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Career Seminar Series: Growing in a volatile market – China Wealth and Asset Management Industry
Publishing Date: 07/03/2016 (Last Update: 07/03/2016)
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|Time||6:00pm - 7:45pm|
|Venue||Room 201, K.K. Leung Building, HKU|
Faculty of Business and Economics has invited Kenny Lam from Noah Holdings Limited to share with us his experience of China Wealth and Asset Management Industry.
China’s wealth and asset management industry has been going through lots of volatility lately. But it remains one of the most dynamic and fastest growing industries in Asia. What are the core drivers of such growth and what are the opportunities in this industry? What are the key players and how can one win in this industry? Kenny will share his insights with HKU students.
Date: April 1, 2016 (Friday)
Venue: Room 201, K.K. Leung Building, HKU
About the speaker: [Click here for more information]
· Group President, Noah Holdings Limited
· Former Senior Partner, McKinsey & Company (2001 to 2014)
· Former Asia Head of Wealth Management & Private Banking, McKinsey & Company (2007 to 2014)
· Former Chairman, People Review Committee, McKinsey & Company (2010-2014)
· One of the key architects of Hong Kong’s new Private Wealth Management Association
About Noah Holdings Limited:
Noah is China’s largest independent wealth manager and the first one listed on New York Stock Exchange. It serves over 92,000 high networth individuals and over 200,000 affluent clients, with 1,038 relationship managers in 135 branches across 65 cities in China. Noah has handled over USD60 billion of assets for high network individuals in China and overseas. Noah has recently been ranked by Forbes Magazine as the world’s 5th fastest growing listed company and China’s No. 1. Kenny oversees all of Noah’s management and operations and is responsible for driving all key strategic initiatives in both China and overseas.
Noah’s services cover mutual funds, alternative investments, insurance and education. It is China’s only wealth manager with full licenses to operate in Hong Kong and has helped Chinese clients invest overseas. In 2015, its overseas operations have grown five-fold with over USD 2.5 billion in new investments. In August 2014, it opened China’ first on-line private banking and has since transacted over USD 2.2 billion of investment products through this new internet channel.