Hong Kong’s status as a global financial centre can withstand city’s quarantine rules, SFC chief says

The head of Hong Kong’s securities watchdog categorically defended the government’s restrictive quarantine policy, saying that it will not affect the city’s status as a global finance hub.“There will be no long-term impact on Hong Kong as an international financial centre,” said Ashley Alder, chief executive of Securities and Futures Commission.Alder, who is currently undergoing a 21-day quarantine after returning from the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow, answered media queries from his hotel…


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