View of the Bank of China Tower skyscraper from the Central and Western District Promenade in Hong Kong on September 9, 2020. Photo: Dickson Lee View of the Bank of China Tower skyscraper from the Central and Western District Promenade in Hong Kong on September 9, 2020. Photo: Dickson Lee
View of the Bank of China Tower skyscraper from the Central and Western District Promenade in Hong Kong on September 9, 2020. Photo: Dickson Lee

Senior global bankers face easier travel to and from Hong Kong as Asia’s financial hub offers a sliver of chance to resume travelling

  • Executives of SFC-licensed firms may apply for four trips per month: two for visitors and two for returning executives
  • The exemption, effective immediately, is subject to full and timely disclosure of the travellers’ itineraries and strict adherence to movement and accommodation restrictions, the SFC said

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
View of the Bank of China Tower skyscraper from the Central and Western District Promenade in Hong Kong on September 9, 2020. Photo: Dickson Lee View of the Bank of China Tower skyscraper from the Central and Western District Promenade in Hong Kong on September 9, 2020. Photo: Dickson Lee
View of the Bank of China Tower skyscraper from the Central and Western District Promenade in Hong Kong on September 9, 2020. Photo: Dickson Lee
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