THERE are not likely to be any major losses at the Hongkong Bank arising from the Bombay share scandal uncovered last year, the bank says. The bank was named in the Fifth Janakiraman report which looked at the part it played in the Indian securities market in the past two years. It said yesterday it was studying the document, but it was too early to draw any definite conclusions, given the complexity of the matters raised. After a conducting its own investigation of ''certain transactions'', the bank said it did not anticipate that it would incur any material losses as a result of those deals. On the stock market yesterday, HSBC shares fell $1 to $68 while subsidiary Hang Seng Bank dipped $1.50 to $55.50, on fears that the group's long-term plans for India might be affected.