Royal Bank of Canada Presents: Financial Stewardship Series Pt 2 Why Millennials Matter to Your Org

October 19, 2017, 18:30-20:30
17/F, Cheung Kong Center, 2 Queen's Road
Central, Hong Kong
Hong Kong SAR, China
Member Price: HKD 250
Non-Member Price: HKD 350

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Royal Bank of Canada Presents:

Leadership Topic: Why Millennials Matter to Your Organization?
Understanding, Managing and Unleashing the Potential of Millennials



Millennials, the cohort following Generation X. This generation was raised in an electronics-filled and socially-networked surroundings with the "follow your dreams" mantra. They are poised to revamp the economy with their unique lens and is ready to change the world the very next second. How do leaders and organizations maximize their return on this abundance of energy and creativity? What is the inherent risk for under utilizing this productive yet disruptive cohort?

Through this panel discussion, you will hear a well diversified perspective from leadership scholar and startup practitioners in ways to lead and manage Millennials.




Ms. Catherine Tan
Co-Founder, Notey

Catherine Tan is Chief Strategy Office and Co-Founder of Notey, a technology company with a website and app that helps you discover the top blogs by topics, locations and languages. Notey is based in Hong Kong and backed by top global tech investors. The company has been featured on Techcrunch, CNBC as well as Business Insider, highlighting Notey as one of the “15 Fastest Growing Startups in the World”. Prior to Notey, Catherine Tan spent 10 years in investment banking with Barclays and Morgan Stanley. She left as a VP with the Morgan Stanley Hong Kong office in IED from 2007-2010. Catherine is born and raised in Hong Kong and graduated from the University of Warwick in the UK with a degree in Law and Business.

Mr. Eu Khoon Ang
Co-Founder and Executive Director, Q Investment Partners

Eu Khoon Ang is the Co-Founder and Executive Director of Q Investment Partners. Q Investment Partners ("Q.I.P") is an independent real estate private equity business providing global real estate investment solutions to High Net Worth Individuals ("HNWI"), Family Offices and its financial intermediaries. QIP is a  Registered Fund Management Company in Singapore.

Professor Gerard Seijts
Faculty of Organizational Behaviour, Ivey Business School

Prior to joining Ivey Business School in 2000, Prof. Gerard was on the faculty at the I.H. Asper School of Business at the University of Manitoba. He was teaching on several leadership programs. For example, he has worked with organizations including Aecon, Intact Financial Corporation, OMERS, Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan, Navigator, Maple Leaf Foods, J.D. Irving Limited, Hutchison Ports, New World Development, A.S. Watson, Bank of China Hong Kong and others. Prof. Gerard also worked with government in Canada and Hong Kong on issues such as leadership and change where he taught EMBA, MBA and undergraduate courses in leadership, leading change, organizational behavior, performance management and staffing.


Mr. Derrick Lee
President, The Secretariat, The Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong

Mr. Lee brings over 20 years of experience working with government departments and multi-national corporations from Canada, Hong Kong and the United States.  He specializes in strategic planning, business development, public relations and stakeholder engagement.  Prior to joining the Chamber, Mr. Lee held various management and advisory positions at the Consulate General of Canada in Hong Kong, Treasury Board Secretariat, Transport Canada, Invest Hong Kong, State of California Office, and TD Financial Services.
Mr Lee holds a Bachelors degree in International Business and Masters Degree in International and Public Affairs.  He has received designations of Certified Management Accountant, Certified Management Consultant and Certified Risk Planner.



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