A veteran stockbroker says that cities in the Greater Bay Area, such as Shenzhen above, offer Hong Kong’s struggling brokers a shot at boosting their business. Photo: Reuters A veteran stockbroker says that cities in the Greater Bay Area, such as Shenzhen above, offer Hong Kong’s struggling brokers a shot at boosting their business. Photo: Reuters
A veteran stockbroker says that cities in the Greater Bay Area, such as Shenzhen above, offer Hong Kong’s struggling brokers a shot at boosting their business. Photo: Reuters

Hong Kong’s dying breed of stockbrokers can carve a niche in Greater Bay Area by focusing on wealthy but neglected customers

  • Local brokers can help the Greater Bay Area’s 70 million customers with their investment needs, but growth will not come easily: Stephen Hui
  • Brokers can target wealthy individuals who do not qualify for international private banks and provide them with personalised services

Topic |   Greater Bay Area
A veteran stockbroker says that cities in the Greater Bay Area, such as Shenzhen above, offer Hong Kong’s struggling brokers a shot at boosting their business. Photo: Reuters A veteran stockbroker says that cities in the Greater Bay Area, such as Shenzhen above, offer Hong Kong’s struggling brokers a shot at boosting their business. Photo: Reuters
A veteran stockbroker says that cities in the Greater Bay Area, such as Shenzhen above, offer Hong Kong’s struggling brokers a shot at boosting their business. Photo: Reuters
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