- Sat, Nov 18, 2017 05:00 AM
250 North Bridge Road
Latitude: 1.29382, Longitude: 103.853
Event Summary As the world’s most populous country, China’s economic growth rate has been always ahead of the world’s major economies. The high-speed development of economy also created lots of investment opportunities. Since the launch of Shanghai-HK Stock Connect (SSE) in 2014 and Shenzhen-Hong Kong Stock Connect (SZSE) last year, the internationalization of the A-share market has continuously strengthened. It is expected that more than 10 billion US dollars of potential funds that will flow into the A-share market after been included in MSCI index. Hang Seng Index performed better than the other indices rising nearly 28% since the beginning of this year, with the mainland real estate and banking sectors being extremely appealing. So will the A-shares and Hong Kong stocks continue to rise in 2018? What are the investment opportunities? Hear from Mr. Louis Wong of Phillip Capital Management (HK) Limited about his views on the China and Hong Kong markets. Seminar Outline 1. China and HK markets review2. Overview of China's economy3. 2018 index targets4. A share stock picks 5. HK stock picks Event Details 9.30am - 10.00am Registration 10.00am - 11.30am Presentation by Mr Louis Wong 11.30am - 12.00pm Q&A Speakers Profile Mr Louis Wong Director, Phillip Securities (HK) Limited PhillipCapital Management Hong Kong Louis Wong, an experienced fund manager with over 25 years in the financial market, is currently the Dealing Director of Phillip Securities (HK) Limited and Director of Phillip Capital Management (HK) Limited. He is also a part-time investment course instructor for City University of Hong Kong, Polytechnic University of Hong Kong and Lingnan University. Louis also fronts financial programs for Hong Kong Cable Television, HK Metro Radio, and the Putonghua Channel of Radio Television Hong Kong, which awarded him as the best financial analyst for 3 years. Author of 2 popular investment books, he was the financial columnist for Hong Kong Economic Times from 1989 to 2005.