HSBC and its Hong Kong rival Standard Chartered could resume paying dividends next year after their United Kingdom regulator gave the OK for British-based banks to resume payouts. Photo: Sam Tsang
HSBC and its Hong Kong rival Standard Chartered could resume paying dividends next year after their United Kingdom regulator gave the OK for British-based banks to resume payouts. Photo: Sam Tsang

HSBC, Standard Chartered likely to resume dividends next year after UK regulator gives OK

  • Prudential Regulation Authority asked HSBC, Standard Chartered to suspend dividends, buyouts earlier this year
  • Dividend suspension sparked a rebellion among shareholders; stock prices have recovered recently

Topic |   Banking & finance
HSBC and its Hong Kong rival Standard Chartered could resume paying dividends next year after their United Kingdom regulator gave the OK for British-based banks to resume payouts. Photo: Sam Tsang
HSBC and its Hong Kong rival Standard Chartered could resume paying dividends next year after their United Kingdom regulator gave the OK for British-based banks to resume payouts. Photo: Sam Tsang
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