Hong Kong’s finance sector has suffered accusations of being overly traditional, slow and out of touch. But its evolution shows signs of a fresher future for finance.
From virtual banks to crypto assets to green finance and everything in between, finance is finding a new pulse in Hong Kong.
For the city’s future success, it’s an evolution which might just be crucial.
Who we spoke to in this edition:
Alex Kong, CEO & Founder, TNG Wallet – ‘Branches for the unbanked’
Charles d’Haussy, Head of FinTech, InvestHK – ‘FinTech, frankly’
Louis Lau, Partner, Capital Markets Advisory Group, KPMG – ‘A share of the spoils’
Pascal Gauthier, President, Ledger – ‘Crypto comes of age’
Paul Chan, Financial Secretary, HKSAR Government – ‘Green light for green finance’
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