The South China Morning Post’s China Conference: Hong Kong returns once again to bring together business leaders, policy makers and researchers from Hong Kong, China and the international community to discuss and debate what the immediate future holds for Hong Kong, while considering Hong Kong’s long-term position within the Greater China framework.
HKGFA Co-chair of the Green and Sustainable Insurance Working Group; Managing Director of ESG, PAG Polymer Capital Management Anthony Cheung spoke at the Panel Discussion: How Hong Kong can build itself as the insurance hub for the Greater Bay Area (GBA) on July 27th, 2022, exploring how Hong Kong insurers’ are searching for new opportunities – vying for the cross-border insurance market and growth opportunities in GBA.
How Hong Kong can build itself as the insurance hub for the Greater Bay Area (GBA)
Hong Kong is one of the most open insurance markets in the world with the highest concentration of insurers and the highest insurance density in Asia. And now, Hong Kong insurers’ are searching for new opportunities – vying for the cross-border insurance market and growth opportunities in GBA through the ‘insurance connect’ scheme. How can Hong Kong establish itself as an insurance hub for GBA? What challenges and opportunities will Hong Kong insurers face when setting up offices and service desks in the Bay Area?
- Clement Cheung, GBS, JP, Chief Executive Officer, Insurance Authority
- Carrie Tong, Chief Strategy Officer, Manulife Hong Kong and Macau and Head of Macau Branch Manulife (International) Limited
- Anthony Cheung, Managing Director of ESG, PAG Polymer Capital Management; Co-chair, the Green and Sustainable Insurance Working Group of the Hong Kong Green Finance Association (HKGFA)
- Selina Lau, Chief Executive, The Hong Kong Federation of Insurers
Moderator: Enoch Yiu, Chief Reporter, Business, South China Morning Post