(HK Webinar) Investment Outlook, Opportunities in 2H 2023
Navigate Hong Kong Stock Exchange by getting the latest news, investment trends and opportunities that are driving growth and shaping the future of Hong Kong’s economy.
Join our upcoming HK Market webinar with Peter Pak, Executive Director at BOCI Securities (Bank of China International Securities) to get insights on the 2H 2023 Hong Kong Stock Market Outlook and top performing stock picks so you can determine the best strategy to trade on the HKEX.
Date: 26 July 2023, Wednesday
Webinar ID: (835 6442 1614)
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Attendees will receive brokerage rebates worth RM12.88* (1,288 RT Points)* upon submission of the feedback form by 11:59pm on event day.
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BOCI Securities Limited (“BOCI Securities”) is wholly-owned and managed by BOC International Holdings Limited (a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Bank of China), offering investors with comprehensive products and services including sales and trading of equities and structured products, investment advisory and private wealth management.
Peter Pak, Executive Director, BOCI Securities Limited
Mr. Pak was born in Beijing, grew up in Hong Kong and completed his higher education in the United States, majoring in finance. With around 20 years experience in securities analysis, Mr. Pak had worked for various China-funded and foreign-funded financial institutions. Mr. Pak was responsible for investment researches on red-chips, aviation, consumer products, infrastructure, small-cap, etc. In addition, Mr. Pak appears regularly in the media of Hong Kong and the Mainland of China on behalf of BOCI, and he is a frequent commentary contributor. Besides, he is a major presenter in client events organised by the Bank of China Group.
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