The Ping An International Finance Centre lights up in the Futian district of Shenzhen. The newest blueprint could see more Hong Kong players staking a foothold in Greater Bay Area markets. Photo: SCMP The Ping An International Finance Centre lights up in the Futian district of Shenzhen. The newest blueprint could see more Hong Kong players staking a foothold in Greater Bay Area markets. Photo: SCMP
The Ping An International Finance Centre lights up in the Futian district of Shenzhen. The newest blueprint could see more Hong Kong players staking a foothold in Greater Bay Area markets. Photo: SCMP

Shenzhen embraces Hong Kong in financial markets integration plan, a prelude to easier capital controls

  • Shenzhen blueprint welcomes Hong Kong-based players with five major areas of push, including cross-border banking and insurance business
  • Decision cements stronger mainland-Hong Kong bond after China tightens grip on the Asian financial hub with security law

Topic |   Greater Bay Area
The Ping An International Finance Centre lights up in the Futian district of Shenzhen. The newest blueprint could see more Hong Kong players staking a foothold in Greater Bay Area markets. Photo: SCMP The Ping An International Finance Centre lights up in the Futian district of Shenzhen. The newest blueprint could see more Hong Kong players staking a foothold in Greater Bay Area markets. Photo: SCMP
The Ping An International Finance Centre lights up in the Futian district of Shenzhen. The newest blueprint could see more Hong Kong players staking a foothold in Greater Bay Area markets. Photo: SCMP
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