30. Roger Staeheli | Nespresso Hong Kong

September 14, 2017

Coffee machines now allow aficionados to enjoy the perfect cup right at home and at work. In the fifth episode of Biz Leader - Season 2, we are brewing with Roger Staeheli, country manager of Nespresso Hong Kong. Tune in for more stories behind the coffee beans.

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29. Fat cats getting fatter?

September 7, 2017

CEOs make truckloads of money and the gap between the incomes of top executives and regular workers is growing at an alarming rate.

On the fourth episode of Biz Leader - Season 2, we explore what's happening at the top and bottom of the pay pyramid.

Reference:

http://fortune.com/2017/07/20/ceo-pay-ratio-2016/

http://www.businessinsider.com/17-highest-paid-tech-ceos-by-pay-ratio-2015-8/#no-17-ebay-ceo-john-donahoe-1

https://dealbook.nytimes.com/2014/11/10/more-transparency-more-pay-for-c-e-o-s/?mcubz=3

http://time.com/money/4790237/ceo-pay-salary-compensation-increase/

https://uk.practicallaw.thomsonreuters.com/1-523-1863?__lrTS=20170414043747132&transitionType=Default&contextData=(sc.Default)&firstPage=true&bhcp=1

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28. Tom Chan Pak-lam | Success Finance Group

August 31, 2017

On the third episode of Biz Leader Season 2, we caught up with the CEO of Success Finance Group, Tom Chan Pak-lam.

Tune in as he takes us through the business landscape of the investment group, and explains why they have an edge when it comes to helping clients seek public listings. Plus, lots on the hotly-debated IPO regulation in the city. 

 

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27. Magnus Renfrew | The ARTHQ / Group

August 24, 2017

On the second episode of Biz Leader-Season 2, we caught up with Magnus Renfrew, a cultural entrepreneur in Hong Kong. He tells us how he got Art HK and Art Basel off the ground, and his early days in the art fair scene. 

Tune in to listen to his thoughts on why Hong Kong shouldn’t miss the opportunity to assert itself as a global hub for art and creativity. 

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26. Jonathan Choi Koon-shum | The Chinese General Chamber of Commerce

August 17, 2017

Welcome to our brand new Biz Leader Season 2! In the first episode, Chairman of the Chinese General Chamber of Commerce Jonathan Choi Koon-shum explains how Hong Kong becomes a promoter of globalization and about where Hong Kong should be heading in the future. Tune in to hear his take on the city’s development strategies. 

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REPLAY Jonathan Stone | Christie’s

July 11, 2017

Christie’s Head of International Asian Art Jonathan Stone has witnessed a remarkable evolution in art auctions - from a veritable British monopoly to one now populated by the global elite. Stone delves into how Chinese collectors are reshaping the auction space, with both buyer and sellers quickly adapting to ever accelerating changes faster than you can say, “going once, twice, sold.”

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25.Pansy Ho | Shun Tak Holdings Limited

July 5, 2017

MGM China executive director and head of Shun Tak Pansy Ho talks about tourism, the Pearl River Delta economy and about being a woman in leadership in the final episode of Biz Leader season one. Tune in to hear Ho share her take on the region and gaming related sector over the past and next 20 years.

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24.Jonathan Choi | Sunwah Group

June 21, 2017

 

With 20th anniversary of Hong Kong's return to Chinese sovereignty on the horizon we talk with Jonathan Choi about the importance of the Hong Kong and mainland China business relationship.  Jonathan not only leads a successful business venture, but is also is an influential member of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference.

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23.Vivek Pathak | International Financial Corporation

June 13, 2017

From a career in the sciences to banking that benefits the developing world, Vivek Pathak the Director for East Asia & Pacific of International Financial Corporation shares the inside processes of the IFC as well as his rules of being a great leader.

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22.Paul Li | Simmons & Simmons

June 7, 2017

Boutique law firm Simmons and Simmons’ Head of Asia Paul Li successfully parlayed an internship, and art history degree, into a 28-year career navigating cross border quandaries and irate regulators for money makers riding Asia’s decades’ of growth. Listen as Li takes us through his rise from aspiring artist to consigliere to Asia-focused private bankers and asset managers.

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