We are delighted to announce that MFEXbyEuroclear is sponsoring the Hubbis Investment Forum – Hong Kong on Wednesday September 27, 2023 for the Private Wealth Management Community.
The event will feature an all-day format to deliver the most efficient and engaging agenda, discussions and networking, starting at 9.00am and ending at 5.00pm, and continues after lunch with detailed workshops.
This event will host 20-plus expert speakers taking an in-depth look at the wealth management investment market, to understand more about how the mass affluent, HNW and UHNW clients are assembling their domestic, regional and global investment portfolios, and how the wealth management community is delivering its products and optimising advice.
Key elements of the event:
6 specialist presentations
4 panel discussions
A unique get-together enabling delegates to meet with 200+ leading wealth management practitioners from local, regional and international Private Banks, Independent Wealth Management Firms, Family Offices, IFAs, Securities Firms and digital wealth managers.
An unprecedented opportunity to hear from more than 20 local and international speakers who are well-known experts in the Asian and indeed international wealth management, investment and wealth advisory & solutions community
Networking coffee and refreshment breaks
And…the event will qualify for 5.5 hours of CPT
Panel discussions and presentations on the following topics :
Trends and Priorities - Private Wealth Management in Hong Kong
How digitisation will transform capital raising and investing in the next 3-5 years
Navigating more challenging investment markets
Re-inventing access to private markets
Why Pay More?
Enhancing Investment Engagement with Clients
Lumen Vietnam – Investment Pearl in Southeast Asia
Introduction to Interactive Brokers digital Custody and Execution Platform for EAMs, MFOs
Strategies to engage alternative asset classes for private clients
The Adoption of Digital Assets & Tokenisation Amongst Private Clients in Asia
Digital Assets – How can private wealth in Asia engage with this opportunity?