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‘Why Hong Kong’ webinar series successfully concluded

Chairman of Fung Group and 2022 Foundation Victor Fung delivers the keynote speech at the  "Why Invest in Hong Kong – A Look to the Future" webinar, June 25, 2021. (PHOTO/HKSAR GOVERNMENT)

HONG KONG – Prominent legal professionals and renowned business leaders deliberated on various promising prospects of investing in Hong Kong during a webinar in the financial hub on Friday.

The "Why Invest in Hong Kong – A Look to the Future" webinar was the last session of the "Why Hong Kong" webinar series to showcase Hong Kong's strength and to illustrate the city's irreplaceable role to the international community.

They were co-organized by Hong Kong’s Department of Justice, the Asian Academy of International Law and Invest Hong Kong.

"With the sturdy foundation of Hong Kong as a global financial center and an international legal hub for deal-making and dispute resolution, it is beyond doubt that yet more investors around the world shall be drawn to this vibrant city," said Victor Fung, chairman of Fung Group and 2022 Foundation, while delivering a keynote speech.

Three panel discussions were held at the webinar to address the topics of "Investing in and through Hong Kong", "Investment Infrastructure in Hong Kong – New Initiatives in Legal and Finance" and "Hong Kong Going Forward in the Wake of China's Future Development".  The discussions provided insights as to how Hong Kong could grasp the opportunities brought about by the 14th Five-year Plan and the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area.

The "Why Hong Kong" series comprising four webinars answered some "Why Hong Kong" questions. They further promoted the international community's understanding of Hong Kong's unique advantages, which in turn strengthens confidence in the city's long-term economic development and competitiveness.

Hong Kong Secretary for Justice Teresa Cheng Yeuk-wah delivers the closing remarks at the "Why Invest in Hong Kong – A Look to the Future" webinar, June 25, 2021. (PHOTO/HKSAR GOVERNMENT)