Strengthening Canada-Asia Connectivity in a Shifting World: CanChamHK Luncheon with ABLACFebruary 27, 2019, 12:30-14:30Island Shangri-La Hotel, Hong Kong
The Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong Luncheon with the
Asia Business Leaders Advisory Council (ABLAC)
On February 27, 2019, senior leaders from Canada and Asia will convene at this luncheon in Hong Kong to discuss Canada’s role and opportunities in Asia given the region’s shifting economic and geopolitical landscape. The dialogue will focus on how Canadian businesses can leverage these shifts to expand into China and Asia.
Global Managing Partner Emeritus, McKinsey & Company
Who will be attending this luncheon?
Key members of ABLAC and senior leaders in the Hong Kong business community, including:
Mark Machin, President and CEO, Canada Pension Plan Investment Board
Dean Connor, President and CEO, Sun Life Financial
Joseph Fung, Managing Principal, Fairchild Capital Management
Neil Cunningham, President & CEO, Public Sector Pension Investment Board
Janet De Silva, President & CEO, Toronto Region Board of Trade
Mark Wiseman, Global Head of Active Equities, Chairman, BlackRock Alternative
$22,000 Corporate Table (For 10 pax with company branding on table and backdrop )
$1,200 Member Ticket
What is ABLAC?
Asia Business Leaders Advisory Council (ABLAC), launched in 2016, comprises a high-level group of Asian and Canadian business leaders convening annually to identify and articulate opportunities for improved Canadian-Asian business engagement.
The Asia Business Leaders Advisory Council (ABLAC) is a high-level group of Asian and Canadian business leaders established by the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada (APF Canada) in 2016. Convened annually to identify and articulate opportunities for improved Canadian-Asian business engagement, APF Canada established the Asia Business Leaders Advisory Council for two purposes. First, the Council builds a powerful platform for networking and business development that can help catalyze stronger commercial and investment opportunities between Canada and Asia. Second, it provides strategic information, counsel and advice to a select group of Canada's high-level political representatives from the federal, provincial and municipal governments with the aim of strengthening Canada's strategic engagement with the region.