Hong Kong's Monetary Arrangements Through 1997 - Speech at the Bank of Japan Seminar

February 1997

The Hong Kong Monetary Authority organised three roadshows in New York, Tokyo and Frankfurt in February and March 1997. With the assistance of the hosts, as well as the joint participation of the People's Bank of China and the three note-issuing banks, the overseas financial communities were fully briefed on the monetary and financial arrangements for Hong Kong after the transition. This publication contained the speeches in the roadshow in Tokyo.



Table of contents

  • Monetary Relations Between China and Hong Kong
    Chen Yuan, Deputy Governor, People's Bank of China
  • Hong Kong's Monetary Affairs: Policy Issues
    Joseph Yam, Chief Executive, Hong Kong Monetary Authority
  • Hong Kong as an International Financial Centre after 1997
    David Eldon, Chief Executive Officer, The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited
  • Hong Kong's Future as China's Financial Window on the World
    Wang Xuebing, Chairman and President, Bank of China
  • Business Opportunities in 1997 and Beyond
    Patrick Gillam, Chairman, Standard Chartered Bank

Last revision date : 01 August 2011