrative Officer in the Hong Kong Government in 1986.  He joined the HKMA upon its establishment in 1993 and was promoted to Division Head a year later.  He was appointed Executive Director in 2001 and subsequently Deputy Chief Executive in 2007 before taking up his current position.

Mr Yue has participated in numerous areas of the HKMA’s work.  During his tenure as Deputy Chief Executive, he steered major policies and initiatives relating to reserves management, research, external affairs and market development.  Mr Yue was also actively involved in tackling major financial crises and played an instrumental role in enhancing the Linked Exchange Rate System.

Mr Yue was educated at the Chinese University of Hong Kong and the Harvard Business School.

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Elaine Wu

APAC Head of Sustainable Investment Research

BlackRock Investment Institute

Elaine Wu, Managing Director, is the APAC Head of Sustainable Investment Research at BlackRock Investment Institute. Her team oversees sustainability research for the region and publishes research for internal and external investors. She has more than 14 years of experience in equity research spanning across Asia power, gas and water utilities, as well as renewable and nuclear power. Most recently, she was the Head of Asia ex-Japan ESG and Utilities Equity Research at J.P. Morgan and was the first to spearhead Asia ESG research for the firm. Prior to that, Elaine worked at Nomura and Lehman Brothers.

Elaine’s research has been recognized by several industry surveys. She achieved First Place ESG Analyst ranking in the Institutional Investor All-Asia Research Poll (2021 & 2022). Her team ranked first in ESG Research and third in Power Research of that survey. Elaine has also been recognized in rankings from Greenwich and Thomson Reuters Asia Analyst Awards. Elaine authored “Financing Mechanisms for Water Treatment Projects in China,” a chapter within Financing Investment in Water Security (Elsevier, 2022). She was a journalist in the U.S. and Hong Kong before joining the financial industry. Elaine holds double MBA degrees from The University of Texas at Austin and The Chinese University of Hong Kong.

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Fei Lau

Senior Vice President of Sustainability Strategy, Economics and Strategic Planning Department, Bank of China (Hong Kong) Limited

Mr. Fei Lau is the SVP of Sustainability Strategy at Bank of China (Hong Kong). He is responsible for coordinating formulation of the sustainability strategy of the Bank, pushing forward key sustainable projects and researching on cutting-edge sustainability topics, such as green washing risk management, green fintech, carbon neutrality planning, etc. Mr. Lau has on-hand experience in strategic planning for banks for years and have served in public organisations in Hong Kong such as the Hong Kong Monetary Authority, and has in-depth knowledge on financial industry.

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Hendrik Rosenthal

Director – Group Sustainability

CLP Holdings Limited

Hendrik is responsible for the Group’s sustainability-related strategy, reporting and communications. He supports the senior management in sustainability and climate change-related risk management and advises on sustainability matters of the Group’s power business in the Asia-Pacific region.

With more than 20 years of experience in sustainability and environmental management across the public, private and NGO sectors, Hendrik previously led research and consulting projects in Canada, Hong Kong and Singapore.

Hendrik currently sits on a number of committees on sustainability-related matters, including as Director of the International Emissions Trading Association (IETA), Co-Chair of the Sustainability Committee for the Australian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong, and an advisory panel member for the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants (HKICPA), amongst others.

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Jacob Wienberg Sorensen

Director, Partner Funds Division, Climate Change and Sustainable Development Department

Asian Development Bank

Jacob Wienberg Sondervang Sorensen is the Director of the Partner Funds Division of Climate Change and Sustainable Development Department of ADB. He assumed office in April 2019. Mr. Wienberg Sorensen also leads the establishment of ADB’s The Innovative Finance Facility for Climate in Asia and the Pacific (IF-CAP).

Mr. Wienberg Sorensen is responsible for a group of multisector trust funds, administration of project-specific cofinancing, and management of bank-wide systems and data on financing partnership.

Previously, Mr. Wienberg Sorensen was Director of Office of Cofinancing, overseeing resource mobilization relationship management, and cofinancing processing and administration. He has been Senior Advisor to the Vice President (Private Sector Cofinancing Operations), providing strategic advice on policies and business processes, assisting the Vice President on operational analysis and organizational matters related to private sector and cofinancing operations. He has also worked in ADB’s Office of the Auditor General.

Mr. Wienberg Sorensen has over 21 years of experience in investment banking and in development banks. Prior to joining ADB, he was Chief Operating Officer for Societe Generale’s Fixed Income, Currencies, and Commodities business in Australia. Mr. Wienberg Sorensen held roles as Regional Audit Director and Local Head of Audit for Societe Generale, Australia, and WestLB, Tokyo.

Mr. Wienberg Sorensen, a national of Denmark, holds a M.Sc. in International Business from University of London, United Kingdom, and a B.Sc. in Commercial Law and Business Administration from the Copenhagen Business School, Denmark.

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Jason Tu

Founder & CEO

MioTech

Jason Tu is the Founder and CEO of MioTech. Jason is a technology and sustainability expert. He, representing MioTech, is a member of the Hong Kong Green Finance Association and the Director of the Alliance of Carbon Emissions Trading in China. Jason has been invited to speak at world-renowned conferences such as at IOSCO and at UNEP FI to address the role of technology in the global sustainability push. Prior to founding MioTech, Jason held different positions in Standard Chartered Bank, WeLab, and Robinhood. He holds an MBA from Stanford University.

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Jenny Lee

Deputy Secretary General

Hong Kong Green Finance Association (HKGFA)

Jenny is the Deputy Secretary General for Hong Kong Green Finance Association (HKGFA), primarily responsible for driving green and sustainable finance initiatives across its five working groups, leading private and public sector, regulator, and government stakeholder engagement to enhance Hong Kong’s position as a leading sustainable finance center. Jenny contributes to the Centre for Green and Sustainable Finance capacity building and data analytics workstreams, and co-created the HKGFA – HKUST Certificate in Sustainable Finance. Jenny has over two decades of experience in global investment banking and consulting, primarily in equity derivatives, prime brokerage, equity financing and new business development at Goldman Sachs, Credit Suisse and JPMorgan, and has lived in London, New York, Tokyo and Hong Kong.

Jenny left a career in banking to pursue her desire to make a positive impact, shifting the focus of her business and finance experience into sustainability. She is a life-long learner and passionate about creating a green and sustainable ecosystem, inclusive of finance, ESG and technology. She co-founded Development Finance Asia and is certified in CFA ESG Investing.

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John Wang

Vice President and Senior Analyst

Moody’s Investors Service

John Wang is a Vice President and Senior Analyst for Moody’s ESG, based in Singapore.

In his role, John is involved in integrating ESG into Moody’s credit rating research and is the point person for Moody’s ESG outreach in the Asia-Pacific region. He is also responsible for publishing thematic and issuer-specific research on ESG risks relevant to credit analysis.

Prior to joining Moody’s, John was CEO of Visiondom ESG, an independent ESG consultancy in China, which helped institutional investors integrate ESG into their investment process. He also worked as an ESG specialist with Fidelity International’s Asia Stewardship and Sustainable Investing team, focusing on the Greater China and Oceania markets for five years. At Fidelity, he was closely involved in promoting ESG best practices in Asia and ESG integration, and had a special focus on corporate governance and carbon trading.

John holds a Bachelor of Science in Economics from Singapore Management University and is a CFA Charterholder.

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Jonathan Drew

Head of Global Banking Sustainability, Asia-Pacific

HSBC

Jonathan graduated with an MA in Economics from Cambridge University in England and is also qualified as a Chartered Accountant.  Jonathan started his banking career more than 30 years ago in London and has worked in a diverse range of markets including Latin America and the Middle East has been based in Hong Kong since 1997 witnessing first-hand the rapid growth of Asia.  During this time, he has been involved successful advisory and financing transactions across a wide range of industrial and services sectors including energy, manufacturing, transportation, infrastructure and financial services, with a focus on resource efficiency and sustainability. These transactions have involved supporting projects, corporates and institutions to approach various financial markets and structuring innovative and tailored solutions to meet the often large and always specific needs of clients. Over the last 8 years Jonathan has led HSBC’s efforts in Sustainable Finance in Asia, assisting clients in the development of sustainability and transition strategies and communicating these to ensure best access to financial markets.  Jonathan has also been active in broader market development including driving awareness and engagement on the urgency of the need to transition and the development of robust financial products to support the implementation of the transition to a sustainable and resilient future.  Jonathan is a member of the Executive Committee of the Hong Kong Green Finance Association and is also the founding chair of the Asia Pacific Loan Market Association Green and Sustainable Loan Committee.

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Julia Leung

Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

The Securities and Futures Commission (SFC)

Ms Julia Leung has been Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) since 1 January 2023.

Ms Leung joined the SFC in March 2015 as Executive Director of the Investment Products Division. She became Executive Director of the Intermediaries Division in June 2016 and took on the additional capacity of Deputy CEO in March 2018.

In more than 25 years of public service, Ms Leung has extensive experience in financial regulation, market development and international cooperation. Prior to joining the SFC, Ms Leung was the Under Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury from August 2008 to December 2013. Before that, she served at the Hong Kong Monetary Authority for 14 years, spending the last eight years as the Executive Director responsible for financial cooperation with Mainland and other international regulators. 

Ms Leung graduated from The Chinese University of Hong Kong and earned a master’s degree from Columbia University in the City of New York. In 2014, she authored a book on how Asia has surmounted various financial crises.

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Justin Wu

Co-Head of Climate Change Asia Pacific, Global Sustainability

HSBC

Justin Wu is the Regional Head of Climate Change Asia Pacific at HSBC, where he oversees the development, evolution and implementation of the Group’s climate ambition across the region. He is the senior expert and ambassador for HSBC on climate change in the Asian context, leading on engagement with the bank’s clients, regulators and other stakeholders across the region.

Previously, Justin was the Head of Asia-Pacific for BloombergNEF, a research group within Bloomberg LP covering climate change and the energy transition. He is a recognized thought leader on decarbonization and sustainability in Asia, and has worked with governments, finance, energy and technology companies on their business strategies in a net-zero world. He has over 20 years of professional experience building businesses and managing large and diverse teams across the region. Justin holds a MS in Politics from the University of London and a BS in International Politics and Economics from Georgetown University.

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Ken Chiu

Head of Carbon and ESG Products

Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited

Ken Chiu serves as Head of Carbon & ESG Products at HKEX since 2022, responsible
for fostering the Carbon & ESG product businesses for the exchange. He recently has
led the team to successfully establish and launch the first brand new voluntary carbon
marketplace at HKEX.

Mr Chiu has more than 15 years of experience in the industry. He has worked in various
functional areas including structuring and marketing positions in global markets of
investment banks in both Hong Kong SAR and Mainland China. He has also been
actively engaging in RMB internationalisation and cross-border business activities since
2009.

Mr Chiu joined HKEX in 2018. Prior to his current role, Mr. Chiu was Senior Vice
President of Fixed Income and Currency (FIC) Development responsible for FIC
derivative and bond listing businesses at HKEX. He holds an MSc in Mathematics for
Finance and Actuarial Science from the Université Paris-Dauphine and a BBA in
Finance from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.

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Mushtaq Kapasi

Managing Director and Chief Representative, Asia Pacific

International Capital Market Association (ICMA)

Mushtaq Kapasi leads ICMA’s work in the Asia-Pacific region. He has been based in Hong Kong since 2002, engaged in senior strategy, capital market and legal roles covering the region at international banks active in Asia. He has worked as a lawyer in debt capital markets and derivatives, a structurer in equities and fixed income, a manager of complex trades with regulatory and accounting considerations, and an adviser to top executives on emerging market strategy. He has also designed financial structures of renewable energy projects in frontier markets. He studied mathematics at the University of Texas and law at Yale University.

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Olivier Ménard

Head of the Green & Sustainable Hub, Asia Pacific

Natixis Corporate and Investment Banking

Olivier Ménard is the Head of the Green & Sustainable Hub, Asia Pacific, at Natixis Corporate and Investment Banking.

Olivier joined the Green and Sustainable Hub as senior cross-asset originator for Asia Pacific (based in Paris) in October 2020. He has more
than 20 years’ experience in advising & financing clients in the Energy & Metals commodity sectors across EMEA and Asia Pacific.

Olivier initially joined Natixis in 2001, in corporate banking with the Shanghai branch. In 2004, he joined the Energy & Natural Resources
franchise, working in both Paris and Hong Kong, where he specialized in commodity structured & trade finance. Most recently, Olivier was a senior
banker in Paris, advising and financing large commodity trading houses in the Energy & Metals sectors.

Olivier holds a Master’s degree in Management, majoring in Corporate Finance from Neoma Business School.

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Paul Chan Mo-po

Financial Secretary

The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government

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 from July 2012 to January 2017. He has been Financial Secretary since 2017.

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Philip Ng

Vice Chairman

Green Development Institute;

General Manager

Green Technology Center

Philip is the Vice Chairman of the Green Development Institute and General Manager of the Green Technology Center has nearly 30 years of experience in strategic planning, enterprise growth advisory (from seed to speed, from speed to scale), technology sub-verticals ecosystem building, enterprise risk and governance, large project management, information system design & implementation, and business process optimization. Philip is a member of the Green Technology and Finance Development Committee of the Hong Kong SAR Government, chairperson of the Green Technology Working Group of the Greater Bay Area Green Finance Alliance, expert member of IPSF CGT TEG and committee member of Carbon Inclusion Commission of All-China Environment Federation(ACEF). Philip also serves as independent non-executive directors of Bank of China International Limited and Aquila Acquisition Corp. (the first SPAC listed company in Hong Kong).

Philip was the Lead Partner and Head of Technology Sector for KPMG in China, where he served as the Lead/Core Partner establishing the “Future 50” technology ecosystem for various sub-verticals, including AutoTech, RetailTech, FinTech, BioTech and Chipset. Philip led the team in establishing an online + offline OMO service model for high-growth technology companies, and developed a technology enterprise ecosystem APP, connecting startups, corporates, investors, research institutes and government bodies.

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Poman Lo

Vice Chairman

Century City International Holdings Limited;

Vice Chairman and Managing Director

Regal Hotels Group

Ms. Poman Lo is the Vice Chairman of Century City International Holdings Limited and Vice Chairman and Managing Director of Regal Hotels Group. Century City Group comprises a total of five listed entities in Hong Kong, including Century City International Holdings Limited (investment holding), Paliburg Holdings Limited (property development and investment), Regal Hotels International Holdings Limited (hotel operation and management), Regal Real Estate Investment Trust (first hotel REIT in Hong Kong), and Cosmopolitan International Holdings Limited (China real estate and investments). Founded in 1979, Regal Hotels is one of the largest hotel operators headquartered in Hong Kong operating over 8,000 rooms and 60 restaurants and bars across Hong Kong, mainland China, the United Kingdom, Spain and Portugal.

Poman is the Founding Managing Partner of AlphaTrio Capital, an Asia-focused sustainable technology fund empowering the next wave of green tech unicorns to provide disruptive solutions for the world’s most pressing environmental challenges.

Poman serves as an Adjunct Professor teaching sustainable business management and impact investing at The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and The University of Hong Kong. She founded the non-profit Institute of Sustainability and Technology with a mission to nurture the next generation of ESG talent through executive education and advance the sustainability agenda through interdisciplinary research and international conferences. To foster holistic well-being and positive values in children and youths, Poman established Bodhi Love Foundation to provide mindfulness-based training to educators and parents through its SEED (social emotional ethical development) program.

Poman has been officially appointed as Member of Chief Executive’s Policy Unit Expert Group, Member of the Green Technology and Finance Development Committee, Member of the Curriculum Development Council Standing Committee on Values Education, Council Member of Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and also serves as the Honorary President of Hong Kong Federation of Women. As a global champion of sustainable development, Poman takes an active leadership role at the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP). She was appointed Co-Chair of the ESBN Finance Task Force and member of the Executive Committee of ESBN, and serves as Chair of the Asia Pacific Business Forum Organizing Committee and Chair of Green Deal Committee.

Poman was awarded the Angier B. Duke Scholarship at 15 and graduated summa cum laude with a BA in Psychology from Duke University at 19. She is the only person in Hong Kong history to receive both the “Outstanding Young Person of the World Award” and the “Hong Kong Outstanding Students Award”. She is also the first and only female Asian recipient of the “Oslo Business for Peace Award” by the Business for Peace Foundation in Norway, selected by an independent committee of Nobel Prize Laureates in Peace and Economics.

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Rong Yu

Head of Greater China ESG Solutions

S&P Global Sustainable1

Rong leads environmental, social and governance (ESG) business development in China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan for S&P Global Sustainable1. She works with investors and companies to consult on industry trends, assess their ESG performance and advise on the integration of tools that help manage ESG exposures and opportunities.

Prior to joining S&P Global, Rong was a Senior Manager in PwC’s Strategy Consulting practice advising institutional investors and leading corporations across the US, UK, Europe and Asia. She specializes in sustainable investment, ESG integration and deal value creation strategies covering active and passive investing across all major asset classes and investment vehicles. Rong previously worked at PwC’s New York and London offices before relocating to Hong Kong. Prior to PwC, She worked at the World Bank Group and the United Nations Development Programmein Geneva, Switzerland.

Rong received a Master of Public Administration from Cornell University in Ithaca New York. She speaks English, Mandarin, Cantonese, and French.

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Salina Yan

Permanent Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury (Financial Services), Financial Services and the Treasury Bureau

The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR)

Ms Salina Yan is the Permanent Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury (Financial Services) of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government.  She leads the Financial Services Branch of the Financial Services and the Treasury Bureau on policy work for developing Hong Kong’s capital market and financial services sector in furthering Hong Kong’s status as an international financial centre.  In that position, she deals with policy and legislative matters relating to the securities and futures markets, asset management, banking, insurance, mandatory provident funds, green finance and FinTech.

Ms Yan was Director-General of Trade and Industry between 2016 and mid-2020 when she headed the Trade and Industry Department in implementing trade and industry policies, reaching trade agreements with other economies, participating in regional and multi-lateral trade fora, and supporting Hong Kong’s small and medium enterprises.  From 2006 to 2009, she was Deputy Representative of the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office based in Geneva which represents Hong Kong, China as a member of the World Trade Organisation.

Ms Yan graduated from the University of Hong Kong with a Bachelor of Arts Degree and was awarded a Master of Science in Management from Stanford University Graduate School of Business.

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Sammie Leung

Partner, Regional ESG Services

PwC Asia Pacific

Sammie Leung is the PwC’s regional subject matter expert of ESG and climate services covering markets include Hong Kong, Mainland China, Singapore and Taiwan. Sammie is the founding member of the Hong Kong and Mainland China team of 600+ ESG professionals where the PwC ESG practice categorises the key services into four key areas: Sustainable Finance, Responsible Investment, Climate Change and Sustainable Value Chains.

Sammie assists clients in setting science-based target, decarbonisation strategy design and implementation. Sammie also works closely with clients in their TCFD adoption journey, which include identify, assess, quantify, manage, and disclose climate-relating risks and opportunities.

In addition to advising 100+ companies in ESG disclosures, Sammie has in-depth understanding with how the financial services sector integrate ESG and climate-related factors as their risk assessment and investment processes.

Sammie is the partner in charge of developing PwC’s proprietary digital assets include the PwC’s ESG Reporting Tool and Climate-relating risks assessment Tool (enabled science-model scenario analysis / NGFS framework).

In addition to client serving, Sammie serves the wider community  through active participation of knowledge sharing event and the following capacity:

  • Sustainability & Climate Taskforce of the Hong Kong Financial Reporting Council
  • ESG Working Group of the Hong Kong Securities Institute
  • Green Finance expert, Academy of Finance
  • ESG Working Group and Policy Working Group of the Hong Kong Green Finance Association
  • Audit Committee member of Tung Wah College
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Tracy Wong Harris

Managing Director, Head of Sustainable Finance Asia

Standard Chartered

Tracy Wong Harris is the Head of Sustainable Finance for Asia at Standard Chartered Bank, focusing on the Bank’s sustainable finance strategy, by developing new products and solutions, further incorporating ESG considerations into banking decisions, and identifying sustainable finance opportunities for clients. Tracy is also the Vice President and Deputy Secretary General of Hong Kong Green Finance Association (HKGFA), an appointed Policy Research Committee member of Financial Services Development Council (FSDC) and Senior Advisor to the Green Building Project of HK2050isNow.

Prior to joining Standard Chartered, Tracy had been driving the green and sustainable finance development in Hong Kong and had over 20 years of financial markets experiences across various fixed income and complex structured products in JPMorgan, Mizuho International, Barclays Capital and BNP Paribas based in London and Hong Kong.

Tracy received her MSc and BA in International Finance and Capital Markets in the United Kingdom and graduated from the Oxford Said Business School in Social Finance Program.

Former appointed member of the Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) Climate Change Technical Expert Group (TEG), served as Board member of AIDS Concern, Hong Kong LGBT+ Interbank, and founder of the JPM PRIDE HK network.

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Wang Xin

Director General, Research Bureau, People’s Bank of China

Wang Xin is currently the Director General of Research Bureau of People’s Bank of China,Co-chair of the G20 Sustainable Finance Working Group. He worked in various financial regulatory authorities. He served as a Director of General Affairs Department (Policy and Regulation Department) at State Administration of Foreign Exchange, Deputy Director General of the Financial Research Institute, Head of the PBC Representative Office in Frankfurt, Deputy Director General of the Research Bureau, President of the PBC Nanchang Provincial Branch, Director General of the Currency, Gold and Silver Bureau and Director of the State Council’s Joint Conference on Combating Currency Counterfeit. His research focuses on Green Finance, International Economics and Finance, Financial System Reform, Fintech, and Social Security. One of his paper was honored with Sun Yefang Best Economics Paper Award. Dozens of his academic papers and articles have been published in top domestic and foreign journals, such as Journal of International Political Economy, China and World Economy, Journal of Financial Research.

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Winnie Fan

Managing Director of Sustainable Finance (Corporate Banking) & Deputy General Manager of Global Corporate Banking Department, Bank of China (Hong Kong) Limited

Winnie Fan is Managing Director of Sustainable Finance and Deputy General Manager of Global Corporate Banking at Bank of China (Hong Kong). Winnie has been with Bank of China HK for over 25 years and has extensive banking experience in corporate banking, retail banking, trade bills, mainland branches and cross border business management etc. In her current position, Winnie is responsible for managing the financing and banking services for large-sized corporate clients. Her role is also to initiate and drive the green and sustainable finance business in corporate banking. Winnie represents Bank of China HK in joining the Banking-Financing The Transition Working Group of Hong Kong Green Finance Association, Green Commercial Banking Committee of Hong Kong Association of Banks, and Green Financial Standards Mutual Recognition working group of Greater Bay Area Green Finance Alliance.

Winnie received her Bachelor degree in Economics and Statistics from the University of Hong Kong, Master degree in Finance from City University of Hong Kong and Executive Master degree in Business Administration from Chinese University of Hong Kong.

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Wong Chuen Fai

Commissioner for Climate Change, Environment and Ecology Bureau

The Government of the HKSAR

Mr. CF Wong is currently the Commissioner for Climate Change in the Environment and Ecology Bureau of HKSARG. He was an Assistant Director of the Environmental Protection Department (EPD) before joining the Bureau. Throughout his service with EPD, Mr. Wong had taken up a wide range of responsibilities, including international collaboration, development of environmental infrastructures, environmental impact assessment, waste reduction, and law enforcement.

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Yang Liu

General Manager, China Emissions Exchange (Shenzhen) and Secretary General, Green Finance Committee of Financial Society of Shenzhen Special Economic Zone

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Sponsorship

Diamond Sponsors
Bank of China (Hong Kong) Limited
Firmly rooted locally for over a century, BOCHK is a leading commercial bank and one of the three note-issuing banks in Hong Kong. We are also the sole clearing bank for Renminbi business in Hong Kong. With the most extensive local branch network and diverse service platform, we offer a comprehensive range of financial, investment, wealth management and cross-border services to personal, corporate and institutional customers. As one of the cornerstone members of the Alliance for Green Commercial Banks, BOCHK is committed to promoting green finance development and continues to launch innovative green finance products and services. We act as a green finance advisor to help clients formulate green finance frameworks, establishing a sustainable business models for low-carbon transition. Furthermore, we actively undertake corporate social responsibilities to deliver greater value to our stakeholders and the community. BOCHK’s ESG performance is well recognised by the market, receiving the highest AAA rating from MSCI ESG for the second consecutive year, well ahead of its local peers. We are selected as “Asia-Pacific Climate Leaders” by the Financial Times and Statista for the second consecutive year.
The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited
The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited is the founding member of the HSBC Group. HSBC serves customers worldwide from offices in 62 countries and territories. With assets of US$2,990bn at 31 March 2023, HSBC is one of the world’s largest banking and financial services organisations.
Standard Chartered
We are a leading international banking group, with a presence in 53 of the world’s most dynamic markets and serving clients in a further 64. Our purpose is to drive commerce and prosperity through our unique diversity, and our heritage and values are expressed in our brand promise, here for good. Standard Chartered PLC is listed on the London and Hong Kong Stock Exchanges. The history of Standard Chartered in Hong Kong dates back to 1859. It is currently one of the Hong Kong SAR’s three note-issuing banks. Standard Chartered incorporated its Hong Kong business on 1 July 2004, and now operates as a licensed bank in Hong Kong under the name of Standard Chartered Bank (Hong Kong) Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of Standard Chartered PLC. For more stories and expert opinions please visit Insights at sc.com. Follow Standard Chartered on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook.
Platinum Sponsors
PricewaterhouseCoopers Hong Kong (PwC)
At PwC, our purpose is to build trust in society and solve important problems. We are a network of firms in 152 countries with nearly 328,000 people who are committed to delivering quality in assurance, advisory and tax services. Find out more and tell us what matters to you by visiting us at www.pwc.com. PwC refers to the PwC network and/or one or more of its member firms, each of which is a separate legal entity. Please see www.pwc.com/structure for further details. PwC Mainland China, Hong Kong SAR and Macau SAR work together on a collaborative basis, subject to local applicable laws. Collectively, we have over 800 partners and more than 20,000 people in total. We are located in these cities: Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Shenyang, Tianjin, Dalian, Jinan, Qingdao, Zhengzhou, Xi’an, Nanjing, Hefei, Suzhou, Wuxi, Wuhan, Chengdu, Hangzhou, Ningbo, Chongqing, Changsha, Kunming, Xiamen, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Macau, Haikou, Zhuhai and Guiyang.
UBS
UBS convenes the global ecosystem for investing, where people and ideas are connected and opportunities brought to life, and provides financial advice and solutions to wealthy, institutional and corporate clients worldwide, as well as to private clients in Switzerland. UBS offers investment solutions, products and impactful thought leadership, is the leading global wealth manager, provides large-scale and diversified asset management, focused investment banking capabilities, and personal and corporate banking services in Switzerland. The firm focuses on businesses that have a strong competitive position in their target markets, are capital efficient and have an attractive long-term structural growth or profitability outlook.
Gold Sponsors
Miotech
Moody’s
Natixis Corporate & Investment Banking
S&P Global
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