Private banks in Hong Kong should review their policies on politically exposed persons (PEPs) to get ahead of any possible legislation changes following the recent release of the Financial Action Task Force’s (FATF) mutual evaluation report on Hong Kong, according to a partner at law firm Mayer Brown. “Hong Kong can be justifiably happy with the evaluation. It is one…
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