Hong Kong’s recent international financial regulatory conference was organized by the HKMA and the BIS and brought together over 100 senior officials from more than 25 economies. The discussions centered around the latest banking regulatory and supervisory policies aimed at maintaining global financial stability. The conference marked Hong Kong’s return to the international stage after lifting its social distancing measures and re-opening its border with mainland China. The conference focused on the theme of “Future-proof Supervision for an Innovative Banking World” and included discussions on crypto assets and strengthening the banking system’s resilience. The HKMA plans to host more international financial meetings this year to demonstrate Hong Kong’s return to the global arena.