Former HSBC chairman Lord Sandberg traversed crucial years of change in China and Hong Kong

Former HSBC chairman Michael Sandberg was in charge of the bank at a crucial time – when mainland China was opening up and as Sino-British talks on Hong Kong’s future were under way. Sandberg died in his London home on July 2 at the age of 90.
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