Hong Kong’s central banker adds fintech to priorities to burnish city’s role as financial hub

Hong Kong Monetary Authority Chief Executive Norman Chan Tak-lam, 62, is Hong Kong’s central banker. Paid HK$6.5 million per year (substantially less than his predecessor, Joseph Yam), Chan is still ranked as one of the highest paid central bankers in …
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