Companies that dominate Hong Kong’s skyline fall in line behind Beijing’s proposed national security law. Photo: BloombergCompanies that dominate Hong Kong’s skyline fall in line behind Beijing’s proposed national security law. Photo: Bloomberg
Companies that dominate Hong Kong’s skyline fall in line behind Beijing’s proposed national security law. Photo: Bloomberg

What HSBC and Cathay Pacific’s bow to Beijing on Hong Kong national security law tells investors about management in political crises

  • Businesses from HSBC to Swire join tycoons in pledging support for Beijing’s tailor-made security law for Hong Kong
  • Investors, analysts look to security law’s implementation and potential ESG pitfalls
Topic |   Hong Kong politics
Companies that dominate Hong Kong’s skyline fall in line behind Beijing’s proposed national security law. Photo: BloombergCompanies that dominate Hong Kong’s skyline fall in line behind Beijing’s proposed national security law. Photo: Bloomberg
Companies that dominate Hong Kong’s skyline fall in line behind Beijing’s proposed national security law. Photo: Bloomberg

Corrected [12:47pm, 9 Jun, 2020]

  • [12:47pm, 9 Jun, 2020]

    This story has been corrected to state Leung Chun-ying is a former chief executive of Hong Kong. An earlier version incorrectly stated he was the city's first chief executive.

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