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Ethical Decision-Making Workshop for Finance Professionals Event Code: 190917W-CEX
Date 17-Sep-2019
Time 7:15 p.m. - 8:15 p.m.
Venue Auditorium, Monetary Authority of Macao
Calçada do Gaio, n.os 24 e 26, Macau
Speaker(s) Mr. Franki Chung, CFA
Vice President
Mr. Richard McGillivray
Director, Institutional Partnership, Asia Pacific
CFA Institute
Fee HKSFA Member(s) at HK$0.0/person
CFA Candidate(s) at HK$0.0/person
Guest(s) and Non-member(s) at HK$0.0/person
This seminar is qualified for 1 CPT hour(s), 1 CE hour(s), 0 RBV CPD hour(s)
Remarks - Snacks and soft drinks will be provided.
Language: Cantonese (supplemented with English)

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Ethical conduct in finance is the foundation of trust.  Without trust, the finance and investment management industry cannot function. 
This interactive workshop centers around human behaviour and two finance case studies containing ethical dilemmas.  Participants must try and resolve the ethical dilemma successfully.  They can discuss the challenges contained in the case studies with other participants - but they have to vote for a solution individually, using an anonymous electronic voting system.
By discussing the case studies and possible solutions to them, participants will answer for themselves some of the key ethical questions for finance professionals:
  • What is the difference between law and ethics?
  • Why are ethical principles so important for trust in the financial sector?
  • What are the fundamental ethical principles governing finance?
  • What are the main drivers of unethical conduct?
  • How can an understanding of ethical principles and an ethical decision-making framework keep your career on track, and help you deliver the right outcomes for your clients and your firm?

About the Speakers

Mr. Franki Chung, CFA
Vice President
The Hong Kong Society of Financial Analysts
Mr. Franki Chung, CFA, is the Chief Investment Officer of an investment company and experienced professional in equity / fixed income analysis and portfolio management. He was the Chief Investment Officer of MEAG HK, the asset management arm of Munich Reinsurance. Based in Hong Kong, he and his team cover Asian equities and fixed income portfolios for Munich Re. Before joining MEAG in 2010, he was the deputy head of Asia Equities in Baring Asset Management and responsible for country allocation, stock selection and managing equity portfolios in Asia Pacific.
Franki is the Vice President of The Hong Kong Society of Financial Analysts. He is currently the Co-Chair of University Relations and Volunteer Management committees and a member of the Nomination Committee. He is the Immediate Past President 2019/20 of Lions Club Hong Kong IFC.
He holds a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of New South Wales, a Bachelor of Science (Economics) (Hon.) degree from the University of London, a Higher Diploma in Production and Industrial Engineering from the Hong Kong Polytechnic. Franki has been a CFA charterholder and a member of the CFA Institute since 1998.

Mr. Richard McGillivray
Director, Institutional Partnership, Asia Pacific
CFA Institute
Mr. Richard McGillivray joined CFA Institute in June 2013. He leads the Asia Pacific Institutional Partnerships team, which is responsible for working with financial firms, regulators and affiliated Universities across the region.  The team also works both directly and in partnership with CFA societies to help institutions leverage the global CFA network, people, resources, services and programs in order to contribute to their clients’, employees’ and students’ success. 
Richard brings a blend of relevant experience in investment management and education to this assignment. Prior to CFA Institute, he set up the Asia Pacific operations for a UK-headquartered asset management business for whom he built and supported a broad client base, including private and retail banks, institutions, fund of funds and family offices in the Asia Pacific region, where he has lived for the past 18 years. Prior to that, he worked for nearly 20 years in adult and professional education in Asia Pacific and southern Africa, including in education, financial services, media, aid agencies and law.

Rating - General
Material presented will be basic and of interest to a general audience having no background in the area.

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