CLEARLY content to be involved in trying to establish important financial relationships with China, a delegation from Gibraltar, led by the Minister for Financial Services and Gaming Albert Isola, spent a week in Shanghai and Nanjing.
He was able to give an address to the Willis Towers Watson senior executive team for all their China offices in Nanjing and a Gibraltar seminar was hosted at the British Consulate in Shanghai.
Minister Isola commented “I am pleased that we continue to make progress in developing relationships with large corporations and that the series of meetings and presentations in both
Shanghai and Nanjing were very well received. We have been asked and strongly encouraged to continue to develop closer relations with all the parties we met and work is on-going to achieve this.
“I am confident that Gibraltar can begin to develop into a hub for Chinese businesses with assets and operations outside of China. Our financial services sector offers opportunities for Chinese businesses in insurance, asset management and wealth management.“