Andrew Sheng, former chairman of the Securities and Futures Commission of Hong Kong, says despite short-term uncertainty from the national security law, the city will retain its status as a financial hub. Photo: SCMP

Hong Kong will remain ‘extremely important’ financial centre despite short-term security law fallout: Andrew Sheng

  • Hong Kong’s proximity to China means global financial managers will continue to flock there to access the mainland, says ex-Hong Kong official Andrew Sheng
  • But the city is caught in the middle of ongoing China-US disputes and will suffer in the short-term from the new National Security Law
Topic |   China economy
Andrew Sheng, former chairman of the Securities and Futures Commission of Hong Kong, says despite short-term uncertainty from the national security law, the city will retain its status as a financial hub. Photo: SCMP
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