Hang Seng Bank’s investment arm slapped with US$382,000 fine

Hong Kong top securities watchdog has slapped a hefty HK$3 million (US$382,200) fine on Hang Seng Bank’s investment arm for failing to meet regulatory requirements on the management of cash within its funds. It’s Hang Seng Investment Management’s …
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