Future and Investment Opportunity in Hong Kong-Macao-Guangdong Greater Bay Area

Future and Investment Opportunity in Hong Kong-Macao-Guangdong Greater Bay Area


China’s Central Committee of the Communist Party and The State Council jointly issued the plans for the development of Hong Kong-Macao-Guangdong Greater Bay area on 18 February 2019, aiming to develop the eleven cities of the region into a leading international innovation & technology hub and a powerful world-class city cluster.  By 2022, the region will form a world-class city cluster; and by 2035, the region should be developed into an international first-class area. According to the plans, Hong Kong will continue its development as an international financial, transportation and trade Centre within the area. This will attract both mainland and overseas capital, firms and talent coming into this area. This seminar will touch on the opportunities opened to Hong Kong Financial Services and the coming investment theme.


1. Hong Kong-Macao-Guangdong Greater Bay Area Development Plan Key Points
2. The Future Development Path
3. Investors Response
4. Details Analysis by Industry and Geographical Features
5. Opportunity to Hong Kong Financial Services Industry
6. The Execution Plan
7. New Development Zone Economics
8. Investment Theme and Risks

Speaker/Course Instructor

Dominic WU
Mr Wu possesses over 20 years of experience in banking, securities, assets management and consultancy. He is a qualified accountant, fraud examiner and professional risk manager. He obtained his MBA from the University of Hull, UK.

Mr Wu is currently the Chairman of Asia Financial Risk Think Tank and Hong Kong Chapter of the Institute of Operational Risk (IOR). He is advisor of various financial institutions, associations and universities in HK, China and Singapore on investment and risk related matters. He has published articles and whitepapers on current financial and risk management topics in Chinese and Western public and government media.


Date & Time
Monday, 29 Apr 2019 (6:30PM - 9:30PM)
HKSI Institute Training Centre
SFC:3.00, PWMA:3.00
All Member: HK$750
Staff of Corporate Member: HK$750
Non-Member: HK$1500