HKMA eyes infrastructure investments in Belt and Road initiative

Hong Kong’s central bank plans to invest reserves to help meet Asia's $1.7 trillion annual infrastructure need

The HKMA plans to invest in Belt and Road infrastructure

The Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) launched an infrastructure financing facilitation office (IFFO) in July 2016 with the goal of promoting Hong Kong as an infrastructure financing hub for the infrastructure projects in countries along China’s Belt and Road imitative.

To date, the IFFO has built a network of more than 77 partners, including multilateral financial agencies and development banks, public and private sector investors, asset managers, banks, infrastructure project sponsors and

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