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The 2021 WiFA Mentor-Mentee Programme (MMP)

The 2021 WiFA Mentor-Mentee Programme (MMP)

After a very successful 2020 program, we are now opening applications for the 2021 WiFA Mentor-Mentee Programme (MMP). This is a one year program open to women and men working in the financial services in Hong Kong. Our goal is to...

Call for Cantonese-speaking Volunteers

Call for Cantonese-speaking Volunteers

The Philanthropy Committee is calling for Cantonese-speaking #volunteers to support female leaders of grassroots organisations empowering HK women, as part of our project supporting HER Fund.We are seeking volunteers to virtually present pre-prepared content on...

WiFA 2021 Annual Outlook #BuildBackBetter

WiFA 2021 Annual Outlook #BuildBackBetter

During this WiFA Flagship Annual Event, our distinguished speakers will share their respective viewpoints about the 2021 outlook: in her opening statement Grace Hui from HKEX will present STAGE - the brand new sustainable exchange platform. During the panel, Johanna...

Celebrating WiFA x Refinitivi Engagement

Celebrating WiFA x Refinitivi Engagement

The global pandemic has brought to light a renewed focus on diversity and inclusion, reinforcing the reality that we are all in this together. We are delighted that global organizations like Refinitiv are committed to using its data as a guide to help firms...

Message from WiFA Management

Message from WiFA Management

From Bonnie Ohri The news around the world continues to be charged with unrest racial injustice protests, COVID-19 restrictions and lockdown, debates over masks, and uncertainty for the future of Hong Kong has moved into another critical phase. All of this can be...

WiFA New Board of Directors Announcement

WiFA New Board of Directors Announcement

WiFA is pleased to announce that Bonnie Ohri and Bonnie So as Board of Directors, effective from 29th June, 2020. Benedicte N. Nolens, co-chair for WiFA congratulated the new Directors, "It has been my pleasure to work with Bonnie So and Bonnie Ohri and to continue...

COVID-19 Has Left NGOs Battered

COVID-19 Has Left NGOs Battered

With 3.5 million people receiving their $10,000 Government Payout early, childhood friends Jody Tam and Cham Ho had a great idea; let’s make sure it goes to the people who need it most.  Having seen NGOs in Hong Kong cut staff, operations and services due to the...

“Love in Finance?” by Amy Fong

“Love in Finance?” by Amy Fong

In this session, facilitated by Benedicte Nolans, Amy Fong shared her personal story on finding “Love in Finance” through a journey of self-discovery and on how she realised the importance of self-love, while navigating her life, family and career on 23...