30 Aug 2022
Combining a range of exciting initiatives with positive government support and a diverse ecosystem, Hong kong offers the perfect launchpad for startups and scaleups to become fintech leaders regionally and globally.
16 Aug 2022
FSTB initiated a closed-door meeting to exchange viewpoints with industry leaders to foster a more vibrant development of the digital asset industry in Hong Kong.
10 Aug 2022
InvestHK and the HKMA jointly announced today (August 10) the addition of the Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) track to the Global Fast Track 2022, giving local and global firms valuable opportunities to partner with the central banking institution to boost the growth and adoption of fintech in Asia and beyond.
15 Jul 2022
In the interview with ViuTV in their Invest Smarter program, King Leung, Head of Fintech, Invest Hong Kong, highlighted Hong Kong's unique position as a bridge for Fintech companies to grasp the unlimited opportunities in the Greater Bay Area. (Interview Conducted in Cantonese)
16 Jun 2022
Returning for its third year, Global Fast Track will be a standalone flagship programme that runs throughout the year and is now open for applications from global and local fintech companies until September, to help them leverage the unique advantages of Hong Kong to scale in Asia while building a solid foundation for long-term growth.
07 Jun 2022
InvestHK announced today (June 7) the launch of Global Fast Track 2022, a programme that helps fintech companies leverage the unique advantages of Hong Kong to scale in Asia while building a solid foundation for long-term growth. Apply now to connect with corporate clients and investors and capture fast-growing opportunities in Asia and beyond.
03 May 2022
Hong Kong is an international FinTech hub characterised by a diverse, resilient, and dynamic landscape. Although a relatively small city, it punches above its weight as one of the most productive markets for FinTech start-ups to rapidly scale-up. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the Hong Kong FinTech sector bucked the global trend as companies continued to grow, raise capital and hire.