A general view taken from Victoria Peak shows residential and commercial buildings in Hong Kong on September 27, 2018. – Two of Hong Kong's biggest banks raised their lending rates on September 27 for the first time in 12 years, ending an age of cheap cash that could hit the city's famously red-hot property market. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP)

Hong Kong’s banks back on the hiring spree after a decade of lay-offs as they prepare for virtual banking, Greater Bay expansion

  • All four new virtual bank licence holders say they are looking to hire bankers as soon as possible as they prepare to launch their services
  • Large banks like Standard Chartered are raising their headcount as they ready themselves to expand their services in the Greater Bay Area
Topic |   Banking & Finance

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A general view taken from Victoria Peak shows residential and commercial buildings in Hong Kong on September 27, 2018. – Two of Hong Kong's biggest banks raised their lending rates on September 27 for the first time in 12 years, ending an age of cheap cash that could hit the city's famously red-hot property market. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP)
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