Development FocusMainland Policies and Measures

As a major international financial centre, Hong Kong has a prudent and robust financial regulatory regime. Over the past four decades, Hong Kong's economy has been closely connected to the Mainland's development. As the Mainland becomes the world's second-largest economy, Hong Kong has given full play to its considerable advantages by contributing to national development. Hong Kong has served as a two-way gateway connecting the Mainland and international markets. Currently, more than 1 100 Mainland enterprises are listed in Hong Kong with a combined market value of over US$2 trillion, or over 60 per cent of the total market capitalisation in Hong Kong.

The Central District of Hong Kong

Offshore RMB business

Connectivity with the Mainland's capital markets

Green finance

Corporate Treasury Centre (CTC)

Insurance

Bond market

Financial Services and the Treasury Bureau Hong Kong Monetary Authority HK Financial Services Development Council Hong Kong Quality Assurance Agency HKEX Securities and Futures Commission Insurance Authority