London must take a leaf from Hong Kong’s book to thrive amid Brexit uncertainty
With the Article 50 signed, sealed and delivered, we are heading into a new chapter of
uncertainty. And this is the reason why, after 20 years building my career as an entrepreneur and investor in Hong Kong and Asia, I am uprooting and returning to London.
I have seen first-hand how Hong Kong has evolved since sovereignty was handed back to China from the UK in 1997. The UK is on a similar path today.
London and Hong Kong are comparable in many ways, not least because both are international financial services hubs, attractive markets for entrepreneurs and big brands, and desirable places for great talent to live.