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SFST to attend Lujiazui Forum in Shanghai
     The Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury, Mr Christopher Hui, will depart for Shanghai tomorrow (June 8) to attend the 14th Lujiazui Forum.
     Themed "Global Financial Opening-up and Cooperation: New Drivers of Economic Recovery", this year's forum will be held on June 8 and 9. Mr Hui will speak at the Plenary Session IV: "Global Monetary Policy Adjustment and Financial Risk Mitigation" on June 9 to elaborate on the ways to address the current instability of the global financial system and the volatility of financial markets.
     Co-organised by the Shanghai Municipal People's Government, the People's Bank of China, the National Administration of Financial Regulation and the China Securities Regulatory Commission, the 14th Lujiazui Forum is a reputable financial forum in the country, which also serves as an influential platform for high-level international financial dialogue. Senior leaders from governments and financial regulators worldwide, top echelon of premier financial institutions as well as renowned experts and scholars are invited to participate in the forum to exchange views on the prevailing major financial issues. 
     During his stay in Shanghai, Mr Hui will meet with senior officials of the Shanghai Municipal People's Government and regulators, and will call on key financial institutions in the city.
     Mr Hui will return to Hong Kong on the evening of June 9. During Mr Hui's absence, the Under Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury, Mr Joseph Chan, will act as the Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury.
Ends/Wednesday, June 7, 2023
Issued at HKT 16:15
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