Hong Kong Ship Finance & Law forum available to watch on demand
In case you missed our online event, you can now watch the panel again
The Lloyd’s List Hong Kong Ship Finance & Law Forum gathered a panel of leading financial and legal experts to share their knowledge on the biggest issues impacting Hong Kong’s maritime sector. You can now watch the discussion again on demand
MARITIME players seeking an optimal place to operate or facilitate their businesses are keen to understand the implications of the recent political and legal changes that have taken place in Hong Kong — both the opportunities and the risks.
That’s why Lloyd’s List brought together a group of the leading names in shipping finance and law to provide their insight to some of these key challenges, answering questions such as:
What lies behind Hong Kong’s tax incentive policy for ship leasing, and what are the implications for shipping lenders and borrowers?
Can Hong Kong continue to call itself a neutral ground for dispute resolution?
How will China’s “dual circulation” economic development strategy impact Hong Kong’s position as a global financial and legal services centre?
What fresh opportunities might emerge for shipping?
Joining Lloyd’s List’s China Editor Cichen Shen were:
Hing Chao, Executive Chairman, Wah Kwong
Edward Liu, Legal Director, Hill Dickinson Hong Kong
Benjamin Wong, Head of Maritime Cluster, InvestHK
To view the forum, simply follow this link to register your details, if you have not already done so.
You will then be emailed a presentation link to view the full panel discussion, along with supplementary materials, via the On24 platform.