Star Ferries cross Victoria Harbour flanked by the skyscrapers that make up Hong Kong’s financial district in December 2019. Photo: May Tse Star Ferries cross Victoria Harbour flanked by the skyscrapers that make up Hong Kong’s financial district in December 2019. Photo: May Tse
Star Ferries cross Victoria Harbour flanked by the skyscrapers that make up Hong Kong’s financial district in December 2019. Photo: May Tse
Ken Chu
Opinion

Opinion

Ken Chu

Why Hong Kong’s era as a global financial centre is far from over

  • While sceptics argue that Hong Kong’s stock market is overwhelmingly Chinese in character, the various stock and bond connect schemes between Hong Kong and the mainland ensure the global orientation of the city’s financial sector
  • The Greater Bay Area will consolidate Hong Kong’s role as the region’s financial hub

Star Ferries cross Victoria Harbour flanked by the skyscrapers that make up Hong Kong’s financial district in December 2019. Photo: May Tse Star Ferries cross Victoria Harbour flanked by the skyscrapers that make up Hong Kong’s financial district in December 2019. Photo: May Tse
Star Ferries cross Victoria Harbour flanked by the skyscrapers that make up Hong Kong’s financial district in December 2019. Photo: May Tse
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