Culture & Conduct, Opinion

Foreign bankers in China face emerging ‘human capital risk’ 

By Shannon Brandao
Image: Getty Images

Gone are the days when international banking executives could feel insulated from China’s arbitrary enforcement of local laws and wrongful detentions. 

Foreign bankers in China must now accept that top management can fall into China’s ever-expanding security and corruption dragnets following the exit ban of two senior executives, ...

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