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CFA Society Hong Kong 30th Anniversary

CFA Society Hong Kong (the Society) is celebrating the 30th anniversary of its founding in 1992. In celebration of its achievements, the Society rolled out a series of marketing communications programs to increase our brand awareness. The Society shares the mission of CFA Institute in raising the professional and ethical standards of financial analysts and investment practitioners through advocacy and continuing education efforts. In addition to promoting the CFA designation in Hong Kong, the Society aims to provide a forum for members, CFA Institute, other investment practitioners and regulators for networking and the exchange of industry insights and best practices. The Society is led by the Board of Directors, monitored by its Non-Executive Directors (NEDs) and advised by the Advisory Board, providing a broad range of perspectives on issues relating to the Society and protecting the interests of members. The Society is mostly run by member volunteers with the support of a team of fu

Electoral staff training sessions held

The Registration & Electoral Office (REO) said it has, over the past two weeks, arranged training and practice sessions with simulated scenarios for staff who will work during the Legislative Council General Election on December 19.   It explained that on the polling day, more than 38,000 civil servants from different bureaus and departments will discharge their electoral duties at different posts as they work in polling, counting and central counting stations.   The goal of the trainining is to get the staff familiarised with details of the workflow and arrangements so that the election can be conducted smoothly, the REO noted.   It stressed that it has held numerous training sessions to brief the staff on polling and counting procedures.   Plus, training and practice forums with simulated scenarios were arranged to enhance staff efficiency in handling matters in relation to queuing, issuing ballot papers, polling, counting of votes and complaints, as well as their response in the event of contingencies.   The sessions covered the set-up of polling stations and preparation work, contingency measures for the Electronic Poll Register system, procedures for converting a polling station to a counting station, immediate actions to take after the close of polls and points to note for sorting and counting votes.   The REO added that it will continue to arrange such training for staff to ensure a smooth workflow, accuracy and efficiency, as well as to enhance their co-ordination and response capabilities for the election.
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