The Digital Finance seminar in Hong Kong

Digital finance is revolutionizing the financial services industry. New technologies are transforming interaction with the customer, and traditional services are being replaced or made obsolete. For the back office, we are seeing a transformation from paper-based compliance to an increasing reliance on data analytics and digital scrutiny.

All of this is occurring at an alarming pace, with regulators trying to keep up with developments and almost having to create compliance “real time” in response.  And this is in an environment of increased regulatory compliance arising from responses to the Global Financial Crisis of 2007/8.

For all financial services firms, and especially the banking sector, this new digital environment is bringing challenges, as well as opportunities, in respect of compliance and the industry’s ethics. The recent report published by the Economist Intelligence Unit, sponsored by Mazars, has highlighted responses to this “new normal”, some of which are contradictory and presenting still further tough questions for the industry to address.

We have assembled an expert panel comprised of finance, legal and compliance professionals to discuss the report’s findings and bring clarity to these complex issues. This seminar aims to share ideas and experiences on how the finance industry needs to adjust to the new digital world.



Mr. Rocky Tung, Senior Economist, Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce

Keynote speaker

Mr. Li Shui Pui, Division Head of Financial Infrastructure Development, Hong Kong Monetary Authority

Panel speakers

Mr. CHAN Hoi Kit Frederick, Chief Financial Officer of Chong Hing Bank Limited

Mr. Peter Bullock, Solicitor


Wednesday, 22 June 2016 from 18:00 to 20:30 (HKT)


The Bankers Club - 43/F Gloucester Tower The Landmark , Central , Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong - View Map


Please click here  to RSVP on or before 20 June to guarantee your seats. 

Note: Please note that the seminar will be closed to the media.