A China Construction Bank branch vandalised by protesters following a rally in defiance of the anti-mask law issued by the government on October 5, 2019. Photo: Felix Wong

From email alerts to working from home, financial companies are implementing contingency plans as protests rage in Hong Kong

  • Banks say they’re focused on safety of their employees, still being able to provide services to customers as Hong Kong protests continue
  • Employees are working remotely, getting email alerts on potential conflict points
Topic |   Banking & Finance

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A China Construction Bank branch vandalised by protesters following a rally in defiance of the anti-mask law issued by the government on October 5, 2019. Photo: Felix Wong
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