The HKRSA supports IFEC - Money Month 2022 - Invest in Yourself
1-31 March 2022
With more than two years into the COVID-19 pandemic, individuals and households alike are finding ways to adapt to the new normal, and this presents a good opportunity to relook at how we can improve our overall well-being, and in particular our financial wellness. We would like to use the theme “Invest in Yourself” to encourage the public to take action to gain new skills and knowledge, cultivate good investment and money management habits, and start planning for their financial goals.
Concerns around inflation have dominated investor conversations across the globe throughout 2021. The initial consensus that the price increases would be “transitory” – used with particular emphasis by the Federal Reserve – has worn thin in the face of a pronounced energy crisis, labour shortages and supply chain bottlenecks. In addition, COVID distortions have made it extremely difficult to accurately predict the level of inflation we can expect from here.
We all understand very well ho...
Our Association supports the Asian Financial Forum 2022 - "Navigating the Next Normal Towards a Sustainable Future".
It will be held in a hybrid format on 10 & 11 January 2022. The main conference sessions on Day 1 will be held physically at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, with access online from around the world throughout the 2 event days.
Against the backdrop of a gradual global economic recovery, the upcoming 15th edition of AFF will discuss key issues reshaping th...
HKRSA supports The IFEC Investor and Financial Education Award 2021
Our Association supports the IFEC Investor and Financial Education Award 2021 - Now call for Applications and is now open until 28 December 2021.
You are welcome to submit applications for the IFEA 2021 with your investors and financial education projects conducted during the period from 1 July 2020 to 30 September 2021 for your employees, customers, or other target segments in Hong Kong.
The HKIHRM Job Creation Scheme 2.0, organized by the HKIHRM, in collaboration with the Civil Service Bureau, is one of the job creation schemes under the Anti-epidemic Fund of the HKSAR Government. The Scheme aims to create up to 1,000 time-limited
jobs of different skill sets and academic qualifications in the private sector amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Key Highlights of the Scheme
·Subsidised Amount: HK$10,000/month max OR 50% of the actual monthly basic salary, whichever is...
Harcourt Suite, 1/F The Hong Kong Club, 1 Jackson Road Central
Please mark your calendar and RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org for our upcoming Christmas Luncheon on 14 December 2019 at 12:30pm with guest speaker Mr.Yan Chee CHENG ( Acting Managing Director, MPFA)
Join us to celebrate this special time of year!