The U.S. Commercial Service presents the “U.S. Consulate Hong Kong Presents: Regtech and Fintech Opportunities in Hong Kong” Webinar
“U.S. Consulate Hong Kong Presents:
Regtech and Fintech Opportunities in Hong Kong”
Event: Regtech and Fintech Opportunities in Hong Kong Webinar
Date: Thursday, October 7, 2021
Time: 9:30 a.m. – 10:30:a.m. ET
Cost: There is no cost to view this webinar.
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- This webinar will conclude with a question and answer session.
Contact: Paul.Frost@trade.gov for more information.
Hong Kong is one of the world’s largest financial centers and is home to over 600 fintech companies. It is also is a hub of activity in fintech and regtech innovations that will shape the future of finance. U.S. companies have opportunities to connect now with Hong Kong banks and financial institutions that are adopting financial technologies to comply with regulations and to create more efficient operations. The Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) recently announced a two-year regtech roadmap to guide banks with risk management and compliance in technology adoption. Invest Hong Kong just launched Global Fast Track 2021 initiative, which includes a new networking platform for foreign startups, to accelerate fintech scaling opportunities in Hong Kong and beyond.
Join U.S. Consul General Hanscom Smith and leading Hong Kong industry experts to learn more about opportunities for U.S. engagement in Hong Kong’s regulatory and financial technology space ahead of Hong Kong Fintech Week (in a virtual format) on November 1-5. Following prepared remarks by the speakers, there will be a Q&A session.
U.S. Consul General in Hong Kong and Macau, Hanscom Smith
Ms. Aveline San, Citi, Regional Chief Compliance Officer
Mr. Richard Lord, HSBC, Regional Chief Information Officer
Mr. King Leung, Invest Hong Kong, Head of FinTech
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