Hong Kong insurance regulator set to name former industry commissioner Clement Cheung as CEO

When US insurer AIG fell into trouble at the peak of the financial crisis in 2008, Cheung took measures to limit any impact on Hong Kong’s almost 2 million policyholders, including banning the local unit, AIA, from shifting any money to the US parent …
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