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HKEX Hosts Forum on 40th Anniversary of China’s Reform and Opening Up

Updated: 30 May 2018

Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEX) will host a forum this Friday (1 June) to mark the 40th anniversary of Mainland China’s opening and reform, with keynote speeches and panel discussions exploring Hong Kong’s future role as Chinese markets develop further.

The forum, titled “A New Journey for a New Era – The Future of Hong Kong’s Capital Market” was initiated by C Y Leung, Vice Chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, and co-organised by the Chinese Association of Hong Kong and Macao Studies, the One Country Two Systems Research Institute, the Chinese Financial Association of Hong Kong, the Chinese Securities Association of Hong Kong, as well as HKEX.

The forum will also review Hong Kong’s contributions over the years to the opening up of Mainland China’s capital markets.

Distinguished guests at the forum include:

C Y Leung, Vice Chairman of the National Committee of the CPPCC
Edward Yau, Acting Hong Kong Financial Secretary
Zhou Xiaochuan, former Governor of the People’s Bank of China
Jiang Yang, Vice Chairman of China Securities Regulatory Commission
Lou Jiwei, Chairman of the National Council for Social Security Fund
Huang Qifan, Vice Chairman of Financial Committee of the 12th National People’s Congress
Jin Qi, Chairman of Silk Road Fund
Tu Guangshao, Vice Chairman and President of China Investment Corporation
Fang Fenglei, Chairman of Hopu Investments
Xu Ze, President of the Chinese Association of Hong Kong and Macau Studies
Qiu Hong, Deputy Director of the Liaison Office of the Central People's Government in the HKSAR
Joseph Yam, Non-official member of Hong Kong Executive Council
Carlson Tong, Chairman of Securities and Futures Commission of Hong Kong
Bi Mingjian, CEO and Chairman of Management Committee of China International Capital Corporation
Levin Zhu, Consultant of China International Capital Corporation

The forum can be viewed via live webcast

The forum is also co-sponsored by Hong Kong Securities Association, Hong Kong Securities Professionals Association and the Institute of Securities Dealers.

Please visit here for details of forum programme.

 

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