Want to learn how to grow your business and make the right decisions when you want to scale your business? Come learn 5 key takeaways from Mr. Moses Tsang about his approach to Investing and his impact investing story about his involvement with the Nature Conservancy.
Mr. Moses Tsang has over 40 years of investment banking and Asian capital markets experience. Prior to founding AP Capital, he was Chairman of Goldman Sachs Group. Mr. Moses Tsang is very involved in the Environment Sustainability industry. He currently serves as the Co-Chair of the Asia-Pacific Council, is a member of the Board of Directors of the Nature Conservancy, and Chairman of Plus Renewable Technologies Ltd. as an asset manager of Renewable Energy.
Date: Wednesday, September 25
Time: 5:00pm - 7:00pm
Location: Cipriani Hong Kong
Address: 12F, 2A, Des Voeux Road Central, Bank Of China Building
5:05pm: Intro to FEW Academy
5:10pm: Masterclass led by Mr. Moses
6:00pm: Happy Hour with champagne, wine, and soft beverages
7:00pm: Event wrap-up
Meet your FEW Academy Advisor
Mr. Moses Tsang is the Chairman with AP Capital Holdings and Plus Renewable Technologies Ltd. Moses has over 40 years of investment banking and Asian capital markets experience.
Prior to founding AP Capital, he was a General Partner of Goldman Sachs Group, a global investment bank, where he started the international fixed income group in New York, led the establishment of the fixed income group in Tokyo and headed the debt syndicate group in London. He served as the Chairman of Goldman Sachs (Asia) LLC between 1989 and 1994.
Moses is Co-Chair of the Asia-Pacific Council and a member of the Board of Directors of The Nature Conservancy; was a councillor of the Copenhagen Climate Council; is Chairman of; is a Trustee of the Hong Kong Centre for Economic Research, the University of Hong Kong; former Chairman of Brown Parent Council in Hong Kong; was a Non-Executive Independent Director of Fubon Bank (Hong Kong) and was an independent director of Shui On Construction and Materials Limited in Hong Kong; a current member of the Young Presidents Organization Gold.