What does 2024 have in store for the banking sector in Hong Kong? While in 2023 the city enjoyed the benefits of reopening after the pandemic, it also faced a challenging global economic landscape and geopolitical tensions. Looking ahead, the uncertainty may continue, but there are also growth opportunities for banks in Hong Kong.

In the videos below, KPMG experts share their insights and predictions for the year ahead across a variety of topics including credit risk trends, cross-border data exchange, regulatory reporting and virtual assets. We also look at the recent performance of banks in the city, and Hong Kong’s evolving role as a regional and global IFC. 

As well as the short videos, you can also download a pdf summary of the key points and insights contained in this year’s report.

Banks' Financial Performance


Hong Kong as an IFC


Credit Risk Trends


Consumer Fraud


Wealth Management
Connect 2.0


Tax Trends


Climate Risk


Deals Environment


Virtual Assets


Data Interchange


Regulatory Reporting


Corporate Credit

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Hong Kong Banking Outlook 2024

Key trends and predictions for the banking sector in the year ahead

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