SCMO met with the SELFKEY FOUNDATION in Hong Kong, a KYC application built on blockchain technology. It will launch its USD 20 million hard cap "public ICO" on 15.01.2018, with a USD 2.5 million soft cap, while it has already raised USD 15 million between the "private pre-sale" and the "public pre-sale".

To be more precise, SELFKEY is a blockchain based digital identity system that allows individuals and companies to truly own, control and manage their digital identity, and instantly access citizenship and residency by investment, company incorporation, fintech products, token sales, exchanges, and much more.



SCMO attended the "GOALS Green Technology Seminar" organized by WGO - WORLD GREEN ORGANIZATION in Hong Kong.

Green Technology (Greentech) helps to reduce adverse effects on the environment as well as improving productivity, efficiency and operation performance. In response to the actively sought on green initiative, the World Green Organisation (WGO) invited experts from different sectors, including aircraft, electric vehicle and information technology, to share their ideas and best practices on how to reducing energy consumption or contributing to environmental sustainability by the application of Greentech. With the rapid advancement of environmental science and technology, companies are able to remain competitive with an environmental friendly and cost effective solution. On the occasion, the tree-planting activities organized by WGO and how corporations can be a part in the carbon offset will also be introduced.

1.     Carbon Offset Programme – Tree Planting
CEO, Dr. William Yu

2.    Energy Saving in Green Office - New Wave in a Big Data World
Director, Dr. David Chan

3.     Sustainability and Best Practices
Assistant Manager, Environment, Mr. Stephen Chan

4.     An Eco-friendly Transport Revolution
Regional Director, Ms. Isabel Fan

5.      Greentech certification
Regional Project Director, Mr. Ivan Ha


SCMO attends CRISIS GROUP discussion


SCMO attended the "Geopolitical Risk Forecast: Crisis and Opportunity in 2018” discussion organized in Hong Kong by CRISIS GROUP.

International Crisis Group is an independent policy organisation that acts to prevent wars breaking out and helps to shape peace processes in more than 40 conflicts and countries. We are unique, working through deep field research, writing comprehensive reports and bringing our timely analysis to top policy makers in person.

Jean-Marie Guéhenno was until his appointment as President of the International Crisis Group in 2014 the Arnold Saltzman Professor of Professional Practice at Columbia University and Director of its centre for international conflict resolution. He is also a member of the High-Level advisory board on mediation recently created by the Secretary-General of the UN, and a Distinguished Fellow at the Brookings Institution.

In 2012, he was appointed Deputy Joint Special Envoy of the United Nations and the Arab League for Syria. He left that position to chair the commission appointed by President François Hollande to review the French Defense and National Security Posture.

Between 2000 and 2008, he served as the United Nations’ Under Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations and held the position of Chairman of the Institut des Hautes Études de Défense Nationale. He previously served as Director of the French policy planning staff and as Ambassador to the Western European Union.

Mr. Guéhenno shared his analysis on the international outlook for next year.

SCMO attends CHINA DAILY cocktail


To promote regional cooperation among countries along the Belt and Road, to strengthen connections with consulate generals in Hong Kong, and to celebrate Christmas together, CHINA DAILY ASIA LEADERSHIP ROUNDTABLE invited SCMO to attend the China Daily Asia Leadership Roundtable “Belt and Road Networking Reception”.

This event brought together consul-generals in Hong Kong, CEOs and around 200 C-level senior executives from Fortune Global 500 and China 500 companies, think tanks, academics and media practitioners from public and private sectors across Asia.

It was also open to local and international media. SCMO was briefly interviewed regarding its involvement on the "Belt and Road Initiative" and our projects in its deployment. A few lines were present in a CHINA DAILY article about SCMO.



SCMO attended the "Hong Kong - London Financial Services Forum 2017: Open Seminar" organized by HKMA - HONG KONG MONETARY AUTHORITY and HM TREASURY OF UNITED KINGDOM in Hong Kong.

Launched in 2012, the Forum aims to further deepen and broaden financial cooperation between financial institutions in Hong Kong and the UK.  This year, the half-day open seminar covered the latest development surrounding financial liberalisation in Mainland China, the Belt and Road Initiative, green finance, and fintech.  

SCMO attends LANTAU GROUP cocktail


SCMO attended LANTAU GROUP yearly cocktail party in Hong Kong.

The LANTAU GROUP team and network of affiliates provide expert economic and commercial consulting services to businesses and governments throughout the Asia Pacific region. They have deep expertise in the energy and infrastructure sectors, in regulatory economics and competition, and in commercial opportunity assessment.

SCMO attends THAILAND seminar


SCMO attended the conference "Thailand : As the second largest economy in ASEAN, How does it rank as an investment destination?" organized by STEPHENSON HARWOOD in Hong Kong.

As Thailand comes out of the official mourning period for the late King Bhumibol, but a military government remains in power,  

  • how is the economy fairing?
  • the legal framework for investment?
  • investment incentives and structures?
  • what to watch out for?
  • how to address disagreements with investment partners?

SCMO attends PINSENT MASONS conference


SCMO attended the "HK Tech Conference 2017: How Innovation is Transforming Sectors" organized by PINSENT MASONS in Hong Kong.

The conference looked at how established players in existing business sectors such as banking, construction, infrastructure and law are embracing innovation and technology to stay ahead. How do you transform a traditional business into one of the future? What challenges do you face, externally and internally? Who gets left behind?

SCMO attends Dialogue with GOOGLE GREATER CHINA


SCMO attended "Dialogue with Google Greater China President Scott Beaumont" organized by HKUST - HONG KONG UNIVERSITY FOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY and AMCHAM in Hong Kong.

A cross-industry dialogue with Google’s President of China on the future of artificial intelligence and related opportunities. Scott Beaumont, Google's President for Greater China, will share Google's vision in bringing the benefits of AI to everyone, providing new ways of looking at old problems, and helping transform how we work and live.