Wharton Round Table Dinner - Talk on Global Secular Trends Driving Investment Returns by Ken Lee

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Wednesday, January 11, 2017
6:30pm— 8:30pm
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The Hong Kong Club
Jackson Rood 1
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Wharton Club Hong Kong is pleased to invite Ken Lee, Founder & CEO at Belleview Research to speak on the topic of Global Secular Trends Driving Investment Returns. 

Date: Wednesday, January 11th 2017

Time: 6:30-8:30pm 



The presentation will focus on a few key global secular trends that will exhibit significant impacts on investment returns either positively or negatively in the coming years. It covers across a wide spectrum of issues including macroeconomics, central bank policies, energy, demographics and technologies.


Speaker Profile:

Ken Lee has 25 years of experience in investment banking, global markets and investment research. In November 2015, Ken founded Belleview Research together with his partner Alvin Wong. Prior to Belleview, Ken was the Head of Asia for 13D Research (a renowned independent investment research firm), where he founded its Hong Kong Office in 2010 and spearheaded its Asia operations. Ken spent 14 years in Goldman Sachs on its sales and trading floor prior to 13D. Ken was appointed Managing Director of Goldman Sachs in 2003 and Head of the Corporate Sales Group for Asia Ex-Japan. Ken is a regular speaker in major town halls, forums and conferences held by organizations such as the Australian Davos Connection, CFA Society, Asian Bankers Association and the Harvard Business School Association of Hong Kong.



Price: HKD 650 per person, dinner included, non-refundable (guests of Wharton alumni are welcome)

To promote interactive dialog, we limit the space to 2 tables

Registration deadline: January 8th, 2017

Payment should be made to the Club's account at HSBC (502-411531-001) with receipt emailed to Jeremy Lam ([email protected]). 

To request a vegetarian meal (need to be in advance) or for any questions, please also email [email protected] .




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