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Colliding 6 Forms of Capital

Day 1 - 5th Oct | 13:30 - 14:45

Location: Change Makers Stage

Redefining Value

Overview

Join us for an unusual mix of perspectives and cases to explore critical intersections between the six forms of capital: Natural, Social, Human, Intellectual, Manufactured & Financial Capital. How do we value and prioritise each one? How can we move to a more integrated approach in daily decisions?

Learnings

  • Explore the undervaluation of natural capital & social capital through local cases
  • Debate the overextension of human capital and manufactured capital in Asia
  • Interweave the role of intellectual and financial capital in business decisions
  • Cross-feed ideas for transitioning toward sustainable value creation

Post Event Actions

  • Learn how to factor in different forms of capital and value in your decisions
  • Reflect on how the shift toward integrated metrics may affect your organisation
  • Review how your current approach could evolve toward creating Shared Value

Speakers

MODERATOR

Martina Mok

Head of Programmes & Partnerships

Shared Value Initiative Hong Kong

Martina Mok

Head of Programmes & Partnerships

Shared Value Initiative Hong Kong

As Head of Programmes & Partnerships, Martina manages member services and builds tri-sector partnerships to promote the adoption of Shared Value. Drawing from tri-sector experience in public relations and sustainable business, Martina believes in the power of collaboration and corporate social innovation for scalable, sustainable development.

Jeffrey Andrews

Social Worker

Christian Action - Centre for Refugees

Jeffrey Andrews

Social Worker

Christian Action - Centre for Refugees

An Indian by descent, Hong Kong-born and raised Jeffrey Andrews is one of the first ethnic minority registered social workers in Hong Kong. Committed to helping refugees and minority rights, in 2014 he travelled to the United Nations in Geneva to speak about the issues of segregated schools. He has been featured in numerous documentaries, news articles, TV programmes. He has received The Secretary for Home Affairs’ Commendation awarded in recognition of his dedicated service and outstanding contributions to the enhancement of racial harmony and integration to Hong Kong. Recently been selected as 2019 JCI Top Outstanding young persons and also 2019 Cathay Pacific’s Change Makers award and his beloved football team Manchester United recognised him as one of 7 Global heroes. He has been with Christian Action’s Centre for refugees for 11 years as a social worker and now assistant manager.

My Sustainability Goals for 2021:

Promote understanding and action in addressing systemic racism for advancements through community led initiatives within the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) framework.

Pushing diversity and inclusion practices at the heart of racial equity through engaging different sectors of society to Integrate the elimination of Systemic Racism, and highlight racial and ethnic discrimination, in order to bring about change to corporate and community responsibility and continuing to provide platform for dialogues, racial and cultural bridging initiatives.

Mathew Gollop

Managing Director

ConnectedGroup/Recruit4Good

Mathew Gollop

Managing Director

ConnectedGroup/Recruit4Good

Mathew has been in the executive search industry since 1997 and in Asia (with ConnectedGroup) since 2001. In addition to leading the business, Mathew has helped define and shape ConnectedGroup’s social purpose, and his team support the not for profit community in Hong Kong, connecting talent to help amplify worthy causes.

My Sustainability Goals for 2021:

To continue building a talent-oriented capacity enhancing platform for the not for profit community.

Athena Ng

Board Member

Friends of the Earth (HK)

Athena Ng

Board Member

Friends of the Earth (HK)

Athena Ng is the Board Member and Honorary Treasurer of Friends of the Earth (HK), one of Hong Kong’s most prominent and long established green groups. She is a CFA Charterholder, a Certified Public Accountant of Hong Kong and the State of Virginia. She is a Fundamentals of Sustainability Accounting (FSA) Credential holder and a Certified ESG Analyst (CESGA®) of The European Federation of Financial Analysts Societies (EFFAS). Athena holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Commerce from The University of Virginia.

My Sustainability Goals for 2021:

Advocacy of decarbonisation through green finance education.

Vivien Teu

Partner, Head of Asset Management & ESG

Dentons Hong Kong LLP

Vivien Teu

Partner, Head of Asset Management & ESG

Dentons Hong Kong LLP

Vivien Teu is a partner and head of Asset Management & ESG at Dentons Hong Kong. With more than 20 years’ extensive corporate and commercial experience advising financial institutions and financial services sectors, including numerous strategic joint ventures, mergers & acquisitions, Vivien has acted for some of the largest global and regional financial institutions and asset managers on legal and regulatory matters for cross-border financial markets access, investments and platform building, as well as extensive experience advising investors and other market participants. Vivien is market-leading in having developed a unique focus in her practice on corporate and regulatory issues around environmental, social and governance (ESG), sustainable finance, responsible investment, impact investing and social finance. Vivien is a key member of the Dentons Global ESG Steering Committee as the co-lead for Sustainable Finance. In this role, Vivien is active galvanising and working alongside colleagues with multi-regional and multi-sectoral knowledge and expertise within Dentons, in advising financial institutions as well as corporate clients on legal, regulatory and compliance matters over a range of ESG issues and in meeting challenges and opportunities in the transition to a low-carbon economy across key sectors and regions.

My Sustainability Goals for 2022:

On the foundation of Hong Kong’s netzero commitment, to see more businesses across sectors taking account of environment impact of their operations, products, services and supply chain, and embracing transition pathways on the green and sustainable finance infrastructure Hong Kong has established.

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