Synergic potentials and global challenges for Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Shenzhen financial hubs
Hong Kong’s future as the regional risk-management hub in China and Asia
China's emergence as the global electric vehicle manufacturing hub
Hong Kong’s common law and the future of regional ties
Fostering advancement and innovation in the Greater Bay Area and beyond
Decoding the evolving global landscape and Hong Kong's ambitions to be a hub for digital assets
Charting a path through regulatory challenges and opportunities for cypto's new frontier
China Conference: Hong Kong 2023
2023 PRESENTING SPONSOR
Manulife Hong Kong has been a trusted name for more than 125 years. Since our operations started in Asia in 1897, we have grown to become one of the top-tier providers of financial services, offering a diverse range of protection and wealth products and services to over 2.4 million customers in Hong Kong and Macau. We are committed to helping make decisions easier and lives better for our customers.
ABOUT THE CONFERENCE
China Conference: Hong Kong 2023 marks the first China Conference since the city relinquished itself from strict pandemic rules and a mask mandate in March 2023.
Bringing together senior government officials, business leaders, diplomats, and entrepreneurs, the 2023 edition seeks to examine the opportunities and burgeoning industries in the Greater Bay Area and throughout mainland China, while assessing their implications for Hong Kong and the international community.
KEY DISCUSSION TOPICS
The Hon John KC Lee, GBM, SBS, PDSM, PMSM
The Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region
WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND
Hear from government officials from Hong Kong and GBA cities on latest policy and plan to build a sustainable future for the region
Connect with GBA attendees to build new connections for business development in China
Network with other city stakeholders who share the same interest in making Hong Kong prosperous and thriving again by tapping into the large mainland China market
CHINA CONFERENCE: HONG KONG 2022 AT A GLANCE
registrants from Hong Kong and around the world
audience reach over the 2-day event
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ABOUT THE ORGANISER
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