Does the post-corona world need international financial cities? With overseas business trips virtually impossible in the near future and people discovering the joy and efficiency of working remotely, it is a legitimate question. While the answer is probably yes, the concept requires a new definition. What are the critical conditions financial hub cities in Asia should have? Are existing cities succeeding in providing what financial communities need and desire? Please join us as we discuss the topic with the following panelists.
Eddie Yue: Chief Executive, Hong Kong Monetary Authority
Ryuzo Himino: Vice Minister for International Affairs, Financial Service Agency
Hiroshi Nakaso: Chairman, Daiwa Research Institute
Toshiyasu Iiyama, Deputy President, Nomura Securities
This event will be held online. We will be using Webex, instead of our usual Zoom, to facilitate wider participation. If you are a first time user of Webex, please join online in advance to ensure you have time for additional registration process.
Structure of the Panel (Tokyo Time)
12:00-12:05 Welcome and introduction
12:05-12:45 The first panel "The reason d'etre of financial hub cities post-corona"
12:50-13:20 The second panel "What are the critical infrastructures of financial hub cities in Asia?"
Each session includes 25 minutes of discussion among Panelists and participants
13:20-13:30 Wrap-up and closing remarks
The event is sponsored by Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, Japan