Redefining Hong Kong Series 2023/24 - Family Office
Navigating Transitions: The Evolving Family Office Landscape and The Path Ahead
September 27, 2023 | Asia Society Hong Kong Centre
ABOUT THE EVENT
In 2023, the South China Morning Post will be celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Redefining Hong Kong series.
Redefining Hong Kong 2023 will focus on Hong Kong’s development roadmaps in key strategic areas after the reopening of our city in early 2023. Each programme will be developed to provide forward-looking insights from policymakers, business leaders and entrepreneurs in charting the future of Asia’s World City.
Redefining Hong Kong 2023 series - Family Office edition will build upon the success of the South China Morning Post's inaugural family office event in 2022. We're delighted to announce the renewal of this edition in a dynamic half-day event format. This event aims to provide valuable insights and foster engaging discussions on the ever-evolving landscape for family offices and family businesses in Hong Kong.
With a laser focus on topics critical to Hong Kong, including attracting single-family offices, striking a balance between legacy and innovation, and reevaluating real estate investments, this event serves as a pivotal platform for continued conversations in the wake of the Hong Kong government’s proactive efforts to position the city as a leading hub for family offices and philanthropies.
Bringing together family business owners, family office principals, subject matter experts, and seasoned practitioners, the event seeks to delve deep into the key challenges and opportunities faced by the family business community. By providing a space for robust dialogue and knowledge sharing, this gathering will empower attendees to navigate the intricacies of the ever-changing business landscape. Join us to forge valuable connections with like-minded community members and shape the future trajectory of family offices and family businesses in Hong Kong.
This event is by invitation only, ensuring a highly curated and distinguished audience.
WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND
LEARN FROM PEERS
RHK Family Office acts as a platform for sharing experiences, challenges, and solutions with other family offices. This can help you to learn from the experiences of your peers and gain new perspectives on how to manage your wealth more effectively.
RHK Family Office will feature keynote speakers, panel discussions, and workshops that provide insights into the latest trends, best practices, and emerging opportunities in the industry. Attending these sessions can help you to stay up to date with the latest developments in wealth management.
RHK Family Office provides an excellent opportunity to network with other family offices, service providers, and industry experts. This can help you to build relationships, learn about new opportunities, and expand your business network.
The South China Morning Post is a leading news media company that has reported on China and Asia for more than a century with global impact. Founded in 1903, SCMP is headquartered in Hong Kong, where it is the city’s newspaper of record. Our teams span across Asia and the United States, working together to connect with news consumers around the world. We are committed to informing and inspiring through journalism of the highest standards. Our vision is to “Elevate Thought”, and our mission is to “Lead the global conversation about China”.
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