When we look back upon 2020 in the years to come, two things will have defined this year:
The coronavirus pandemic and the introduction of China's digital currency.
With China's unstoppable economic growth and its reach in the global supply chain, the adoption of the RMB as the world's preferred currency of trade is a real possibility.
How will the introduction of China's digital RMB impact the status quo ?
Sign up for our webinar and see what the experts have to say!
The Singapore Chamber of Commerce (Hong Kong) and MAYCHAM Hong Kong & Macau are organising a webinar on Friday, 6 November 2020 from 3 - 4.30pm on DIGITAL RMB & Its Impact. (For members only)
We have invited some experts for the webinar:
· Mr. Tan Yong-Wah is the head of IT/Chief Information Officer (CIO) with the Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA), the de facto central bank of Hong Kong.
· Dr. Tan Kee Wee is an economist who is currently working on a project with the Singapore University of Social Sciences to deliver the world's first professional Fintech qualification programme.
· Mr. Patrick Wu is the head of Linear FX and Emerging Markets Trading Asia for Credit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank.
· The moderator, Mr Vic Tham, is the Global Chief Risk & Compliance Officer for Samtrade FX. He was formerly the l Chief Operating Officer, Asia for transaction banking, Bank of America Merrill Lynch (Hong Kong), and also the former Group Head of Risk/Chief Risk Officer for the Hong Exchange and Clearing (HKEX)