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4th CFO Innovation Hong Kong Forum

25 September 2013, Hong Kong,

 

Along with Singapore, Hong Kong is the Asian financial centre that is most exposed to the global winds, particularly to developments in China. Now that the Chinese economy is maturing, the US is tentatively recovering and Europe is slowly coming to grips with its financial and political crisis, Hong Kong businesses are faced with fresh opportunities – but also with new risks.
 

What is finance to do? The CFO Innovation Hong Kong Forum will focus on the opportunities and challenges the finance function is likely to face this year and in the near future, arising from global and regional developments, including policy and other changes in China as well as domestic trends in Hong Kong. 

 

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