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Understand Cross-boundary Wealth Management Connect in 3 Minutes
Why does Cross-boundary Wealth Management Connect matter to you?
The Cross-boundary Wealth Management Connect in Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (GBA) can facilitate eligible GBA residents to conduct cross-boundary investment and create a quality living environment for residents within the GBA.
It was difficult to invest between 9 Mainland GBA cities and Hong Kong & Macau.
Bridging the gap and helping customers meet their wealth management needs in Greater Bay Area.
What is Cross-boundary Wealth Management Connect?
Cross-boundary Wealth Management Connect in the GBA enables individual residents in the GBA to carry out cross-boundary investment in wealth management products distributed by banks in the GBA.
The People’s Bank of China, the Hong Kong Monetary Authority and the Monetary Authority of Macao jointly announced the framework for the Pilot Scheme. Cross-boundary Wealth Management Connect comprises Southbound and Northbound schemes for mainland GBA residents and Hong Kong and Macau residents, respectively. Eligible customers need to open remittance and investment bank accounts within the GBA.
How do the individual and market quotas work?
Investors can fund in to the maximum of their individual quotas. At the same time, other investors will be funding in at different amounts up to the aggregate market quota.
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The contents under Cross-boundary Wealth Management Connect are based on “Implementation Arrangements for the Cross-boundary Wealth Management Connect Pilot Scheme in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area” released by The People's Bank of China Guangzhou Branch and Hong Kong Monetary Authority on 10 Sep 2021. They are not descriptions of our current services. Please note that the content may be subject to changes in the relevant regulations and laws.