Hong Kong’s financial system remains resilient despite geopolitical tensions, social unrest and Covid-19. Eddie Yue, chief executive of the Hong Kong Monetary Authority, discusses Hong Kong’s role as a gateway to China, highlighting the stock and bond connect schemes, the greater bay area development and the upcoming wealth management connect. Yue also focuses on the fintech landscape and the role Hong Kong plays as a regional hub for green finance, being a financial regulator, an investor as well as a market facilitator in the ESG field.
Speaker: Eddie Yue, Chief Executive, Hong Kong Monetary Authority
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