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Hong Kong Edge - Issue 14

Hong Kong Edge - Issue 14

This magazine for the Hong Kong market features an interview with Lee’s Pharm’s Dr Benjamin Li Xiaoyi, and news and insights from Hong Kong office.

A magazine for the Hong Kong market, featuring interviews, insights and updates

Issue 14

In this issue, we meet Dr Benjamin Li Xiaoyi, Chief Executive Officer and Founder of Lee’s Pharmaceutical Holdings Limited (Lee’s Pharm), who discusses the challenges and triumphs of running a business. He also looks at how the market has changed over the years and why he believes ongoing research and development (R&D) in the industry is so important.

Our KPMG China partners continue to share their insight, exploring the move towards establishing corporate treasury centres in Hong Kong, the importance of environmental and social due diligence audits, and listed companies’ shift towards transparent business reporting to build trust in their businesses.

This edition details KPMG China’s recent partnership with the Hong Kong Monetary Authority on a key ‘Belt and Road’ funding initiative. In addition, we feature two of our new flagship publications – Hong Kong Banking Survey 2016 and Now or Never: 2016 China CEO Outlook – and updates on recent KPMG and CSR events.

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