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FDRC Briefing Sessions - Consultation Conclusions on “Proposals to Enhance the Financial Dispute Resolution Scheme”


The Financial Dispute Resolution Centre (“FDRC”) has recently announced the Consultation Conclusions on “Proposals to Enhance the Financial Dispute Resolution Scheme” (“Consultation Conclusions”). The amended terms will be effective from 1 January 2018, except for the part relating to small enterprises, which will be effective from 1 July 2018.


Invitation and Materials

You are cordially invited to attend the Briefing Sessions. You may download the Consultation Conclusions and the related powerpoint presentations at the following links:

http://www.fdrc.org.hk/en/doc/FDRC_consultation_conclusions_en.pdf  (Consultation Conclusions in Chinese)

http://www.fdrc.org.hk/tc/doc/FDRC_consultation_conclusions_tc.pdf (Consultation Conclusions in English)

http://www.fdrc.org.hk/en/doc/FDRC_consultation_conclusions_ppt_en.pdf (powerpoint in English)

http://www.fdrc.org.hk/tc/doc/FDRC_consultation_conclusions_ppt_tc.pdf (powerpoint in Chinese)


Two Time Slots Available

(Note: Same contents for the two sessions)



21 Sep 2017



2:30pm – 4:00pm



5:30pm – 7:00pm

Number of Seats Available for Each Session

About 300


Information of the Briefing Sessions

Auditorium, 1/F, Duke of Windsor Social Service Building, 15 Hennessy Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong

CEO, Assistant Dispute Resolution Manager & Senior Case Officer, FDRC



Registration deadline:
15 Sep 2017 (Friday) close of business

Registration method:
Please fill in the registration form and send it via email to pr@fdrc.org.hk. Registrations by email only. Confirmation letter will be sent on or before 19 September 2017. Seats are on a ‘first-come-first-served’ basis. If full, you will be put on waiting list. We may arrange another session(s) and notify you.

CPT Requirements:
This session may fulfil CPT requirements of the Securities and Futures Commission and obtain 1.5 CPD points from FDRC. Please refer to SFC’s Guidelines on Continuous Professional Training and FDRS Standards and Procedures.

pr@fdrc.org.hk / 3199 5109 

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