Desk shields set up at a counter at Citibank to prevent the spread of coronavirus, at Citi Tower, Kwun Tong. Banks across Hong Kong are adopting different strategies to prevent the spread of the virus. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Desk shields set up at a counter at Citibank to prevent the spread of coronavirus, at Citi Tower, Kwun Tong. Banks across Hong Kong are adopting different strategies to prevent the spread of the virus. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Desk shields set up at a counter at Citibank to prevent the spread of coronavirus, at Citi Tower, Kwun Tong. Banks across Hong Kong are adopting different strategies to prevent the spread of the virus. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

From Goldman’s ‘Team Blue’ to less crowded lifts, banks in Hong Kong are paving the way for a global return to work

  • The return to work in Hong Kong could be a template for how banks bring back staff in other financial centres
  • Goldman rotates teams between home and office; ICC tower, home to Credit Suisse and Deutsche Bank, tweaks lift algorithms to limit passenger load

Topic |   Banking & Finance
Desk shields set up at a counter at Citibank to prevent the spread of coronavirus, at Citi Tower, Kwun Tong. Banks across Hong Kong are adopting different strategies to prevent the spread of the virus. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Desk shields set up at a counter at Citibank to prevent the spread of coronavirus, at Citi Tower, Kwun Tong. Banks across Hong Kong are adopting different strategies to prevent the spread of the virus. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Desk shields set up at a counter at Citibank to prevent the spread of coronavirus, at Citi Tower, Kwun Tong. Banks across Hong Kong are adopting different strategies to prevent the spread of the virus. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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