Compiles topics discussed at the joint APSA and Hong Kong Institute of Bankers (HKIB) Forum Dialogue on the “Belt and Road Initiative: Infrastructure Financing” held on 15 October 2018 at the HK Convention and Exhibition Centre. Articles are authored by the keynote speakers at the Forum as well as other renowned professionals and academics. Analyses the relationship between Hong Kong finance and professional bodies with governmental organisations participating in the Belt and Road Initiative in China, highlighting: (i) Hong Kong’s part in contributing to the Initiative; (ii) national policies and objectives; (iii) structured and infrastructure financing; and (iv) securitisation. As an international finance centre, Hong Kong has a world-renowned legal system, accounting procedures, engineering and construction management, financing and investment schemes, as well as an advanced and well-developed infrastructure. A major offshore renminbi (RMB) centre with a unique advantage stemming from its “one country, two systems” designation, Hong Kong is in an excellent position to be a major participant in China’s Belt and Road Initiative. There is lack of synergies amongst Hong Kong''s local finance and professional bodies, as well as organisations and government entities who are participating in the Inititive. Moreover, there is limited understanding of how this new infrastructure financing system will operate in China. This text serves as a supplemental guide to the joint APSA and Hong Kong Institute of Bankers (HKIB) Forum Dialogue on the “Belt and Road Initiative: Infrastructure Financing” which brought together experts from China and Hong Kong as well as senior executives from finance institutions. This documentation of discussions at the forum will hopefully increase the understanding of Hong Kong’s role in the Belt and Road Initiative, and enhance collaboration between all participants and stakeholders.