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UK-Hong Kong partnership on the RMB market

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UKTI promotes the UK as an RMB and global fund management centre to a Hong Kong audience of international asset managers.

Nearly 80 industry players attended a UK Trade and Investment (UKTI) event in Hong Kong on 26 January 2015 that examined the UK as an RMB and global fund management centre. The audience of UK, Chinese and international asset managers, bankers and intermediaries filled the venue at the prestigious Hong Kong Mandarin Oriental.

Speeches and discussions at the event explored:

  • opportunities as China internationalises
  • the strength of the UK’s offer
  • the process of investing in the UK

Expert speakers and panellists included:

  • HSBC
  • Clifford Chance
  • UK Investment Management Association
  • Deloitte
  • Harvest Global Investments

UK Consul General Caroline Wilson stressed the ongoing importance of the UK’s partnership with Hong Kong on the RMB market, and reviewed a successful 2014

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