To make an effective financial arrangement is extremely challenging for the elderly, people with dementia, those with chronic illness, anyone with declining health, or their caregivers. Research shows that financial decision making ability tends to peak in our mid-50s. And after that, people gradually experience cognitive decline due to ageing. Yet, the financial plan for a long life can be complex and may involve tackling difficult situations. How can we resolve this challenge? Currently, many financial institutions have various innovative products that can help us. This panel will discuss the latest services and how you can choose the right ones for yourself and also your loved ones.
Ms Orchis Li has over 20 years of experience in the Hong Kong insurance market, with a focus on product development. She joined Gen Re in 2015, and is responsible for the management of the Hong Kong branch and regional/group offices’ client relationships. Orchis is also responsible for driving forward Gen Re’s insurtech strategy and the analytics & development of Critical Illness products in Asia. Ms Li is a Fellow of IFoA, a Councillor of the LIC under HKFI and a member of the Health Committee & Actuarial Innovation Committee under ASHK. She has also been appointed as a member of the Industry Advisory Committee with the Insurance Authority.
General Manager, Gen Re Hong Kong
Ms Orchis LI
Mr Stephen Pau has over 20 years global investment experience in the financial services industry. He is currently the Chief Investment Officer at Hefeng Family Office. Previously, he was senior portfolio manager at Veco Invest (Asia) Limited, managing multi-manager portfolios at The Hong Kong Jockey Club, on the quantitative micro-strategy team with Deutsche Bank, a portfolio analysis specialist with JP Morgan Asset Management in the UK, and a fixed income analyst for The St. Paul Travelers Companies, Inc. in the UK. Stephen has a Master of Science degree in Actuarial Science from Cass Business School in the UK, and is a Chartered Statistician and a Chartered Scientist.
Chief Investment Officer, Hefeng Family Office
Mr Stephen Pau
Ms Christina Yung graduated from the University of London with a degree in Social Science and Administration. Christina is now leading a diversity and financial inclusion programme for HSBC in Hong Kong, assisting in many areas of the community including elderly families living with dementia, homeless and subdivided flat residence, refugees and non-refoulement claimant and people with physical and mental health challenges.
Ms Yung is also an author, having written “Small Shops, Big Hearts” in 2017. This is a collection of stories and photos of her personal encounters with shop owners and traditional craftsmen that have contributed to the rich fabric of Hong Kong’s history.
Senior Community, Diversity and Inclusion Manager, Retail Banking and Wealth Management, Hong Kong HSBC
Ms Christina M W YUNG
Ms Lai-Chong Au is the Group Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Delta Asia Financial Group responsible for leading the development and execution of the Company’s long term strategy as well as all day-to-day management decisions. She also acts as a direct liaison between the Board, other senior management as well as employees, all stakeholders of the company. Ms Au actively involves in community work in Hong Kong. She currently is a member of Hong Kong Philharmonic Fundraising Committee and an Organizing Committee Member of Golden Age Foundation. She is also a regular columnist at AM730.
Group Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Delta Asia Financial Group