Is a recession on the way? There’s a good chance the answer is, yes. When? Well, that’s harder to predict – though most pundits point to the year 2020. At Bloomberg Invest, we bring together the biggest businesses and the biggest institutions to chart a way forward.
We are operating in a time of significant risks: global growth is no longer synchronised, the prospect of a spiralling trade war remains real, the Chinese economy is showing signs of stress, the US economy is overheating. Rising oil prices are adding inflationary pressure in key economies. Forecasts for an imminent recession could significantly influence investor behaviour over the coming months.
So, how should you organise your finances? Where should you put your money? Where is it safe – and where are the best returns? At Bloomberg Invest, we bring together the biggest businesses and the biggest institutions to chart a plan of action for the next year.
The Hon Mrs Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor, GBM, GBS
The Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region
March 21 - Thursday
Registration and Networking Breakfast
- The Future of Hong Kong
- China in the World
- The 1 Million Dollar Question
- Connecting the Dots
- The Next Financial Crisis – Say, When?
- Venturing Forward
- Making Sense of AI
- Taking on Tesla
- Investing in your Passion
- China’s Biotech Boom
- E-Sports: Following the Money
- Breaking The Rules
- Public vs. Private Markets
- Too Good to be True?
The Hon Mrs Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor, GBM, GBSThe Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Chief Executive
Ritesh AgarwalOYO Hotels & Homes Founder & CEO
Kim CamachoArt Collector
Sabrina ChaoWah Kwong Maritime Transport Holdings Limited Executive Chairman
Peter T. GrauerBloomberg L.P. Chairman
Sarah Heller MWHeller Beverage Advisory Proprietor
William LiNIO Capital Founder, Chairman and CEO
Andrew SteelFitch Ratings Managing Director & Global Head of Sustainable Finance
Esther WongSenseTime Managing Director, Strategic Investment
Darrin WooWoo Hon Fai Group Director
Rita ZhangWu Capital CEO
Otis BilodeauBloomberg Senior Executive Editor, Asia Pacific
Stephanie FlandersBloomberg Economics Senior Executive Editor
Frederik Southam BalfourBloomberg Reporter
Shelly BanjoBloomberg Senior Reporter, Asia Technology
Lulu ChenBloomberg Reporter, Asia Technology
Peter ElstromBloomberg Managing Editor, Asia Technology
Mallika KapurBloomberg Live Senior Editor, Asia Pacific
Mark MillerBloomberg Live Global Editor
Jodi SchneiderBloomberg News Senior International Editor
Anjani TrivediBloomberg Opinion Columnist
Invest Hong Kong (InvestHK) is the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) Government Department responsible for attracting Foreign Direct Investment. Its mission is to promote and strengthen Hong Kong as Asia’s leading international business and financial centre by attracting economically and strategically important overseas and Mainland companies to invest in Hong Kong.
InvestHK has industry specialists in a range of priority sectors including: Business & Professional Services, Consumer Products, Creative Industries, Financial Services, Financial Technology, Innovation & Technology, Startups & Entrepreneurs, Tourism & Hospitality, and Transport & Industrial. It also has an Aftercare team to follow up clients’ needs after setting up or business expansion. The Department has an overseas network of staff and representatives based in 30 key business cities worldwide covering its target markets. Overall, the Department’s staff based in Hong Kong and overseas work seamlessly to support the set up and expansion of clients’ businesses in Hong Kong.
InvestHK partners with clients on a long-term basis and is available to help at any stage of their business development in Hong Kong. The Department’s services are free, confidential and tailored to clients’ needs.
To learn more about InvestHK and its services, please visit www.investhk.gov.hk