Updated: 31 January 2020
In view of the latest development of the coronavirus epidemic, the organiser has decided to postpone the 10th Business Ethics Forum in order to protect the health and safety of the participants.
We apologise to all those who have purchased passes and sponsored the event and we will announce the new date of the event on this website shortly.
Should you have any enquiry, please do not hesitate to contact the event manager at email@example.com.
Once again, we are sorry for any inconvenience caused and we would like to take this opportunity to wish you all a healthy, prosperous and safe Year of the Rat.
The theme for BEF 2020 is Business Ethics in the Digital Era with focus on ethical digital framework, including best data management practices, machine learning and artificial intelligence ethics, which is a new branch of ethics principle relating to data, algorithms and corresponding practices.
We bring together some of the most influential and prominent leaders and regulators from the financial services industry to discuss on the subject from different perspectives.
Business leaders and practitioners from the financial services industry and professional services companies. It would benefit those working in the areas such as securities and investment, wealth management, asset management, banking, corporate finance, trust, IT, risk management and/or compliance.
Ms Katherine Ng, Chairman, HKSI Institute, and Managing Director, Head of Policy and Secretariat Services, Listing Department, Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited
|9:10am||Opening Remarks by Mr Paul Chan, Financial Secretary of The Government of the Hong Kong SAR|
|9:20am||Ethics and AI - A Global Perspective
Dr Tony Tan, Senior Head, Ethics Education & Professional Standards, CFA Institute
|9:35am||Industry Panel: Ethical Digital Framework Beyond People and Culture
In the digital era, the sheer quantity and quality of data collected by businesses has increased dramatically and exponentially. The panelists will share the challenges face in today's fast changing business environment. They will also share their insights and best practices in data and AI ethics, including ownership, confidentiality, transparency, consent, privacy and openess, which are essential components for an ethical digital framework.
|10:50am||Coffee & Tea Break|
|11:15am||Regulatory Panel: The Rise of Data and AI Ethics
The trend of big data is affecting every stakeholder in the industry, including regulators. The regulators will share their views on good business ethics code and framework related to data and AI ethics in the digital era. They will also share their expectation and roles in shaping the ethical digital framework in the future.
|1:15pm||Luncheon Keynote Speech: Vigilant and Impartial: The SFC’s New Approach to Regulation in a Time of Change
Mr Ashley Alder, Chief Executive Officer, Securities and Futures Commission, and Chairman of the Board, International Organization of Securities Commissions
Mr Colin Shaftesley, Organising Chair of BEF 2020, and Partner, Financial Services Practice, PwC, Hong Kong
|Language||English (Simultaneous translation (English and Mandarin) will be available.)|
|Hours||SFC:4.00 CPT, PWMA:4.00 OPT, IA:1.00 CPD|
|Fees||All Member: HK$1,800
Student Member (UHKSI): HK$200
Member's Table (12 pax): HK$26,800
Non-member's Table (12 pax): HK$38,800
Staff of Corporate Member: HK$1,800
|Registration||Seats are limited. Register now!|