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Geoffrey Garrett

Geoffrey Garrett
Dean and Reliance Professor of Management and Private Enterprise;
Professor of Management
The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania

The Wharton Global Forum Hong Kong, June 22-24, 2017, will bring together prominent Wharton faculty and alumni as well as the global business community to engage with one another, exchange ideas, and explore the biggest issues affecting the business landscape.

This year marks our 50th Global Forum – the latest in a wonderful and distinguished history of Lifelong Learning events hosted in dynamic global cities of great economic and political importance. Through these forums, Wharton provides its alumni, friends, supporters, and the international business community a chance to learn and interact with some of the most vibrant and creative minds in the world.

Hong Kong is a cosmopolitan city linking west and east, old and new, and our Forum will focus on the great challenges and opportunities of leading disruptive innovation. We will delve into innovation and entrepreneurship; global investment opportunities; big data and analytics; and as always, the rapidly changing geoeconomic and geopolitical landscape.

We look forward to convening the brightest minds to engage with each other during the Hong Kong forum on the most pressing and most important issues facing the business world. The action-oriented insights generated by Wharton’s faculty and the global leadership of the School’s preeminent alumni will have a major impact on government, business, and society in the region and globally.

Geoffrey Garrett
Dean and Reliance Professor of Management and Private Enterprise;
Professor of Management
The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania

George Hongchoy

George Hongchoy, WG’91, PAR’18, PAR’21
Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer
Link Asset Management Limited

It is my privilege and pleasure to invite Wharton alumni, friends and members of the global business community to join us in Hong Kong for the milestone 50th Wharton Global Forum on June 22-24, 2017. This will be a truly unique and spectacular experience bringing together global business leaders and world-class faculty of the Wharton School to lead dynamic discussions in a series of thought-provoking keynote sessions, interactive panels, and immersive master classes.

The overall theme of the 50th Wharton Global Forum is about leading disruptive innovation exploring innovation in finance, data analytics, entrepreneurship and investment opportunities. We are expecting more than 600 guests, including leading finance and business leaders, which will offer outstanding networking, dialogue, and an unparalleled exchange of ideas.

As chairman of the organizing committee, I would like to thank all of the members of the executive committee: Ferdinand Cheuk, W’96, co-chair of organizing committee; Sanjay Khanduri, WG’06, co-chair of organizing committee; Victoria Mio, WG’98, co-head of programming; Winston Yung, WG’98, co-head of programming; David Cameron, WG/L/G’08, secretary general; Mary Ho, WAM’16, head of communications; and Robert Nien, W’70, WG’72, treasurer.

We look forward to seeing you in June, and to welcoming you personally to Hong Kong for our historic 50th Global Forum.

George Hongchoy
Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer
Link Asset Management Limited

Featured Speakers

Featured Faculty

Forum Chairman
George Hongchoy, WG’91, PAR’18, PAR’21

Forum Co-Chairmen
Ferdinand Cheuk, W’96
Sanjay Khanduri, WG’06

Executive Committee
David Cameron, WG’08 (Secretary General)
Jing Cameron, W’07
Tina Chu, WG’10 (Head of Social Media)
Pamela Fung, WG’09
Mary Ho, WAM’15 (Head of Communications)
Wayne Hu, WG’09
Ang Jin, WG’11
Christophe Lee, ENG’91
Victoria Mio, WG’98 (Co-Head of Programming)
Robert Nien, W’70, WG’72
Kent Wasson, G’03, WG’03
Winston Yung, WG’98 (Co-Head of Programming)

Sub-Committee for Programming
Jing Cameron, W’07
Shuo Hua, C’11
Fujia Liu, WG’15
Victoria Mio, WG’98 (Co-Head)
Winston Yung, WG’98 (Co-Head)

Sub-Committee for Communications
Mary Ho, WAM’15 (Head)
Ang Jin, WG’11

Wharton Global Forum Advisors
Anna Cheung, WG’95
Alice Hung, C’90, W’90
Roy Kuan, WG’95
Catherine KC Leung, W’90

Governors of the Wharton Club of Hong Kong
Louis Bowen, WG’72
Paul Cheng, WG’61
David Cameron, WG’08
Joseph Ferrigno, W’67
James Ho, WG’87, PAR’15, PAR’18
George Hongchoy, W’91, PAR’18, PAR’21
Mike Hugel
Allen Huie, C’80, W’80, L’83
Karl Kwok, WG’73
Henry Lee, W’86
Catherine KC Leung, W’90
Patrick Ma, W’80
Julie Moy G’87, WG’87
Robert Nien, W’70, WG’72
Kyle Shaw, WG’87
Patrick Sun, W’81
John Ying, G’89, WG’89

Sponsors

Schedule

For an additional fee, activities are available to Forum attendees and their guests.

PLEASE NOTE: Activities are not included in the Forum fee, and pre-registration is required.

Dragon Boating Adventure in Stanley Beach – brought to you by the Wharton Women of Hong Kong and Link REIT 

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Get your body moving after three days of sitting, eating and drinking! Come discover a classic Hong Kong outdoor team sport in the warm waters of Stanley Beach on the south side of Hong Kong Island. NO PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE OR ATHLETIC ABILITY NECESSARY! Learn how to row a classic wooden dragon boat with your team; bring your competitive spirit for a mini race against other forum attendees and Wharton alumni, and your cooperative spirit for a fun lunch in Stanley afterwards.

Pre-registration is required – registration and payment deadline is Friday, June 23. Space is limited.

With any questions, and to RSVP, please contact your organizer/host Jasja De Smedt Kotterman at jasja_kotterman@hotmail.com

Registration payment can be made via Paypal:

Cost: US$20 per person
Date: Sunday, June 25
Time: 9am to 2:30pm; please arrive at the Conrad Hong Kong lobby no later than 8:45 am

DragonBoating1You will be picked up at the Conrad hotel at 9am to go by bus to Stanley Beach. There you will be trained by professional coaches, briefed on safety features, and have several practice rounds before racing against each other in two boats. Following the dragon boat mini-race, we will head over to the Ocean House restaurant in Stanley for lunch. Buses will bring you back to Conrad hotel at 2:30pm to be back in Central by 3pm.

Included: Dragon Boat training and gear, transportation, lunch, drinks.

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Junk Outing (Organized by Allen & Overy)

“If you never see their rugged coastlines or deserted coves, and if you are never buffeted by the salty sea wind as it blows full pelt across a surging prow, then you will not know very much of Hong Kong at all.” – TIME magazine

JunkBoat

Join us for some sea, fun and sun and a classical Hong Kong experience aboard the Sea-Quester, a “junk” (the term formerly applied to traditional Chinese fishing boats now refers to any motorized pleasure vessel). We will cruise the coastline and anchor on the South Side to cheer on the Dragon Boat racers while enjoying food, drinks and waterskiing behind the speed boat that will accompany us. The whole outing should last 5 hours and we’ll have you back in Central at approximately 3 pm with lunch and drinks provided. The junk is organized by alumnus David Cameron and sponsored by his firm Allen & Overy.

Cost: US$20 per person
Date: Sunday, June 25
Time: 9am to 2:30pm; please arrive at the Conrad Hong Kong lobby no later than 8:45 am

 Pre-registration is required – space is limited.

With any questions, and to RSVP, please contact your organizer/host David Cameron at david.cameron.wg08@wharton.upenn.edu

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