12 November, Hong Kong: Kowloon, Hong Kong

Agenda

Tuesday, 12 November, 2013

16:00 WELCOME

Stephanie Mehta, Executive Editor and Co-chair, MPW Summit, Fortune
Pattie Sellers
, Senior Editor at Large, Fortune; Executive Director, MPW/Live Content, Time Inc.

16:05 Big Get to Know you

A signature element in Fortune MPW events, the program begins with self-introductions by all participants.

16:15 One On One

A discussion of free markets, regulatory reform, and ways to improve financial markets in China and beyond. What systemic changes are needed to create world-class financial markets and companies in the region and around the world?

 Laura Cha, Chairman, Financial Services Development Council, Hong Kong
Interviewer: Andy Serwer, Managing Editor, Fortune

16:30 One On One

A discussion of new leadership and vision at Intel, the role of Asia in the company’s future, and working effectively with partners in the region and on a global basis.

Renee James, President, Intel
Interviewer: Stephanie MehtaFortune

16:45 INNOVATION IN THE ASIA-PACIFIC REGION

What can companies and leaders do to increase innovation and corporate competiveness? What are the region’s strengths and weaknesses on the innovation front? What kinds of software, hardware and other technology are different parts of Asia defining for the world? What are the challenges—cultural, educational, etc.–that the region must overcome an intellectual property powerhouse?

Panelists:
Renee James, President, Intel Corp.
Jennifer Li, Chief Financial Officer, Baidu
Shunee Yee, Founder and CEO, CSOFT
Moderator: Stephanie Mehta, Fortune

17:10 One On One

Liu Yang, Chairperson and Chief Investment Officer, Atlantis Investment Management (HK) Ltd. and Atlantis Investment Management Ltd.
Interviewer: Stephanie Mehta, Fortune

17:25 Women Matter: An Asian Perspective

Jin Yu, Managing Partner, Beijng, Mckinsey & Company

17:30 BOARDS ACROSS BORDERS

The leading multinational companies are actively recruiting Asian talent onto their boards, while Asia’s top companies seek to globalize their boards with the best and brightest from multinational companies. A discussion of global cross-fertilization and best boardroom practices, including the role of women in strengthening boards.
Panelist:
Alice Au, Co-head, Board Practice, Asia Pacific, Spencer Stuart
Wei Sun Christianson, Managing Director and Co-CEO, Asia Pacific and CEO, China, Morgan Stanley
Ambassador Linda Tsao Yang, Chair, Asian Corporate Governance Association
Moderator: Pattie Sellers, Fortune

17:55 NEW DIRECTIONS FOR PHILANTHROPY IN ASIA

Philanthropy has been long established in Asia, but today it’s moving beyond charitable giving to include growing business while promoting social good. For some, philanthropy is a tool for leveraging resources from both public and private sectors to generate both financial and social returns. The discussion will include impact investing, venture philanthropy, and innovative approaches that are designed to maximize impact.
Panelists:
Svida Alisjahbana, President Director and CEO, Femina Group
Annie Wu, Chairman, Executive Committee, WTCA Hong Kong; Vice Chairman, Beijing Air Catering Co. Ltd.
Huaying Zhang, Vice President of Sustainability, Greater China and Korea, Coca-Cola
Moderator: Stephanie Mehta, Fortune

18:30 Reception

19:30 –21:20 DINNER PROGRAM AND CONVERSATION

PERSPECTIVE—HOW THE NEXT GENERATION WILL SHAPE THE REGION
Welcome:
Deborah Ho, Managing Director, Co-head of Senior Relationship Management, Asia Pacific, Barclays
Remarks:
Andy Serwer, Managing Editor, Fortune
Panelists:
Avani Davda, Chief Executive Officer, Tata Starbucks
Li Yifei, China Country Chair, Man Group
Moderator: Pattie Sellers, Fortune