The capital provided by Hong Kong’s markets will be crucial in financing China’s – and the wider region’s – path to a net-zero future. It will be to Hong Kong that businesses and entrepreneurs across Asia look to find the capital needed to build the green infrastructure and the transformative products of the future. As economies across the continent continue to develop, and become more economically sophisticated, it will be cash originating in Hong Kong that will wean them off coal and onto green energy.
In the run up to this year’s Sibos conference in London, DisruptionBanking spoke with Temenos’ Chief Marketing Officer Martin Häring. Temenos is to attend Sibos as a partner, and has been particularly busy at a number of other events lately – we caught up with them at Money 20/20 in Amsterdam – as they undergo what Martin called “an almost complete rebranding of the company.”
Any business or individual with an interest in disruptive trends will have to watch closely the development of the AI in the months and years ahead. If the Serbian government, and many other stakeholders around the world, is correct then this industry will revolutionise cross-sector practice and perhaps even be a major driver of global growth.

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