As a fintech company or fintech-oriented fund/VC, have you ever considered assessing your chances to expand successfully in Asia, in the largest economical zone, RCEP?
The competition is thought, the digital payment systems highly advanced, and the fintech services at the top. The market is booming. Hong Kong, as a traditional financial center, tries now a pilot the first cross-currency test of the digital currency, the e-Yuen.
‼️ Consider joining this seminar.
‼️ With a view to attracting more venture capital (VC) funds to co-invest in local innovation and technology (I&T) startups and creating a more vibrant start-up ecosystem in Hong Kong, the Government has set up HK$2 billion Innovation and Technology Venture Fund (ITVF) in 2017.
‼️The ITVF will co-invest with selected VC funds (= Co-investment Partners (CPs)) into eligible local I&T startups. The CPs are responsible for recommending suitable investment targets to the Government for co-investments.
‼️As of the end of December 2021, the ITVF’s investment in financial technology (fintech) companies has amounted to over HK$36 million, attracting around HK$352 million of private investment.
▶️ The host King Leung, Head of Fintech, InvestHK, and speakers from the CPs, that have key investment sectors covering fintech, to share their valuable insights and views on what they would like interested fintech companies to know.
▶️ Tina Huang, Executive Director, Greater Bay Area Homeland Development Fund
▶️ David Zhang, Managing Director, Isola Private Equity Venture Capital Fund
▶️ Shu Ming, Partner, Lingfeng Capital Partners Fund
▶️ Jeffrey Wu, Director, MindWorks Ventures Fund
▶️ Yolanda Yang, Investment Director, Radiant Tech Ventures Fund
▶️ Why join?
To understand better understand how the ITVF is a channel worth considering how fintech companies in Hong Kong can scale and succeed.
We will join the InvestKH on 16 March 2022 (11:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon)
‼️How the Innovation and Technology Venture Fund (ITVF) supports Fintech Companies in Hong Kong