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16 Jun 2009 HKSFA is pleased to have invited Mr. Jean-Francois Meymandi to present a luncheon on renewable energy ? solar, with a focus on the following

    The Hong Kong Society of Financial Analysts

    Presents a Luncheon on

    "Renewable Energy Solar"

    th9 July 2009 (Thursday)

    12:45 p.m. 2:00 p.m.

    HKUST Business School Central

    th15 Floor, The Hong Kong Club Building

    3A Chater Road, Central, Hong Kong

HKSFA is recognized by The Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) as an institution for providing

    Continuous Professional Training (CPT) Program. This event is qualified for 1 CPT hour.

As the recognized institution approved under SFC’s CPT Program, the 1 CPT hour of this event is to

    receive due recognition from the Mandatory Provident Fund Scheme Authority (MPFA) as non-core

    CPD hours.

This event is also qualified for 1 Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Hour for Registered

    Business Valuers (RBV) of Business Valuation Forum (BVF).

    As a participant in the CFA Institute Approved-Provider Program, the Hong Kong Society

    has determined that the above event qualifies for credit for the CFA Institute Professional

    Development Program. Eligible for 1 CE credit hour.

    Suite 1604, 16th Floor, The Hong Kong Club Bldg., 3A Chater Road, Central, Hong Kong Tel: (852) 2521 2543 Fax: (852) 2869 4800 E-mail: info@hksfa.org URL: http://www.hksfa.org A MEMBER SOCIETY OF CFA INSTITUTE

    "Renewable Energy Solar"

HKSFA is pleased to have invited Mr. Jean-Francois Meymandi to present a luncheon on

    renewable energy solar, with a focus on the following:

    1. Why China is developing Renewable Energy

    2. Recent China Solar feed in Tariff Announcement China and benefitting Chinese Solar

    Companies

    3. Solar A new growth era with winners and losers

    - Silicon solar cells were first developed at the Bell

    Laboratories, USA, in 1954. Their efficiency was about 4%. Flexible Solar Cells - Solar cells made of crystalline silicon are currently the most popular type worldwide.

    - Lighter, thin-film solar cells made of amorphous silicon are

    also used, for example in pocket calculators and watches.

    The advantages of these thin cells include the small amount

    of energy and materials used in their manufacture.

    However, their poor efficiency is a major drawback.

    - To improve their efficiency, new materials and processes

    have been undergoing tests for some time. In the longer

    term this should help increase the use of photovoltaics, which still account for a very modest proportion of total

    electricity production.

About the Speaker:

Mr. Jean-Francois Meymandi

    Analyst

    SAM Sustainable Asset Management AG

    Mr. Jean-Francois Meymandi is an analyst in SAM's research team covering the renewable energy and

    electric utilities sectors. Prior to joining SAM, he worked as a business analyst covering the biofuel

    industry at EasEnergy, a corporate venture of EDF (Electricité de France), based in California. Mr.

    Meymandi holds a Masters in Management with a specialization in Finance from Euromed-Marseille,

    France and an MBA from Pepperdine University, Malibu, USA.

SAM Sustainable Asset Management AG is active in the field of sustainable investments since 1995.

    Today, it is one of the world’s leading institutions in this sector and manages over USD 10bn. Its

    clientele includes Sovereign Wealth Funds, banks, insurance companies, pension funds, endowments,

    family offices and UHNWIs. It offers a comprehensive range of theme-related products in the area of

    Water, Smart energy, Climate and New Materials.

    Suite 1604, 16th Floor, The Hong Kong Club Bldg., 3A Chater Road, Central, Hong Kong Tel: (852) 2521 2543 Fax: (852) 2869 4800 E-mail: info@hksfa.org URL: http://www.hksfa.org A MEMBER SOCIETY OF CFA INSTITUTE

    "Renewable Energy Solar"

Venue : HKUST Business School Central

    th15 Floor, The Hong Kong Club Building, 3A Chater Road, Central, HK

    thDate: Thursday, 9 July 2009

Time: Registration 12:45 p.m. 1:00 p.m.

    Presentation 1:00 p.m.

     (Sandwiches and drinks will be served)

Fee: HKSFA Member(s) at $100/person

     CFA Candidate(s) for Year 2008/09 at $150/person

     Guest(s) and non- Member(s) at $200/person

Registration :

    1. Interested parties are requested to register online at http://www.hksfa.org. 2. Registration is only confirmed upon receipt of payment.

    3. After completing the online registration and payment process, registrants will receive email

    notifications with registration details. A reminder will also be sent before the event begins.

    If you have not received the email notification and reminder from HKSFA, it is the

    delegate’s responsibility to contact HKSFA to confirm their place.

Policy for Substitutions, Cancellations and No Show :

1. An administration fee HK$50 will be charged for any cancellation of confirmed enrollment.

    All cancellation requests must be made in writing, be confirmed by email from HKSFA.

    2. Registrations should be paid in full before the commencement of the event. Immediate

    payment is required upon email confirmation. Full amount will still be charged for no

    ndshow or enrolment made after 2 July 2009. Should the registration fee remains outstanding,

    HKSFA reserves the right to disallow entrance to the event.

    3. Refund of the event fee (less an administration fee of HK$50 per person) will be given for

    ndcancellation received on/before Thursday, 2 July 2009. For payment made by credit card,

    refund will be handled through the bank, please allow 4 to 6 weeks for processing. The

    amount will be refunded to the paid credit card account.

    nd4. No refund will be given for cancellation received after 2 July 2009. 5. Substitutions are allowed. Please notify us prior to the event. Non-member rate applies

    if the substitute is not an HKSFA member.

    6. To be awarded CPT/CPD/CE credit hours, full attendance of all parts of the event is

    required.

    Suite 1604, 16th Floor, The Hong Kong Club Bldg., 3A Chater Road, Central, Hong Kong Tel: (852) 2521 2543 Fax: (852) 2869 4800 E-mail: info@hksfa.org URL: http://www.hksfa.org A MEMBER SOCIETY OF CFA INSTITUTE

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