Hong Kong, Singapore in talks to grab bigger share of derivatives business

HONG KONG (Reuters) – Hong Kong and Singapore are seeking to snare a bigger share of the $540 trillion global derivatives business, taking advantage of tough new UK and European banking rules and uncertainty created by Britain’s plans to leave the …
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