South China Sharks
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With a network that extends from Tokyo to Bali and covers cities from Shanghai and Hong Kong to Bangkok and Manila, AsiaXPAT is the preferred choice for affluent expatriates across Asia.
Canadian-headquartered Manulife has operated in Hong Kong for 119 years. It offers a diverse range of protection and wealth products and services to individual and corporate customers via Manulife (International) Limited, Manulife Asset Management (Hong Kong) Limited and Manulife Provident Funds Trust Company Limited, which are members of the Manulife group of companies. The company takes care of the financial and protection needs of 2 million customers in Hong Kong and Macau.
Hong Kong Tycoons
Hong Kong Broadband Network (HKBN) has a vision to make Hong Kong a better place to live. The company launched in 1999 with the noble mission to democratise the internet by making fast broadband affordable for all.
“In our view, Hongkongers would be paying far higher prices for legacy services, if there was no HKBN disrupting the status quo,” says NiQ Lai, Co-Owner and CEO of HKBN. HKBN now serves about 37 per cent of the Hong Kong market with around 900,000 subscribers.
HKBN also owns one of the fastest growing Mobile brands in Hong Kong. After the service’s launch in 2016, HKBN mobile now boasts over 300,000 subscribers.