Hong Kong FinTech Week is returning in 2022 bringing together global thought-leaders, entrepreneurs, and renowned financial institutions. 

The leading global FinTech event of Asia is returning this year from October 31st to November 4th, hosting a hybrid conference and events both in person and virtually. Invest Hong Kong (InvestHK), along with the Hong Kong government’s Treasury Bureau, will be holding their seventh edition of Hong Kong FinTech Week 2022 (HKFW) at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC) in Wan Chai.

Bringing together an even more impressive line-up of speakers, the event will be inspired by the theme of “Pushing Boundaries, Reaping Benefits,” this year, exploring four key topics: global FinTech outlook, FinTech in Mainland China and the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, the implementation of emerging technologies, and digital assets.

Hong Kong Fintech Week Returns in 2022 with an Impressive Event & Speaker Line-up


Bringing together 250 distinguished speakers, 400 renowned sponsors and exhibitors, and over 30 international delegations, HKFW is set to attract over 20,000 attendees in person and over 3 million views online.

Notable headline speakers for this year’s event include Hong Kong’s Financial Secretary, Mr Paul Chan, the Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA), Mr Eddie Yue, and the Director-General of Investment Promotion, Invest Hong Kong, Mr Stephen Phillips.

Featured global thought-leaders who will also be speaking include the Co-founder and Executive Chairman of Animoca Brands, Mr Yat Siu, the Chief Executive Officer of New World Development Company Limited, Mr Adrian Cheng, the Chief Executive, Hong Kong, HSBC, Ms Luanne Lim, the Vice President of Meta APAC, Mr Dan Neary, and international fashion designer and the founder of VIVIENNE TAM, Ms Vivienne Tam.

Participating sponsors include the Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation, Bank of China (Hong Kong), Citi, Standard Chartered Bank (Hong Kong), DBS Bank, HashKey Group, PwC, TransUnion, AIA, Amazon Web Services, Bank of East Asia, Deloitte, Digital Asset, First Digital Trust, Hong Kong Digital Asset Exchange, RD Technologies, Shanghai Stock Exchange, and Bindo Labs.

Hong Kong Fintech Week Returns in 2022 with an Impressive Event & Speaker Line-up


Diving into the “Global FinTech Outlook,” HKFW will establish the foundations required for a future-ready ecosystem and regulation for a new era of post pandemic recovery. Despite significant economical setbacks and challenges faced over the past years, FinTech innovation is at its peak, with new business models breaking boundaries and collaboration becoming essential for growth.

Speakers will explore Hong Kong’s FinTech scene’s potential alongside Asia, and the world, and how government policies, regulatory frameworks, and key partnerships will help to realise this aspiration.

Exploring the “Implementation of Emerging Technology,” Hong Kong’s unique tech ecosystem has been an appropriate setting for bringing FinTech innovations to life and facilitate development in prominent areas such as RegTech, Trade Finance,
InsurTech, Mobile Payments, Digital Banking, and more. Learn how emerging technologies are shaping the future of finance, unlock new opportunities, and get inspired by some of the most innovative use cases in the market.

HKFW has positioned Hong Kong as the Asia hub for FinTech in Web3, as the city continues to adopt “Digital Assets” and the government begins to explore regulatory frameworks to unlock the potential of Web3, metaverse, blockchain, and other important emerging technologies.

The HKMA is expected to speak  on the potential of Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) and “e-CNY” at their policy statement.

Hong Kong Fintech Week Returns in 2022 with an Impressive Event & Speaker Line-up


Tickets and more event details can be found here.

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