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How Financial Institutions are Benefiting from Innovative Technologies
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When: Tuesday, October 25, 2016
12:30pm to 2:00pm
Where: CanCham Boardroom
Unit 10 B & C, China Overseas Building
139 Hennessy Road
Wan Chai
Hong Kong
Contact: Veronica Yip

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How Financial Institutions
are Benefiting from Innovative Technologies
Tuesday, October 25, 2016
12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

CanChamHK Boardroom
Unit 10BC
China Overseas Building (Wan Chai MTR Station Exit C)
139 Hennessy Road
Wan Chai,Hong Kong

Members: Complimentary
Non-Members: HK$200
About the Event:

Businesses today often look for ways to improve their business operations by increasing efficiency and maximizing returns. However, typical strategies such as streamlining and cost cutting are no longer sufficient in today’s business landscape. As a result, more and more executives are looking to new technologies and innovative ideas to help them retain a competitive edge.

Join us as we dive into 3 real world examples of how banks and capital market firms are using novel approaches to drive top line growth. Each of our speakers will be presenting client case study demonstrating an opportunity that is present within most financial institutions, such as:
  • Building client trust through automated speech analytics and coaching
  • Developing a service-oriented cost model to identify and channel resources towards profitable activities
  • Recruiting portfolio mangers based on performance and insight demonstrated within a simulated trading environment
About the Speakers:
James Bryce – CEO, Gweek

James is CEO of Gweek, powered by Speech Intelligence Analytics™; AI-based software that can track and quantify the degree to which you are an effective speaker-communicator.

James is a pioneer in the quantified workplace movement and has over 10,000 field hours in speech analytics, specifically within financial service, corporate and political communications. Graduating in Chinese language from Durham University and Renmin Daxue; James is a former operational team leader and linguist, UK Royal Marine Commandos. James is also a visiting lecturer at Chinese University, Hong Kong.
Bryan Vaz – Director, IMIT Advisory

Bryan is Managing Director for IMIT Advisory, Asia’s first alternative advisory firm. With IMIT’s Advisory Cloud, clients get unrestricted access to all of IMIT’s research, project templates, methodologies, and automated business diagnostics. Bryan’s extensive capital markets experience extends to tenures at ITG and Scotia Capital, at both of which Bryan spearheaded innovation agendas designed to open new market opportunities through technology-enabled services.
Justin Ling – CEO, EquitySim

Justin studied Finance at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, BC – here he was chosen to manage $5million of the University’s endowment, which he invested into Canadian stocks and bonds. Under his management the endowment grew by 12%. Upon graduation, Justin went to work at Procter & Gamble in Toronto in a business development role, learning leadership and management skills to compliment his skills in finance. After 2.5 years of work experience, Justin decided to take on his next challenge, moving to Hong Kong and returning to the industry of finance by starting his own Fintech company, EquitySim: a platform that allows stock traders to post their track record and trading ideas, and matches the most impressive candidates with top investment firms.


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