“Life as a Banker” by Mr. Peter Wong Tung Shun

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Practitioner Lecturers Series co-organised by HKU FBE and FSDC
“Life as a Banker” by Mr. Peter Wong Tung Shun

(April 12, 2016, Hong Kong) The public forum jointly organised by the Faculty of Business and Economics of The University of Hong Kong and The Financial Services Development Council (FSDC) was successfully held on March 23. The forum entitled “Life as a Banker” featured Mr. Peter Wong Tung Shun, JP, Deputy Chairman and Chief Executive Asia-Pacific of The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited (HSBC). The lecture hall was packed with audience including business leaders, faculty members, students, alumni and the general public.

Mr. Wong shared his experiences and views on the skills needed to excel in the banking profession and the challenges that young practitioner may face in banking’s fast-paced and highly regulated market environment. He said that the sector is in need of talented young professionals who have the energy and skills to thrive in the banking industry. Following the lecture was a Q&A session moderated by two Student Ambassadors: Miss Christy Yeung, Year 2 Bachelor of Economics and Finance student and Miss Ann Ko, final year students of Bachelor of Business Administration (Accounting and Finance). Many audiences seized the rare opportunity to ask questions.

If you wish to revisit Mr. Wong’s speech, please click here to watch the video and more photos are available here.

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香港大學經濟及工商管理學院與金發局合辦業界人士講座系列
王冬勝先生主講「銀行家之路」

(2016年4月12日 – 香港)由香港大學經濟及工商管理學院與香港發展局(金發局)合辦的論壇已圓滿結束。論壇以「銀行家之路」為題,由香港上海滙豐銀行有限公司副主席兼行政總裁王冬勝先生任主講嘉賓。當天講堂座無虛席,其中不乏商界領袖、教職員、學生、校友和廣大市民。

王先生在講座上分析瞬息萬變、高度監管的市場環境為業界帶來的挑戰;又與在場來賓分享個人經驗,闡述年輕人投身銀行業所需配備的技能。他表示銀行業對具才幹的年輕專才需求甚殷,並鼓勵大學生要積極裝備自己。講座隨後的問答環節由兩位來自經濟及工商管理學院的學生大使主持,她們是就讀經濟金融學學士課程二年級生楊雪遥及工商管理學學士(會計及財務)課程四年級生高慧菁。不少來賓把握機會踴躍發問。

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Mr. Peter Wong Tung Shun delivers speech entitled “Life as a Banker” at the Convocation Room, HKU. 王冬勝先生在香港大學畢業生議會廳以「銀行家之路」為題進行演講。
Mr. Peter Wong Tung Shun delivers speech entitled “Life as a Banker” at the Convocation Room, HKU.
王冬勝先生在香港大學畢業生議會廳以「銀行家之路」為題進行演講。

Mr. Peter Wong Tung Shun answers audience’s questions in a Q&A session moderated by two Student Ambassadors.
Mr. Peter Wong Tung Shun answers audience’s questions in a Q&A session moderated by two Student Ambassadors: Miss Christy Yeung, Year 2 Bachelor of Economics and Finance student (left) and Miss Ann Ko, final year students of Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting and Finance (right).
王冬勝先生於問答環節回應來賓的提問,並由學生大使經濟金融學學士課程二年級生楊雪遥(左)及工商管理學學士(會計及財務)課程四年級生高慧菁(右)主持。

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