US Greenwich Forum To Host First International Version In Hong Kong


The Greenwich Economic Forum (GEF), a conference for the worldwide alternative investment industry, will be hosted in Hong Kong in June. This will be the first time the forum has met outside of the United States.

According to the GEF's new GEF-Hong Kong website, the two-day event, which will take place on June 15 and 16, will bring together "top international finance thought leaders at a crucial time for East-West relations and commerce."

Long COVID lockdowns, which were finally substantially lifted at the beginning of this year, severely damaged Hong Kong's economy. Since then, the former British colony and Asian financial centre has been working to entice travellers and foreign investment back.

The city conducted a Wealth Summit last month and unveiled a number of initiatives to court family offices.

The Hong Kong stock exchange is providing support for the GEF conference.

Michael Spence, the 2018 Nobel Laureate in Economics, Nicolas Aguzin, the CEO of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, and Kenny Lam, the CEO of Two Sigma Asia Pacific are among the confirmed speakers at the GEF, which was founded in Greenwich, Connecticut.

One of the most important conferences for the worldwide alternative investment market is the Greenwich Economic Forum.

The peer-to-peer environment that GEF offers contrasts with the larger "cast of thousands" type events that are typical in the sector.

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