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Oil's Well That Ends Well? How Oil Prices Will Impact Asia's Economy
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Given the precipitous and dramatic decline in oil prices of late, this event will take the opportunity to identify the key drivers behind the price decline and identify those who stand to gain, and lose, from this economic rebalancing.

19/06/2015
When: 19/06/2015
12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Where: Cliftons
Rooms 508-520
Hutchison House, The Galleria, 10 Harcourt Road,
Central
Hong Kong
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Oils Well That Ends Well?
How Oil Prices Will Impact Asia's Economy


Presented jointly by the Property, Financial Services and
Natural Resources Committee of CanChamHK
Date: Friday, June 19th, 2015
Time: 12:30 pm- 2:00 pm
Venue:

Cliftons Hong Kong
Unit 508-520, Level 5, Hutchison House,
10 Harcourt Road,
Central, Hong Kong
Price:
Members: $200/ Non-Members: $300
(Lunch will be included)

About the Event:
Given the precipitous and dramatic decline in oil prices recently, this event will take the opportunity to identify the key drivers behind the price decline and identify those who stand to gain, and lose, from this economic re-balancing.
  • Will lower oil prices drive the economic resurgence of regional import markets like China, Japan and Indonesia?
  • Does this signal the end of the Western Canadian economic boom?
  • Given the current oil prices, who are the winners and losers in this economy?
Join us as we delve deeper into this topical, and decidedly Canadian, issue.
This event is supported by Brookfield Financial
Venue Sponsor
About the Speakers:
Ross O'Brien
The Hong Kong Director of the Economist Corporate Network

Ross O’Brien is the Hong Kong Director of the Economist Corporate Network, a membership-based business advisory programme for senior executives of multinationals operating in Asia. In his role, Ross brings over twenty years of industry and economic analysis to bear in providing decision makers with insight and advice on the future of Asia’s economies—and what it means for their businesses.

Ross engages with the boards and executives of dozens of companies across Asia every month, and speaks at and moderates over 100 events every year. Many of Ross’ speaking engagements are for CIO audiences, or for executives interested in the implications of information and communications technology (ICT) developments on their business strategy.

Ross’ talks on innovation in Asia are grounded in over two decades of experience in the region’s technology markets. He’s worked as an Asian marketing manager for the data switch vendor StrataCom, and a consultant with AT&T Solutions in the US and Indonesia. He also ran the ICT practice for the Asian market entry consulting partnership Intercedent.
Greg Harris
Executive Director, Equity Sales & Trading, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, Hong Kong

Greg Harris joined CIBC in February 2011 working with UK and European institutional investors providing advice on investment in Canada’s oil & gas sector. Greg relocated to Hong Kong in September 2014 where he is building out the banks equities distribution business covering the Asia Pacific region.Prior to joining CIBC, Greg was an equity salesperson at Scotiabank and before that Canaccord Genuity. Greg has over 17 years of capital markets experience that includes time in commodities trading and equity research. He holds a BSc from the University of Alberta and an MBA from the University of Toronto, Rotman School of Management.
Neil Anderson
Head of Commercial Office Space for Hong Kong, Hongkong Land Limited

Neil Anderson is currently Head of Commercial Office space for Hong Kong at Hongkong Land Limited ("HKL”). His principle responsibility is to actively asset manage HKL’s 4.2 million sqft Grade A Office Portfolio in Central, Hong Kong.

Mr. Anderson joined HKL in May 2006 and has over 19 years of real estate experience covering both European and Asian markets. Prior to joining HKL, Mr. Anderson held a number of senior positions in both the West End and in the City of London.

Mr. Anderson was educated in the United Kingdom and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Real Estate from Sheffield Hallam University. More recently, he has also gained qualifications in Business and Asset Valuations from Hong Kong University and completed an Advanced Negotiations Course from Harvard University. Mr. Anderson was elected as a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (MRICS) in 1999, and became a member of the Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors (MHKIS) in 2009.

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