HKMA’s Investment Summit Kicked Off With 300 Global Financial Leaders

HKMA’s Investment Summit Kicked Off With 300 Global Financial Leaders

by November 8, 2023

The Hong Kong Monetary Authority’s (HKMA) Global Financial Leaders’ Investment Summit‘s main sessions had kicked off yesterday, bringing together around 300 international and regional leaders from 160 global financial institutions.

The HKMA hosted a welcome dinner on 6 November at the Hong Kong Palace Museum to officiate the summit.

The summit focused on the theme of “Living with Complexity” and addressed the macroeconomic challenges and evolving investment landscape facing the global financial industry.

Speakers also discussed opportunities arising from long-term trends, including the Chinese economy, technology, and sustainability.

The three-day summit will conclude today (8 November) with the “Conversations with Global Investors” investment forum co-organised by the HKMA, the Securities and Futures Commission and the Hong Kong Academy of Finance.

Live-streaming and replay of the sessions are available on the HKMA’s website.

Eddie Yue

Eddie Yue

Eddie Yue, Chief Executive of the HKMA said,

“We are living through a period of complexity and uncertainty. I hope today’s discussion has provided insights and inspirations on how we can all rise above complexities and capture new opportunities in such an environment. The HKMA – and Hong Kong more broadly – is a living proof of this spirit.


As the HKMA celebrates its 30th anniversary this year, it is worth reflecting on the trials and tribulations that we have gone through, and how Hong Kong has grown as a global financial centre in the face of adversity. With the country’s support and trust, we will continue to promote the development of Hong Kong’s financial industry and contribute to our country’s future growth.”