HKMA Caps off Investment Summit With Expert Insights From Global Leadersby Fintech News Hong Kong November 9, 2023
The Global Financial Leaders’ Investment Summit in Hong Kong concluded yesterday with a well-attended seminar featuring 20 global leading investors who shared their insights on navigating a challenging investment landscape.
The seminar, titled “Conversations with Global Investors,” was jointly organised by the Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA), the Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) and the Hong Kong Academy of Finance (AoF).
The three-day summit welcomed over 350 participants, including more than 90 group chairmen or CEOs from the world’s top financial institutions, representing banks, securities firms, asset owners, asset managers, private equity and venture capital firms, hedge funds and insurers.
Replay of the sessions are available on the HKMA’s website.
Eddie Yue, Chief Executive of the HKMA and Chairman of AoF said,
“This is the second year that Hong Kong has hosted the Investment Summit, and coincides with the 30th anniversary of the establishment of the HKMA. I am heartened to see the enthusiastic response to the summit.
The active participation in the summit, and the very packed schedule of many of our guests while they are here, reflect the vibrancy and significance of Hong Kong as an international financial centre”.
Julia Leung, Chief Executive Officer of SFC said,
“The seminar, as well as the summit as a whole, is a testament to the strong appeal of Hong Kong to global investors as a financial market of choice both regionally and worldwide.
I am confident that participants at the event have all walked away with better insights into both global and Asian investment opportunities that will prove valuable to their firms and clients amid prevailing macro risks.”