As Bank of East Asia turns 100, chairman David Li plots digital future, says he’ll stay on until March 2021

David Li Kwok-po, the third-generation scion of Hong Kong’s oldest home-grown bank, Bank of East Asia, said he will remain active in managing the bank’s 200 global outlets at least until 82 years old, …
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