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Goldman, Morgan Stanley CEOs Commit to Hong Kong Banking Summit

The summit will mark a step toward showing Hong Kong’s financial hub is open for business.

The summit will mark a step toward showing Hong Kong’s financial hub is open for business.

Photographer: Bertha Wang/Bloomberg

Chief executives from more than 30 global firms will attend a Hong Kong summit in November, a sign the city is recovering from its stringent Covid policies that undermined the financial center. 

Goldman Sachs Group Inc. Chairman David Solomon and Blackstone Inc. President Jonathan Gray will speak during the public forum on Nov. 2, according to a program for the event from the Hong Kong Monetary Authority. The Global Financial Leaders’ Investment Summit will see some 200 participants attend, the de facto central bank said.