"Breaking Invisible Barriers and Staying Relevant in the Digital Economy"

Wednesday, 21 March 2018 
2:30pm – 5:00pm

Ballroom 3, Level 3,
Orchard Hotel Singapore
442 Orchard Road, Singapore 238879
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By Invitation Only

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With the Fourth Industrial Revolution moving at an accelerating pace, women have emerged as significant players in all aspects of the global digital economy – as equal contributors, collaborative leaders, and innovative game-changers. Yet the global community of women remains an under-tapped pool in terms of human capital, women-centric financial products, advisory services and professional communities. As gender diversity and inclusion progresses, the next conundrum becomes nurturing women’s performance potential and retaining their talent in the face of changing expectations towards having global careers, work-life balance and flexibility, a feedback culture, and employer reputation. 

This forum discussed and debated the key issues that ensure all players are well-equipped to face these challenges, as well as keep pace with technological change. Our panellists, all senior and experienced leaders with distinguished careers, discussed how women in the financial services industry can push themselves, their careers and their organisations forward in the new digital economy. 


Moderator


Mrs Anita Nassar, Co-Founder, Alternative Consultant Group & Former Managing Director and Partner, Citadel 


Panellists

Ms Julie Chang Managing Director and Chief Operating Officer, Balyasny Asset Management Hong Kong
Ms Junie Foo Founding Chair, BoardAgender & Fellow, Singapore Institute of Directors 
Ms Catherine Lee Chief Financial Officer, Clifford Capital 
Ms Nor Rejina Abdul Rahim              Managing Director, Nomura Asset Management Malaysia 

Please click here to view Speakers' Profile.


Programme

2:30 pm Registration
3:00 pm   Opening Keynote Remarks by Professor Susanna Leong, Vice Provost of Lifelong Education and Professor of Law, NUS
3:10 pm Panel Discussion followed by Q & A Session
4:30 pm Closing Remarks by Professor Joseph Cherian, Director of CAMRI and Practice Professor of Finance, NUS Business School, followed by a Networking Reception


Enquiries

Contact Ms Chow Pee Fun of CAMRI on tel: (65) 6601 1047 or at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 


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