HSBC executives face off with Hong Kong shareholders in charm offensive to fend off calls to split city’s largest bank

High on shareholders’ minds is whether the London-based bank should continue to straddle the gulf between the East and the West, and how it can navigate the geopolitical minefield in deteriorating US-China relations.


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