Two IFC in Hong Kong’s Central business district. The city’s current listing regime already allows for trading in dual Hong Kong dollar-denominated and yuan-denominated stocks, but such stocks are not actively traded. Photo: Nora Tam
Two IFC in Hong Kong’s Central business district. The city’s current listing regime already allows for trading in dual Hong Kong dollar-denominated and yuan-denominated stocks, but such stocks are not actively traded. Photo: Nora Tam

Carrie Lam sets Hong Kong up to enhance role as link between China and international financial markets in policy address

  • The government’s plans will further consolidate Hong Kong’s unique role in connecting international investors and mainland markets, SFC chief says
  • City’s financial regulators set up working group to study the feasibility of promoting the trading of yuan-denominated securities in Hong Kong

Topic |   Carrie Lam policy address 2021
Two IFC in Hong Kong’s Central business district. The city’s current listing regime already allows for trading in dual Hong Kong dollar-denominated and yuan-denominated stocks, but such stocks are not actively traded. Photo: Nora Tam
Two IFC in Hong Kong’s Central business district. The city’s current listing regime already allows for trading in dual Hong Kong dollar-denominated and yuan-denominated stocks, but such stocks are not actively traded. Photo: Nora Tam
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