BEC EnviroSeries Online Conference - Urban Transport on the Move: Connecting Policies, People and Business Opportunities
Session 2: Future Private Mobility and Public Transport
Date: 27 Nov 2020 (Friday)
Time: 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Speakers *arranged in order of appearance
Mr Alok Jain
Mr Michael Chan
Mr Michael Chan Ting Bond is currently serving as Chief Operating Officer at Inchcape Greater China, a subsidiary of Inchcape Plc. (Stock Code: INCH), a company listed on the London Stock Exchange. Michael possesses extensive multi-industry experience in corporate strategy and planning, sales operation management, business development, corporate finance and change management. He commenced his career with PricewaterhouseCoopers in Sydney, Australia as a Senior Associate from February 2000 to February 2006, and then relocated to Hong Kong and joined KPMG as a manager from March 2006 to August 2007. Michael later joined Ping An of China Asset Management (Hong Kong) Company in August 2007 and served as Vice President in Global Business Development until March 2011. Michael joined Jardine Matheson Group in June 2011 and first served as the Corporate Finance Manager in Jardine Cycle & Carriage Limited in Singapore, followed by his appointment as the Corporate Planning Director in Dairy Farm Group from January 2012 to March 2014. He was subsequently appointed to Zung Fu Group in April 2014, where he served as General Manager, Strategy & Operations until April 2019.
Mr Dan Wong
Dan Wong is an expert in the fields of digital transformation and product innovation – with over 20 years of experience in Greater China and Silicon Valley. Dan is currently GM of Global Innovation at MTR Corporation, where he and his team are tasked with building new businesses and enhancing the core business with technology and partnerships. MTR is one of the most respected transport operators in the world, with operations in Stockholm, London, Sydney, Melbourne, Beijing, Hangzhou, Shenzhen, Macau, and of course Hong Kong. MTR is at the nexus of “new mobility” (new modes of transport, O2O, urbanization, smart city, and public private partnerships). There are few companies with the unique expertise and resources to capture the emerging changes before us.
Mr Gary Leung
Gary is the Head of Operational Planning Department of The Kowloon Motor Bus Co. (1933) Ltd. (“KMB”), the largest franchised bus operator in Hong Kong.
Gary joined KMB in 2013 as a full-time Bus Captain. He subsequently transferred to the back office of KMB to work on bus network planning and restructuring. Gary also served as the project managers of various special projects, including the KMB Monthly Pass which was introduced in 2018. He currently oversees the planning, scheduling and rostering sections of KMB.
Prior to joining KMB, Gary was a Manager of the Valuation and Modelling Section (Corporate Finance) of KPMG. He graduated from The Chinese University of Hong Kong with BSc in Quantitative Finance in 2008.
Mr Alexander Mastrovito
Alexander Mastrovito is Head of Sustainability at the Volkswagen Group commercial vehicle brand Scania in Asia-Pacific and Hong Kong. He was also the project leader for Scania’s deployment of autonomous trucks in Singapore and the architect of Scania’s Hong Kong Fleet Management Centre. Alexander works with driving the shift to a sustainable transport system by paving the way for zero emissions technology, waste-to-fuel, and connected vehicle solutions.
Dr Raymond Yau
Dr Raymond Yau is the General Manager, Technical Services & Sustainable Development in Swire Properties Limited. Under his leadership since 2016, he leads a number of new initiatives that are pivotal to the long-term sustainable development of the company. These include formulation of company’s wide SD 2030 Vision and strategies, digital transformation of technical services and cloud-based energy management platform, implementation of monitoring-based commissioning of all existing portfolios for deep energy savings, ESG framework of the company’s first green bond of US$500m in 2018 and the Climate Risk Assessment of its global assets. Dr Yau led to set out the Science-based Targets of Swire Properties for long-term decarbonization in accordance with The Paris Agreement and climate science that was officially approved by SBTi in November 2019.
Dr Yau had been practicing as a professional consulting engineer for over 28 years in the field of designing sustainable buildings and sustainability consulting across the Globe. He was awarded HKIE - Innovation Award for the Engineering Industry 2013 – Principal Innovator - Construction Category Champion CIC Zero Carbon Building.
Dr Yau is currently the Executive Committee Member & Board of Director of BEC since 2016 and Chairman of BEC Sustainable Living Environment Advisory Group. He is a Founding Member of IWBI Governance Council, Member of WorldGBC Embodied Carbon Primer Taskforce, Member of GRESB Standard Review Committee and Co-opted Member of Sustainable Development Committee (SDC) of the HKGBC.
He is also Committee Member of the China Green Building Council and Deputy Officer of China Association of Building Energy Efficiency – Technical Committee on Building Commissioning and Operation.
Dr Yau is Guest Professor at Chongqing University, China and LEED AP, WELL AP, Green Building Faculty, BEAM Pro, Chartered Engineer and Fellow Member of HKIE and CIBSE. Dr Yau received the 2019 International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) Leadership Award.
|11:30 – 11:45 am||
Future of Mobility and Importance of Public Transport
Mr Alok Jain, Managing Director, Trans-Consult Ltd. and Expert Trainer, International Association of Public Transport (UITP)
|11:45 – 12:00 nn||
Decarbonising private transport
Mr Michael Chan, COO, Inchcape Hong Kong
|12:00 nn– 1:00 pm||
|Fee:||For Session 2|
Council Member: HK$160
Non-BEC Member: HK$300
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