While financial institutions in Hong Kong – including private banks – need to have appropriate ‘bank culture’ frameworks in place within the next eight months, local players have been hesitant to lead their peers on this issue, says Veronique Marquis, partner at law firm Eversheds. Advertisement “Many international banks have been conducting culture reform programmes for a while. Local banks so…
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