Managing Risks in Belt and Road Projects
Overview

Professionals tend to view project risks from the perspective of their own professions. They also tend to be more familiar with the types of risks that they often encounter in their practices and have a unique set of technical jargons and tool kits in dealing with such risks.

As a result, years of learning and experience are often required to enable cross-professional communication on risk management issues while at the same time, emerging risks (or opportunities) which do not traditionally belong to a professional domain are often overlooked.

Objectives

In this workshop, the speakers aim to help participants develop a common framework and terminology that enables them to communicate and work together on Belt and Road projects. The following topics will be covered:

  • Risk management issues related to Belt and Road projects;
  • A common framework for integrated risk management;
  • Identification, quantification and mitigation of major risks.

Details of cases shared by Guest Speakers

 

Facilitator and Guest Speakers

Facilitator:  

Dr. Shaojun Zhang

Deputy Director  
Faculty of Business –  
Belt and Road Centre, PolyU 

 

 

Guest Speakers:  

Mr. Han Chen

Senior Vice President, Analytics
Guy Carpenter & Company, Limited, 
Hong Kong

Mr. Pat-Nie Woo 

Partner,
Business Reporting and Sustainability,
KPMG

 

   

Mr. Michael Camerlengo

Partner,
Infrastructure Advisory,
KPMG

Mr. Caesar Wong 

Managing Director -
China Business Services,
RSM Tax Advisory (Hong Kong) Limited

 

Mr. Zhang Xinlin

Chief Financial Officer, 
China Three Gorges South Asia  
Investment Limited

 


Quick Summary

Date & Time: 29 March 2019 (Fri), 6 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. and
30 March 2019 (Sat), 9 a.m. – 5:45 p.m.
Medium of Instruction: Putonghua / English with training materials in English
Guest Speaker Sharing: Cantonese / Putonghua / English
Venue: Hotel ICON, Kowloon
Workshop Fee: HK$800 (includes HK$400 workshop fee and HK$400 self-funded lunch and dinner fee)
Workshop Size: A maximum of 50 participants

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