Part 2: ESG Investing - Balancing financial returns with ESG impact (Hong Kong)

AIA is one of the joint organisers for this seminar.

16:15 - 17:45 (16:00 Registration)

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ESG investing is a strategy that enables fund managers to invest in companies that prioritize making a positive impact on the world. This approach evaluates a company's conduct and policies concerning environmental sustainability, social responsibility, and corporate governance through independent ratings. By considering these factors, ESG investing provides a framework for assessing a company's performance beyond just financial metrics.

Topic Outline:

History of ESG investing
Various ways to incorporate ESG factors investment analysis
Potential benefits and drawbacks of ESG investing
Challenges of measuring and reporting on ESG factors
Role of government regulation in promoting ESG investing
Insights into growing importance of ESG factors in investment decisions


Lecture Theatre WK-N203
North Tower
PolyU West Kowloon Campus
9 Hoi Ting Road
Yau Ma Tei
(MTR Yau Ma Tei Station Exit B or MTR Olympic Station, Olympian City Phase 2 Exit)

Language: Cantonese (Supplemented with English PowerPoint)

Remarks: Attendance certificate will be issued

Fee: HK$100 Members   HK$150 Non-Members       CPD Units: 1 Unit


Special Offer:

Attend both seminars (Part 1 and Part 2) for a reduced fee and extra 0.5 unit of CPD.

Fee:  HK$250 Members   HK$350 Non Members     CPD Units: 3 Units

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Deadline for registration is Wednesday 31 May 2023.


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John Tsang

Mr. Tsang has a MBA, CFA, CAIA, CMA, CFM, CAT and FLMI (LOMA). He has been working for global investment banks for around 20 years. Currently, he is the Programme Director of Postgraduate Diploma in insurance in Risk Management at PEAK of VTC and a committee member of a public organization. He has been invited to teach for universities of Hong Kong, China, UK, US, Australia and Canada. He also serves as the panel of judges for competitions on the financial industry in Hong Kong.