One of the most dynamic economies in the world, Hong Kong is a significant gateway for international capital and has a long-standing giving culture. Local mega grant-makers are leading the movement towards long-term strategic philanthropy.

Landscape Report

Social Investment Landscape in Hong Kong

Hong Kong has a vibrant social economy with strong government backing, long history of philanthropy and the presence of multiple international and local impact funds. Corporate sustainability and ESG investment have also taken root with 1,852 companies reporting their ESG practices. Download the report to access Hong Kong's social investment landscape.

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  • Ivan Tse

    Ivan Tse

    Chair and PresidentTSE Foundation

  • Liza Green

    Liza Green

    Head, Corporate Citizenship and Executive Director, Credit Suisse APAC FoundationCredit Suisse

  • Tony Yeung

    Tony Yeung

    CEOPeterson Holdings Company Limited

  • Jessica Cheng

    Jessica Cheng

    Assistant General ManagerLUI Che Woo Prize

  • Bonnie Chiu

    Bonnie Chiu

    Managing DirectorThe Social Investment Consultancy

  • Justin Chang

    Justin Chang

    Program Director - Social Finance, AsiaUBS Optimus Foundation

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Kai Ming Lai By Kai Ming Lai

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With the rise of impact investing in recent years, many high net worth individuals are increasingly aware of the pressing demand for impact investing capital to alleviate social issues.This has led to the surge in family offices and angel investing to cater to the demand. However, family offices and angel investors often face teething issues when starting out. 

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Amy Lim By Amy Lim

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COVID-19 started its spread in Asia and has since become a global pandemic. It is clear that we are facing unprecedented challenges through the widespread disruption to healthcare, financial markets, economy, livelihoods, travel and supply chains. 

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February 20, 2019

AVPN and Prudence Foundation Launch Competition to Foster Greater Disaster Awareness and Preparedness

Organisations working on technology to protect and save lives from natural disasters stand a chance to win grants from a pool of US$150,000 to scale up their innovative solutions.

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