2016 Executive Seminar in Hong KongOctober 23-25, 2016
Hong Kong has long benefited from its open economy, stable institutions, and position as a gateway to China. It has also demonstrated a great capacity to adapt: beginning as a regional entrepôt, developing as a manufacturer, and now as a global financial center. Hong Kong investors helped turn the Pearl River Delta into the world’s workshop. Chinese companies list in Hong Kong, and the Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect allows investors to access Shanghai-listed stocks through Hong Kong’s exchange. As China’s financial system evolves, how will Hong Kong further adapt? What are the implications for the broader region?
The PPI Executive Seminar (October 23-25, 2016) provided PPI’s asset owner members a closer look at the drivers of Asia’s economies. This program focused on the unique path that Hong Kong has taken and its plan for the future in light of China’s market liberalization process. Additionally, the program addressed investment opportunities in the region, including through real assets and consumption-driven investing. As the program is designed for asset owners, the Executive Seminar also looked at how two of PPI’s members utilize their Hong Kong offices to advance their investment strategies while remaining consistent with their respective missions at home. Finally, participants discussed some of the key trends affecting the future of Asia’s trade and foreign relations.
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