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Asian Financial Forum 2018
The annual Asian Financial Forum (AFF) brings together some of the most influential leaders of global financial and business community to discuss developments and trends in the dynamic markets of Asia and beyond. Join us on 15 – 16 January 2018 at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre to hear from distinguished voices in government, finance and business sharing their insights on “Steering Growth and Pioneering Innovation: Asia and Beyond”.
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00:30 13 Oct 2017
Christian Noyer at AFF 2017
Banque de France's Christian Noyer says that when the UK leaves the single market, Paris will be a natural option as a European financial center.
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02:03 23 Mar 2017
Ding Xuedong at AFF 2017
Ding Xuedong, chairman and CEO of China Investment Corporation, says that foreign investors are needed to support infrastructure plans in the U.S.
http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?video=3000584548
03:55 23 Mar 2017
Eoghan Murphy at AFF 2017
Eoghan Murphy, Ireland"s minister of state for financial services, says Dublin could be an option for financial services firms currently based in London.
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01:52 23 Mar 2017
Kiatchai Sophastienphong at AFF 2017
Kiatchai Sophastienphong, vice minister for finance of Thailand, discusses potential fallout from Trump policies.
http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?video=3000584384
01:48 23 Mar 2017
Ksenia Yudaeva at AFF 2017
Ksenia Yudaeva, first deputy governor at the Bank of Russia, talks about what"s influencing central bank policy.
http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?video=3000584365
02:09 23 Mar 2017
Raghuram Rajan at AFF 2017 (1)
Raghuram Rajan at The University of Chicago Booth School of Business talks about the prospects of a trade war and central bank independence.
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02:27 23 Mar 2017
Raghuram Rajan at AFF 2017 (2)
Raghuram Rajan at The University of Chicago Booth School of Business weighs in on the effect of Trump"s proposed policies on the world.
http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?video=3000584589
02:04 23 Mar 2017
Simon Kirby at AFF 2017
Simon Kirby, economic secretary to the Treasury in the UK, talks about the impact of Brexit on the financial services sector in London.
http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?video=3000584382
01:27 23 Mar 2017
AFF 2017: Blueprints for the Belt and Road
Kazakhstan’s Astana International Financial Centre is to be launched in 2018 and Governor Kairat Kelimbetov said Hong Kong was a case study for successful financial markets and services for a new regional hub. Speaking on the sidelines of AFF 2017, he said Hong Kong and Astana were both “connectors” under China’s Belt and Road Initiative and the AFF provided a good opportunity to present the developing Central Asian financial marketplace.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/jnoEbolnEhM
04:53 27 Feb 2017
AFF 2017: Introducing Network of Networks
IBM is part of an online community that in 2017 is introducing a “network of networks” based on Blockchain or Distributed Ledger Technology that creates distributed, consensus-driven databases for direct transactions. John Wolpert, IBM’s Global Blockchain Offering Director says the so-called Hyperledger Fabric architecture is in the “next wave” and sharing information with top-level financial experts at AFF 2017 has been very useful to him.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/cVFbT1mJAqk
04:08 27 Feb 2017
AFF 2017: Market Optimism, Belt and Road Tonic
The US faces at least three interest rate hikes in 2017 if the new US President delivers on promises, said AFF keynote speaker Mohamed El-Erian. Second keynote speaker Raghuram Rajan expected stronger US growth short term based on market optimism. He believed China’s Belt and Road Initiative could link Asia together, with Hong Kong in a connector role. Dr El-Erian said the AFF 2017 itself “exceeded expectations”.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/uWPraX7gxJ4
05:04 27 Feb 2017
Centre for Financial Innovation
Hong Kong is Asia’s centre for financial innovation with considerable talent from a technical development perspective, said Melissa Guzy, Co-Founder of Hong Kong-based venture capital firm, Arbor Ventures. Speaking on the sidelines of AFF 2017 she said the event showed an exciting development: how entrepreneurship was converging with financial institutions.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/sYPV5EYEeo8
03:18 27 Feb 2017
Connecting Asian and Russian Investors
Hong Kong is a highly important point of contact for investors in Asia and Russia in both directions said the First Deputy Governor of the Bank of Russia. It comes at a time when Russia’s economy is emerging from recession with stronger global oil prices said Ksenia Yudaeva, speaking on the sidelines of AFF 2017, while China’s Belt and Road Initiative will benefit all countries, including Russia.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/-UPQo0jZLh4
04:15 27 Feb 2017
Technology Push into Asian Markets
Asian financial markets offer the biggest opportunities globally for technology innovation according to Lars Ottersgård, Head of Nasdaq Market Technology, in areas such as trading, clearing, index calculation, risk management and surveillance. On the sidelines of AFF 2017 he said the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong (HKEX) is a major client and the SAR is a gateway to Asia for technology providers. The AFF provides “big value” to meet high-level participants.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/9L0_JWFWpHE
03:43 27 Feb 2017
Ding Xuedong at AFF: Investment Strategies ahead of Uncertainty
Since the global financial crisis started in 2008, economic recovery has been uneven – with 2017 opening to myriad uncertainties which may have a lasting impact on prospects for recovery. Markets are bracing for an end to low interest rates and political change. To explore how the global economy and capital markets may be impacted, the HKTDC spoke with Ding Xuedong, Chairman & CEO of China Investment Corporation, on the sidelines of the 2017 Asian Financial Forum.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/9L0_JWFWpHE
05:40 27 Jan 2017
AFF 2017: Hong Kong’s Central Role in Green Finance
About 85 per cent of China’s domestic requirement for some US$300 billion a year of investments in transitioning to a sustainable environment will come from private sources, said Tim Freshwater, Chairman of Goldman Sachs Asia Bank Limited – and Hong Kong’s international financial status is expected to be vital. Speaking after an AFF 2017 breakfast panel, he said green finance also tied closely into China’s Belt and Road Initiative.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/2vA_AdilCnw
05:00 24 Jan 2017
Raghuram Rajan at AFF: Belt and Road Boon
With concern about anti-globalisation policies in developed countries medium term, China’s Belt and Road Initiative is an important factor linking Asia together in a multilateral approach, said Dr Raghuram Rajan at AFF 2017. The former Reserve Bank of India Governor also said Hong Kong could act as a super-connector to the Initiative, given important Belt and Road requirements for design, finance and construction management.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/ffSFOzhkNhs
05:26 24 Jan 2017
El-Erian at AFF: Belt and Road Add-On to Multilateral System
Commenting beside the Asian Financial Forum 2017 in Hong Kong, keynote speaker Dr Mohamed El-Erian described China’s Belt and Road Initiative as a supplement to the multilateral trading system, with Hong Kong contributing significantly to the Belt and Road’s development. The Chief Economic Advisor with Allianz, and Chair of the US Global Development Council, also said he expected the US dollar to strengthen with about three interest rate hikes in 2017 and the prospect of US economic growth.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/UfnAifzsLGA
05:01 17 Jan 2017
Asian Financial Forum 2017
The strong US dollar and low oil prices are unlikely to result in higher inflation and quicker interest rate rises in the US in the near future, where the economy is undergoing a solid and moderate recovery, says Ben Bernanke, former Chairman of the United States Federal Reserve System. Speaking beside the Asian Financial Forum 2016 he also said he believes Hong Kong will play an important role in China’s Belt and Road Initiative.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/66ahkmkWoTc
00:30 20 Dec 2016
Christian Noyer at AFF 2017
Banque de France's Christian Noyer says that when the UK leaves the single market, Paris will be a natural option as a European financial center.
http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?video=3000584366
02:03 23 Mar 2017
Ding Xuedong at AFF 2017
Ding Xuedong, chairman and CEO of China Investment Corporation, says that foreign investors are needed to support infrastructure plans in the U.S.
http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?video=3000584548
03:55 23 Mar 2017
Eoghan Murphy at AFF 2017
Eoghan Murphy, Ireland"s minister of state for financial services, says Dublin could be an option for financial services firms currently based in London.
http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?video=3000584600
01:52 23 Mar 2017
Kiatchai Sophastienphong at AFF 2017
Kiatchai Sophastienphong, vice minister for finance of Thailand, discusses potential fallout from Trump policies.
http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?video=3000584384
01:48 23 Mar 2017
Ksenia Yudaeva at AFF 2017
Ksenia Yudaeva, first deputy governor at the Bank of Russia, talks about what"s influencing central bank policy.
http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?video=3000584365
02:09 23 Mar 2017
Raghuram Rajan at AFF 2017 (1)
Raghuram Rajan at The University of Chicago Booth School of Business talks about the prospects of a trade war and central bank independence.
http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?video=3000584590
02:27 23 Mar 2017
Raghuram Rajan at AFF 2017 (2)
Raghuram Rajan at The University of Chicago Booth School of Business weighs in on the effect of Trump"s proposed policies on the world.
http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?video=3000584589
02:04 23 Mar 2017
Simon Kirby at AFF 2017
Simon Kirby, economic secretary to the Treasury in the UK, talks about the impact of Brexit on the financial services sector in London.
http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?video=3000584382
01:27 23 Mar 2017
AFF 2017: Blueprints for the Belt and Road
Kazakhstan’s Astana International Financial Centre is to be launched in 2018 and Governor Kairat Kelimbetov said Hong Kong was a case study for successful financial markets and services for a new regional hub. Speaking on the sidelines of AFF 2017, he said Hong Kong and Astana were both “connectors” under China’s Belt and Road Initiative and the AFF provided a good opportunity to present the developing Central Asian financial marketplace.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/jnoEbolnEhM
04:53 27 Feb 2017
AFF 2017: Introducing Network of Networks
IBM is part of an online community that in 2017 is introducing a “network of networks” based on Blockchain or Distributed Ledger Technology that creates distributed, consensus-driven databases for direct transactions. John Wolpert, IBM’s Global Blockchain Offering Director says the so-called Hyperledger Fabric architecture is in the “next wave” and sharing information with top-level financial experts at AFF 2017 has been very useful to him.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/cVFbT1mJAqk
04:08 27 Feb 2017
AFF 2017: Market Optimism, Belt and Road Tonic
The US faces at least three interest rate hikes in 2017 if the new US President delivers on promises, said AFF keynote speaker Mohamed El-Erian. Second keynote speaker Raghuram Rajan expected stronger US growth short term based on market optimism. He believed China’s Belt and Road Initiative could link Asia together, with Hong Kong in a connector role. Dr El-Erian said the AFF 2017 itself “exceeded expectations”.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/uWPraX7gxJ4
05:04 27 Feb 2017
Centre for Financial Innovation
Hong Kong is Asia’s centre for financial innovation with considerable talent from a technical development perspective, said Melissa Guzy, Co-Founder of Hong Kong-based venture capital firm, Arbor Ventures. Speaking on the sidelines of AFF 2017 she said the event showed an exciting development: how entrepreneurship was converging with financial institutions.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/sYPV5EYEeo8
03:18 27 Feb 2017
Connecting Asian and Russian Investors
Hong Kong is a highly important point of contact for investors in Asia and Russia in both directions said the First Deputy Governor of the Bank of Russia. It comes at a time when Russia’s economy is emerging from recession with stronger global oil prices said Ksenia Yudaeva, speaking on the sidelines of AFF 2017, while China’s Belt and Road Initiative will benefit all countries, including Russia.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/-UPQo0jZLh4
04:15 27 Feb 2017
Technology Push into Asian Markets
Asian financial markets offer the biggest opportunities globally for technology innovation according to Lars Ottersgård, Head of Nasdaq Market Technology, in areas such as trading, clearing, index calculation, risk management and surveillance. On the sidelines of AFF 2017 he said the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong (HKEX) is a major client and the SAR is a gateway to Asia for technology providers. The AFF provides “big value” to meet high-level participants.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/9L0_JWFWpHE
03:43 27 Feb 2017
Ding Xuedong at AFF: Investment Strategies ahead of Uncertainty
Since the global financial crisis started in 2008, economic recovery has been uneven – with 2017 opening to myriad uncertainties which may have a lasting impact on prospects for recovery. Markets are bracing for an end to low interest rates and political change. To explore how the global economy and capital markets may be impacted, the HKTDC spoke with Ding Xuedong, Chairman & CEO of China Investment Corporation, on the sidelines of the 2017 Asian Financial Forum.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/9L0_JWFWpHE
05:40 27 Jan 2017
AFF 2017: Hong Kong’s Central Role in Green Finance
About 85 per cent of China’s domestic requirement for some US$300 billion a year of investments in transitioning to a sustainable environment will come from private sources, said Tim Freshwater, Chairman of Goldman Sachs Asia Bank Limited – and Hong Kong’s international financial status is expected to be vital. Speaking after an AFF 2017 breakfast panel, he said green finance also tied closely into China’s Belt and Road Initiative.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/2vA_AdilCnw
05:00 24 Jan 2017
Raghuram Rajan at AFF: Belt and Road Boon
With concern about anti-globalisation policies in developed countries medium term, China’s Belt and Road Initiative is an important factor linking Asia together in a multilateral approach, said Dr Raghuram Rajan at AFF 2017. The former Reserve Bank of India Governor also said Hong Kong could act as a super-connector to the Initiative, given important Belt and Road requirements for design, finance and construction management.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/ffSFOzhkNhs
05:26 24 Jan 2017
El-Erian at AFF: Belt and Road Add-On to Multilateral System
Commenting beside the Asian Financial Forum 2017 in Hong Kong, keynote speaker Dr Mohamed El-Erian described China’s Belt and Road Initiative as a supplement to the multilateral trading system, with Hong Kong contributing significantly to the Belt and Road’s development. The Chief Economic Advisor with Allianz, and Chair of the US Global Development Council, also said he expected the US dollar to strengthen with about three interest rate hikes in 2017 and the prospect of US economic growth.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/UfnAifzsLGA
05:01 17 Jan 2017
Asian Financial Forum 2017
The strong US dollar and low oil prices are unlikely to result in higher inflation and quicker interest rate rises in the US in the near future, where the economy is undergoing a solid and moderate recovery, says Ben Bernanke, former Chairman of the United States Federal Reserve System. Speaking beside the Asian Financial Forum 2016 he also said he believes Hong Kong will play an important role in China’s Belt and Road Initiative.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/66ahkmkWoTc
00:30 20 Dec 2016
Solid and Moderate US Recovery: Ben Bernanke at AFF 2016
The strong US dollar and low oil prices are unlikely to result in higher inflation and quicker interest rate rises in the US in the near future, where the economy is undergoing a solid and moderate recovery, says Ben Bernanke, former Chairman of the United States Federal Reserve System. Speaking beside the Asian Financial Forum 2016 he also said he believes Hong Kong will play an important role in China’s Belt and Road Initiative.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/zirtj7Zjm54
05:31 20 Jan 2016
AFF2016: Belt and Road Drives Regional Growth
China’s Belt and Road Initiative is going to be a major driver of economic growth in the Asia Pacific region, while Hong Kong is in a “fantastic position” to play a key role, says Raymund Chao, Greater China Chairman with PwC. As Knowledge Partner at the upcoming Asian Financial Forum 2016, PwC will have a big role contributing to the Initiative’s success.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/nKB3lIVtPDY
03:32 11 Jan 2016
AFF 2016: Talking Rates
The Asian Financial Forum (AFF) 2016 in Hong Kong could well focus on rising interest rates, says Frank Lyn, China and Hong Kong Markets Leader with PwC. Exchange rate gyrations could be critical for burgeoning Chinese investment overseas. Another major topic will be China’s Belt and Road Initiative and Hong Kong’s role. The AFF runs 18-19 January at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/-KYvnPVqaFQ
03:24 11 Jan 2016
AFF 2016: Interlinkage between China and ASEAN
The prospects are “very positive” for interlinkages of goods and services trades between the newly-established ASEAN Economic Community and China’s Belt and Road Initiative, says Jaime Zobel, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Philippine conglomerate Ayala Corporation. He says the Philippines should maintain its strong growth momentum in 2016 on the back of a robust domestic economy.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/LAahKRWQt-4
03:44 3 Feb 2016
AFF 2016: Domestic Consumption for Growth, Says John Tsang
Hong Kong will face a difficult year ahead in 2016 says HKSAR Financial Secretary John Tsang. Speaking beside the Asian Financial Forum, he says Hong Kong’s external-facing economy is challenged by the economic “doldrums” of a number of partners so will have to rely a lot more on domestic consumption for growth. He says China’s Belt and Road Initiative offers excellent opportunities for Hong Kong’s commercial, logistics, professional services and finance sectors – as these are all needed by the 65 countries on the Belt and Road.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/SYGM2HurVHw
04:18 11 Feb 2016
Gulliver: Hong Kong “Manages its Way” in Volatile Markets
Speaking beside the Asian Financial Forum 2016, HSBC Group Chief Executive Stuart Gulliver said he expects Hong Kong to “easily manage its way” economically this year even though there could be two sets of 25 basis point rises over 2016 and 2017 in the US, pushing up interest rates. He also said China’s Belt and Road initiative will bring considerable economic growth and is a business opportunity for HSBC.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/frU7Dn4HH-k
04:36 16 Mar 2016
AFF 2016: The High Energy Event
The Asian Financial Forum (AFF) 2016 showed very high energy from participants and speakers, said Ben Bernanke, former Chairman of the US Fed and keynote speaker at the event. Stuart Gulliver, Group Chief Executive of HSBC, said the conference was very important in focusing on Hong Kong as a leading Asia Pacific financial centre. Both spoke of the significance of China’s Belt and Road Initiative. AFF returns 16-17 January 2017.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/pGMo7dEfWMY
05:09 24 Mar 2016
US Stays Ahead on The Internet of Things
The US aims to stay ahead in the digital economy, or Internet of Things, as that relates to the financial services industry, according to Stefan Selig, US Under Secretary of Commerce – with the strategy forming part of the US government’s trade pivot to Asia. Following a seminar at the Asian Financial Forum, Mr Selig says the important category of “digital capital” is constantly changing, portable, global and evolving quickly. So it is critical to stay ahead in this sector: by 2030 some two trillion Asians will join the middle class, representing significant trade opportunities for the US. As part of that approach he says Hong Kong is highly significant, as the ninth largest export partner of the US.

Speaker: Stefan Selig, US Under Secretary of Commerce
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03:09 21 Jan 2015
Corporate Finance Association Sets Up in Hong Kong
Responding to Hong Kong’s growing stature as a centre for corporate finance, the German-based international Corporate Finance Association (corpfina) has set up a representative office in Hong Kong to provide support for the burgeoning debt and equity capital markets. Speaking following a seminar at the Asian Financial Forum, the Association’s President Ruediger Theiselmann says Hong Kong is the world’s second largest centre for initial public offerings, while some 60 per cent of the Chinese mainland’s specialised “dragon” corporate investment transactions are made through the SAR.

Speaker: Dr Ruediger Theiselmann, President, Managing Director, Corporate Finance Association (corpfina)
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03:48 20 Jan 2015
Huge injection of spending on Asia’s Healthcare
Asian spending on healthcare is set to accelerate dramatically over the next 20 years to meet the gap between expectations and delivery, predicts Abu Bakar Suleiman, Chairman of IHH Health Bhd. Speaking after his appearance at the Asian Financial Forum (AFF) in Hong Kong, Mr Suleiman said healthcare spending in China is growing at 16 per cent annually, compared with 5 per cent in many developing countries. He also singled out Hong Kong in Asia for its excellent public sector services and innovation.

Speaker: Tan Sri Dato’ Dr Abu Bakar Suleiman, Chairman, IHH Health Bhd

For more videos from AFF 2015, and additional information about the Forum, please visit http://www.asianfinancialforum.com
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04:08 20 Jan 2015
Asia Ultimate "Heartland" of Global Economy: Prof Paul Krugman
China’s economic prospects could be "very scary" in the near-term, but the nation’s large population should ultimately ensure Asia becomes the "heartland" of the world economy, according to Professor Paul Krugman of Princeton University. The Nobel-prize winning economist spoke to the HKTDC during the Asian Financial Forum (AFF), 19-20 January 2015 in Hong Kong.

Find more videos and information from AFF 2015 at: http://www.asianfinancialforum.com
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05:36 19 Jan 2015
Bank of Russia: country’s GDP decline will be mild
After low stabilization of its currency, Russia faces a GDP decline in 2015, says the First Deputy Governor of the Bank of Russia. But this should be milder than in 2008/09 during the country’s significant recession, predicts Ksenia Yudaeva. Speaking at the side of the Asian Financial Forum, Ms Yudaeva also says this is the right time for greater investment between Russia and Asia, with Hong Kong as a centre for huge business potential.

Speaker: Ksenia Yudaeva, First Deputy Governor, Bank of Russia

Asian Financial Forum: http://www.asianfinancialforum.com
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04:15 19 Jan 2015
Financial Secretary: Swiss Financial Crisis underlines Dollar Peg
The financial fallout following the Swiss Franc’s withdrawal from its link with the Euro, indicates that now is a good time to reinforce Hong Kong’s peg with the US dollar, says Hong Kong SAR Financial Secretary, John Tsang. Speaking beside the Asian Financial Forum 2015, Mr Tsang says the Hong Kong government has no intention of changing the SAR’s linked rate. While 2015 will be a challenging year, Hong Kong is safeguarded by the developing regional economy and the market-focused Shanghai-Hong Kong Connect could be extended to Shenzhen, while providing other financial instruments such as derivatives, says Mr Tsang.

Speaker: John Tsang, Financial Secretary, Hong Kong SAR Government

Asian Financial Forum: http://www.asianfinancialforum.com
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04:43 19 Jan 2015
Philippine growth to surge on
Philippine GDP growth should continue at between 6% and 7% over the next three years, says Teresita Sy-Coson, Vice Chairwoman with SM Investments. Speaking at the side of the Asian Financial Forum, Ms Sy-Coson says greater FDI investment would be welcome from Hong Kong, particularly in the services, manufacturing, IT and power sectors.

Speaker: Teresita Sy-Coson, Vice Chairwoman, SM Investments

Asian Financial Forum: http://www.asianfinancialforum.com
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04:08 19 Jan 2015
AFF 2015: European regulator aims for lower risk
The exuberant European markets of the moment run risks of over-evaluation, and the incoming regulatory framework will allow the European Securities and Markets Authority to monitor their performances, says that body’s Chair, Steven Maijoor. Speaking beside the Asian Financial Forum 2015, he says the Hong Kong securities market is very important for asset management, and among those in the vanguard of developing links with Europe. Europe’s regulatory reforms are adding a “sustainability” factor that has not existed over the past year.

Speaker: Steven Maijoor, Chair, European Securities and Markets Authority

Asian Financial Forum: http://www.asianfinancialforum.com
https://www.youtube.com/embed/f5g3vJpQE4g
04:59 15 Jan 2015
Moderate Economic Growth in 2015: Yasuhiro Sato of Mizuho
In spite of possible deflation in the Eurozone, the global economy should be able to post moderate growth in 2015 driven by strong performance from the United States and Asia, according to Yasuhiro Sato, president and CEO of Japan’s Mizuho Financial Group Ltd. Mr Sato spoke to the HKTDC ahead of his trip to Hong Kong for the 19-20 January 2015 Asian Financial Forum, where he will take part in a panel on the global economy and long-term investment.

AFF Website: http://www.asianfinancialforum.com
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06:04 14 Jan 2015
AFF 2015: Indian growth may rise to 5.7% this year
Supporting the Indian government’s policies on industry and exports, IT pioneer Narayana Murthy is hopeful the country’s GDP growth will rise to between 5.5% and 5.7% in 2015; he is bullish on India’s growth rate continuing to rise to between 7% and 8% over the next few years. The Founder of India’s Infosys expects the government IT programme could see tangible results after three to five years, while greater technology partnerships between Indian and Chinese companies would see significant global effects, with products at attractive prices. Mr Murthy regards Hong Kong as the world’s best example of a free market economy and advises Indian firms wishing to leverage China business to use Hong Kong as an IT hub.

Speaker: Narayana Murthy, Founder, Infosys Limited

Related Links:
Hong Kong Trade Development Council: http://www.hktdc.com/en-buyer/

Asian Financial Forum 2015: http://www.asianfinancialforum.com/

Infosys: http://www.infosys.com/about/manageme...
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06:16 7 Jan 2015
AFF 2015: Philippine Consumer Growth
Philippine consumer demand continues to rise on the country’s upbeat economic progress and as more people enter the middle class, according to Tony Tan Caktiong, Chairman of Jollibee Foods Corporation. The country joins China, Vietnam, Indonesia and India as among the region’s best potential markets for growth. Mr Tan says AFF 2015 will bring greater attention and insight to the region’s dynamics. Joining the Forum, Mr Tan developed Philippine-based Jollibee into an international food retailer from two ice cream parlours in 1975.

Speaker:
Tony Tan Caktiong, Chairman, Jollibee Foods Corporation

Related Links:
Hong Kong Trade Development Council: http://www.hktdc.com/en-buyer/

Asian Financial Forum: http://www.asianfinancialforum.com

Jollibee Foods Corporation: http://www.jollibee.com.ph
https://www.youtube.com/embed/UncTZ4f2UdM
03:58 31 Dec 2014
AFF 2015: Oil Price Concerns
Lower oil prices present a fundamental change in the international economic picture, says Michael Diekmann, Chairman and CEO of Allianz Group. Ahead of attending the Asian Financial Forum 2015 in Hong Kong, Mr Diekmann says that among shorter-term issues, lowering oil prices could well influence international energy prices and global competition. The head of one of the largest international insurers says the global aging demographic provides the insurance industry with a huge boost for retirement planning, a trend he has not seen in many years. One of the insurance industry’s greatest challenges is digitalisation, offering huge opportunities for efficiencies.

Speaker:
Michael Diekmann, Chairman and CEO, Allianz Group

Related Links:
Hong Kong Trade Development Council: http://www.hktdc.com/en-buyer/

Asian Financial Forum 2015: http://www.asianfinancialforum.com

Allianz Group: https://www.allianzgloballife.com/Eng...
https://www.youtube.com/embed/wMVGsDy7fGY
07:25 23 Dec 2014
Growing investment focus on social impact, e-commerce: Deloitte
Social impact and the value of e-commerce are two increasingly key considerations for investors building portfolios in Asia, according to Hong Kong-based experts from business services provider Deloitte. Chris Harvey, Global Leader of Financial Services, and Tim Pagett, China Financial Services Industry Leader, spoke to the HKTDC ahead of Deloitte’s participation in the 2015 Asian Financial Forum. The pair set the stage for an AFF panel they will host at the 19-20 January event – where the “internet of things” and “impact investing” will be key topics.

Speakers:
Chris Harvey, Global Leader Financial Services, Deloitte Tim Pagett, Financial Services Industry Leader, Deloitte China

Deloitte: http://www.deloitte.com
https://www.youtube.com/embed/z9hgs7GWzZE
05:48 21 Dec 2014
AFF 2015 Day 2: Breakfast Panel and Workshop Highlights
Hong Kong’s role as a prominent asset and wealth management centre was the key topic in a breakfast panel at the Asian Financial Forum (AFF) 2015 in Hong Kong. On January 20, the Forum also included a full day of deal flow matchmaking sessions and a series of concurrent workshops on topics such as RMB internationalisation and healthcare investment.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/WQUH7DWtgtU
04:51 23 Jan 2015
AFF 2015 Day 1: Panel Discussion Highlights
Sustainability continued to be the primary theme as finance professionals and policy makers took part in a series of panel discussions and a keynote luncheon address at the 2015 Asian Financial Forum (AFF) in Hong Kong. The afternoon of the opening day included a speech by the International Monetary Fund’s Economic Counsellor and Research Department Director Dr Olivier Blanchard, followed by panelists exploring opportunities in Asia, the China mainland and globally.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/x442t045HmU
05:48 20 Jan 2015
AFF 2015 Day 1: Policy Dialogue & Keynote Highlights
Finding a balance between growth and stability was a key problem discussed by financial policy makers taking part in a policy dialogue at the Asian Financial Forum (AFF) 2015 in Hong Kong. The 11am session on 19 January was followed by a luncheon keynote speech featuring International Monetary Fund (IMF) Economic Counsellor and Director, Research Department, Olivier Blanchard, who put a spotlight on recent optimism about the US economy.

For more AFF videos and information, visit http://www.asianfinancialforum.com
https://www.youtube.com/embed/Vx7lmABh014
05:34 19 Jan 2015
AFF 2015: Day 1 Highlights
Hong Kong welcomed more than 2,400 people to the Asian Financial Forum (AFF) 2015 in Hong Kong, where over 100 distinguished speakers from around the world explored topics related the theme, "Asia: Sustainable Development in a World of Change." Find more videos including exclusive interviews from AFF at: http://www.asianfinancialforum.com
https://www.youtube.com/embed/abhblz0EIYg
04:31 19 Jan 2015
Baidu CEO Robin Li on acquisitions
Baidu's CEO Robin Li said that Baidu, the largest internet company on the Chinese mainland is pursuing organic growth by investing more in R&D such as graphic identification. Mr Li was a distinguished speaker at the 2014 Asian Financial Forum, which took place in Hong Kong last week.

Speaker: Robin Li, Co-founder and CEO, Baidu

Baidu: www.baidu.com
https://www.youtube.com/embed/wcLaS2PdLAQ
02:27 20 Jan 2014
Baidu's Robin Li on Google's “mistake” in China
Baidu's CEO Robin Li was a distinguished speaker at the 2014 Asian Financial Forum. In a Q&A session with Ronnie Chan, Chairman of Hang Lung Group, Mr Li cited one reason why Google failed in China.

Speaker: Robin Li, Co-founder and CEO, Baidu

Baidu: www.baidu.com
https://www.youtube.com/embed/OTQ8S7dNYZc
02:48 20 Jan 2014
Baidu's Robin Li on US Tech vs China Tech
Baidu's CEO Robin Li discussed the promise of cloud computing at the 2014 Asian Financial Forum in Hong Kong last week. The largest internet company in China, Baidu provides 2TB of free space storage and Mr Li explains how it is able to do that.

Speaker: Robin Li, co-founder and CEO, Baidu

Baidu: www.baidu.com
https://www.youtube.com/embed/Aqnws1j_U8Y
02:02 20 Jan 2014
Baidu's Robin Li: What drives China's richest man?
Robin Li was named the richest man on the Chinese mainland by the Bloomberg Billionaire Index in December 2013. Mr Li's net worth has climbed by US$4.8 billion, or 65 per cent, to US$12.231 billion. Mr Li took part in a Q&A session with Ronnie Chan of Hang Lung Group, at the 2014 Asian Financial Forum, which took place in Hong Kong last week.

Speaker: Robin Li, Co-founder and CEO, Baidu


Baidu: www.baidu.com
https://www.youtube.com/embed/lpSXuaT6Z8s
02:30 20 Jan 2014
Baidu's Robin Li: Why younger is better in business management
Baidu CEO Robin Li was a featured speaker at the Asian Financial Forum in Hong Kong last week. In this talk with Hang Lung's Ronnie Chan, Mr Li explains why he believes the younger generation should take the lead in business management.
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Speaker: Robin Li, Co-founder and CEO, Baidu

Baidu: www.baidu.com
https://www.youtube.com/embed/BNijocKiTx8
01:54 20 Jan 2014
招商局集團傅育寧博士:中國經濟高杠杆應警惕 (Chinese version only)
招商局集團董事長傅育寧博士出席亞洲金融論壇,暢談對中國經濟的看法。他認為中國的負債和高杠杆值得關注,他還對前海寄予希望,期望前海實現貿易便利化,成為現代服務業區,促進香港離岸人民幣市場的發展。

招商局集團: http://www.cmhk.com/
https://www.youtube.com/embed/cNCMRqA_2D4
03:44 17 Jan 2014
AFF2014: Follow the Money
China represents the fastest-growing foreign direct investment into the US at 71% and the trend continues, says Judy Reinke, Acting Assistant Secretary for Global Markets with the US Commerce Department. She says investment can arrive through Hong Kong or directly from a number of Asian countries and with some of the biggest investors coming from Asia, speaking at the Asian Financial Forum was to accept the adage, "follow the money".

Speaker: Judy Reinke, Acting Assistant Secretary for Global Markets, US Commerce Department

SelectUSA: http://selectusa.commerce.gov/
https://www.youtube.com/embed/XyFxYt7KI2A
04:52 16 Jan 2014
AFF2014: India's urbanisation challenge
ndia faces huge challenges over the next 16 years as its urban population rises from 31% to 50% of the total population, says Vijay Shhiber, the country's Secretary at the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways. The goal of upgrading inter-city infrastructure is likely to be the most challenging, with the needed capital raised through state funding and public-private partnerships.

Speaker: Vijay Chhiber, Secretary, Ministry of Road Transport, India
https://www.youtube.com/embed/b1q6eS1Ds20
02:10 16 Jan 2014
AFF2014: Prada hopes to double Asia Pacific sales
Italian luxury goods company Prada hopes to double sales of its branded shoes, bags and other products in the Asia Pacific over the next three years, says Deputy Chairman Carlo Mazzi. Speaking after attending a panel discussion at the Asian Financial Forum, he says Hong Kong is the gateway for Asia sales and distribution, while itself being an interesting market for the future.

Speaker: Carlo Mazzi, Deputy Chairman, PRADA S.p.A
https://www.youtube.com/embed/GFRnJnjKcNg
02:48 16 Jan 2014
AFF2014: Return of the Entrepreneur
German entrepreneur Paul-Josef Patt says Hong Kong has developed into a market for meeting Asian investors and raising finance for a wide range of venture-based businesses: At the Asian Financial Forum he says his firm, eCapital, is a vehicle for venture capital investment in hi-tech businesses such as ICT and renewable energy, and his visit coincides with his interest in the Asian consumer markets and building up investment in what he terms the booming markets of Germany.

Speaker: Paul-Josef Patt, Managing Partner, CEO, eCapital

BBVK: http://www.bvkap.de/privateequity.php/cat/2/title/Ho
https://www.youtube.com/embed/KTVflP8kTbs
04:52 16 Jan 2014
AFF2014: Upside and Downside of Urbanisation
With an estimated 650 million people moving from rural to urban areas over the next 30 years governments are faced with both the upside and downside of urbanisation, says Anthony Nightingale, Director of Jardine Matheson Holdings and chairman of a panel discussion on urbanisation in Asia at the Asian Financial Forum. The impetus to urbanise is unstoppable, but with the prospect of higher employment and better standards of living, governments have to ensure those less advantaged in urban society are looked after.

Speaker: Anthony Nightingale, Director, Jardine Matheson Holdings

Jardine Matheson: http://www.jardines.com/
https://www.youtube.com/embed/iivQTk-TLa8
06:37 16 Jan 2014
AFF2014: Critical Next Phase of China's Urbanisation
The next phase of China's urbanisation is to establish a stable and consistent economy which will require capitalisation and reform of China's bond market, says Stephen Bird, Citi's CEO for the Asia Pacific. Urbanisation will see greater participation of some 400 million rural Chinese in 270 cities, a critical topic for China and the world. Hong Kong will prosper as it adapts to a new world developing for China.

Speaker: Stephen Bird, CEO, Asia Pacific, Citi

Citibank Hong Kong: http://www.citibank.com.hk/
https://www.youtube.com/embed/1oI9h3TLFlM
05:00 14 Jan 2014
AFF 2014: GE's John Rice - Making Waves of Innovation
About 2 billion people in the world lack basic infrastructure such as electricity, health care and transportation, and many of those live in Asia.

This puts pressure on governments, and creates opportunities for companies to try to fill the void. With a global market to consider, GE Vice Chairman John Rice says he thinks in terms of product, service, digital and process innovation.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/ErRzuvUl-WM
04:50 14 Jan 2014
Charles Li says 2014 will be a Very Big Year for HKEx
The Chief Executive of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing expects that this year will see the start of a tangible transformation of the Hong Kong market from a purely equity-based market to one with much broader asset classes like equity derivatives, commodities and stock futures.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/ub4KcZk9m1Q
05:41 14 Jan 2014
AFF 2014: Asian Market Ripe for Trade Credit Insurance
Fabrice Desnos, Regional CEO of Euler Hermes expects intra-regional trade to increase by 80% in the next 10 years. And as companies move from traditional letters of credit to open account credit terms, he expects the market for credit insurance products to grow. Bond and sureties will provide useful alternatives to bank guarantees, especially for infrastructure projects.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/hBm0CRvDcSs
05:38 13 Jan 2014
AFF2014: Financial Secretary's Recipe for the Future
Hong Kong remains competitive but should not be complacent, says John Tsang, Financial Secretary of the HKSAR. He says projections show Hong Kong&s working population to the elderly has been drastically reduced, and expenditure on the elderly has to be weighed against the SAR's competitive environment of a low tax regime and simple tax structure. Stronger competitiveness relies on what Hong Kong does best and will include innovation and technology.

Speaker: John Tsang, Financial Secretary, HKSAR
https://www.youtube.com/embed/Ygg6cq1vOuE
04:40 13 Jan 2014
AFF 2014: Hong Kong's Regulatory Upgrade
Under Hong Kong's statutory regime, corporate insider disclosures rose 52% last year compared to 2012, while profit and trading alerts rose 16%, says Carlson Tong, Chairman of the Securities and Futures Commission. This shows the success of Hong Kong's pro-active approach to corporate misconduct, combined with legal sanctions such as freezing assets and providing compensation to injured parties.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/V3G3SBodR_E
05:32 13 Jan 2014
AFF 2014: Klaus Regling - The European Reform Strategy is Working
The message from Europe today is that the current optimism about European economies is justified. Two of the five countries which received money from the European Stability Mechanism have exited their programmes, growth is in positive territory, and banking union is underway. Klaus Regling, Managing Director of the European Stability Mechanism wants Asian investors to better understand what the economic situation is in Europe.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/s87NN7HNxwE
05:33 13 Jan 2014
中投新任CEO丁學東: 中國無懼QE退出衝擊 (Chinese version only)
"發達國家陰盛陽衰而新興國家陽盛陰衰" 這是中國投資有限責任公司董事長兼首席執行官丁學東在第7屆亞洲金融論壇上發表的獨特論點。他表示中國經濟可應對美國退市帶來的波動,原因有三。而中國主權基金更會繼續投資歐美等正在復蘇的市場。

中國投資有限責任公司: http://www.china-inv.cn/
https://www.youtube.com/embed/3O7hYa84eVU
04:23 13 Jan 2014
AFF 2014: Alexey Moiseev Calls for Sustained Cooperation
With many countries rebalancing their economies, "the world will never be the same" says Russia's Deputy Minister of Finance, Alexey Moiseev, and the world must move on from goods trades between countries toward sustained co-operation and integrated financial flows, among other areas. Speaking beside the Asian Financial Forum 2014 in Hong Kong, he says the Shanghai Cooperation Organization has become a "supra-regional" body since its founding in 2006, assisting the growth of "Eurasia", while Hong Kong is becoming a gateway for financial markets where Russian financial securities can find investors.

Speaker: Alexey Moiseev, Deputy Minister of Finance, Russian Federation
https://www.youtube.com/embed/Mfl6ewlvYwE
04:40 12 Jan 2014
Deloitte Tackles Financial Innovation
At the Asian Financial Forum 13-14 January 2014, Big Four services and consultancy firm Deloitte will present its findings on innovation affecting financial services. These will include issues arising from multilateral trade agreements which will have a major impact on supply chains, financial services, investment and capital transfers, says Kenneth DeWoskin, Director of Deloitte China Research and Insight Centre. The firm will also discuss "disrupters" to traditional services, as digital mobility, stored value and virtual currencies enter the financial arena, says Tim Pagett, China Financial Services Industry Leader, Deloitte China.

Speakers:
Kenneth DeWoskin, Director, Deloitte China Research and Insight Centre
Tim Pagett, China Financial Services Industry Leader, Deloitte China

Deloitte: http://www.deloitte.com/
https://www.youtube.com/embed/TAK6g5lspcY
07:55 30 Dec 2013
Victor Fung: "Multilateral" Role for Hong Kong
The "Bali Package" initiatives taken at the WTO Ministerial Meeting in Bali in December 2013 constitute a "turning point for multilateralism", says Dr Victor Fung, Group Chairman of the Fung Group and Founding Chairman of the Fung Global Institute. Ahead of the Asian Financial Forum 2014, Dr Fung says the initiative puts Hong Kong's role back at centre stage as a spokesman for multilateralism and makes Hong Kong the intermediary for northern and southern Asian flows of trade, people, investment, information and knowledge, which he believes is an SAR vision for the future.

Speakers:
Dr Victor Fung, Group Chairman, Fung Group and Founding Chairman, Fung Global Institute
https://www.youtube.com/embed/NbcXc73LgdI
06:29 22 Dec 2013
Michael Smith: Japan's Role in "Tapering"
The effect of US-led tapering could be mitigated in the Asia Pacific by a continued access to liquidity from Japan says Michael Smith, CEO of ANZ. He also says in an interview ahead of the Asian Financial Forum next month that easing has created excess liquidity and an adjustment in the value of the yen that has stimulated industry there "in a way that I have not seen in my business lifetime." Mr Smith goes on to comment on the expansion of Rmb business, Hong Kong's and Shanghai's role, while believing global markets are "more predictable again".

Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited: http://www.anz.com/hongkong/en/Personal/
https://www.youtube.com/embed/74z7YoTXU9g
08:33 19 Dec 2013
Interview with AFF 2014 Speaker: Paul M. Achleitner, Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Deutsche Bank AG
Hong Kong -- like London and New York -- is a "first rate" financial centre with an advantage over other cities including those in Asia, according to Dr Paul Achleitner, of Deutsche Bank AG. Dr Achleitner, Chairman of the Supervisory Board at Germany's largest banking institution, will be speaking at the 13-14 January 2014 Asian Financial Forum. In this interview, he argues that Hong Kong's strong financial tradition over decades is very important to its success. Dr Achleitner also was positive regarding fundamental growth factors in Asia as the world de-leverages, and Deutsche Bank is very encouraged by China's recently announced political and economic agenda.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/ZOGbxhGsxEM
05:43 11 Dec 2013
Interview with AFF 2014 Speaker: Alan Bollard, Executive Director of APEC Secretariat
The Asian Financial Forum is the first stop in APEC's bid to deepen and broaden economic growth across the region in 2014, with the APEC Finance Ministers' meeting happening later in the year in the SAR. The regional trend is for less trade-driven and more domestic, demand-driven growth, says Alan Bollard, APEC Executive Director, APEC Secretariat.

APEC: http://www.apec.org
https://www.youtube.com/embed/KXnVeaDTQcM
06:20 28 Nov 2013
Hong Kong's Competitive Edge: AFF 2014 Breakfast Panel Highlights
Despite its leading role in Asia, Hong Kong is adjusting to the context of a new global economic paradigm. In this breakfast panel on day two of the 2014 Asian Financial Forum in Hong Kong, government officials and business leaders from the city discussed the way ahead.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/RgNadIsg_Fc
03:24 21 Jan 2014
Keynote Luncheon: AFF 2014 Highlights - APEC Secretariat's Alan Bollard
APEC Secretariat Executive Director Dr Alan Bollard was the keynote speaker at the day one luncheon during the Asian Financial Forum (AFF) 2014 in Hong Kong. Dr Bollard spoke about the key role the regional grouping has played in facilitating trade and investment liberalisation.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/uxzFCR5n4_M
03:14 21 Jan 2014
Deloitte Workshop: AFF 2014 Day 2 Highlights
Bitcoins, branding and online technology were among the financial innovations explored in the Deloitte-sponsored Concurrent Workshop on day two of the 2014 Asian Financial Forum (AFF) in Hong Kong. The 13-14 January event welcomed hundreds of speakers, including for this session - top officials from Octopus Holdings, AIA Group, Kapronasia, Lufax and the Hong Kong Monetary Authority.

Note: Bitcoin comments are at 02:45
https://www.youtube.com/embed/jXGl11_59WI
04:30 16 Jan 2014
Urbanisation Panel: AFF 2014 Day 2 Highlights
The challenges and opportunities posed by rapid urbanisation formed the basis of a panel on day 2 of the Asian Financial Forum in Hong Kong. The discussion included business leaders from Hong Kong, India, Thailand and the Chinese mainland.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/XKsAo-_AKoM
02:46 14 Jan 2014
Workshop: HK Asset Management: AFF 2014 Day 2 Highlights
Hong Kong's role as Asia's asset management hub was explored in this concurrent workshop on Day 2 of the 2014 Asian Financial Forum (AFF). The 14 January session included top officials from banks and financial agencies.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/-yliRUTzg3s
03:48 14 Jan 2014
Ambition of Asian Enterprises Panel: AFF 2014 Day 1 Highlights
Executives from Asian banks and financial services firms discussed the impact of increased global regulation on the Asian finance sector, and the growth prospects for financial services. Panelists are Michael Smith, CEO of Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd., Jih-Chu Lee, Chairperson, Bank of Taiwan, Isao Kubota, Vice Chairman, Regional Banks Association of Japan and Mark Tucker, Group Chief Executive and President, AIA Group Ltd.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/ZUKqxe_HHWM
02:59 13 Jan 2014
Panel on China Opportunities: AFF 2014 Day 1 Highlights
What should businesses know about mainland China's new growth model? The challenges and opportunities related to economic and structural reforms put in place under the nation's Third Plenum and more were the focus of an afternoon session on Day 1 of the 2014 Asian Financial Forum in Hong Kong. Panelists included Hang Lung Properties Chairman Ronnie Chan, Shanghai Vice Mayor Tu Guangshao, China Merchants Bank Chairman Fu Yuning and Levin Zhu, the president and CEO of China International Capital Corporation Ltd.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/NFYb5LyksIE
03:25 13 Jan 2014
Return to Growth? Panel: AFF 2014 Day 1 Highlights
Just where should you invest as global economies get back on track? That was the question on the minds of a panel of experts and senior executives from China, the United Kingdom, Germany and Italy who spoke at this panel on day 1 of the 2014 Asian Financial Forum in Hong Kong, 13 January.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/_y6oB3SmHwk
04:16 13 Jan 2014
Policy Dialogue: AFF 2014 Day 1 Highlights
Day one of the 7th Asian Financial Forum continued in Hong Kong with a Policy Dialogue involving Klaus Regling, Managing Director of the European Stability Mechanism, Saeb Eigner the Chairman of the Dubai Financial Services Authority and Carlson Tong, Chairman of the Securities and Futures Commission, Hong Kong - discussing the impact of increased regional collaboration and coordinated financial policies.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/VbQFrQdIUyw
02:33 13 Jan 2014
Opening & Plenary: AFF 2014 Day 1 Highlights
The seventh edition of the Asian Financial Forum opened on 13 January 2014 with an exploration of how Asia is "powering world growth" as the global economy continues to recover. The president of the Eurogroup Jeroen Dijsselbloem joined Russia's Deputy Finance Minister Alexy Moiseev, Asian Development Bank President Takehiko Nakao and Hong Kong's Financial Secretary KC Chan at the event in Hong Kong.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/P4LYR7jsXIs
03:56 13 Jan 2014