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by: The Beat Asia
October 14, 2022
Held between Oct. 31 and Nov. 4, the 2022 Hong Kong Fintech Week will take place at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.
A joint event organised by the Financial Services and the Treasury Bureau and InvestHK, and co-organised by the Hong Kong Monetary Authority and the Insurance Authority and the Securities and Futures Commission, the convention is one of Asia’s biggest fintech expos and has previously drawn in over 20,000 attendees and more than 400 fair exhibitors. This year’s theme is “Pushing Boundaries, Reaping Benefits.”
Kicking off with an on-site conference over Oct. 31 to Nov. 1, the fair has invited guest speakers from across the industry to share their experiences, guidance, and forecasts. Also on showcase are exhibitor booths that allow for direct opportunities for collaboration and engagement. There will also be a variety of tech demo sessions, a pitching competition, a startup showcase area, as well as fintech workshops all around.
Topics will largely focus on international perspectives on fintech, the emerging Mainland Chinese market, the implementation of new and upcoming technologies, in addition to digital assets. The remainder of events will be held online, accessible through the official website here.
Many big names have graced the roster of the 2021 iteration of Fintech Week, including representatives of Axa, AIA, Google, Credit Suisse, and more. The 2022 conference is expected to welcome more than 250 speakers, 400 sponsors and exhibitors, and over 30 international delegations.
Click here to see the full schedule of keynotes, with additional details on speakers and conference topics. Book your tickets now by clicking here.
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