Hong Kong’s financial institutions need skilled workers to improve risk management

While large financial institutions have made progress applying smart technologies like cloud, biometrics, and big data analytics to their risk management functions, 66 per cent of executives say skills deficiencies are impeding the effectiveness of the …
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