Wolters Kluwer: The Risk Worries That Keep Hong Kong’s Top Bankers and Regulators Up at Night

Cybercrime and hiring the wrong sort of people are two of the most worrying bogeys that make Hong Kong’s top bank executives lose sleep at night.

Meanwhile, on the regulators’ side of the fence, cybersecurity is also very much on the radar screen, along with money laundering and terrorist financing, credit and liquidity risk, and risks from changes to international financial standards.

Cybersecurity and Conduct Risk

When asked about their chief concerns at a panel discussion held during

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