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Expanding from GBA and beyond

Webinar: 15:00 - 16:00, 25 November 2020

Webinar: 15:00 - 16:00, 25 November 2020

Greater Bay Area (GBA) aims to connect and strengthen the 11 cities in Guangdong into a world-class economic clusters. The integration brings opportunities to businesses by bringing information, ideas and people together. Hong Kong will be the financial hub in GBA with its excellent connectivity to the world. Coming to Hong Kong could be the next step for expanding business and here is information you may wish to get yourselves prepared.  With the recent financial measures announced by PRC regulatory bodies to support the construction of GBA earlier this year, it will be a great time to be the first mover and equip yourself with GBA financial knowledge.

On 25 November, HSBC and KPMG will jointly organise a webinar to share some business insights in GBA, knowledge about the banking services in GBA, as well as the tax consideration in the region.

1.Banking Services in GBA (By HSBC)

  • Cross Border banking services in GBA
  • Bank account opening in onshore/offshore markets
  • How to effectively manage/transfer money across the border?

2.Capital Raising in GBA (By KPMG)

  • Venture Capital and IPO trends in Hong Kong, China, and United States.
  • Common considerations for cross-border related business activities such as market expansion, capital raising, tax and employment

For registration and enquiries, please contact Noiz Chu by email or call her on +852 3140 2329.

Expanding from GBA and beyond

Speakers

Eva Chung
Senior Vice President, Innovative Business and Ecosystem Partnership, Business Banking, Commercial Banking
The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited

Raymond Ling
Senior Vice President, Greater Bay Area, Commercial Banking
HSBC Bank (China) Company Limited

Irene Chu
Partner, Head of New Economy, Life Sciences and Technology, Hong Kong
KPMG China

Travis Lee
Partner, Greater Bay Area Tax Practice
KPMG China

Personal Data Collection:

  • As this webinar is hosted on a third-party platform not under the control of KPMG, by attending this webinar, HSBC will have access to your personal data and we/they may, subject to your consent, use the collected personal data for direct marketing purposes. 
  • You may withdraw your consent, request for access to and request for correction of your personal data by contacting noiz.chu@kpmg.com
  • If you do not wish to have your personal information shared as aforementioned, please indicate your preference on the registration page.  Full disclaimer can be found on the registration page.
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