Monica Yu, Executive Director, Hong Kong Ethics Development Centre, ICAC
With increasing cross-boundary economic interaction among Hong Kong and Mainland China, it is essential for foreign investors in Hong Kong to know more about and abide by the laws and regulations in the two places to ensure smooth business operation. In this breakfast briefing, Monica Yu, Executive Director, ICAC, will speak about corruption risks in cross-boundary operations and corresponding corruption preventive measures, as well as the implementation of ethical management.
Professor Dame Carol Black DBE, FRCP, FMedSci, Principal of Newnham College Cambridge
As we all know, Hong Kong’s employed population are often over-worked and over-stressed. But what are the consequences of this on productivity at work, and perhaps more importantly, on our general health? In this session, Dame Carol Black, Principal of Newnham College, University of Cambridge and advisor to the UK government’s Department of Health, will examine the growing problem of impaired health and well-being of people among working age.
Michael Moir, Director of Property, Hong Kong Jockey Club
The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust is leading an important project to conserve the Central Police Station (CPS) compound, a cluster of declared monuments being transformed into a destination for heritage, contemporary art and leisure for all to enjoy. The Club’s Director of Property, Michael Moir, will provide an overview of the conservation and revitalisation work, the operating model and how this important project can contribute to the Hong Kong community and internationally.