Beijing's increasing sensitivity around protests in Hong Kong is bringing the compromise international companies and investors take to invest in the nation to the fore.
Most of Asia’s coastal capital and commercial centres will end up facing floods unless investors, regulators and governments embrace radical policies to combat global warming.
The city's regulator and central bank must introduce guidance and rules more aggressively if they want to show that Hong Kong is committed to green finance, say industry participants.
The second half survey of alternatives data provider Preqin reveals that investors are not very confident about the future, which could lead some to re-weigh their private asset allocations.
A new research report argues that regional asset owners are emphasising the risks of climate change and artificial intelligence over potential opportunities.
The country's elimination of limits on qualified foreign institutional investor and RQFII investments is welcome and could help encourage better governance and transparency.