HSBC, the city’s biggest currency-issuing bank, plans to reopen its offices to all employees in Hong Kong beginning on Monday as the fourth wave of Covid-19 infections subsides and a push to return to the office gathers steam globally.

Staff will be able to return to their desks subject to seating capacity plans in individual departments, the bank said in an internal memorandum seen by the South China Morning Post.

Like many of its rivals, the London-based lender has only allowed 50 per cent…


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