A computer user is silhouetted with a row of computer monitors at an Internet cafe in Shenyang, in northern China’s Liaoning province on January 28, 2008. Photo: AP A computer user is silhouetted with a row of computer monitors at an Internet cafe in Shenyang, in northern China’s Liaoning province on January 28, 2008. Photo: AP
A computer user is silhouetted with a row of computer monitors at an Internet cafe in Shenyang, in northern China’s Liaoning province on January 28, 2008. Photo: AP

Hong Kong to widen access to corporate executives’ data to professionals to enhance compliance work, deter money laundering

  • The government plans to allow more professionals to gain access to the full personal data of corporate directors
  • Practising accountants, lawyers and bankers will be added to a list of “specified persons” who can gain access

Topic |   Financial regulation
A computer user is silhouetted with a row of computer monitors at an Internet cafe in Shenyang, in northern China’s Liaoning province on January 28, 2008. Photo: AP A computer user is silhouetted with a row of computer monitors at an Internet cafe in Shenyang, in northern China’s Liaoning province on January 28, 2008. Photo: AP
A computer user is silhouetted with a row of computer monitors at an Internet cafe in Shenyang, in northern China’s Liaoning province on January 28, 2008. Photo: AP
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