More than 2,900 government officials from around the world will be in attendance.
Hong Kong plays host to more than 2,900 government officials and business leaders from all over the world as it holds the 11th Asian Financial Forum from January 15 to 16.
According to a government press release, the two-day forum will explore ways to embrace innovation and technology to accelerate economic growth across the region.
In the forum’s opening session, Chief Executive Carrie Lam said that the Hong Kong government places great importance on financial technologies to enhance Hong Kong’s competitiveness in the global economic arena.
Hong Kong is similarly ready to capture ample opportunities with continued development of fintech and a strong regulatory regime, added Financial Secretary Paul Chan.
The forum is also held by the Trade Development Council.
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