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Financial Services

Hong Kong is a leading global financial centre with liquid capital markets, a fully convertible currency (the Hong Kong Dollar) and the free flows of goods, information and people. It is consistently ranked among the world’s leaders in terms of stock market capitalisation, IPO fund-raising, asset management, banking and insurance.

Located at the heart of Asia,Hong Kong is fully plugged into the round-the-clock global financial trading cycle, providing sure and seamless connectivity with major financial hubs in Europe and North America as well as the Middle East and across Asia, including Mainland China.

As China’s global financial hub, Hong Kong is well-established as the largest offshore Renminbi business centre and a vanguard for the ongoing internationalisation of the Renminbi and cross-boundary financial connectivity through various Stock Connect and Bond Connect schemes.

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Learn more:
Booklet - Financial Services Development Council: Overview of Hong Kong Financial Services Industry
Booklet - Hong Kong: Leading International Financial Centre Connects China and the World
Policy Address 2018 – Diversified Economy
Press Release - HKMA, Research Bureau of PBoC and HKGFA jointly hold Green Finance in Action study tour
Press Release - Asian Financial Forum promotes sustainable growth and inclusive future
Speeches at Asian Financial Forum 2019 - CEand FS (keynote luncheon/ cocktail reception)
Press Release - Agreement on Trade in Goods signed under framework of CEPA
Press Release - IMF commends Hong Kong's strong buffers and robust policy frameworks despite increasing global risks
Press Release - FSDC welcomes Policy Address
Press Release - HKSAR Government and AIIB sign Special Fund Contribution Agreement
Press Release - Launch of eTradeConnect and collaboration with

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Last revision date: Jan 16, 2019