Nick Turner at Steptoe & Johnson discusses how sanctions could be imposed against Hong Kong. While current signs point to a limited US response, it’s best to be prepared.
The PBOC and CBIRC have offered assurances that Hong Kong's status as an international financial centre will not be jeopardised under the new national security law.
The introduction of the first gold futures leveraged product provides investors the ability to express a short-term market view on gold prices, says HKEX's Brian Roberts.
The individuals are charged for money laundering, bribery offences, and for using false documentation to defraud DBS into issuing letters of credit worth HK$75.3mn.
The HKMA will sponsor up to half of the salaries of the fresh graduates employed by firms that participate in the Banking Talent Programme.
The HKMA has published its observations of good practices used by authorised institutions to mitigate the potential risks of new technology adopted for remote onboarding.
Amid US-China posturing, Hong Kong is emerging as a safe port for China’s corporate refugees – but there are powerful reasons for at least some of these ADRs to stay where they are.
Nasdaq-listed Chinese companies Netease and JD.com are planning to launch secondary listings in Hong Kong, amid concerns that their US listings could be at risk.
HKEX is launching silver futures and four new rupee futures contract months, on top of new derivative products linked to MSCI indices and a new set of exchange-traded products.
Banks need to be more agile in incorporating in their ECL model all latest reasonable and supportable information, including that which is forward-looking, says Pierre Latrobe.