For A Competitive Advantage, Firms Require Integrated Compliance And Surveillance Systems

In the wake of a long series of high-profile international failings in market conduct and outright fraud, the Hong Kong capital markets are today under increased scrutiny to ensure trading in the region remains fair, transparent and orderly. The key overarching objective in Hong Kong – and around the world – is to ensure investor trust remains high.

A few incidents that have touched the region recently are high-profile anti-money laundering failings at international levels, suspected

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