The former deputy head of Hong Kong’s securities regulator will join ICI, in a move tipped to increase the investment industry trade group's influence in the region.
The securities regulator has appointed Julia Leung as head of intermediaries, only a year after she was named head of investment products, in a surprise move that raises several questions.
In this video clip, Alexa Lam, former deputy CEO of Hong Kong's Securities and Futures Commission, sees great prospects in her home city becoming the financial hub for the entire One Belt, One Road region.
In this video clip, Alexa Lam, former deputy CEO of Hong Kong's Securities and Futures Commission, says that Hong Kong needs to find a new purpose in the world as mainland China increasingly bypasses it.
In this clip, the former deputy CEO of Hong Kong's Securities and Futures Commission sets out her views on China's structural imbalances and discusses her life since her March exit.
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The former deputy CEO of the Securities and Futures Commission warns that China no longer needs Hong Kong as its superconnector, and suggests a new niche for the city.
She is widely praised for landmark cross-border initiatives and improving cooperation and transparency after exiting Hong Kong's securities regulator. But there was some criticism, too.
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Julia Leung, former under-secretary of financial services and the treasury, has been appointed executive director of investment products at the SFC. But Lam's deputy CEO role remains unfilled, at least for now.
The deputy CEO of Hong Kong’s securities regulator said asset managers in the city should make use of offshore quota, as the city awaits an increase in its RQFII limit.
With Alexa Lam expected to retire in March, Hong Kong’s securities regulator is mulling how to replace her, sources say. Some predict the mutual recognition scheme will go live before then.