While Hong Kong may have secured these sculptures in its Central district against Typhoon Mangkhut, which hit the city last month, the former British colony needs to do more to effectively combat financial crime. Photo: Reuters

Standardised privacy laws, improved data sharing protection needed to combat financial crime more effectively

Financial crime costs global economy US$2.4 trillion annually, but banks and financial institutions are hesitant to share data with regulators, says Refinitiv CEO

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While Hong Kong may have secured these sculptures in its Central district against Typhoon Mangkhut, which hit the city last month, the former British colony needs to do more to effectively combat financial crime. Photo: Reuters
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