Hong Kong confirms November banking summit after ending quarantine

Hong Kong confirms November banking summit after ending quarantine

2 months ago

HONG KONG – Hong Kong confirmed Thursday it will host an international banking summit in early November, days after it lifted mandatory quarantine rules for arrivals that have battered the city’s reputation as a business hub.

The city has had a difficult three years, with a sweeping crackdown on political freedoms and the imposition of some of the world’s strictest coronavirus pandemic controls, which have kept the city isolated even as competitors reopen.

The banking summit on November 2 is expected to draw 200 participants, including the group chairmen or Chief Executive Officers of 30 major financial institutions, according to the Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA).

Read the full story

It's better on the Lumi News app

✅ It’s fast

✅ It’s easy to use

✅ It’s free

Start using Lumi

You might like ⬇️
Anwar’s decision to hold finance minister post due to ‘extraordinary circumstances’: Malaysian economic minister
CNA

CNA

Anwar’s decision to hold finance minister post due to ‘extraordinary circumstances’: Malaysian economic minister

28 minutes ago

After doom and gloom, China's propaganda shifts gears on COVID-19
CNA

CNA

After doom and gloom, China's propaganda shifts gears on COVID-19

6-year-old boy becomes youngest Singaporean to trek to Everest Base Camp
South China Morning Post

South China Morning Post

6-year-old boy becomes youngest Singaporean to trek to Everest Base Camp

Trending right now

Loading...
lumi screenshot

Switch to Malaysia’s #1 news app 🔥

News from 50+ trusted media

🔔

Get notifications for breaking news

Available in ENG, BM, and Chinese

Read More