Global Family Office Hub: How do family offices invest through Hong Kong? In-Person Event on Nov 10 (Thurs) | Virtual Event on Nov 11 (Fri)
Asia-Pacific will be home to over one-third of the world’s billionaire population, the second largest wealth hub by 2026. Till then, APAC will remain the fastest growing region for Ultra High-Net-Worth Individual (UHNWI) and High-Net-Worth Individual (HNWI) population. Among them, a significant wealthy population is expected to arise from China, ranked as the third growth engine of UHNWI globally. Yet, China and the region do not have a long-standing history of wealth management and family offices. With the rapid wealth accumulation and the changing mindset in wealth allocation, the demand for single family offices, multi family offices, private banking, and other related services are on the rise. How is the landscape taking shape and what can Hong Kong, a traditional financial and wealth hub, offer to the Asian-grown new wealth and European and American multi-generation wealthy families?
The South China Morning Post presents the two-day event as part of our Redefining Hong Kong series, to connect the local and global wealth management communities to discuss and explore the future of wealth management and Hong Kong as one of the prominent family office hubs. Across the two-day sessions, we will be joined by experts in private banking, family offices, philanthropic institutions, asset management and legal services to discuss, network and explore the wayforward in the city.
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The Redefining Hong Kong series facilitates communication and cooperative action among senior executives to pursue like-minded objectives for improving the innovation landscape in Hong Kong. Taking place over the course of four meetings in 2022/23, attendees will hear from experts and thought-leaders and have their say through Q&A and roundtable discussions. With your participation, Redefining Hong Kong will unleash Hong Kong's innovative potential, and push for quicker, more meaningful progress in the city.
With the support from EY, the series' founding sponsor, Redefining Hong Kong has brought awareness to challenges facing the city's economy and industries. Like the South China Morning Post, EY is committed to doing its part in building a better working world and creating strong positive outcomes. To learn more about EY and its initiatives, click here>
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