Geopolitical risks and a slowing global economy prompt Greater Bay Area Homeland Investments and Hong Kong tycoon Adrian Cheng's C Capital to look for private companies that are not reliant on overseas markets.
Reconnecting with mainland China and the rest of the world is great news for the city. But are policymakers and the finance industry prepared for the post-Covid era?
Despite high expectations for a finance super-highway as part of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, some say the connect schemes are faltering.
A survey on the financial future of Hong Kong, prepared for a government agency, glosses over the thornier issues of concern to global firms currently making contingency plans.
Regional transactions are bouncing back to pre-Covid levels, but experts caution that each geography requires a different investment strategy.
Under the Wealth Connect scheme launched on Friday, both mainland and Hong Kong markets are expecting higher capital flow between the two regions.
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